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Engage: Issue 16

Connecting you with God's Word

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Issue 16 of Engage looks at Ezekiel, Esther, James and Matthew.

Part of the Engage series.

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Issue 16 of Engage - daily Bible reading notes for teenagers. This issue looks at Ezekiel, Esther, James and Matthew.

There are also articles on the meaning of life, self-harm and eating disorders, and the church.

Engage exists to help you plug into your Bible. Through Engage's pages we want to plunge into God's awesome word: discovering who God is and what He's like; seeing what God's done for us through Jesus; and exploring practical ways of living for Him. The Bible is packed with amazing stories and life-changing teaching. It's time to dive into the Bible and see God change our lives...

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  • Ezekiel: Know God, know hope
    James: Fantastic faith
    Matthew: Are you ready?
    Esther: God's beauty queen
    Plus Articles on:
    • The meaning of life
    • Self-harm & eating disorders
    • Anand's story
    • What is church?

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Age range: 13+
Contributors Martin Cole
ISBN 9781906334185
Format Paperback
First published April 2012
Dimensions 129mm x 196mm x 6mm
Weight 0.14 kg
Language English
Pages 128
Publisher The Good Book Company
Customer reviews

4 Nov 2022

“A brilliant resource”

(Review written for 'Engage Annual Subscription')

I purchased this to use with my sons as something to work through together.

It has facilitated many interesting discussions. And I love the way it has us digging deeper into God's Word.

15 May 2021

“Brilliant for teens”

(Review written for 'Engage Annual Subscription (Foreign)')

We recommend this series to our 14-year olds at church, but it's good for any teenager, I would say. Very helpful studies, a gentle intro into daily quiet times, great variety. A brilliant resource.

5 Apr 2021


(Review written for 'Engage Annual Subscription (Foreign)')

Excellent service. Prompt and helpful. Would highly recommend.

26 Jan 2021


(Review written for 'Engage: The Collection')

Am really pleased with this series. I am not a teenager, far from it, but am finding these really helpful.

20 Nov 2020


(Review written for 'Engage: The Collection')

Great delivery, good price

18 May 2020

“Great resource”

(Review written for 'Engage Annual Subscription (Foreign)')

During lock down as a family (our boys are 12 & 11) have used this resource several times a week as a dinner table resource and, in the main, have enjoyed blessed times. My only, very small, criticism is that now and again (for a teenage resource) the question and answers are a little basic but overall would heartily recommended this devotional.

29 Apr 2020


(Review written for 'Engage Annual Subscription')

My order arrived much quicker than I expected it to in the present circumstances and I couldn’t be happier with what I ordered.

17 Feb 2020

“efficient and well run”

(Review written for 'Engage Annual Subscription (Foreign)')

Excellent service thank you

31 Mar 2019


(Review written for 'Engage Annual Subscription (Foreign)')

I read this every night with my 12 yr old daughter. I find she is interested and engaged and it is written in a way that is easy to understand. I am very happy with it.

4 Sep 2018

“Great resource”

(Review written for 'Engage Annual Subscription (Foreign)')

Bought these for young people in church. They are proving very helpful for studying bible by themselves. Older members of the congregation are also enjoying them as they go book by book through the Bible. The only negative would be some font colors make reading difficult for older people eg peach font resembled white too closely. That’s only reason I’ve put a 4.

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