of customers would recommend this product to a friend.
jc5 Stars Out Of 5not a fan of daily devo, until Jesus Calling for Kids and ....January 12, 2018jcQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I am normally not a fan a daily devotional books. Jesus Calling for kids changed my mind about this. Our Grandson looked forward to our morning Jesus calling Kids devotionals but after 3 years of continually reading through our Kids addition, it was time to step it up. Jesus Calling for Teens has been a motovative step in my Grandsons daily devotionals, challenging, informational and major key in our teens personal walk with Jesus
Lisa1 Stars Out Of 5MisleadDecember 20, 2017LisaQuality: 5Value: 1Meets Expectations: 1This is NOT for your teen. 1 star is not reflective of the product, but of the marketing. Love Sarah's books, and I wanted one tailored to my teen. THIS IS NOT. Wish I had read the reviews before buying, they all say the same as me....that they too were mislead by product description, it is not accurate. Changing the cover might be nice for a teen, but it's what's inside that counts! There is nothing in the daily devotionals that caters to teenage lifestyle. Big Bummer!
Jackie Kert5 Stars Out Of 5Jesus Calling for teensMarch 6, 2017Jackie KertQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5We like this book so well we bought another copy!
Miss Victoria1 Stars Out Of 5Disappointed - just like the Original book !February 28, 2016Miss VictoriaQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0People were right. I took my copy of Jesus Calling and compared it to the "Teen" version. No difference except a few scriptures were printed out. Perhaps more teens will read it if it says it is specifically for them, I suppose. Still, somehow the fact needs to be conveyed that the book is the same as the original, but just a different title.
Still, LOVE Sarah Young !!
LEW1 Stars Out Of 5Jesus Calling Teen EditionJanuary 18, 2016LEWQuality: 1Value: 1Meets Expectations: 1Was extremely disappointed the title is so misleading. I ordered three of the Jesus Calling books, one was the teen edition and one was for women the other one was the regular book. In which I find that all three say the same things. I don't care about having a different cover - it is misleading in that you think the content is geared toward the teens and women. It seems like false advertisement to me. Just trying to make money off people. Will probably never buy anymore of her books, but so disappointed that I don't even want to read what she has to say as a Christian author. This book was not geared to teens no more than the women's edition is geared toward women.