Soul Sista How to be a Girl of God by Beth Redman, Mike Pilavachi
  

Synopsis

Soul Sista How to be a Girl of God by Beth Redman, Mike Pilavachi

Beth Redman, wife of chart-topping singer/songwriter Matt Redman, has written an empowering lifestyle handbook for Christian teenage girls, with two aims: to encourage self-esteem and a life of biblical integrity. Refusing to duck the taboo subjects, she relates and offers advice on all the issues that matter most to girls at this age, including image, fashion, sexuality, boyfriends, evangelism and prayer. Writing as a friend rather than a teacher, her style is chatty, pithy, funny and honest. Published under the banner of 'Soul Survivor Presents...', with an Introduction by Mike Pilavachi.

About the Author

Beth Redman is a singer, dancer and writer. She has worked in recent years in ministry to teenagers through Soul Survivor, and the schools mission dance bands World Wide Message Tribe and Storm. She is married to Matt Redman, arguably the most popular young Christian singer/songwriter in the UK.

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Format

Paperback
176 pages

Author

Beth Redman, Mike Pilavachi
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Publisher

Hodder & Stoughton Ltd an imprint of Hodder & Stoughton General Division

Publication date

7th September 2000

ISBN

9780340756775


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