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Publication Date: 2010
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Take a daily step of faith. Here is the devotional you've been waiting for: a place for everyday inspiration for everyday girls. On your 365-day journey through the Bible, discover topics that will have you saying That is SO me! over and over and over again. Featuring interactive quizzes, activities, prayers, and journaling prompts written by favorite Faithgirlz! author Nancy Rue, this meaningful devotional is just for girls and tackles the issues that you face each day. Use this girl-friendly guide to nourish your authentic self through the incredible example and gift of Jesus life and teachings.
Nancy Rue has written over 100 books for girls, is the editor of the Faithgirlz Bible, and is a popular speaker and radio guest with her expertise in tween and teen issues. She and husband, Jim, have raised a daughter of their own and now live in Tennessee.
clee5 Stars Out Of 5EnjoyableFebruary 7, 2011cleeQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5My daughter really enjoys this devotional. She looks forward to reading it daily! Just what I was looking for.
Debbie from ChristFocus Book Club3 Stars Out Of 5September 23, 2010Debbie from ChristFocus Book ClubThis year-long daily devotional is for girls ages 9-12. It's written in a conversational, engaging tone and is good at giving examples of how the application parts would work out in modern, tween girl life.There were 52 weeks with 8 entries per a week: one under the "Week #__" heading to introduce the week's theme and then one for each day of the week. The day entries included activities (quiz; ask someone; think about; talk with God; listen to God; do what you've learned; and share it). The devotional was divided into four parts of 13 weeks each. Part One was about learning more about God. Part Two was about how God sees us. Part Three was about how God transforms peoples lives (by following the stories of 13 people in the Bible). Part Four was about how God wants you to act.Overall, the devotionals taught good lessons and engaged the reader in a way that they would probably try to do the activities suggested and apply the lesson rather than just read it.However, I did have some concerns. Sometimes the author incorrectly summarized a passage. Sometimes it was obvious she was trying to make the passage fit her week's theme, but other times I couldn't see why she changed or added to what Scripture said. Also, I sometimes didn't agree with how she explained the meaning of a verse.Despite my concerns, this devotional is probably better than nothing and probably can engage tween girls that normally wouldn't do devotionals.I received this ARC of the book as a review copy from the publisher.