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- Publisher: Zonderkidz (November 3, 2015)
- Publication Date: November 3, 2015
- Sold by: HarperCollins Publishing
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01D5J9XRS
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30 Days of Goodness, Love, and Grace: A Faithgirlz Bible Study Kindle Edition
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The sections are not long and drawed out. They are to the point with plenty of questions and ways to get you thinking! My girl’s are currently working through this study and they like it! You can go through this study several times.By yourself,with your friends or share it with someone who might enjoy it.
The study is directed for 8 to 12 but talks about dating,temptations and such topics. So I chose to only have my older girls go through this. Although it has really great points and everyday topics that I talk to my 8 and 9 year olds about….They are not dealing with issues of boys and dating problems. You can choose to skip those sections also. Especially if your doing this study together. Which I highly suggest!
You can pick through this study however you want. A little every day or break them up as a weekly study. One point I love is it always tells the reader to go get there Bible and check out what happened to this certain person or study a bit more on topic. So these girls just aren’t reading this study, they can go get their Bible and get to reading!
There are multiple choice questions and points to ponder. Other questions that they can write down their thoughts and opinions on the matter. I love how this study asks alot of questions and has them look in their Bibles. It’s a winner for me, my daughters are enjoying it and I will be checking into more studies in this series!
While, I do believe that this type of approach is very effective for the target age group (8-12 years old) I think that it should also be partnered with a “real talk” dialogue that also addresses the issues that these young girls are facing at an increasing rate in this day and age.
Overall, I think this is a great text and approve of the author’s move to create an e-book bible study guide for young girls. Much of our work and social activity is conducted using electronics and an e-bible study will be a great method for attracting an already captivated audience.
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Additionally, I was frustrated with some of the content. The section on goodness focuses largely on outward behavior (here are the things that good Christians do. How many do YOU do? Try to do all of them!) While good behavior is important, what's not adequately addressed is the underlying virtues that motivate us toward good behavior, or what true goodness actually is.
Sometimes the examples given to illustrate scripture don't seem to fit or are confusing. Some sections focused on a really minor part of a verse and gave long explanations that didn't feel age-appropriate or deeply connect with the point of the verse. (For instance, there was a long passage explaining how mortgages worked at the time of the story of Ruth and Boaz.)
Overall, I'm disappointed. I'd hoped this would be a study my daughter and I could do together, but it's not suited to her age (she's eleven) and I think I'd spend more time explaining my disagreement with the text than actually learning together. It's also not broken down into a 30-day format, which is weird, since the title seemed to indicate it would be.
Note: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.
the bible into their lives. Anybody can read this book
but its target is for young girls. Isn't divided into 30 day
sections because you could always just choose to read
something from it each day for 30 days.