The Way I'm Wired Devotional: Discovering who GOD made ME to be

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Katie Brazelton

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Your teenagers are not an accident, and the life journey they're traveling isn't random. God has a unique, intricate design for each of them, which includes the hopes, dreams, and deepest longings assigned to them before they were even born. This biblical resource will help them realize that God's plan is intended to be a miraculous adventure toward purpose.

Drawing on her experience as a seminary professor, life coach, and former minister at Saddleback Church, Dr. Katie Brazelton has written The Way I'm Wired to teach students that God wants to reveal their very own Lifetime Dream to them, one which was crafted specifically for them with a Creator's love.

This devotional can be used in a variety of settings including:
  • quiet times
  • small groups
  • Sunday schools
  • retreats and camps
  • homeschooling
  • personal coaching/ mentoring sessions.

This book is packed with 200 Scripture verses that will fuel your teenagers' hunger for pursuing God's unique plan. They'll explore God's purpose for men and women in the Bible, discovering how God used them powerfully to impact families, communities, and entire nations. Each devotional also features Reflection Questions and Life Purpose Applications to help your students connect the biblical accounts and truths to their own lives in the 21st century.

This devotional works well on its own, but it's also a dynamic companion to our DVD-based The Way I'm Wired youth curriculum for small groups, Sunday schools, retreats, camps, homeschooling, and personal coaching/ mentoring sessions.

Stand amazed as your teenagers pursue God's unique path for them that leads to a life of significance. Join them on this journey of faith toward purpose, by reading this devotional along with them and encouraging their parents to do so, too.


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