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Recently, another youth ministry leader asked me a bunch of questions about teenagers and Bible reading. He asked great questions that made me think. But since this is my column, I’m using his questions as a starting point, but tweaking them and adding more. So, consider this me interviewing myself about teens and Bible reading (and honestly, much of this applies to older teenagers too).