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One God, One Plan, One Life by Max Lucado, PLUS a free printable prayer Journal for teens! @ #moms #tommynelson

UPDATE: The winner is Susan M. Congratulations! Email me your address so we can get your book in the mail. Thanks!

Life comes with a lot of questions… but just one answer.

That’s the first thing you read when you look at the back cover of Max Lucado’s new devotional book for teens titled: One God, One Plan, One Life.

It isn’t easy being a teen – especially these days. And as a mother of three teen girls, I know how frightening it can be trying to raise pure teens in an adulterated world. There are so many distractions that can pull your teen away from what really matters – their walk with Christ.

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One God, One Plan, One Life by Max Lucado, PLUS a free printable prayer Journal for teens! @ #moms #tommynelson

One God, One Plan, One Life by Max Lucado

About the Book

Life is hard, and today’s teens could use daily guidance and reassurance that God is with them, through it all and despite it all. In One God, One Plan, One Lifebestselling author Max Lucado offers teens an accessible way to connect with their Lord. Daily devotions address such topics as faith and obedience but also offer wisdom on topics that teens battle, such as purity, bullying, alcohol and drug use, and self-image. Each day includes a short devotion and accompanying scripture as well as a take-away application that will inspire and challenge teens to trust in God and His plans for them.

One God, One Plan, One Life helps teens to cut through life’s distractions and rely on the one thing that is truly important—a relationship with God.

Features & Benefits:

– Max’s first 365 devotional for teens and tweens

– 365 scriptures, devotional thoughts, and life-shaping applications

– Encourages daily quiet time and developing a personal relationship with God

4 Ways to Encourage your Teen

To encourage your teen to walk faithfully each day, first of all you need to be setting the example!

  • Let your teen see you reading the Bible.
  • Make it a point to pray with your teen and not AT your teen.
  • Learn to say your sorry when you make a mistake or say something you shouldn’t have said to your teen.
  • Be the mom first, but also, be a friend. Let your teen know your there – no matter what.

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My God is Faithful Journal Page for Teens

I have a really fun free printable today – just for your teen! This is My God is Faithful Prayer Journal. It even comes with a second optional page if you have a child who is wordy and like to write a lot, but the first page will work just fine on it’s own for teens who keep it short and sweet.

And, if you missed it, a couple of days ago I offered a free printable “My Blessings and Prayer Journal” for Kids.

"My God is Faithful" Free printable prayer Journal for teens! @ #moms #tommynelson

How to Download

  1. Follow me on Twitter and/or Instagram if you can. Or Pinterest. Thanks!
  2. Download the .pdf file for “My God is Faithful” Journal page for teens here.

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Now, about the giveaway. You can win your own copy of One God, One Plan, One Life by Max Lucado. Here’s how to enter:

How to Win Your Own Copy

Enter to win your very own copy of One God, One Plan, One Life! Giveaway ends February 10 at 8pm.

There are 5 ways to enter:

{PLEASE NOTE: leave a separate comment for each entry – i.e. go follow and come back to comment.}

  1. Follow me on Facebook
  2. Follow me on Instagram
  3. Follow me on Twitter
  4. Follow Tommy Nelson on Facebook
  5. Answer the question below.

You can purchase One God, One Plan, One Life by Max Lucado on

How do you encourage your teen to live one day at a time?


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  1. I try and encourage my son to live one day at a time by leading him to pray about problems that arise, and also pointing out how God has led him in the past. Often times we do not see how things will work out for our son, but we all see past leadings, and draw confidence in that.
  2. We try to encourage our two teens by letting them see us on our knees and spending time together as a family in prayer. We constantly tell them that true success is found in finding God's will for their lives and doing it!
  3. I follow you and Tommy Nelson books on fb. Would love this book for guidance with my boys. They are a blessing though sometimes I wonder if what I am doing is right!
  4. I personally dont have any kids so therefore dont have a teen. I did however sort of adopt my teen niece. She is 16 years old and I try to be the example for her since she doesnt have one in her life. I try to encourage her to be calm in this life and to trust God in all things. I always have my phone and heart open to her whenever she needs me.

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