Friday, May 10, 2013

A Giveaway!

A couple of years ago, a friend asked me to write a devotional for the young girls who would be attending a weekend retreat hosted by her church.  I recently ran across it and thought it would be fun to share it with you!  It is a short, simple 4-session study for Tween-aged girls to help them evaluate where they stand in their relationship with God and to be reminded of how valuable they are to Him.  It is called Bloom in Christ and it is FREE for you!

The tweens...ages 8-12...can be TOUGH for our girls.  Friends, drama, hormones, pressure from all sides can make a girl doubt her abilities, her worth, and whether this whole Jesus thing is all it is cracked up to be. My heart's desire is for our daughters to know who they are in Christ, to go into their teen years knowing they are a vital part of the garden of God's Kingdom!  I want them to understand that He wants to use them now to impact their world for Christ and be willing to say "Yes" to His call upon their lives.

Just leave a comment at the bottom of this post with your email address and I will happily send it to you.   You can also email me at

Feel free to share the link to this post with your friends and family.  I'm happy to send Bloom in Christ to anyone that has/loves/knows a tween girl who could use a boost of Jesus as she embarks upon her teen years!

Bloom in Christ
A Study for Girls


  1. This is chill bumpy that you posted this now. We are doing the story of Ruth for camp this summer, and I was thinking about you writing something for a devotion one night. We get to talk some about family not always what we picture, but God's design is the better picture. Perhaps parts from this would be better to add to them. Plus, I know a family that could probably use it for their house of girls. I'm gonna FB my email to you. I'd rather not have it displayed.

    1. Gotta love these God-events! And you can also email me at for the link. In fact I will go back and add that info to the post since there are probably others who feel the same.


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