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Has Bibles for Teens had an influence in your life? We would love to hear your story! Please contact us and select Testimony from the Subject field.

Finding God is very helpful. I can connect with many of the questions asked in the beginning, as I've asked them myself. It's nice to see that these questions are so helpfully linked to Bible passages with the Lord's responses to them. This is an inspirational guide to truly finding God.

Miranda H. / High School Senior / St. Louis, MO

It's a wonderful feeling to know that I was blessed with teachers and business owners that genuinely care about us enough to give us such a useful gift on our graduation day. With the simple action they took to give us a devotional Bible, it made me realize how easy it is to share the Word of God to anyone.

Leslie H. / High School Senior / Double Springs, AL

I really like the True Encounters (in the Finding God book). They really helped me understand more about myself and my relationship with Christ.

Hannah W. / Winston County High School / Double Springs, AL

This verse really brought me down to earth:

'But my life is worth nothing to me unless I use it for finishing the work assigned me by the Lord Jesus—the work of telling others the Good News about the wonderful grace of God.' — Acts 20:24

I get so busy and sometimes think what I’m doing is so important… when in reality, unless I am doing it for the Lord, it’s not. I should have such a passion for serving Him that that’s my main goal and mindset every day.

Hannah N. / Winston County High School / Double Springs, AL

I have the bookmarker 'Be the ONE' in my windshield and everytime I go somewhere, a teenager that knows me asks why it is there and what it means. I think it makes a huge impact when teenagers are asking about my testimony, and it not only impacts them, but it shows me that I matter too. Every time I see the marker, it tells me, ‘Hey, you are good enough to make a difference,' and it pushes me to create something that I wouldn’t have done before seeing it.

Jordan S. / Winston County High School / Double Springs, AL