Living Like a Girl of Grace
A Joint Bible Study on Relationships for Tween Girls and Their Moms
by Catherine Bird
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Pub Date 05 Apr 2022 | Archive Date 16 Aug 2022
Abilene Christian University Press & Leafwood Publishers, Leafwood Publishers
In Living like a Girl of Grace, the second study in the Girls of Grace Bible study series, author Catherine Bird encourages moms and daughters to explore what it means to build and sustain Christ-centered relationships. Some of the toughest experiences we encounter as young girls (and moms, too) are a result of the people we choose as friends. How do you respond with grace to a bully? How do you cope with the loss of a friendship? What does it mean to put faith over fear and begin to live like the girl of grace God has designed and called you to be? Find out together through a fun and meaningful exploration of these life lessons in Catherine’s next study!
“In a world where tiny screens try to remind us of what we are not, this Bible study points to the One who tells us who we are: God’s chosen and dearly loved children. This truth combines with the message that since we are chosen, we also have purpose: ‘We were created out of love for love with purpose on purpose.’ This message that Catherine Bird shares with such urgency will fall deep into the souls of both daughter and mother as they search for other beautiful truths together that will encourage, challenge, and inspire them to live for more than just likes on a post. Through deep discussions, heart checks, and engaging activities, both daughter and mother will walk away with a better understanding of who they are because they will have a deeper understanding of the God who created them.”
—Angela Ryg, author of Clutter Free Simplicity, contributor to A Moment to Breathe and CSB (in)courage Devotional Bible
“The tween years are often challenging for girls and their moms to navigate. Resources like Living like a Girl of Grace are a godsend for those of us who want to guide our girls to a deeper faith during these often tumultuous years. This Bible study for moms to do with their daughters is an opportunity to speak wisdom and truth into their hearts during a season when the world is telling them what they lack. This study will help moms help their daughters build godly friendships, which is such an important part of adolescence. If you have a tween daughter, you need this Bible study!”
—Teri Lynne Underwood, founder of Prayers for Girls, author of Praying for Girls
“For Christian moms desiring intimate, meaty, and eternal connections with their tween daughters, Living like a Girl of Grace is a welcomed treasure. Catherine Bird seamlessly meshes timeless biblical truth with contemporary struggles of relationship, helping both generations embrace Christ’s love for us and in us. I so wish a study like this had existed during my tween years; my mom and I would have relished drawing closer together as we also drew closer to the Father.”
—Ava Sturgeon, author of the teen Bible studies A Daughter’s Worth and A Daughter’s Heart
“Moms of young girls need a lot of tools to help their daughters reach their potential. Living like a Girl of Grace is one of those tools, helping a mom invest in her relationship with her girl and empowering a young girl to build her own best network of positive relationships in her life.”
—Lynn Cowell, speaker with Proverbs 31 Ministries and author of Brave Beauty
“As a mother of adult daughters, I can say that I wish I had this resource available to me when my girls were tweens. It’s biblical, relatable, and an excellent follow-up to the first book in the series. The emphasis on relationships with practical wisdom and insights for navigating friendships in today’s world will meet the real, felt needs of tweens . . . and the moms that love them.”
—Anna LeBaron, author of The Polygamist’s Daughter