ABOUT THE BOOK

There are two ways to do life: you can exist. Or you can really live.

Existing is sort of unavoidable. You breathe in and out. You eat and drink when you need to. You sleep when the sun goes down and wake up each morning. But living—really living—is a choice that takes confidence. It means really believing what God says is true, so you can make not only good choices, but the best choices. So you can live fully alive.

Amped is a 9-week devotional experience that helps kids begin to understand the difference between existing and living the kind of life Jesus came to give us. Weekly Bible stories help kids learn what God says about how to live. Daily activities help kids apply it.

Amped is part of the 252 Kids Series, interactive devotional books for elementary-age children. Based on Luke 2:52, these devotionals are designed to help kids grow in wisdom, faith, and friendship.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR & ILLUSTRATOR

MIKE TIEMANN

Mike Tiemann has worked with kids for years, writing curriculum and serving full-time in children’s ministry in a local church (he was even a roving guitar-playing worship leader for a while). Currently he serves as the large group director for 252 Kids at Orange. He and his wife, Julie, have two daughters and make their home near Atlanta, Georgia.

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Lauren Terrell

JACOB HUNT

Jacob Hunt is a freelance illustrator, cartoonist, and graphic designer working from his cozy neighborhood west of midtown Atlanta. He holds an MFA in sequential art from SCAD-Atlanta. Jacob’s diverse past gigs include character design for Verizon, graffiti for Oprah Winfrey, and comic strips for a local magazine. Currently, Jacob is developing a graphic novel and finishing tracks for the debut album of his rock band.