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The questions in this new Faithgirlz!â„¢ journal focus on your life, family, friends, and future. Because your favorites and issues seem to change every day, the same set of questions are repeated in each section. Includes quizzes to promote reflection and stickers to add fun!
Just Between You and God Looking for a place to dream, doodle, and record your innermost questions and secrets? You'll find what you're looking for in the pages of the Faithgirlz Journal, with plenty of space for you to discover who you are, explore who God is shaping you to be, or write down whatever inspires you. Each journal page has relevant quotes and powerful Bible verses to encourage you on your walk with God. So grab a pen, colored pencils, or even a handful of markers. Whatever you write is just between you and God.
The Faithgirlz! Handbook is full of activities, Bible stories, and discussion questions that will bring girls and their friends closer to God and more in touch with his Word. Here is everything girls need to start their own Faithgirlz club and to connect more deeply with God, the Bible, and their friends!
Whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things. —Philippians 4:8 Did you know you can totally change your life by changing your thoughts? Well, you can, and Whatever Is Lovely: A 90-Day Devotional Journal can get you started. With examples based on girls just like you, each of these 90 devotionals will show you how to fill your head and your heart with virtues taken straight from Philippians 4:8, helping you grow closer to God and the amazing life he intended for you. Featuring a trendy color interior, a ribbon marker, and journaling lines for you to write your thoughts, Whatever Is Lovely will inspire you to read and reflect on the devotionals every single day.
Written by bestselling author Dandi Daley mackall, in this series girls use Internet technology to unite and connect in powerful new ways.Discover a world where girls come together from completely different backgrounds and beliefs to start a journey of faith and self-discovery.When Jazz gets her big break—her own one-woman art show for Big Lake’s Spring Fling celebration—she’s ecstatic ... until Kendra, her special needs sister,ruins her paintings by trying to make them happier and more colorful. Jazz discovers she can’t control her anger, and her rage at family and friends grows to the point that she recognizes the need for Christ to cover her sins and change her from the inside.DANDI DALEY MACKALL won her first writing contest when she was ten years old with fifty words on why she wanted to be a batboy. She won, but they wouldn’t let a girl be a batboy. It was her first taste of rejection. She bounced back and has since published 400 books. Dandi lives in rural West Salem, OH, and enjoys her husband and kids, who will still, on occasion, be up for a game of family softball.
Gracie’s always been good at handling everything herself, but pressures at school and personal disappointments prove almost more than she can bear in this fifth book in the Blog On series. Will she learn to share her burdens with God and with her friends before she cracks?
Written by bestselling author Dandi Daley mackall, in this series girls use Internet technology to unite and connect in powerful new ways.Discover a world where girls come together from completely different backgrounds and beliefs to start a journey of faith and self-discovery.Storm Novelo can’t understand why she’s messing up more now than before she became a Christian. Believing she’s at least partly to blame for her dad’sdepression, Storm is determined to make him proud by joining the Quiz Bowl team, a move that pits her against Cameron Worthington the Third and teammates who’ll do everything they can to see her fail. Storm comes to understand that she’s more conscious of her faults because she’s growing in Christ. DANDI DALEY MACKALL won her first writing contest when she was ten years old with fifty words on why she wanted to be a batboy. She won, but they wouldn’t let a girl be a batboy. It was her first taste of rejection. She bounced back and has since published 400 books. Dandi lives in rural West Salem, OH, and enjoys her husband and kids, who will still, on occasion, be upfor a game of family softball.

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