Item description for Growing Godly Women: A Christian Woman's Guide to Mentoring Teenage Girls by Donna Margaret Greene...
Overview "A Christian Woman's Guide to Mentoring Teenage Girls"
A carpenter who doesn't consult blueprints is bound to be disappointed with the results! If your "building project" is godly young women---here's a detailed plan that outlines what makes girls tick, Bible study for teens, physical and inner beauty, bonding, and mentoring. An essential tool for caring teachers and youth leaders.
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Studio: New Hope Publishers - Arise
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.46" Width: 5.62" Height: 0.44" Weight: 0.55 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2003
Publisher NEW HOPE PUBLISHING #351
ISBN 1563097443 ISBN13 9781563097447
Reviews - What do customers think about Growing Godly Women?
Good Jul 21, 2008
This had some very useful ideas and some things that you should always keep in mind when dealing with teenage girls. I learned a lot.
HIGHLY Recommended for Youth Leaders Aug 28, 2006
This book is partly memior, however, it really stimilated my creativity in coming up with new ways to meet the needs of young ladies. I found this book very encouraging and reminded me how important godly older women are to young ladies growing in their relationships with each other and Christ.
I DEFINITELY recommend this book for any woman who is a youth leader or has significant influence on the lives of young ladies.
Not what it claims to be.... Sep 4, 2005
The subtitle of this book is what caused me to buy it. "A Christian woman's guide to mentoring teenage girls." I had been asked by a young woman in our church to mentor her through our 'coming of age' program and was seeking some resources, as I had never done it before. This book is really more of a memoir than a guidebook... and frankly, it is just terrible. The author has many years of experience, it is true, but never gives any nuts and bolts advice. Instead she wanders around the subject, throwing in seemingly unimportant annecdotes and stories. It is really, in my opinion, poorly written. But, for me, the biggest issue is that I didn't get any advice on mentoring my teen friend. My brief experience with mentoring shows that teens can be deeply spiritual beings. Instead of talking about ways to help a teen develop her spirituality, the author talks about having make-up parties and overnight social retreats. It was a waste of money.