Friday, October 7, 2022

Review: All I Am by:C Pignat

 All I Am: A Catholic Devotional for Discovering Who You Are in God

About the Book:

 The teen years can be a confusing time of figuring out where you belong, who you are, what you can do, and who you can become, all while searching for a sense of safety as you engage with the world. In All I Am, these core needs of belonging, identity, ability, purpose, and security are explored through God’s traits in the Bible, showing readers 13 and up that the great I AM not only meets our needs because of all the amazing things he is, but how we also embody those traits because we are his children.

Inside the pages of All I Am are 90 devotions from a Catholic perspective that use conversational language to apply God’s truth to your life through relatable examples and real-world applications, each helping you think, act, and be like Jesus and grow your faith and self-esteem.

Content also includes:

Scripture from the NRSV edition
A two-color interior with an engaging design
“Digging Deeper” and “Rest and Remember” features for deeper daily or weekly reflection
Encouraging quotes from saints, popes, and inspiring Catholics
Original and traditional Catholic prayers that help you easily connect with God every day

My Review:

 Even a young person could use a devotional. It helps put your spiritual walk in perspective and it helps them to apply it better. Life is difficult enough then throw on puberty and its probable a very bad nightmare. Once that is hard to face alone. They need God to guide them and direct them. 

 The book includes 90 devotionals each with scripture reference, summary and digging deeper questions. Each one is max two pages--so short and sweet. Kids just need a little nudge each day and this is a devo that can provide just that.

 Great resource!

**Disclosure**This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from the publisher. All opinions are my own.

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