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Call to Action: Become the Man God Designed You to Be (Ebenezer)


The world needs real men. Christian men. But real manhood doesn’t just happen. Are you ready for basic training? 

Alun Ebenezer calls men to stop being passive and pursue godly character. In thirty chapters, he provides practical steps for pursuing godly manhood. Take action to become the man of God you must be—the man who our churches, schools, universities, workplaces, families, communities, and countries need you to be.



  1. Be
  2. Behold
  3. Call
  4. Guard
  5. Believe
  6. Survey
  7. Discover
  8. Trust
  9. Repent
  10. Commune
  11. Read
  12. Think
  13. Pray
  14. Deny
  15. Kill
  16. Live
  17. Work
  18. Rest
  19. Shine
  20. View
  21. Stand
  22. Talk
  23. Listen
  24. Cast
  25. Belong
  26. Forget
  27. Persevere
  28. Lead
  29. Go
  30. Ask


“Clearly and affectionately, Alun Ebenezer appeals to young men to come to Christ and cling to Him, to follow Him closely in all of life. Warmly and briefly, day by day, he presses home some aspect of joyful and faithful service to the Lord. Plainly and honestly, he draws on his own experience—before and after conversion—to encourage and to warn his young readers. I will gladly give it to my sons and other lads, praying that they will not only read but also heed its earnest counsels.” 

—Jeremy Walker, author of Passing Through: Pilgrim Life in the Wilderness 

“I heartily recommend this precious book. . . Boys who prepare to be action men of the kind educated in this book are the kind our modern society profoundly needs.” 

—Maurice Roberts, author of The Christian’s High Calling 

About the Author

Alun Ebenezer is founding headmaster of the Fulham Boys School, London, England.  

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New Morning Mercies for Teens (Tripp)


Teenagers today face unprecedented and complex challenges in their lives and relationships. Parents and youth leaders can offer valuable Christian guidance, but it’s in Scripture that we encounter the wisdom of Jesus, new and sufficient for that day’s difficulty and temptation.

This updated edition of Paul David Tripp’s bestselling book New Morning Mercies features 366 engaging daily devotionals, adapted for teenagers. Each day includes a one-sentence, gospel-centered reading and an extended meditation, Bible verses, and a prompt for discussion or personal reflection. Tripp also includes a bonus Q&A chapter in which he briefly answers questions around relevant topics including anxiety, gender, social media, and spiritual disciplines. Focused less on behavior modification and more on helping teenagers encounter the living God, this book helps young people to fall in love with Jesus, find freedom and joy within his boundaries, and live for his glory—day in and day out.


“We give deep thanks to the Lord for Paul Tripp’s unique ability to apply the gospel of grace to the ins and outs of everyday life. For many years, Tripp has shaped our own lives, family, and ministry through his biblical wisdom, generous friendship, and wonderful way with words. Now, as the parents of four daughters, we are thrilled for our girls to receive the same blessing of biblical truth, beautifully distilled in devotional form, that speaks to the joys and fears, delights and concerns, questions and hopes of their growing hearts. We pray that they, and all other young people who engage the daily rhythms of this book, will find ever-increasing joy and peace as they encounter the glory of the Savior.”
Keith and Kristyn Getty, hymn writers and recording artists, “In Christ Alone”; authors, Sing! How Worship Transforms Your Life, Family, and Church 

“Paul Tripp’s writing has been a great source of life to me. New Morning Mercies for Teens encourages those who have grown weary of the struggle, living under the weight of the world.”
TobyMac, hip-hop recording artist; music producer; songwriter

“In an age when teens are more distracted and anxious than ever, Paul Tripp’s book is a clarion call to remember the one thing that is necessary. He urges young readers to examine the depth of their personal beliefs and consider how they will live out their faith in tangible ways as they move into adulthood. What a great resource to get teens thinking about and talking with God every day!”
Jim Daly, President, Focus on the Family


Paul David Tripp (DMin, Westminster Theological Seminary) is a pastor, an award-winning author, and an international conference speaker. He has written numerous books, including Lead; Parenting; and the bestselling devotional New Morning Mercies. His not-for-profit ministry exists to connect the transforming power of Jesus Christ to everyday life. Tripp lives in Philadelphia with his wife, Luella, and they have four grown children.