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Daughters of Imani: Celebration of Women by Rev. Tamara Lewis recounts the lives and contributions of eighteen historical and contemporary African-American women. Written for young African American girls ages 8-18 to be used in conjunction with a mentoring program that ran for nine years at an African American Church, the booklet can also be used alone. These heroes of of the faith are excellent role models for growing young girls.
Number of Pages: 64
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Dimensions: 5 3/4 X 4 1/2 (inches)
Availability: In Stock
For the complete package to give you everything you need to build up the faith of your churchs young women:
Daughters of Imani : Planning Guide by Rev. Richelle White, the creator of a comprehensive mentoring program for African American girls ages 8-18 that ran for nine years at a prominent African American church. The Planning Guide provides step-by-step guidelines for setting up a mentoring and rites of passage program for your church. The curriculum in the Planning Guide will help bolster self-esteem; encourage peer, family, and community interactions; explore career development; and address topics that impact the survival of the 21st century African American female.
Daughters of Imani: Bible Studies by Rev. Richelle White and Rev. Tamara Lew contains eight multiple-session Bible lessons that focus on life concerns and feature female biblical characters.