Tuesday, June 26, 2012

The Way: A Book Review

About The Book:

Today’s 16–30 year olds are looking for connection to something bigger than themselves. They want something that works and is honest, authentic. Something that they can actually experience. Something that gives them hope. The Way offers a way that works. A way that matters. A way that asks them to step up to something important enough—big enough—to live for. It’s a visual, textual, and interactive experience for a generation that has blurred the boundaries of media. It’s an interactive experience for those ready for collaboration, change, and a challenge.The Way connects a restless generation, a generation looking for direction, to Jesus—the Way, the Truth, and the Life. It uses first-person stories, reflections, and questions that bring the Bible to the real world.

My Review:

Do you have a teen or young adult who is looking for an easy to read Bible? Then look no further than The Way, a modern version of the Bible, in New Living Translation. It is very easy to read, understand and full of great little articles and tid bits to help young adults grow in their faith of Jesus Christ. One of the really great parts of The Way is the internet links and QR codes for readers to dig deeper in God's Word. The book introductions are simple, and I really loved the sections, This Is My Story, where real life stories are told and linked to specific scriptures. I also really loved the Tyndale Bible Verse Finder which allows the reader to find scriptures related to issues like abortion, blessing and more. There is a little something for everyone in The Way!

I highly recommend this Bible and give it a huge thumbs up!

BUY IT: You can buy The Way at your favorite bookseller from Tyndale House Publishers

***Advanced Reader's Copy of the Bible has been provided courtesy of Tyndale House Publishers, Inc and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc., for the purpose of review on this blog. All opinions expressed are my own, and I have not been compensated in any other manner***

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