Guys and Girls
Let Me Be A Woman by Elisabeth Elliot. Working from Scripture, well-known speaker and author Elisabeth Elliot shares her observations and experiences in a number of essays on what it means to be a Christian woman.
Graceful: Letting Go of Your Try-Hard Life by Emily Freeman. The seemingly happy girl who follows all the rules if often crushed by the weight of her responsibility to “never mess up.” Encouraging young women to stop trying so hard and start trusting Jesus, Freeman helps them discover what it means to be real- and encourages them to look at themselves and their faith with new eyes.
13 Ways to Ruin Your Life by Jarrod Jones. This is a great book on purity for teenage guys that walks readers through Proverbs 7. A good resource for discussions.
Face Time: Your Identity in a Selfie World by Kristen Hatton. In this easy-to-read guide, Kristen Hatton takes girls on a step-by-step, hope-filled journey toward understanding who they are, who loves them, and how to live out of that love every day.
Growing in Godliness by Lindsey Carlson. For girls. Of all the ways you’re learning and changing during the busy teenage years, your growth in Christ is the most important. God intends to use your teen years as a launching pad into a lifelong pursuit of looking more like Jesus.
Insecure by John Perritt. Insecurity is painful for many, but there is a greater fear to drown out this lesser one. Scripture tells us that the fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom. It is in this greater fear, that we learn how to grow, live, and, possibly defeat, our insecurity.