How to Be a Praying Girl of God (Courageous Girls Series)
Encourage the girls in your life to become praying girls of God! Featuring brief stories of dozens of women -- from the Bible, history, and today -- your young readers, ages 8 and up, will be inspired to become...
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Encourage the girls in your life to become praying girls of God!
Featuring brief stories of dozens of women -- from the Bible, history, and today -- your young readers, ages 8 and up, will be inspired to become praying girls, too, as they journal alongside examples of strong women of faith -- including Amy Carmichael, Jochebed, Pandita Ramabai, Corrie ten Boom, Harriet Tubman, the Woman at the Well, and dozens more! Each section prompts girls to read the short story, draw a related picture, journal their thoughts about praying women, and think about how they can be a praying girl of God too! This delightful journal makes a great standalone or companion to 100 Extraordinary Stories of Prayer for Courageous Girls and other Courageous Girls book products.
Since the company began as "Book Bargains" in 1981, much has happened to bring this company from a small remainder seller into a prominent Christian publisher. When Hugh Barbour began buying and reselling other publishers' excess stock, he was introducing a new concept to Christian bookstores. Soon, though, the new company began publishing its own titles, beginning with the classic allegory The Pilgrim's Progress in 1984. With a new name, Barbour and Company, publishing operations continued with two books that Hugh Barbour says "really put us on the map "Oswald Chambers' beloved devotional My Utmost for His Highest, and Barbour's first original title, The Bible Promise Book. Each found a ready market and, millions of copies later, remain on Barbour's best-selling backlist. Barbour and Company had found its niche: publishing Christian classics at value prices. - Publisher.