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From Blah to Awe: Shaking Up a Boring Faith

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Have you ever felt bored with God?

Everyone, especially teenagers, struggles with being bored with God from time to time. Sometimes church services and Bible reading don't seem that exciting, and it's easy to get busy and not make time to pray . . . but when this happens, we are missing out!

Jenna Lucado Bishop shares her testimony and others' stories to see what a radical,
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Paperback, 277 pages
Published February 7th 2012 by Thomas Nelson Publishers
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Ohsomanybooks
For anyone who didn't know, I'm a Christian trying to discover God amid the drama and hormones involved with teenage years. This book reaaallly allowed me to connect with my faith- and with God- in ways I hadn't before. From Blah to Awe made me excited to open my Bible and have a Bible Study every day :D Definitely recommended for any tween or teenager that wants a relationship with the Savior :)
Jennifer Wedemeyer
I was excited to review this book since it's targeted for tweens/teens. I was hoping Makenzie would like to read it but she wasn't interested at all. I'm saving for her in the future, I now know that some of the things discussed in this book are just too much for her sweet little mind to handle, I'm taking drugs, prostitution, etc. It's enough to make a sheltered home school girl blush.
This is a really good book. I was pretty sure it might be kind of boring being written by Max Lucado's daughte
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Curtis
If you are feeling bored in your faith - then this book is for you... IF you are also of the female gender. Bishop does a great job exploring why we sometimes find ourselves feeling bored in our faith and what we can do to fix our situation. Each chapter explores different issues that any Christian might face in their walk with God (not spending time in God's word, not having a deep understanding of the height from which we have fallen, or not viewing God as infinite). Bishop uses her own experi ...more
Kristina
In most circles the words, "I'm bored with God" would be met with indignation and probably judgement, but in discussing that very issue in her book From Blah to Awe: Shaking Up A Boring Faith, Jenna Lucado Bishop takes the stigma away from asking the hard and sometimes downright hard questions. Even though this book is aimed at teens it is written in a way that even a grown woman, like myself can benefit from reading it. Jenna utilizes easy to understand language and vivid true stories to drive ...more
Pathway Midland
If you are feeling bored in your faith - then this book is for you... IF you are also of the female gender. Bishop does a great job exploring why we sometimes find ourselves feeling bored in our faith and what we can do to fix our situation. Each chapter explores different issues that any Christian might face in their walk with God (not spending time in God's word, not having a deep understanding of the height from which we have fallen, or not viewing God as infinite). Bishop uses her own experi ...more
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Mar 27, 2012 Autum added it
From Blah to Awe by Jenna Lucado Bishop

I received From Blah to Awe by Jenna Lucado Bishop to review a couple of weeks ago. At first I thought it may not be for me. Although after I started reading I really enjoyed this book. Jenna offers insightful examples of how to get out of that boredom we sometimes get. At least I know it has happened with me and although . I thought it was more of a book for my teen daughter. I must say that this book got me thinking about new ways to connect with my lord.
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Linda Walters
I really liked the conversational style that the writer used. Though it is written for a
much younger reader; middle to high school to young woman; its a great refreshing read for those of us are older. I’m in my 60’s and wish it had been around when I was a pre-teen. I also like how easy it would be to give to a brand new believer because it is presented in such an easy way to relate to. A great book to give to any of my grand-daughters as they get a little older so that they can understand how
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Wendy Hines
A journal type of devotional book geared toward teenagers, From Blah to Awe is easy to read and will help bring more interest to young readers. Jenna doesn't come across as preachy, but on a level that teens can associate with. It's a very informative book that can be shared with friends, a youth group or to work on your own. It's hip and cool cover is very eye-catching but it's what that is inside that will help teens find their way.
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If Jenna Lucado Bishop is sure of anything, she is sure of this, “I have a deep calling on my life to give hope to teenage girls.” What started out as a heart to encourage teen girls has now blossomed into a ministry.

Daughter of best-selling Christian author Max Lucado, Jenna has realized that she has inherited a passion for writing and speaking just like her dad. She is currently a part of the R
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