Just yesterday she was your tiny pink bundle-now she's a preteen on the path to womanhood. Moms, disciple your 9-12 year old daughters to become godly women with this easy-to-use workbook/journal. Each of the 16 weekly chapters includes stories, Scripture, and thought-provoking discussion questions. Together, you'll both learn about your life, your Lord, and each other.
Format: Spiral Bound Vendor: Moody Publishers Publication Date: 1997 Dimensions: 9.0 X 6.0 X .50 (inches)
ISBN: 0802421857 ISBN-13: 9780802421852 Availability: In Stock
Teach your children to choose the right path, and when they are older, they will remain upon it. - Proverbs 22:6 NLT. In a time where modesty is of little value and many kids have had at least one sexual encounter before graduating high school, children are growing up faster than ever. They experience pressures that, in days past, we're not faced until adulthood. They encounter situations that many adults will never meet. So how do we teach our girls to follow God when life around them at school, in magazines, and on TV teaches them to follow nothing but their passions and desires? How to we share with them that Jesus is the answer to their every question and the fulfillment of their heart's desires? In this hopeful and insightful workbook, Donna Miller shows us how.
Growing Little Women will provide you and your special girl with teachable moments from the Word of God. Filled with engaging stories, fun activities, and lessons on life, you will prepare her to become a godly woman and establish a bond with her that will smooth her passage to womanhood. In just one hour a week you can impact the future of that special young lady and nurture a friendship that will last forever. Time is ticking. Don't let it get away.
DONNA MILLER is the author of Growing Little Women: Capturing Teachable Moments with Your Daughter. Her husband, Don, is senior pastor of Westover Church in Greensboro, North Carolina, where Donna enjoys using her gift of hospitality to encourage its people. Donna further encourages mothers to mentor their daughters by leading seminars. Donna, Don, and their two daughters live in Greensboro, NC.