Becoming God’s True Woman…While I Still Have a Curfew {Review & Giveaway}

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Being in youth ministry, we’re always looking for great resources to share with our youth.  Added to the fact that Q loves books, we’re always looking for great books to share with them!  They even know that their birthday’s and our Christmas parties will involve a book of some sort! :)

So, when I had the opportunity to review Becoming God’s True Woman…While I Still Have a Curfew by Susan Hunt and Mary A. Kassian, I was thrilled to possibly find another resource; especially for my girl’s!

“You’re becoming a young woman.  Do you wonder what the days and years ahead hold for you?  Who did God make you to be?  What kind of person will you become?  What does God’s Word say about things like beauty, friendships, guys, and dating?

I loved the layout of the book.  Susan Hunt uses the first part of the book to share  basic biblical principles and Mary Kassian “gives practical implications of these principles” in part two.
The book is set up as a bible study type tool, so each chapter is fairly short, but provides an abundance of information.  At the end of each chapter are different ways to implement what you’ve learned as well as real life girls giving their input!
  • Time to Read: one or more bible verses that coincide with the chapter’s theme
  • Time to Think: a few questions to apply what you’ve learned
  • Time to Pray: a time to pray and write down your prayers for the chapter
  • Time to Live for God’s Glory: a practical tip and thought to take with you
Topics include media, modest dress, biblical submission, living a self-controlled life, time management, the Bible and sex before marriage, dating, hypocrisy, treasuring Christ above all, and more — all geared toward teen girls.
To say I’ve been impressed with this study is an understatement.  Filled with God’s truth and practicality, I haven’t run into a resource for teen girls like this one, ever.  I’m so impressed with this study that I’ve decided to use it as our discipleship training material on Sunday nights, starting in the new year.
I am convinced that any teen girl that studies this will either change their view of biblical womanhood or strive to live an even more God honoring lifestyle than they already are.  What I would give to go back and have the opportunity to study something like this during my teen years!
Today, one reader will win a copy of Becoming God’s True Woman…While I Still Have a Curfew!  To enter, use the Rafflecopter form below.

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Moody Publishers provided a copy of Becoming God’s True Woman…While I Still Have a Curfew for me to review and keep.  All opinions are my own.
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Christie is a stay-at-home mom to two beautiful little girls, a pastor's wife, and lover of Jesus. Her hope is that STC would be a source of encouragement for women all over the world!

Comments

  1. says

    I co-lead the tween group at our church and we’re looking into a book for our girls. I’d like to read this one and see if it would be a good fit. Winning it in a giveaway would be great, too! Thank you for hosting this.

  2. Anonymous says

    I would share this book with my daughter. Thanks for the review and opportunity.
    Amy D
    msplaced42 day at yahoo dot com

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