A Daughter's Worth: A Bible Study for Teenaged Girls   -     By: Ava Sturgeon
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A Daughter's Worth: A Bible Study for Teenaged Girls

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Ava H. Sturgeon, a longtime teacher, understands the unique challenges that young ladies face and gently guides them to Biblical truth through personal examples, humor, and journaling. This twelve-week study is ideal for church discipleship programs but could easily fit into private school curriculums or individual quiet times. For every girl seeking value in today's world, A Daughter's Worth is required reading! 188 pages, paperback.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 186
Vendor: Tate Publishing
Dimensions: 8.88 X 5.88 X 0.38 (inches)
ISBN: 1598863983
ISBN-13: 9781598863987
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