A book to help 11-14 year-old girls become excited about living for Jesus in every relationship in their lives.
Now with a fresh new look, True addresses eight key relationships that 11-14 year-old girls encounter: themselves, God, church, friends, parents, boys, non-Christians and the world.
Each chapter unpacks one Bible passage and looks in detail at the different relationships, clearly showing what the Bible teaches, as well as ideas on how to practically live this out in their day-to-day lives. The book challenges girls to keep Jesus at the center of every relationship as they keep living for Him.
Every chapter ends with seven practical ideas to work through, a real-life testimony and a Bible study. Suitable for individuals or groups.
|Age range:||10 - 15|
|Format||Electronic book text|
|Publisher||The Good Book Company|
Sarah Bradley has a lovely and friendly voice in this book making it really accessible to young girls. It’s perfect for 11-14 year old girls, helping them in setting a godly foundation and boundaries before all hell breaks loose.
True is a super easy read, but it deals with deep issues. You can tell that Sarah Bradley is very experienced in youth ministry as she politely gets right inside a teenage girl’s head. The material on body image, which it opens with, is insightful and grounded. I loved reading it with my daughter, as it was very easy to chat through.... continue reading
I bought this to use with teenage girls at church. It supported the theme for our 'weekend away' brilliantly and was a really helpful aide. You never know what to expect when you buy online, but this book is brilliant. I was really impressed with how well it had been thought out and the content is great. The short discussion points/study elements at the end of each chapter really help reflection and were great for a group. There is a clear emphasis on scripture and it's written with a refreshing honesty, whilst keeping it about Jesus and not the author. It's also very well designed which makes you (and more importantly teenagers) want to read it!
You can probably see why, once I'd 'proofread' a copy I had no hesitation in buying one for each of the girls in the group!