A Girl After God's Own Heart: A Tween Adventure with Jesus Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-12-25 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 36 user ratings

" I loved reading it! I thought that it had some really strong Bible verses to help me get throughout the day. " said.

" a good devotional to do with my pre-teen daughter. It seemed weak to me, but she enjoyed it and seemed to really relate to the topics, so job well done then :) " said.

" This book really speaks to me. I feel closer to God when I read it. " said.

" My favorite of her young girl books. Very simply written and yet to the point. Directs you to the Lord! " said.

" I worked through this in Summer 2011 with a group of 3rd-6th grade girls. " said.

" Enjoyed this - Elizabeth George, as usual, does a wonderful job of sharing struggles with those she writes for - in this case, tweens. Probably a bit old for my girl (she's 7 but wants to be a tween LOL), but I'm sure it will be super helpful and encouraging to her in a couple few years. " said.

"This is a devotional that my daughter and I are currently working through. And while I was trying not to get ahead of her, I wanted to see what was coming! I originally selected this book for our weekly times together because of its topics (my heart, my space, my parents, my family, my school, my friends, my church, my self, my time, my adventure with Jesus). LOVE the topics presented. Very clear and concise. However...the book says it is for girls ages 8-12. I would say more like 8-10. My daughter is twelve, and while we are enjoying our time together and have a lot of discussion about the topics, it IS a bit juvenile for her (not the topics themselves, but the presentation). " said.

"A Girl After God’s Own Heart: A Tween Adventure with Jesus, by Elizabeth George, Harvest House Publishers, 2011, Ages 9 and Up, 112 Pages, ISBN-13: 978-0736917681, $9.99

Elizabeth George, a Washington best-selling author, presents an “adventure with Jesus” in A Girl after God’s Own Heart that can be used as a Bible study or devotional for girls aged 8-14. An age group the media and advertisers identify as “tweens.”

The Urban Dictionary defines “tweens,” ages 9 and 14 as “…too old for toys, but too young for boys.” While George recognizes young girls fascination with boys, teen idols and the anxiety of “finding themselves” she encourages them to develop a relationship with Jesus with these age-appropriate devotions in this “…crucial, transitional stage...” of life. ..Full Review:
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