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When teens pray
Fuller, Cheri.
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Sisters, Or. : Multnomah, [2002]

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157 pages ; 21 cm
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BV4531.3 .F85 2002 Adult Non-Fiction Non-Fiction Area

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When Teens Pray richly demonstrates how God has intervened as teenagers have sought Him. Each chapter features true-life stories of the power of teens' prayers as they intercede for their high schools, families, and friends; as they pray on the mission field; and as they deal with the struggles of adolescence. "God links" -- dynamic prayer strategies supplied throughout the book -- help the reader connect with God. These amazing stories demonstrate that teenagers don't have to finish college or go to seminary for God to use them; they can impact their world and see their own lives changed as they pray -- wherever they are!

Author Notes

Cheri Fuller

Cheri Fuller is an inspirational speaker and the award-winning author of twenty-eight books. She is also a contributing editor for Today's Christian Woman and founder of Families Pray USA. Her Web sites, syndicated Internet columns, magazine articles, and books provide encouragement and hope to women and families worldwide. Parents of three children, Cheri and her husband, Holmes, live in Oklahoma City.

Ron Luce

Ron Luce is president and founder of Teen Mania Ministries, the author of ten books, consulting editor for The Promise Bible for Students, and worship leader for five Teen Mania worship albums. In addition, he hosts a weekly television program for teenagers, Acquire The Fire. Luce and his wife, Katie, live in Garden Valley, Texas, with their three children.

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Booklist Review

Gr. 9^-12. These engrossing stories about the effect of prayer on young people's lives will find a ready audience. The stories, told mainly by teens themselves, are chock-full of examples that demonstrate prayer's power. In one, two girls who wanted to stop the violence in their school began kneeling in front of their lockers each morning to pray silently. Despite stares and snickers, and the outrage of some students who claimed that their actions violated the Constitution, the students persisted. Gradually other students began to join in, and for the first time in years, fighting in the school stopped, and students became interested in learning. At another school, Meet-You-at-the-Pole prayer sessions were initiated, during which students gathered at the flagpole to pray each morning before classes. It's a helpful, apply-the-faith-to-your-life book that shows committed kids spreading the message that prayer works. --Shelley Townsend-Hudson