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Dannah Gresh

So far so good but we really want to continue in this with our daughter. From the site: Studies show that the foundation for an emotionally healthy teen girl is built between the ages of 8-12 and that a good relationship with mom is one of the most important factors. So when the world wants girls to grow up too fast, how does a mother help her young daughter navigate ...the world?


Lies Young Women Believe will give girls aged 13-19 the tools they need to identify where their lives and beliefs are off course--the result of buying into Satan's lies about God, guys, media, and more. Nancy Leigh DeMoss teams up with youth author Dannah Gresh to speak to teenage girls about the top lies they believe. They then equip young women in the skills and the truths of Scripture that overcome those lies. This is a great small group study for teen girls.


Every girl from middle school on up (including moms) should read this. Dannah Gresh does a great job addressing modesty in a fun and appropriate way!

from Pure Freedom

A Girl's Guide to Best Friends and Mean Girls

A Girl's Guide to Best Friends and Mean Girls Friends can make or break the life of a tween girl. That’s why bestselling author Dannah Gresh, popular speaker and creator of the Secret Keeper Girl events, and youth educator Suzy Weibel have developed this resource that targets the hearts of tween girls as they grow in and pursue friendships. A Girl's Guide to Best Friends and Mean Girls springs from the life and example of Jesus, a tween girl’s true BFF.

from Pure Freedom

And the Bride Wore White

"And the Bride Wore White" by Dannah Gresh Amazing book that helped me in so many ways. Here's a read that won't dissapoint...

from Pure Freedom

Get Lost: Your Guide to Finding True Love

Get Lost: Your Guide to Finding True Love "A girl needs to get so lost in God that a guy has to seek Him to find her." AWESOME BOOK!!


One who has tasted of the life and freedom of grace does not want to go back to the death and bondage of sin. — Dannah Gresh, from her TrueWoman blog post, "Does Teaching Purity Contradict God's Grace?"