College is finally here hunny bunnies! As you embark on this new journey as a Christian girl in college, it is important that you keep God first in your actions and in your heart. The daily responsibilities of classes, study time, social activities and just finding the time to sleep can be challenging. So, of course, reading your Bible can become quite difficult to do during your college years. We understand that it isn't that you don't love God and have put Him on the shelf but rather, the pressures of college can be demanding and overwhelming.
The Preppy Gyrl Country Club Devotional for College Girls was created to help Christian girls in college maintain a devotional time with God, encourage discipline in searching the Bible for God's direction and provide real campus-life situations and challenges of daily living with scriptures as a resolution to a college girl's greatest struggles as a Christian on campus. The Devotional covers topics such as dating, pursuing love, choosing the appropriate friendships, depression, sex, drugs, alcohol, faith, atheism and unbelief, fashion etiquette, academic success and failure, discovering spiritual giftings, choosing a church home as a young adult and so much more.
Each daily entry has a supportive scripture in various versions of the Bible to assist in understanding the scriptures as well as encourage a hunger and thirst to become a student of the Word of God. Our prayer is that God will give you wisdom, knowledge and understanding as you enter this new season of adulthood! It is our prayer that you never lose your zeal for God! Have a wonderful college year!
|Publisher:||Black Teen Girl Books & Bubblegum|
|Product dimensions:||4.00(w) x 6.00(h) x 0.64(d)|
|Age Range:||13 - 18 Years|
About the Author
LaToya N. Ausley is an African-American Teen and YA novelist. She is the wife of her college sweetheart, Donell Ausley and the mother of a young gentleman. She is a lover of God and has a heart for young ladies with hurting hearts and challenging backgrounds. It is her desire to see young ladies overcome obstacles, complete graduate degrees, have lucrative careers, enter healthy relationships, and be assured of their identity as Christians that love God with no shame. LaToya believes that campus living is tempting and can be a season of heightened sin. She ministers to the needs of young ladies using decision-making with raw themes as the styles of her literature.
LaToya was born and raised in the Englewood neighborhood of Chicago. Professionally, she served in university administration within the Student Affairs department for 5 years. LaToya graduated valedictorian of her eighth grade and high school classes. She appeared on Chicago's Know Your Heritage, a televised academic competition for high school students. She also was awarded the Chicago Scholars award. In 2005, she received her B.A in Psychology /Clinical Counseling from Saint Xavier. Her master's degree is in Higher Education Administration from Governors State University where she maintained a 4.0 G.P.A. LaToya began her Doctoral studies at Benedictine University in Higher Education Administration and Social Change. She also studies Cognitive Science and its emphasis on how the brain processes learning and memory. "I absolutely love the brain!"