Kissed the Girls and Made Them Cry
- ^^How far can you go?
- Ask yourself: What do you ultimately want?
- Immediate and temporary gratification that wanes with the passage of time?
- Or passion and exclusive intimacy that endures and intensifies?
- Publisher Bevere tackles the tough issues of sexuality and passion by moving readers from rules to relationship. She shows readers how to move beyond the restraint of the law (which arouses sin) and plant themselves into a garden of longing.
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About "Kissed the Girls and Made Them Cry"
How far can I go? It's the question of a generation wanting straight answers. Often the very questions we ask reveal our hearts better than anything else. In Kissed the Girls and Made Them Cry, Lisa Bevere tackles these tough issues by moving us from rules to relationship. There is no question we need a renewal of purity, but what we're doing is not working.
Bevere tackles the tough issues of sexuality and passion by moving readers from rules to relationship. She shows readers how to move beyond the restraint of the law (which arouses sin) and plant themselves into a garden of longing.
Meet the Author
Lisa Bevere is the best-selling author of Fight Like a Girl, Kissed the Girls and Made Them Cry, Out of Control and Loving It!, Be Angry but Don't Blow It! and most recently Nurture In addition to speaking at national and international conferences, she is a frequent guest on Christian television and radio shows. Lisa is also the co-host of the weekly television program 'The Messenger'.
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Excellent book by Lisa Bevere about true vs tainted love. Ideal for use as a bible study workbook for young girls as a guide to understanding a good male role model vs otherwise. Lisa explains the often unhealthy need to please and accede to a boy, why that happens and how to build healthy self awareness and ability to make good choices. Great book to read before "fight like a woman" also by Lisa.
This book is about restoring the noble origin of women. Dealing with the issues of feminine identity could not be entrusted to a better author than Lisa Bevere. In KISSED THE GIRLS AND MADE THEM CRY Lisa dares to answer the hard questions that women desperately need answers to and many leaders are desperate to dodge. I believe this book is a lifesaving and life-restoring tool. It deals with the pressures, deceptions and distortions that the world places on what it is to be a woman. Lisa passionately relates what God has revealed to her as His originally intent with wisdom, boldness and through the artful use of stories- both her own and biblical ones. Lisa approaches this subject with the belief that rules and restrictions on behaviour will not keep us, but empowerment born out of relationship will. Focusing on today's teen girls as being the most vulnerable to the devastating consequences of a lack of sexual identity, KISSED THE GIRLS AND MADE THEM CRY also has a lot to offer all women of any background. Lisa has successfully brought value and dignity back to true femininity. It really is a transforming book. The first time I read this book it challenged almost all of my previous beliefs on what it actually meant to be a woman. The truth between the covers resonated with something deep inside me and I knew here was a woman who speaks the truth. Now I am passionate about seeing women walk in the fullness of who they truly are as God's daughters and I need to read it now and again to remind myself. This is a great resource for youth leaders, counsellors and parents of teenage girls and every woman who wants God wisdom and perspective on how to live pure. This is also a book of restoration for those who need lifting up again and a fresh start. Other outstanding books I have read on this subject and would highly recommend are: Teaching True Love to a Sex at 13 Generation by Eric and Leslie Ludy Every Young Woman's Battle by Shannon Ethridge, Stephen Arterburn & Josh McDowell Captivating by Stasi Eldredge