13 Best Teen & Young Adult Christianity

List Updated May 2021

Bestselling Teen & Young Adult Christianity in 2021


Jesus Calling: Enjoy Peace in His Presence (Jesus Calling®)

Jesus Calling: Enjoy Peace in His Presence (Jesus Calling®)
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2021

Teen to Teen: 365 Daily Devotions by Teen Guys for Teen Guys

Teen to Teen: 365 Daily Devotions by Teen Guys for Teen Guys
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2021

The Teen's Guide to Social Media... and Mobile Devices: 21 Tips to Wise Posting in an Insecure World

The Teen's Guide to Social Media... and Mobile Devices: 21 Tips to Wise Posting in an Insecure World
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2021

Teen to Teen: 365 Daily Devotions by Teen Girls for Teen Girls

Teen to Teen: 365 Daily Devotions by Teen Girls for Teen Girls
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2021

One God, One Plan, One Life: A 365 Devotional

One God, One Plan, One Life: A 365 Devotional
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2021

A Young Woman's Guide to Making Right Choices: Your Life God's Way

A Young Woman's Guide to Making Right Choices: Your Life God's Way
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2021
  • Harvest House Publishers

Every Young Woman's Battle: Guarding Your Mind, Heart, and Body in a Sex-Saturated World (The Every Man Series)

Every Young Woman's Battle: Guarding Your Mind, Heart, and Body in a Sex-Saturated World (The Every Man Series)
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2021

3-Minute Devotions for Guys: 180 Encouraging Readings for Teens

3-Minute Devotions for Guys: 180 Encouraging Readings for Teens
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2021
  • 3 Minute Devotions for Guys 180 Encouraging Readings for Teens

Four Perfect Pebbles: A True Story of the Holocaust

Four Perfect Pebbles: A True Story of the Holocaust
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2021

A Young Woman's Walk with God: Growing More Like Jesus

A Young Woman's Walk with God: Growing More Like Jesus
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2021

Building Faith Block by Block: [An Unofficial Minecraft Guide] 60 A-to-Z (Kid Only) Survival Secrets

Building Faith Block by Block: [An Unofficial Minecraft Guide] 60 A-to-Z (Kid Only) Survival Secrets
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2021

Live Original Devotional

Live Original Devotional
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2021
  • Live Original Devotional

Humility Rules: Saint Benedict's Twelve-Step Guide to Genuine Self-Esteem

Humility Rules: Saint Benedict's Twelve-Step Guide to Genuine Self-Esteem
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2021

Book Review: A Season in Heaven by David Tomory

Published by Lonely Planet in 1998, this slim paperback is an attempt at catching the spirit of the "Hippie Trail" through the stories of people who traveled in the region of Northern India and Afghanistan in the 1960s and '70s as young adults.

Several factors converged to produce this phenomenon: besides the presence of a large demographic group of disaffected young adults seeking budget travel (though affordable airfares are cited, more affordable still was the fact that one could actually take an extended bus/train ride to from Great Britain to the Northern India/Afghanistan area at the time) and downmarket accommodations (descriptions of which abound within), there was the idea in the zeitgeist that the culture in that region, believed to be relatively uncorrupted by material things, worldly ambition, and the puritan ethos, offered a freer "ideal society" of live-and-let live attitudes and the open smoking of wacky tabbacky.

While the latter was true (and the negative societal consequences thereof were perhaps less easy to see), the former proved to be a disillusionment to some of the "go to India and follow a guru to attain the wisdom and serenity of the East" set who were there long enough to realize that women were not treated very equitably in that society, class differences were marked, social mobility was more difficult, and sexual stereotypes and proprieties, if not laws about where and what you could smoke, were more strictly enforced.

In spite of being criticized as a "waste of time" experiences spending extended periods of time living and experiencing another culture were cited by those who told stories of having experienced the "hippie trail" as opening their eyes to a very different culture.

The book ends as most of the idealistic young peoples' physical journeys ended: old, cheap but hazardous hotels made way for improved dwelling for the emerging middle class among the locals, travel costs went up, free time went down, material security became increasingly important.

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