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Girl Talk: Mother-Daughter Conversations on Biblical Womanhood Paperback – March 7, 2005
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—Noël Piper, Author, Treasuring God in Our Traditions, Faithful Women and Their Extraordinary God; Wife, Mother, Grandmother
"This delightful read is filled with warmth, wit, and wisdom-and loads of practical ways to apply the gospel to real issues facing teen girls. . . . I am grateful for this call to mothers to pass the legacy of biblical womanhood to their daughters."
—Susan Hunt, former Director of Women's Ministries, PCA; coauthor, Women's Ministry in the Local Church
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The book is written from a Christian viewpoint with humor, sincerity and a wealth of scriptural references. "Girl Talk" also provides numerous sources for "Further Study" at the end of each section. This is not a book for the faint of heart. The discussion questions are very revealing and must be asked and answered with kindness to get the most from them. The questions invite both mother and daughter to be open and honest about their hopes and desires.
I would recommend this book to any mother looking for a way to spend time with her daughters and have some thought provoking discussion on the difficulties in both raising and becoming a biblical woman in today's world.
In addition to working as a devotional for girls to use on their own, it could be used by moms and daughters together to talk through the scenarios in the readings or even used with small groups for tween girls.
My personal preference at this point with my daughter would probably be to read less made-up stories about girls and dig a little deeper into Scripture, but the book is a good fit for those who want something more topical and perhaps focused on life application and keeping an open dialogue with girls about the problems they face and how the Bible helps us handle them.