A Girl's Guide to Making Really Good Choices

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Harvest House Publishers, 2013 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 152 pages
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Every girl is a beautiful creation, uniquely equipped by God to do His work in the world. But as girls are growing, changing, and making choices about the kinds of lives they will lead, they are bombarded with conflicting messages about what it means to be a woman. The media says one thing, boys say another, and friends seem obsessed with whatever is newest and coolest. As a result, girls too often hand their decisions over to those least qualified to make them.

Into the breach steps Elizabeth George, bestselling author and beloved Bible teacher. With wisdom, gentleness, and tremendous grace, she guides tween girls ages 8 to 12 through the most challenging decisions they face, teaching them to let God--not the world--define who they are. Discussing such topics as attitude, friendships, crushes, parents, school, and avoiding bad situations, Elizabeth helps girls see that the very best choice of all is a choice to live within God's will.

Perfect for individuals, small groups, and mentoring.

 

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User Review  - Patti - Christianbook.com

Easy to read and relate to. My 11 1/2 yo daughter got it for Christmas and really has enjoyed it so far. Read full review

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User Review  - bardesan - Christianbook.com

This book is great, I do recommend it. Read full review

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Elizabeth George, whose books have sold more than 9 million copies, is the author of A Woman After God's Own Heart(R) (more than 1 million copies sold) and A Young Woman After God's Own Heart. She's also a popular speaker at Christian women's events. Elizabeth and her husband, Jim, are parents and grandparents, and have been active in ministry for more than 30 years.

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