Author Dillon Orr has a book about teens going through tough times and how they rely on God to see them through.
” John is your average teenager who is trying to find out what God wants him to do in life. His life was normal, until a girl from his school ran into his church during a sermon on a Sunday morning. Her name was Katherine Lee, and she was searching for Jesus. Can John help her find Christ, as she’s going through abuse from her parents? Will John ever find out what he’s suppose to do in life? Walk with both of these characters, as they go through abuse, mental breakdowns, love, and sickness.” — Dillon Orr talking about his book, Singing With Angelson Amazon.
You can find Dillon’s book in our Bookstore in the Teen section and on Amazon.
Why read a book? On his blog, author Andrew Ratcliffe gives us reasons why reading a book is such a good idea. Here are just a few:
Reasons to Read a Book
… “Reading will improve your focus and help you to concentrate. You can become so focused on your reading that you will be barely aware of the room in which you are sitting. Does that sound familiar?
People who read will be more likely to visit museums and concerts than people who don’t read. Readers are more likely than non-readers become volunteers with charitable bodies,and will be better informed about the world in which they live.
Reading will improve your imagination. The reading of stories will enable you to visualise the background in which the characters are set. The writer will be describing the environment as they see it but your imagination will add further details to the picture in your mind.” … Read more of Andrew’s blog here…
Andrew Ratcliffe writes for teens and young adults in his book, ‘Hari & Rudi In The Land Of Fruit’, a story about two teens which explores the fruit of the Holy Spirit from the Bible in Galatians 5: 22-23.
“On the 1st April I have again a face to face book promotion and also my first book signing at Bacup library. I am looking for other areas i.e prisons and schools where I could share the message of my book”.
Introducing a new Christian author, Andrew Ratcliffe, who has written a book called, ‘Hari & Rudi In The Land Of Fruit’. Two teeenage boys in the north of England embark on a wonderful adventure. Written for teens and young adults, Andrew’s story is about discovering the truth the fruit of the Holy Spirit brings into our lives.
” This story, an allegory much like John Bunyan “Pilgrims Progress”, tells of two young teens who find themselves on a journey through a curious land learning about the fruit of the Holy Spirit. The readers will find their adventure an inspiration full of valuable lessons in life.” Andrew Ratcliffe.
Find Hari & Rudi In The Land Of Fruit in our Teenscategory.