Publication Date: March 01, 2006
Number of Pages: 224
Dimensions: 7.99 × 8.00 (inches)
Athlete or musician, quiet or “the life of the party”—you are unique. There is no one like you on the planet. But your life has a common thread that is true of all people: you are wired for worship. Not just any worship, but for that of your Creator! That’s what this book is about—discovering your purpose and learning how to fulfill it. Geared for teenagers and college students, Wired is designed with pages that teach, challenge, and connect as you dig into Scripture and learn about your created purpose. This interactive student edition of The Air I Breathe includes a thirty-day worship experience as a guided personal journey that discloses the depth of God’s character and how to know Him more intimately. Ideal for use in small groups, an accompanying leader’s guide is also available.
Story Behind the Book
“I love teenagers. In fact, while writing this, I’m on my way to spend four days with more than 1500 of them at camp! My passion to see young people awaken to a lifestyle of worship that goes far beyond singing songs, coupled with the need for small-group material, stimulated the idea for Wired. I want to equip youth workers with a resource that can be used in small groups, large Bible studies, or Sunday school classes. I pray that Wired will encourage teens everywhere to a lifestyle that reflects God’s greatness to the world.” —Louie Giglio
Louie Giglio, a passionate communicator and innovative thinker, is a bestselling author and the founder of Passion Conferences, a collegiate movement calling people around the world to lives that make much of God. As a part of the Passion Network, Louie also heads sixstepsrecords, a worship label partner of EMI CMG. Committed to cutting-edge, God-focused music, sixsteps is home to familiar Passion players David Crowder, Chris Tomlin, Charlie Hall, and Matt Redman. In addition, Louie speaks throughout the world for various events. Louie and his wife, Shelley, live in Atlanta, Georgia, where they attend North Point Community Church.