Girls for God Soul Perspective by Mrs Katie Holloway, Katie Wood


Girls for God Soul Perspective by Mrs Katie Holloway, Katie Wood

Being a teenager is a trying time; it's a phase of life when all sorts of new problems and joys present themselves, from school work to boyfriends to thinking about the future. Trying to navigate all this isn't easy. Girls for God: soul perspectives is a spiral-bound collection of Bible-based thoughts, advice and prayers written specially for teenage girls. The author Katie is a teenager herself and so writes from recent experience of the rollercoaster ride young people experience. Covering a wide range of topics, Girls for God is accessible for both Christians and those on the fringes of faith, with all Bible passages taken from the Contemporary English Version (CEV). Girls for God: soul perspectives is ideal for teenage girls, both Christians and seekers. It is suitable for youth workers, parents, godparents or ministers looking for a gift for teenagers in the church. It is also suitable as a confirmation, church membership or baptism gift. Topics covered include: *When you need encouragement *When you're worried *When something good has happened *When you've messed up *When those around you need help *When you're tempted *When you're being made fun of *When you're jealous *When you're anxious about the future *When you're worried about your appearance *When you want a boyfriend *When you're in love *When you're having doubts *When you want to share your beliefs with others *When you want to share your journey with God From the author: 'I have written this book of Bible reflections, thoughts and prayers, because I wanted something similar for myself but couldn't find it. Although I haven't been a Christian for many years, my faith has helped me through a lot and I want to encourage others, especially if they are going through hard times, to stay close to God. I have learned that this is the best way of dealing with anything.'

About the Author

Katie Wood is currently in sixth form taking A levels in English literature, French and History of Art and applying to study English Literature and Creative Writing at university in September. She is passionate about her faith and about communicating that faith in writing. This is in fact the third book she has written, although the first two are teenage fantasy novels, written before she came to faith at the age of 16. She is currently working on another novel for teenagers, which aims to reproduce the gospel message in an accessible, funny way. She has also had poems published in anthologies through a young writers' magazine, done work experience (including contributing articles) for a local newspaper, and attended evening classes in creative writing.

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112 pages


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Publication date

20th April 2012



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