Living as a Young Woman of God: An 8-Week Curriculum for Middle School Girls

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Living as a teenage girl is hard enough for middle schoolers. Living a godly life is even more difficult! It helps to learn from someplace other than culture and media. You can help show young girls how to live as godly young women.

Becoming...book 2 is an eight-week study that will show girls how to live as godly women in the midst of the everyday life issues they face. With games, activities, quizzes, projects and crafts, movie clips, music, and stories, you’ll have your girls...

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Living as a Young Woman of God: An 8-Week Curriculum for Middle School Girls

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Overview

Living as a teenage girl is hard enough for middle schoolers. Living a godly life is even more difficult! It helps to learn from someplace other than culture and media. You can help show young girls how to live as godly young women.

Becoming...book 2 is an eight-week study that will show girls how to live as godly women in the midst of the everyday life issues they face. With games, activities, quizzes, projects and crafts, movie clips, music, and stories, you’ll have your girls engaged in a study that will help them figure out how to live life as the women of God they are. In this study, your small group of middle school girls will:
• know who they are, and what they’re capable of
• learn to deal with pain and disappointment
• grow spiritually
• discover how to deal with friends, guys, and parents
• find out how to become a woman of God

Walk with your middle school girls as they discover what it looks like to live as godly young women.

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Editorial Reviews

VOYA - Karen Jensen
Becoming a Young Woman of God and its follow-up, Living as a Young Woman of God, are designed as eight-week curriculums for middle school girls ages eleven through fourteen, with male counterparts to each book for the same age range. These books are interactive workbooks with brief explanations and lots of write-in activities and questions for discussions. They focus on topics such as what it means to be a man or woman of God, looking at culture and its influence, making choices, setting goals, and more. The female series focuses on feelings and self-worth; although the male series includes these topics, it also includes a look at leading in ministry. All four titles follow the same format and are easily accessible to their target audience. They also do a good job of helping teens personalize the information and internalize the concepts that are being taught. Youth Specialties is one of the leading producers of youth ministry materials and these workbooks continue in that vein; however, given their format, they are not suitable for most school and public libraries. They definitely work best in a small group setting that is focused on spiritual growth and development. In the copies reviewed, the Man of God titles included a brief chapter that was followed by a leader guide/outline to help navigate the discussion while the Woman of God titles did not. Overall the male-oriented titles were slightly more developed than those for girls, but as a whole they comprise a good series of books that meets its intended goal. Reviewer: Karen Jensen
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780310275480
  • Publisher: Harpercollins Christian Pub
  • Publication date: 5/1/2008
  • Series: Youth Specialties Series
  • Pages: 112
  • Sales rank: 708,172
  • Product dimensions: 7.38 (w) x 9.06 (h) x 0.38 (d)

Meet the Author

Jen Rawson is a junior high coach, and has a bachelor¹s degree in biblical literature and psychology. She¹s been working with junior high girls for over a decade, and is passionate about helping young girls walk the path to discovering God¹s plan for their lives. She currently lives in Valley Center, Kansas, with her husband, Ken, and their wonderful children.

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Table of Contents


Introduction: Why You Need This Book     6
Living as My S.E.L.F.     10
Living Whole: Dealing with Pain and Disappointment     26
Living Transformed     38
Living Deeper: Friends     50
Living Praiseworthy: Family     66
Living Complete: Boys and the Search for True Love     82
Living as a Woman: A Look into the Future     100
Living as the Real Me     116
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