The Smart Girl's Guide to God, Guys, and the Galaxy: Save the Drama! and 100 Other Practical Tips for Teens (Paperback)
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Smart girl, this guide was created just for you! . . .
The Smart Girl’s Guide to God, Guys, and the Galaxy melds spiritual and practical advice with humor—a winning combination as you’re trying to navigate the ups and downs of life with grace and confidence.
101 tips including. . .
- Save the drama!
- Be trustworthy
- Memorize scripture
- Make your bed
- Dream big
- Wear comfortable shoes
- Honor God
- Ask forgiveness
- Be a good listener
- Rejoice in the Lord!
- and dozens more
You’ll be encouraged and challenged with sound, biblically-based advice equipping you to stand up for your faith and live the Christian walk every day. . .plus, you’ll encounter some fun, common-sense tips along the way.
About the Author
Susie Shellenberger is a former youth pastor, high school teacher, and magazine editor. She’s currently a fulltime speaker and writer traveling 42 weeks/weekends a year. She has written 55 books, loves burnt hotdogs, and lives in Bethany, Oklahoma, with her two mini-Schnauzers Obie and Amos. Sign up for her free weekly video devotional at SusieShellenberger.com
Kristin Weber is a writer, speaker, and music teacher from Colorado Springs. She wrote several years for Sisterhood Magazine and has contributed to many popular blogs. Drawing from her background in comedy and media, Kristin travels all over giving a hilarious and powerful message about truth, culture, and identity to youth groups, camps, conferences, luncheons, and more. Visit her online and be her friend at: www.kristinweberonline.com.
I thoroughly enjoyed the writing and the pieces of advice given. This one is told in an easy-to-read teen format and provides great advice to teens everywhere! I suggest all Mothers get this for their daughters. It’s that good!
— Maribel Pagen
A very handy book, I would definitely recommend this book for anyone with a teenage daughter - has lots of really good tips to help dealing with the stress of growing up!
— Kirsty Aitchison
This book is full of good advice for teen girls, the authors truly understand problems teens face and how to deal with them.
In general, it was a good read.
— Fly with Paper Wings