With over 2,000,000 copies sold, The Life Recovery Bible is today?s #1-Selling Recovery Bible tied to the Twelve Steps of recovery, helping millions of people turn to the true source of healing?Jesus Christ.
Featuring a neutral cover that?s safe for any teen to carry around as well as unique tip-ins geared towards helping teens get the most out of every feature, The Life Recovery Bible for Teens is the resource for teens and their parents, relatives, and friends who want to point their loved one back to Jesus? restoring arms.
From the Back Cover: The true source of recovery?God himself?is waiting to embrace you. Come meet him in The Life Recovery Bible for Teens
A Bible you can take anywhere: With a simple, understated design, readers can take this Bible anywhere.
Twelve Step Devotionals: A reading chain of 84 Bible-based devotionals tied to the Twelve Steps of recovery and placed throughout the Bible text. Each of the 12 steps now starts with video introductions featuring Stephen Arterburn.
Serenity Prayer Devotionals: Based on the Serenity Prayer, these devotionals are placed next to the verses they are drawn from?an excellent 29-day devotional reading plan.
Recovery Principle Devotionals: More than 50 Bible-based devotionals, topically arranged, build upon each other to create an excellent guide to key recovery principles.
Recovery Reflections: Topically arranged recovery reflections, at the end of most Bible books, pinpoint key insights learned from specific Scripture passages.
Recovery Profiles: Key Bible characters are profiled, and important recovery lessons are drawn from their lives.
Recovery Notes: Interspersed throughout the Bible text, these notes pinpoint passages and thoughts important to recovery.
Topical Bible Verse Finder: Quickly find what the Bible says about common issues.
Recovery Themes: Prominent recovery themes are discussed at the opening of each Bible book.
Additional Features: Book outlines, book introductions, topical index, devotional indexes, recovery profile index, and a user’s guide.
Edited by recovery experts David Stoop and Stephen Arterburn