Whether you are outgoing or shy, a tomboy or a girly girl, silly or serious, it can be really hard to feel comfortable with yourself. This devotional is filled with stories and thoughts about how God created us to be healthy, strong, and confident—both with our bodies and our minds—because we are daughters of the great heavenly Father.
About the Author
Jennifer Gerelds, mother of four school-aged brave girls, has been writing devotional books for children and adults for almost 20 years. In addition to the Brave Girls series, she has written for Magnify, God's Little Princess and God's Mighty Warrior brands, Precious Moments, and numerous other children's devotionals. Her adult devotional works include Shine On Beautiful Soul! When God Thinks of You, He Smiles. Jennifer and her husband, Todd, have been married over 20 years and currently live in Birmingham, Alabama.
It is so important to let young girls know how special they are and to appreciate who God made them to be. Our girls are surrounded by so much junk with looking so good on the outside. This is a sweet reminder that God looks at our inside where the true beauty is.
This paperback book has 136 pages. The devotions start out with a scripture verse, Followed by a short narrative about the topic discussed. Then it concludes with a short prayer application.
The chapters are:
Works of beauty
Some of the devotions have an area that you write answers down. I like that it has activities to do. Also, there are some crossword puzzles and different activities.
I have read other Brave Girls devotional to my daughter and I will start with this one when we are done with it. My daughter and I have enjoyed our time reading the devotions in the morning. She was excited to see another book in the series.
This has been a wonderful devotional to read with my daughter. I would recommend this and look forward to other titles in this series.
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