Teen Devotionals

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The following reviews are based solely on my opinion from having read through the content and gathered feedback from other like-minded moms.  Some of the age ranges were taken from the author’s description, while others are my own opinions based on the vocabulary level, amount of words used in the text, and observations from having used them with children.  Be sure to check back for more great resources to come! 

Teen Books

By: Priscilla Shirer
B&H Kids

Best for Ages: 8-14

The Warrior Series is about a group of boys who enter a mysterious land where they are led by a guide who helps them travel through unfamiliar territories, save other warriors, and battle evil creatures. With each battle, the warriors learn how to better use their armor and trust their guide’s instructions from “The Book” to stand against their enemies. This book is a great allegory to help children and teens understand the spiritual battle around us and our need for God’s wisdom from His Word to stand firm against our enemy.

Light Bearers: The Awakening

By: Mindy Hite
Self Published through BookBaby

Best for ages: 14 +

The Light Bearers Series is about a teenage girl named Sarah who makes a startling discovery about her wealthy uncle and caretaker that plunges her into a darkness she never knew existed. The secret threatens to destroy her relationship with her sister forever and leave her unable to trust anyone.  But on an unexpected family vacation, Sarah meets a stranger who reveals a power within her she didn’t know she had, and one she’ll have to master to survive. This novel has many great allegorical themes that would be beneficial to discuss with your teen, such as their identify in Christ, relationship with Jesus, and battling spiritual warfare.  While this book is labeled mainstream fiction, the author is a Christian and has kept the book in line with Christian morals and standards.  I would recommend reading this book and deciding for yourself it is appropriate for younger teens, as assault is referred to, but not described, and there is a scene of torture as well. Having read the book myself, I believe this series will build an awareness of spiritual darkness and inspire teens to walk in the light of God’s truth.

The Christy Miller Collection, Vol. 1 (Summer Promise/A Whisper and a Wish/Yours Forever)
By: Robin Jones Gunn
Multnomah Publishers

Best for ages 13-17

This is a series about a girl who learns to trust God through her teen years with a friendship/love story plot throughout. The series begins when she is 15 and moves to a new high school and continues through her marriage to her God-fearing husband. Amazon reviewers do mention that she is a bit “boy crazy” and has worldly ways before becoming a Christian, but the emphasis is on how she changes once she becomes a follower of Jesus. I would encourage you to read through the book and determine if it would be good fit for your teen daughter. I have heard from a strong believing teenager that this book encouraged her to stay strong in her faith and trust in God through her trials in life.