Girl Talk: 52 Weekly Devotions

Girl Talk: 52 Weekly Devotions

by Lois Walfrid Johnson


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Girl Talk: 52 Weekly Devotions by Lois Walfrid Johnson

As you grow up, a lot of new, sometimes strange, things start to happen, and it can be overwhelming. You have new responsibilities, new opportunities, and a whole new set of problems, and sometimes it can feel like no one but you can understand what it’s like to be you.

You’re not alone. This one-year devotional is filled with stories about girls who feel just like you. As you read their stories each week and fill in questions about how you think each girl should react, you’ll learn new ways to deal with the pressures around you, embrace the opportunities God has given you, and make choices that give you the opportunity to dream. Through prayer and journal exercises, you’ll also discover there is someone out there who knows exactly how you feel. And he’s more than ready to listen.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780310755005
Publisher: Zonderkidz
Publication date: 09/13/2016
Series: Faithgirlz! Series
Pages: 432
Sales rank: 370,843
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 7.80(h) x 1.20(d)
Age Range: 8 - 12 Years

About the Author

Friend of families Lois Walfrid Johnson is a speaker, teacher of writing, and former instructor for Writer's Digest School. She is the author of the Gold Medallion Book Award winning series Let’s-Talk-About-It; Stories for Kids, the best-selling Adventures in Northwoods novels, the Riverboat Adventures series and the Viking Quest series. Readers from more than 40 countries have written to say, "I love your books. I can't put them down." Lois and her husband are the parents of three married children.

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Girl Talk: 52 Weekly Devotions 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
modconspiracy More than 1 year ago
It’s never too early to learn biblical principles and as a matter of fact, Scripture encourages teaching kids the ways of God at a young age and Girl Talk by Lois Walfrid Johnson is such an invaluable tool for a budding God girl. It is a collation of short stories good for a whole year of weekly devotion, on average about 2 pages per story from young girls and their life experiences along with their life lessons with a highlighted Bible verse preceding each story and daily follow up questions for your young one to work on, almost like doing a personal mini bible study. The “Let’s Pray About It” part which concludes the week's devotional encourages the young reader to further reflect on the scenarios and practice living out her faith through prayer. I especially like the prayers incorporating Scriptures on some of them. Aside from that, it is a great exercise for one to get into journaling. This is not a journal but it may as well be dubbed as a mini spiritual journal of some sort since it has pages for one to write on. I am actually considering to use this as a writing workbook for my daughter this school year who happens to be in 3rd grade. She already reads her personal bible with my husband (she reads from both the NIV and NIRV) and this will be a great mother and daughter supplementary activity to delve into spiritual growth. This book is in paperback and since it’s geared towards young readers, like any other paperback, it will not hold up well unless handled with care i.e. not being slept on which creases the pages and would recommend the use of a bookmark instead of putting dog ears. The pages have cute bird designs in grayscale which is visually appealing even for an adult. Overall, I like the interactive format of this book from the short stories and life lesson comprehension via daily reflection through the writing exercises/prompts. It is such a wonderful idea and would definitely recommend this to parents who are active and committed in developing their daughter’s walk with the Lord.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
We have a morning devotion every week before school for the 5th-8th graders to get closer to god. My youth group started it and its been really fun! Instead of having adults do it we have two seniors do it! They are really cool and its been a lot of fun! I sad that their leaving soon and I will miss all of the seniors a lot! Especially the ones in my youth group! I will miss them a lot and i guess i needed to get this out. If you want to suggest to some of your teachers about doing it! we do it every thursday at 7:45 or 15 minute before school starts! I hope you guys statt a devotion at your school ive gotten a lot more understanding about god and i am glad :-) i am thankful for those seniors and all of them for making such a big impact on my life! Thanks for reading Johnna
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Hey you guys :) With the Old ad New Testament, I use the Old Testament sorta as guidelines as well. And what is really amazing is the diet that God had the Israelites on in the OT was actually very healthy. Lol :) And about the reincarnation, I didn't ask my teacher yet, but Hebrews 9:27 popped into my head. "It is appointed unto man once to die, but after this the judgment." Man only officially dies once therefore he must live once. After he's died is the judgment. That verse says plainly what happens to man after death. Reincarnation isn't Biblical. Sorry that is all I really know.. :P And could you guys please pray for me. It is sort of personal, but I do need prayer. Love ya'll!!! ~ Aly
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God bless ur friend let him keep her safe through all te storms d confuon in her life ill keep her in my prayers would u guys mind praying for a friend of mine wh scoliocis she going to have a surgery soon and wont stop crying
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I will pray for your friend and your grandmother kimberly! And could you girls pray for a dear friend of mine who was diagnosed with cancer? God bless! -Raven
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Thanks for explaining! I think im republicsn cuz ive been raised tht way but im not sure who id pick i wish sarah palin was running...