Release Blitz w/Review: Walk in Faith by Andy Dooley

Walk in Faith by Andy Dooley

5-Minute Devotions for Teen Guys

Althea Press (March 5, 2019)

Christian Books & Bibles/Teens/Devotionals & Prayer/Religion & Spirituality



Let faith guide your teenage years.

On your journey to becoming a man, the scripture has mapped out a road for you to walk. Along the way, you’ll have big questions like “what type of person do I want to be?” or, “how do I get there?” or, “what should I believe?” Reach for this book, and stay on course.

Walk in Faith bridges scripture with the everyday challenges of being a teenager―From dealing with peer pressure to dating. These 5-minute devotionals help teens successfully navigate some of life’s most important and trying moments with a little faith and God’s unwavering guidance.

Inside, you’ll find:

  • 5-MINUTE DEVOTIONS―practical and quick reflection.
  • RELATABLE SCRIPTURE―easy-to-digest and short passages.
  • REAL CHALLENGES―apply the scripture to contemporary topics like social media, body image, self-worth and more.

“Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity.”―1 Timothy 4:12






There are 150 one-page devotionals in this book. Each devotion starts with a short scripture relating to the topic at hand, a relatable story or lesson, and a reflection. The author covers a wide range of subjects including: anger, romantic feelings, siblings, depressions, addiction, jealousy, stress, social media, bullying, loneliness, judging, and so much more. These are relatable for teenagers and are presented in way that teens will read and understand as well as challenge them to be their best with God in the center of their lives. The book itself is a good size, very easy to read, and a nice format. An index of topics is located in the back so that a subject can be easily found or the book can be read front to back. A good reference/devotional as teens begin their journey in the choppy waters of young adulthood.

Reviewed by Comfy Chair Books/Lisa Reigel (February 25, 2019)

ARC provided by the publisher



DOOLEY.jpgANDY DOOLEY is committed to empowering the next generation of leaders as a passionate Youth Director at Elevation Church in Charlotte, North Carolina. He has been working with young people for over 18 years, through sports, fitness, and ministry. Andy was named the 2016 Face of Reebok One, which allowed him to expand his platform of helping people understand and implement a holistic approach to spirituality and health. He is happily married to Tiffany, and they have three gorgeous children, Hope, Skylee, and Andy II. You can visit his blog at


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