I’ve been a fan of Tommy Newberry since I was first introduced to his book, The 4:8 Principle. The words in that book changed me. As a matter of fact, I’m in a point in my life where perhaps I should read it again.
When I heard the news he was writing another book based on this principle, for teenagers, I got excited. However, what’s even more exciting is that my friend Lyn Smith is the co-author. I’m so proud and excited for her and this opportunity to be involved in such a powerful project.
I know it will change the lives of teenagers.
I introduce to you Think 4:8, 40 Days to a Joy-Filled Life for Teens. The book is based of Philippians 4:8 (TLB).
Fix your thoughts on what is true and good and right. Think about things that are pure and lovely, and dwell on teh fine, good things in others. Think about all you can praise God for and be glad about it.”
This book isn’t for Mom or Dad. It’s for the teenager. In today’s world, we are pulled 100 different directions. We try to fit into every circle, be involved in every activity, and when we try to follow Jesus on top of it, life gets hard.
Being a teenager today seems harder than it used to be.
Tommy and Lyn wrote this 40-day challenge to upgrade the thinking and refresh the attitude of teenagers. We don’t have to live in insecurity. The words of other people do not define us. It’s time for the next generation to understand they were designed by a God who is excited to shape their future.
I’m excited about this book and I want you to be excited, too. Whether you have a teenager or know someone who does, I encourage you to gift them with this book. Oh.. and if you haven’t read The 4:8 Principle for yourself, I highly recommend that, too.
It will rock your world!
The book releases September 3, but you can pre-order it now. Not only does pre-ordering a book help the authors, but you have the opportunity to be one of the first to receive the book when it releases. Sounds like a win-win to me.
Click here to order your copy today and help spread an awesome message to a generation desperate for it.
Have you read any of Tommy Newberry’s books? What has been your favorite? Leave a comment below…