Top 10 Devotionals for Teens

Doing daily devotions are helpful to growing in your faith. Here are some devotionals that will help you grow closer to God while learning about how to live your life as a better Christian:

by Susie Shellenberger

Like a good cup of coffee with your best friend, this book strives to bring you a little closer to God every day. Each day you get a devotional thought, a way to apply it, and a short prayer.

by DC Talk

While this book was written in 1999 as a companion to DC Talk’s 1995 “Jesus Freak” CD, the book is still going strong. The book has dozens of stories about Christians who gave the ultimate sacrifice for their faith – their lives. “Jesus Freaks” is written in a hip manner, so you can understand why Christians are all called to be Jesus freaks for God.

by John C. Maxwell

Just when you need a little encouragement and inspiration, this book has it in abundance. When you feel like you need a little blessing, this book allows you to see God in your daily life. Through this devotion, you find His mercy, His love, His holiness, and more.

By Eileen Ritter

You may be a Christian, but you still have to deal with the world around you. This devotional offers quick devotions while also giving you Godly advice about friends, family, dating, prejudice, and more.

By Concordia Publishing

With 60 devotions written by teenagers for teenagers, this book takes on the things you deal with every day and gives you a Christian perspective from those your own age.

By Lorraine Peterson

Do you think that some of your Christian traits make you weird? Then this is the devotional is written for you. While it focuses on making you stronger in your faith, you learn how to do so without the people you know thinking you are weird.

by Kevin Johnson

Do you think that some of your Christian traits make you weird? Then this is the devotional is written for you. While it focuses on making you stronger in your faith, you learn how to do so without the people you know thinking you are weird.

By Blaine Bartel

Bartel challenges his readers to give God five minutes each day, and he believes that by the end of eight weeks you will feel closer to God than ever. This devotional also focuses on the things that are important to you like friendships and self-esteem.

By Phil Chalmers

As a teenager, you face some tough stuff – suicide, rape, sex, friends, drugs, and more. This book doesn’t gloss over the tough stuff. It takes on the things that matter and helps you make the tough decisions.

by Robert Foster

Written by your peers, this book puts a new spin on “quiet time with God.” You will see new insights into your daily life. You’ll learn about how to take Christian concepts like fasting and prayer and apply them to your daily life.