By Lars Rood
THEY’RE NO LONGER THE NEW KIDS ON CAMPUS.
But they also don't run the show.
Welcome to a teenager's sophomore year of high school.
Some teenagers view this as their year to waste, but it's really their chance to be different, to find ways to step into maturity, to look for opportunities to help others, and to prepare for their elevation into the upper classes next year.
Lars Rood, author of devotional books for teens, has written this youth ministry discipleship resource specifically for this sophomore stage in life. Since Lars is a pastor and a former teacher, he’s had plenty of opportunities to talk with lots of sophomores who've wrestled with this unique season: What role do your friends play in your life? How do you make decisions? Which people are in your crowd? Who are your role models? What life-shaping habits are you developing?
Each entry in this teenage devotional will help the teens in your ministry walk through an important moment, issue, challenge, or opportunity that defines their sophomore year. Lars also offers ideas and high school devotions for living out their beliefs. In other words, this isn't just a book to read—it's a student discipleship book that leads to action.