Every Young Woman's Battle Revised Edition (The Every Man's Series)(Paperback)

    Every Young Woman's Battle Revised Edition (The Every Man's Series)(Paperback)

    Shannon Ethridge & Stephen Arterburn
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    Young women need straight-forward advice to help them defend against the assault of sensuality, and to respect and understand their developing sexuality. Pastors and youth leaders, college group and Bible study leaders, counselors, and parents will also find encouraging, straight-forward, and trustworthy help in this book.

    More young women today are becoming casualties of our sex-saturated culture than ever before. They need the information, the purpose, and the plan direct from God’s word. Showing teenagers and young women how they can avoid emotional and sexual compromise, Every Young Woman’s Battle explores God’s intent to satisfy girls’ innermost desires, and motivates them with practical help to seek fulfillment from the source rather than from emotional, romantic attachments. 

    About the Authors

    Shannon Ethridge is the founder of Well Women Ministries and best-selling author of Every Woman’s Battle, as well as a wife, mother, conference speaker, and lay counselor. Shannon’s passion is to equip young people in a variety of church and college settings to “look for love in all the right places.” She speaks regularly on the Teen Mania Ministries campus in Garden Valley, Texas, where she teaches others how to lead Well Women growth groups across the nation and abroad.

    Stephen Arterburn is founder and chairman of New Life Clinics, host of the daily New Life Live! national radio program, creator of the Women of Faith Conferences, and a nationally known speaker, as well as best-selling author and coauthor of more than 70 books. He lives with his family in Laguna Beach, CA.

    While their professional experiences have made both Shannon and Steve experts on the topic of sexual integrity, it is their roles as parents of young daughters that inspire them to develop this book—one that will help girls avoid becoming a casualty of today’s culture.