A devotional for teenagers

Apply is a hands on approach to living out God's word for teenagers. Using the 9 Ways, each session allows young people to explore how the Bible relates to every area of their lives by using creative, inspiring, and hands-on activities that can also help to nourish emotional well-being. 


Take a look

We're so pleased you're interested in Apply. If you'd like to have a peek inside before buying, we're offering you a free PDF download of 4 promotional sessions from the book. Simply click the link below.


Who are we?

Apply is a self-published Journal written by a team of youth workers, and for the naturally curious among you we know you'll be keen to know all you can about us. Meet the team by clicking the link below.

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Get in touch

We would love to hear from you! Maybe you have some questions about Apply, want to know how to get your hands on a copy, or just want to give us some feedback or say hello. Get in touch by clicking the link below and we'll get back to you as soon as we can. Alternatively, you can reach us via our Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook profiles - links at the top of the page.


What people are saying

"Apply is a timely, creative and effective resource for young people which will grab their interest and help them get to grips with the word of God, relating it relevantly to their lives. Apply will help them encounter the truth of the gospel and Jesus' love for them. A highly recommended resource for this time!"

Rachael Heffer

Head of Mission for the Evangelical Alliance

"The Bible is the living word of God. It is a call to a radical way of Jesus-living, and isn't something to be only read, but lived! Apply helps young people do just that - live it!"

Dan Randall

Youth Director for HOPE

"I think the topics you tackle are great; there is an emphasis on grace which I think is hugely important for young people - so much of their lives are focussed on what they can "achieve," and growing in faith can feel like another thing we have to work out (which we do), but, it isn't a solo effort, and isn't down to us being "better" but more reliant on the Holy Spirit - I think you strike the balance well in the book...It's great work."

Ali Campbell

Youth & Children's Ministry Consultant