Great Things Happen When Girls Say Yes to God
Every Christian parent wants their daughter to make good decisions as she grows into an adult. Wynter Pitts, a mother of four young girls, is no exception and she wants to help your tween daughter, age 8-12, make choices that honor God and protect her heart and soul.
Smart choices begin with one word. Yes.
When your daughter says yes to God in every area of her life, the fruit of the Spirit—love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control—will take hold in her heart and soul, bringing her happiness and blessing those around her.
In her signature conversational style, Wynter teaches your tween girl how God can help her make good decisions and where to find solid examples from Scripture and specifically, from the life of Jesus.
When girls say yes to God, He can do amazing things in their life. For more information on this title, visit godsgirlsaysyes.com.
|Publisher:||Harvest House Publishers|
|Product dimensions:||5.20(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.50(d)|
|Age Range:||8 - 12 Years|
About the Author
Wynter Pitts is the author of several books, including You’re God’s Girl! She is the founder of For Girls Like You, a bimonthly magazine that equips girls to walk boldly into who God has created them to be and to resource their parents to raise strong Christ-following God girls who say yes to His plans for their lives. Wynter tragically passed from death to life on July 24, 2018, after 15 years of marriage to her beloved Jonathan. She leaves behind an incredible legacy through her many writings but more importantly in her four daughters—Alena, Kaitlyn, Camryn, and Olivia.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I was given an advanced reading copy of “God’s Girl Says Yes” by Wynter Pitts for an honest review of the book. This is a wonderful book for young girls. Wynter talks about saying Yes to God in obedience of his commands and how that can look in each of our lives. She breaks concepts down to an easy level for young girls to understand. She writes in a conversational style that makes it seem like you are just sitting on the couch talking with her. Each chapter has Bible verses that accompany the discuss and ends with a prayer. She also tackles the Fruit of the Spirit. There is one chapter dedicated to each of the fruit – Love, Joy, Peace, Patience, Kindness, Goodness, Faithfulness, Gentleness and Self-Control. The chapters are wonderful descriptions of what the fruit is and how you can produce it in your life. These are concepts that are quite difficult for most adults, but Wynter breaks them down nicely on a level that is easy to understand along with ideas to add them to your everyday life. I highly recommend this book for the young girl in your life. I plan to have my 13 year old read it and I expect she will get much out of it!
Inspirational and encouraging book. Making decisions in life can be difficult. Knowing you are a child of God can help with those decisions. This book is geared for young ladies but I think girls of any age will benefit from reading this book. I enjoyed reading this and look forward to sharing with all the girls in my family. Sharing with friends, too. I received a complimentary copy of this book. This is my personal honest opinion. No review was required.
When I can't see the whole path in front of me without directions, it is hard to trust I will find a way to my destination. That is how following God is like. Sometimes He calls us to tasks but He surprises us with unexpected twists and turns on the road to where He wants us to be. It is definitely not easy to listen to Him at times. But if we knew exactly what to do, where to go, and the plan to get there, we would be in control, then we wouldn't need God. I think it will be a life-long journey to learn to say yes, but I know He has some great things in store when we trust in His way. I love that this book is a challenge for girls to really go beyond what is mediocre and just settling for what's comfortable. This challenges me as a mom to set the example too. Are you ready to say yes to God? - Mom of 2 tween girls It's about different ways how we can say yes. I thought it was like a cross between a devotional and a book. It also shows the Fruits of the Spirit and how we can say yes to growing in each of the character traits too. I like the theme of this book. I enjoyed the little tips and verses inside the devotionals. - Melody (age 11)