Step by Step: Learning to Trust God
For teens, about teens, this anthology of 45 true stories and supportive, thought-provoking articles provides a wealth of proof that God's love is a present, practical help in facing daily issues in a teen's life. Some are firsthand accounts written by teens, others are pearls of wisdom and advice from caring adults. Read about dealing with friends and family, thinking through romance, progressing in school, finding safety in dangerous situations, being healed of an eating disorder, sports injuries and other challenges, and more.
Collected from The Christian Science Journal and the Christian Science Sentinel, this book proves Mary Baker Eddy's statement that "Step by step will those who trust Him, find that 'God is a very present help in trouble'" (Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p. 444). Step by Step is a wonderful support for navigating the complications, joys and questions of life as a teenager.
This teen anthology includes ideas and answers about a wide range of issues:
- The Big Picture
- Who You Are
- Relating to Others
- Tough Choices
- Studying and Performing
- Praying about Sports
- Keeping Safe
- Staying on Track
All of the articles in Step by Step were originally published in either the Christian Science Sentinel or The Christian Science Journal.
Crisp, clean design for thoughtful reading
Spiral Bound - 132 pages
Width: 22.5 cm (8.8")
Height: 28 cm (11")
Weight: 0.361 kg