Item description for Girls of Grace Daily Devotional: Start Your Day with Point of Grace by Point of Grace...
Overview With its eye-catching design and contemporary wisdom, this devotional can have a significant impact on young women in their day-to-day spiritual walk. The messages and activities contained in this book focus on current issues in womens lives, such as dating, self-esteem, purpose, and more.
Start Your Day Off Right This made-just-for-you devotional from Point of Grace is the perfect way to make sure you are centered on God and ready for whatever your day brings. Each week is set up so you can pick and choose the activity you want to do each day in whatever order you choose. Here's how it works: There are fifty-two topics (one for each week of the year), and each one has five short and easy devotions. Each week has a brief message a fill-in-the-blank Bible study a special scripture for you to read and place in your heart an action idea for living out that week's message some space to journal your thoughts and feelings The five-devotions-a-week plan allows for a rest on Sunday and one "Yikes I overslept" day. By the end of each week, you'll be closer to God, deeper into His Word, and more like Jesus.
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Studio: Howard Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.2" Width: 5.3" Height: 0.6" Weight: 0.55 lbs.
Release Date Nov 13, 2007
Publisher Howard Publishing
ISBN 1416553967 ISBN13 9781416553960
Availability 0 units.
More About Point of Grace
Point Of Grace, the multiple Dove Award-winning, Gold and Platinum-selling vocal group, has been sharing their faith through song for more thanten years.
Point of Grace is an all-female Contemporary Christian music group. The trio consists of Shelley Breen, Denise Jones, and Leigh Cappillino. The group started out as a quartet in 1991, with original members Breen and Jones, as well as Terry Jones and Heather Payne. In November 2003, Terry Jones decided she needed to spend more time with her family after giving birth to her third child, and left the group, with Cappillino joining in March 2004 for their 2004 release I Choose You. In June 2008, Payne announced her retirement from the group, in order to spend more time with her husband and four children.
The group's debut self-titled album was released in 1993; since then, they have been recognized as one of the top Contemporary Christian music bands in the United States. In 2003, they released their ninth album, 24 - a compilation of 24 previous hits.
Reviews - What do customers think about Girls Of Grace Daily Devotional?
pleased Feb 26, 2010
I was pleased with how the books I ordered showed up in the mail. I was able to buy "like new" Bible devotional books for my Bible study group at much lower prices then a book store. That means I can spend more money on treating these young ladies to coffee and fresh bagels at the local bagel shop where we meet!
Fill in Scriptures Feb 4, 2010
I was reading the "Look inside" on this site and the section where you fill in the scriptures; it doesen't say which Bible version to use. If the bible we use is read differently, then the meaning may come out differently because it's not using the same words. You should indicate if it is the KJV, NKJV or NASB, etc. Other than that, I like what I read but will not purchase because it is not clear on which version of the bible you are coming from.
Excellent for a young teen! Feb 19, 2009
My 13 year old daughter really likes the layout of this devotional book. It is diverse enough to keep her attention and from making her think she is doing "some boring devotion every night". The format of the book is flexible in a weekly setup so that she can choose what type of devotion she wants to do each night for the week. There is also a check off list for each week so she can see what she has left to do.
The book also gives the teen 2 days off during the week, Sunday and an "oops" day. I like this format because sometimes homework takes a long time to complete and I don't want her to feel like she is breaking the devotional cycle if she only has time to pray that day.
So far it seems to be practical, real world advice for teen girls from a group of ladies they all can look up to. Teen girls are real into music and most love Point of Grace, so this book helps them get excited about a devotional that they can relate to.