A Young Woman After
Godís Own Heart

A Teenís Guide To Friends, Faith, Family,
and the Future
 
 

by
Elizabeth George

Book cover of A Young Woman After God's Own Heart by Elizabeth George.

 

The author of A Young Woman After Godís Own Heart, Elizabeth George, has a conversational style that is easy to understand and lively. The tone is caring like an involved teacher who is encouraging a student:
ďMy heart is so full of the many wonderful things I want to share with you. I donít want you to struggle and fail, to suffer and flop around like I didÖIím trying to give you some shortcuts to spiritual growth.Ē
Any teenager who would follow the advice given in this book will avoid many heartaches; will develop a strong foundation of good habits and excellent character; and will discover a way to live that leads to a future with purpose and genuine success.

The book is written for young teens who are serious about following the instructions of Jesus. But I would encourage every young woman to read and consider committing herself to living this way. You have a lot to gain, including self-respect, if you do, and a lot to lose, including self-respect, if you do not.
 
 
 
Book Review
By Scarlett Stough
Title: A Young Woman After Godís Own Heart, A Teenís Guide To Friends, Faith, Family, and the Future
Author: Elizabeth George, (copyright 2003)
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers, Eugene, Oregon, 97402
ISBN: 0-7369-0789-0 (pbk)

 
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