Most cries of pain from teenagers are silent, and too often we only discover the true depth of their pain after suicide or other self-destructive behavior. In Stepping Up, teens speak openly about their struggles with suicide, depression, sex, drug addiction, pregnancy, abuse, bullying, and self-destructive behavior through their personal letters to author Donalyn Powell, a long-time youth and suicide-prevention advocate. To each letter, Powell offers personal and practical hope: even in the darkest situations, the pain will not last, and we are never alone. God has a purpose for each of us that we alone can fulfill, and it is God’s life in us that provides our reason for living, healing for our lives, and hope for the future.
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|Publisher:||Morgan James Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.30(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Donalyn Powell is a Christian author, inspirational speaker, and long-time suicide-prevention advocate. She has appeared on national television and has been interviewed by Christian magazines, newspapers, and radio. Her photographs and design work have won her many awards in the arts. She lives with her husband in central Virginia at the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains.