18 July, 2017

What Are Your Biggest Concerns for Your Daughter(s)?

*Disclaimer* I received a copy of this book free to review. I was not financially compensated in any way. The opinions expressed are my own and are based on my observations while reading this book.

Do you feel uncertain about what or how to pray for your daughter? You’re not alone! Praying for our daughters can seem overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be. This easy-to-use book features 200 Scripture-based prayers that cover key areas of every girl’s life:

Her identity–finding her security and strength in God’s love and acceptance.

Her heart–pursuing a life of purity and devotion to the Lord.

Her mind–committing to growing in wisdom and discernment regardless of her circumstances.

Her relationships–developing skills and attitudes to foster healthy relationships.

Her purpose–trusting God with her life, gifts, and passions.

With simple ideas to nurture your daughter’s faith from toddler through teen, this encouraging book will equip you to pray with more confidence and power.

*My Review*
I recently received the invite to read "Praying for Girls: Asking God for the Things They Need Most". I'm a mom of 3 girls (13, 7, & 6). I opened this book as soon as it came in the mail. 

There are nights when I just cannot sleep. I toss & turn, I browse facebook, Pinterest etc. Basically, I do ANYTHING but sleep. Now on those sleepless nights, I can read this book. It's very important for parents to pray for and over their children. I've tried to instill the love of Jesus in my girls from an early age. This book has 6 parts to it.  Each part has 4 specific prayers. Each prayer offers a short quote, a scripture, devotional, list of prayers you can personalize by adding your daughter's name, "just for moms" & girl talk.

"Girl Talk" gives you an activity to do with your daughter. I love that the book includes something for "little" girls, "Middle" girls, & "Older" girls

If you have a daughter (granddaughter, niece) you need this book near your bed!

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