Conversations with God for Teens is self help fiction book for teenagers by Neale Donald Walsch, published in 2001.
A teen edition of the top-selling volume Conversations with God examines the concerns shared by many of today’s young people while addressing questions that teens may ask of God, offering guidance on building healthy relationships, accepting responsibility, and acquiring self-esteem. From the author of the New York Times best-selling 5-part CONVERSATIONS WITH GOD series comes God’s answers to real questions from teenagers all over the world (hardcover, Nov. 01, Hampton Roads).
In the author’s words, CONVERSATIONS WITH GOD FOR TEENS is “a look at all the questions that teenagers from every corner of the globe are asking, and the answers that I have received from God in my private meditations.” Some of the questions include, “Are you listening, “Why do good things happen to bad people and bad things happen to good people,” and “How will I know when it will be the right time to say, ‘I love you’?” To compile questions for this book, Neale Donald Walsch traveled all over the world to speak with young people in order to accurately incorporate their unique issues into his personal dialogue with God. The result is, in the words of the author, “one of the first books ever to speak to teens from God’s point of view.”
Conversations With God: An Uncommon Dialogue, Book 1
Author(s): Neale Donald Walsch [Walsch, Neale Donald]
Publisher: Putnam Adult, Year: 1996