Description : Most Christian teens don't know how to pray. And when they do pray, they don't know how to discern God's voice. In Girl Talk With God, author Susie Shellenberger shows teens how to pray and challenges them to deepen specific areas in their lives through a series of conversations between God and a teenage girl. As editor of Brio magazine, a Focus on the Family publication for teenage girls with a circulation of over 200,000, Shellenberger has proven a keen ability to reach this often-misunderstood age group with her signature blend of casual, non-threatening teaching.
Description : Shares God's unconditional love and shows teen girls just how devoted God is to them, no matter who they are, what they look like, or what others say about them.
Description : More than ever, women need girlfriendsâpeople they can walkand talk with, hug and cry with. The joy and comfort found between girlfriendsreflects in small measure what believers can experience in their relationshipwith God. Through the lens of friendship, Sally Millerreveals ways women can build an ongoing, meaningful prayer conversation with God... spending time with our friends draws us closer together the more time we spend with God, the more intimate we become friendships come in all shapes prayer can take many forms listening is sometimes more important than speaking hearing what God has to say motivates and energizes us Girl Talk...God Talk showsreaders how to experience a dynamic relationship with Jesus.
Description : Former Miss American Teen Casey Hartley Gibbons leads teen girls to find God’s richest gifts by giving their thoughts, actions and relationships to Him. She encourages readers to grow toward maturity in Christ, develop leadership skills, find their unique gifts and learn to minister to others—recognizing that teens don’t have to wait until adulthood to make a difference in the world.
Description : Music, sports, entertainment, and politics--from Hollywood to Washington there are prominent women making a mark on the world today. And a media-rich society chronicles their every move for fans to follow. But what does it mean to be a girl who follows God and not just the latest popular public figures? In God Girl, bestselling author and teen mentor Hayley DiMarco will help girls make sense of it all as she points them to who they are, who they are becoming, and who God made them to be. God Girl will help girls know what it means to be a woman of God in every area of life--with their thoughts, in their actions, and as they make daily choices about friends, fashion, faith, and everything in between. It's sure to be an instant classic.
Description : Tadema invites readers to look over her shoulder and observe how she discovered that the heart of her own navigation of life was an essential union of the Holy Spirit with her spirit. (Motivation)
Description : What does it mean to be a girl who follows God? That's the question bestselling author and teen mentor Hayley DiMarco helped teens answer in the bestseller God Girl. And now in this 365-day devotional, she guides girls ages 14-18 on a daily journey of learning more about who God is and who he created them to be. Each one-page devo contains a scripture verse of the day along with a brief reflection that unpacks spiritual truths about becoming a woman of God. And in each entry Hayley challenges girls to choose God's way in every area of their life--with their thoughts, actions, and daily choices about everything from friends and fashion to faith.
Description : It is vital that young ladies have the essential motivational resources to ensure that they develop into beautiful women. Being a young lady does come with successes as well as challenges. For instance: past traumas, dating, exceling in school, and even self-esteem issues are all mechanisms that young ladies face. Girl Talk: The Course is the perfect little manual written by someone who understands the obstacles that come with being a teenage young lady. Written in a conversational style, the young ladies will feel like they are listening to a big sister that is giving awesome insight and advice. The Course is a great read for young ambitious ladies who are seeking to learn more about themselves, and who are seeking to become the best in every aspect of their lives! Erin encourages the young ladies to walk in all that God has to offer his daughters.
Description : Mothers and daughters have a lot to talk about. That's how God designed it. A mother is her daughter's first role model, teacher, and friend, and she carries the responsibility of passing on to her daughter a legacy of biblical womanhood. Join mother-daughter team Carolyn Mahaney and Nicole Whitacre as they give you insights and suggestions on how to talk-really talk-to each other about what it means to become a godly woman. Tips and study questions make it easy for moms and their pre-teen and teenage daughters to read, share, discuss, and grow.
Description : “A passionate and thoroughly engaging account of a continuing spiritual journey within two profoundly different faiths” (The New York Times Book Review). The child of a Reform Jewish father and a lapsed Southern Baptist mother, Lauren Winner eventually chose to become an Orthodox Jew—but then, as she faithfully observed the Sabbath rituals and studied Jewish laws, she found herself increasingly drawn to Christianity. Taking a courageous step, she leaves behind what she loves, and converts. Now, the even harder part: How does one reinvent a religious self? How does one embrace the new without abandoning the old? How does a convert become spiritually whole? This appealingly honest memoir takes us through a year in a young woman’s search for a religious identity. Despite her conversion, she finds that her world is shaped by her Jewish experiences, and even as she rejoices in the holy days of the Christian calendar, she mourns the Jewish rituals she still holds dear. Attempting to reconcile the two sides of her religious self, Winner applies the lessons of Judaism to the teachings of the New Testament, hosts a Christian Seder, and struggles to fit her Orthodox friends into her new religious life. Ultimately Winner learns that faith takes practice, and that belief is an ongoing challenge. Her account of her journey is “unusually challenging and satisfying. . . . This book is a refreshing invitation to plumb our own spiritual depths” (The Roanoke Times). “[A] memoir, literary and spiritual, sharing Anne Lamott’s self-deprecating intensity and Stephen J. Dubner’s passion for authenticity . . . She reveals herself through abundant, concrete and often funny descriptions of her life, inner and outer. Winner’s record of her own experience so far is a page-turning debut by a young writer worth watching.” —Publishers Weekly, starred review “Her narrative’s real strength . . . is its addictive readability combined with the author’s deep knowledge of, delight in, and nuanced discussion of both Christian and Jewish teachings. Intriguing, absorbing . . . and very smart.” —Kirkus Reviews, starred review