Faithgirlz Blog on #02: Love, Annie (#02 in Faithgirlz Blogon Series)
The new FAITHGIRLZ! BLOG ON series encourages girls to use Internet technology to stay connected to life, to each other, and to God. The Internet is a world of its own and it is important to learn to navigate...
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The new FAITHGIRLZ! BLOG ON series encourages girls to use Internet technology to stay connected to life, to each other, and to God.
The Internet is a world of its own and it is important to learn to navigate it safely and responsibly. Meet four unique and talented teens - Gracie, Annie, Jazz, and Storm - as they learn how to channel their gifts, as well as confront personal challenges, using their Internet blog, their friendships, and God's love as positive outlets for connecting and growing in powerful new ways.
The new Blog On story line in the Faithgirlz!(TM) series encourages girls to use Internet technology to stay connected to life, each other, and God. Life in the Internet age can be a minefield for kids; although potentially dangerous, it also has the ability to unite and connect kids with their friends and families in powerful new ways.The Professor of Love needs to go back to class . . .Annie Lind thinks she was born to be "Professor Love," her advice column identity on the newly expanded "That's What YOU Think" website.
Annie, aka "Professor Love" in her advice column on the blog, considers herself an expert when it comes to love. But when she gets her dream homecoming date, she'll realize how much she has to learn about God's 1 Corinthians 13 kind of love, and she'll discover the power of a great friendship.
Dandi Daley Mackall has published about 300 books for children and adults.She has authored the I'm Not Afraid Series and served as creative director for the TodaysGirls.com series. She also wrote the seasonal favorites, Off to Plymouth Rock, Merry Creature Christmas, and Journey Easter Journey.She's written a humorist column and served as freelance editor. She conducts writing assemblies, workshops, and Young Author programs across the U.S. Dandi writes from rural Ohio, where she lives with her husband, Joe, and three children, Jen, Katy, and Dan.- Publisher.