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The Power of a Praying Teen Paperback – 2005

4.8 out of 5 stars 105 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 208 pages
  • Publisher: Amazon; 38044th edition (2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0736901906
  • ISBN-13: 978-0736901901
  • Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 0.5 x 8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (105 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #205,577 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By Marilyn Duenas on September 10, 2005
Format: Paperback
So far, this is the most helpful book on prayer that I've read. There's many books on prayer that are very lengthly and have lots of theology. But this book is especially meant for teens about my age (13-19). I suggest this book to any Christian teen who wants to have a good prayer life and who really wants to have an intimate relationship with Jesus. The book covers pretty much everything you, as a teen, will need to pray about. For teens that just became a Christian, don't sweat it! This book is definitely for you, as well as for the teen that has been a Christian for a long time. It reviews all the types of things one should pray about to break the strongholds of the enemy so that God can work in your life and in your school and in your family too. I would suggest this book for the mature and for the immature. The strong and the weak. And for every teenage Christian that loves God. Here's a brief overview of the chapters since there isn't yet an excerpt for amazon.Read more ›
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I brought this book for my son during the middle of the year, like most teens he threw it aside, because readinging for school and his bible seem enough for him. Later on he picked it up and to my surprise began to read and share a lot of the contents of the book with his friends. He has been difficult since his dad left. This book deals with real life issues for him and appears easy enough for him to continue reading. He has not finished, but he pours over the pages with him bible next to him. I am in awe of the amount of time spent back and forth from the book to his bible. I think teens kids will get more they bargain for when they read this book.
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Prayer is something that really lacks in a teen's life from my experience. This book shows that it is a neccessity in life. It also shows that any problems with may deal with that God can be there to help you through it all. All you need is the connection with him through prayer. I recommend you buying this for your kid, or buying this for yourself.
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We purchased a few of these books after having bought one for our sons to read. Every time they read a chapter we asked them to share with us the parents what they had learnt from it. When they had finished reading the entire book we realised how much the book had changed our sons temperament. Therefore we decided to purchase a few more of the books to be used as study material for the youths in our church.
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I have read several of Stormie's books for women and adults, and knew that her selection for teens would be great to share with my mentees. I wasn't disappointed. This book is very appropriate for teens 13-17 and covers topics necessary for young believers. The book has much spiritual meat for teens; it doesn't just gloss over subjects but digs deep and confronts your current thinking while inspiring you to move closer to God by doing his Word and through prayer.

The chapters are just 5-7 pages, giving opportunities to practically apply the Word Stormie shares in increments. The topic mirror those in her other books on prayer, so I recognized the concepts immediately. I think this speaks volumes to the integrity of the topics covered--what is appropriate for adults and their walk with God is essential, practical, and do-able for teens.

Stormie's approach isn't cheesy or corny and is currently being well received by my mentees who are 16 from an urban area. I cannot recommend this highly enough for parents, older siblings, or mentors to pass along and read with their teens.
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My friend introduced me to Stormie Omartian with the book 'The Power of a Praying Woman'
I decided to give it a try; but since I was 17 or 18 at the time, it didn't really apply to me.
I looked on amazon and saw that Stormie had written a prayer book for teens- how cool is that?
This book covers 20 different topics that all pertain to what teens go through today.
We always hear so much negative stuff about teenagers, but teens have the potential to make a great difference in their lives and the lives around them. I really like the questions at the end of each chapter because it helps you to think through what you've just read and how you can apply it to your life.
Teens- you have such amazing God-given potential! Don't waste your life doing foolish things; do amazing things for God!!
This prayer book is a great resources for young teens, older teens, and even young people in their early 20s!
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