You Always Have A Friend In Jesus For Girls (Paperback)Elizabeth George
A guide for tween girls on how they can live like Jesus every day.
We all need a friend we can count on and Jesus is the absolute best Friend to have! Athletes, musicians, actors, and other grown-ups – these are the people tweens look up to. But the best role model of all? That's Jesus – the hero who's also our Best Friend.
In You Always Have a Friend in Jesus for Girls, best-selling author Elizabeth George explores ten ways that tween girls can live like Jesus every single day. With God’s help, they can have:
· confidence to be who they are
· courage to do the right thing
· discipline to get stuff done
· faith that it's all going to turn out okay
· focus to reach their goals
Girls will see how Jesus lived out these character traits in His everyday life on earth, and will discover suggestions for making them real in their own lives. Help your tween become the kind of person others look up to, a girl who points them to the ultimate role model – Jesus.
Also available in Afrikaans under the title Jesus – die beste vriend ooit vir meisies
About the Author and Illustrator
Elizabeth George, whose books have sold more than 12 million copies, is the author of A Woman After God’s Own Heart® (more than 1 million copies sold) and Proverbs for a Woman's Day. She’s also a popular speaker at Christian women’s events. Elizabeth and her husband, Jim, are parents and grandparents, and have been active in ministry for more than 30 years.
CategoryKids 8-12 years
Size133 x 203 mm
Number of Pages124 pp
PublisherChristian Art Publication
The only thing better than a friend… is a best friend.
You know, someone you can spend hours and
hours together with and never run out of things
to talk about or exciting things to do. A best friend is someone
you like, trust, count on, and spend as much time with
as you possibly can—as much as your parents will allow.
But friendships are with people, and many times they
let you down. Maybe they turn on you or turn away from
you. Maybe they drop you cold as a friend. And sadly,
maybe they move away.