Tattoos. Piercings. Anger. Sexuality. Social Media. Ever wonder how to handle the big issues you deal with at school and with your friends? The One Year Devos for Teen Girls can help ... each day of the year. ...
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Tattoos. Piercings. Anger. Sexuality. Social Media.
Ever wonder how to handle the big issues you deal with at school and with your friends? The One Year Devos for Teen Girls can help ... each day of the year. 365 daily devotional readings Provides a biblical perspective on 10 categories of topics for teens Invites teen girls to take an action step each day Topics include sexuality, bullying, self-worth, hypocrisy, social media, and more Join teen advocates Dannah Gresh and Suzy Weibel as they break down some of the tough issues teen girls face day after day. Just like trusted big sisters, Dannah and Suzy share from the wisdom they've picked up from their own lives and their work with teen girls.
While the subject matter is modern, Gresh and Weibel point girls to the unchanging Word of God. They meets girls where they are and simply explain what God's Word says about the issue. The devotional reads like a handbook on living as a teen girl in today's society.
Suzy Weibel has spent sixteen years in ministry with her husband, Jonathan, mentoring middle school- through college-aged girls, as well as mentoring and training youth and small group leaders. One of those girls was Stephanie Smith. July 2007 will mark the release date for Suzy's first book, My Struggle to Like Me: A Teenager's Secret Diary Unlocked (Moody Publishers).
Dannah Gresh, a mother/daughter communication coach, has sold well over three quarters of a million copies of her books including And the Bride Wore White and 2008's best-selling CBA youth book, Lies Young Women Believe (coauthored with Nancy Leigh DeMoss) - making her one of the most successful Christian authors targeting teens and preteens.
With the belief that today's culture has been seeking to rob little girls of their innocence, Dannah has been fighting on the front lines to protect them. Her fun line of Secret Keeper Girl mom/preteen daughter connecting resources and live events that tour the country provide moms with just the right tools to fight back.
She has long been at the forefront of the movement to encourage both tweens and teens to pursue purity and is often called upon to defend the conservative position of abstinence in national news media like USA Today, Time, Chicago Tribune, and Women's Wear Daily. She is also a frequent contributor to FamilyLife Today, Midday Connection, and Focus on the Family.
Dannah lives in State College, Pennsylvania, with her husband, Bob, and their children, Robby, Lexi, and Autumn, whom the family adopted from China in 2007. She and her husband founded Grace Prep, a new model in Christian high school education, which Bob administrates. She is shamelessly in love with her labradoodle, Stormie. (DannahGresh.com)