Bible Bites 4 Teens

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Merry Christmas

May your Christmas be blessed in every way. Last year I wrote a series of posts about the first Christmas on my blog, Bible Bites 4 Teens. Perhaps these short readings will help you to focus on the true meaning of Christmas today. You may click on the links below to read these posts. Messiah… anticipating Advent Gabriel visits Zachariah Gabriel visits Mary Mary visits Elizabeth Mary returns to NazarethJoseph’s dream Mary & Joseph travel

Blogging for Christian Teens

I recently started a new blog called Bible Bites 4 Teens. My heart has been burdened for the teens in my small town for some time. Our churches are small and their teen youth programs, with only a couple of great exceptions, are generally small and limited to non-existent. I would love to start up a multi-denominational youth group to benefit all of the churches, but the odds seem against me considering my age. I’m still praying about that. But

Whatever – devotions for tweens by Allia Zobel Nolan

Whatever (a faiThGirLz book) Author: Allia Zobel Nolan Paperback: 294 pages Publisher: Zondervan (2012) Language: English ISBN: 978-0-310-72534-3 Price: $9.99 Ages: “Tweens” Reviewed By: Janice D. Green Rating:      Who hasn’t seen a Jr. high girl roll her eyes and say “Whatever?” Yet this “whatever” theme takes on new meaning in Allia Zobel Nolan’s 90-day devotional for tweens. The book is organized around one of my favorite verses, “…whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable – if anything is excellent

A light for my path

While getting your gear together for a camping trip, you check off your packing list… You have your clothes, food, water, tent, sleeping bag… What else will you need? Did you remember a flashlight so you can see to walk around at night? Does your flashlight have fresh batteries? There were no flashlights in Bible times. Instead they used oil lamps to see at night.  says, “Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light for my path.” (NIV) What does this

David and the Big Bully

There was once a giant soldier who was over nine feet tall. He towered over the other Philistines in his army. This giant stood alone in the valley between two armies and shouted at the army of his enemies, the Israelites. Every day he shouted to the Israelites to send him one soldier who would fight him, but none of the Israelites were brave enough to take his challenge. The Israelites worshiped God. They knew about the many miracles that