Contact: Becky Hodges, Marketing Manager, Group Publishing, 970-292-4245; MyLifetree.com
LOVELAND, Colo., Sept. 6, 2016 /Christian Newswire
/ -- A new line of resources is challenging a current cultural trend by encouraging users to focus less on themselves.
The just released Jesus-Centered line of resources, from Lifetree and Group Publishing, helps shift a person's perspective from self-focus toward a deeper focus on Jesus.
Additions to the already popular Jesus-Centered line include two devotionals, a small-group Bible study, journals, a coloring book, and two new cover colors of the award-winning Jesus-Centered Bible.
Rick Lawrence, author and the general editor of the Jesus-Centered Bible, explained that the new releases zig precisely where popular influencers in culture are telling people to zag.
"It's common to hear prominent figures advise people to be mindful of themselves first. Their own thoughts, their own life," Lawrence said. "These new resources help people pay a ridiculous amount of attention to Jesus instead."
Highlighting the new releases is Drawn In, an interactive devotional encouraging users to doodle, design, and complete on-page experiences connecting them to Jesus.
Also releasing is Center Your Life on Jesus, a 40-day devotional focusing on questions Jesus asked his followers, including "Who do you say I am?" and "Do you believe I can do this?"
The Jesus-Centered line launched in September 2015 with the release of the Jesus-Centered Bible, a recent winner of the "Best Devotional/Study Bible" award at the 2016 International Christian Retailing show. Cover options include Turquoise, Charcoal, Hardcover, and the newly released Cranberry and Saddle options.
The new line of Jesus-Centered resources is now available, and can be found on MyLifetree.com
. Lifetree is a division of Group Publishing. Lifetree is an inter-denominational organization whose mission is to connect people with Jesus and each other.
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