Wednesday, May 1, 2019

Lies Girls Believe & the Truth That Sets Them Free

Dannah Gresh has done a masterful job of adapting Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth's book, Lies Women Believe for a middle school audience.  Not only is the content sufficiently adapted for girls, but the graphics and illustrations are perfectly designed for a younger audience.  The book is interactive, combining Biblical content with sections where the reader can respond and write in the book--a fact that greatly enhances comprehension and retention of the content.

The book itself is gorgeous!! The pages are thick and glossy--truly a delight for the eye which ties in with the glitz and glamour of the apple on the cover.  Centuries after Eve listened to Satan's lies in the garden, women and girls are still falling for the lies of the enemy. Gresh helps girls arm themselves with truth so they can live in freedom.

I cannot recommend this book highly enough! You will also want to order the companion guide for Moms to help their daughters navigate the book. What a wonderful way to not only help girls pursue the truth, but strengthen their relationship with their mother at the same time. In drawing mothers and daughters together, hopefully girls will seek out their mom when they face future temptations to believe things contrary to Scripture.

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Disclaimer: I received a free digital copy of Lies Girls Believe & the Truth That Sets Them Free from NetGalley. No other compensation was received.

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