Brave Beauty Lock Screens and Giveaways!

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In this time of growing from child to adult, tween girls need God to help them so they don’t feel constantly pushed one way and then the other. God can make us all brave and give us the courage to be the true individuals He made us to be.


Remind the tween girl in your life of who God says she is with these fun Brave Beauty lock screens. They can be sent via text or uploaded to your tween’s electronic device.

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Brave Beauty helps tween girls to:

– Gain confidence by accepting her unique qualities and understand how they can work for her, not against her.

– Discover who God says she is, in His eyes, and how He can help her.

– Discuss the tough stuff she’s going through as she changes physically, emotionally, relationally and spiritually.

– Learn how God’s words can help her become brave and beautiful.

Soaking young girls’ hearts in the truth of God’s Word can make all the difference! Think for a moment of a girl you know who needs to gain Christ Confidence and discover who God says she is.

Will you help her get there by gifting her a copy of Brave Beauty? 



  1. Jade Ford says:

    For decades, I was horrifically sexually, physically, verbally and in just about every way psychologically tortured and violated by father, step-father, mother, and other “caregivers. Am in therapy now, just complete 16 grueling E.M.D.R. sessions.

    Soon after I complete trauma timeline (extensive and exhaustive), I will then child/adult and adult/child role-play (Tian Dayton, Ph.D. techniques- youtube) with my therapist dr. This will be in order to heal my child within (my precious innocent little girl self who never got the chance to grow up).I’ve been in therapy now for over three decades, whew! And only after E.M.D.R. have I been able to see any healing progress and psychological growth. Currently, I am questioning my faith and up popped up in my email server your post of Ephesians 4:14. Thank you and so timely. I needed this scripture.

    May I please have a copy of your book for my little girl within me? I know this may sound self-centered or maybe even narcissistic. However, let me assure you that my trauama is real, I’m out of denial, and I am the living proof!. Thank you for your consideration. Jade Ford.

    1. Lynn Cowell says:

      Jade, thank you so much for being vulnerable and sharing your story! When I was writing Brave Beauty, I was definitely thinking of the little girl in us all. There is a girl there, who was brave when she was little and for many, that bravery was stolen from us.

      I am so proud of you for doing the courageous thing of going through the hard work of healing. I know that the Holy Spirit will do His supernatural work of healing in you as you partner with Him and do your part.

      Father, heal Jada fully and completely. Restore to her what was stolen by the enemy and may her story of Your healing give others the courage and bravery to seek Your healing too! Amen

  2. I have so many young girls I would give a copy to, but I would start with two sisters, Grace and Anna Kate : )

  3. Misty VanNess says:

    This is so awesome ?
    Zanna my old high school friend daughter.

  4. My daughters and their friends.

  5. Tonya Lokey says:

    I would gift this book to my 2 daughters. I want them to be courageous, young ladies that shine with beauty from the inside out. I have been looking for a series/book to study and coach into being the women God wants and desires them to be instead of what the world is showing them to be.

    1. Lynn Cowell says:

      I love this, Tonya! You can find a study guide if you would like some discussion questions to go with the book. You can find it here:

  6. Lindsey Schenkel says:

    My niece Camryn…such a beautiful, talented young lady that could use some God guidance in developing her confidence.

  7. As a teacher, this book would also benefit me, but my daughter, Anna Scott, is turning 10 in September and this would be the perfect gift! Thanks!!

  8. I would like to give my daughter Caroline this book for her birthday the end of this month. Shared on Twitter.

  9. Angella L says:

    I would love to give this to Ann my niece to remind her that different can be beautiful too.

  10. I am praying about starting a girls’ Bible Study at our church, and I think this one would be great! It’s a message so many of us need to hear over and over again. We can get caught up in things of little importance instead of bringing out the important things that matter to God. Shared on FB.

  11. My daughter for starters. Her name is Liberty. I have thought awanas in the past and I would buy this book and pass it out to all the young girls of the appropriate age. So relevant to today’s culture. Wonderful concept.

    1. Lynn Cowell says:

      I went to Awanas as a girl and took my girl too! What a wonderful program to get God’s word deep into young, impressionable hearts!

  12. Vickie J Fetterman says:

    I came across this today as I was reading my morning devotions. I would love to gift this book to my beloved granddaughters, Ava Grace and Maddie Faith, they live almost a thousand miles away. I love sending them special things to remind them they are always in my heart and prayers. aperfectgift!

  13. I would like to gift a copy of this book to my daughter, Gabrielle Abiuso. Today is her 17th birthday and she has struggled with her body image for most of her life. She doesn’t believe me when I tell her what a HUGE impact social media has on her self image, or at least she acts like she doesn’t. We moved a couple of years ago and she has struggled to make friends her age in our new location, which has only compounded the issue. Even if she doesn’t get the book, please join me in praying for her. Thank you!

  14. I would love this for my precious granddaughter, Nevaeh!!??

  15. Children I work with at school.

  16. Every Christmas I gift my great nieces and nephews books. Two of my girls (Jordan and Jadynn) are 12 years old. I would love for them to have this book to guide them toward adulthood. Thank you for letting God use you to bring this message to our tweets.

    Blessings upon you,

  17. Joyce McMath says:

    I’d like to give this book to my 11 year old granddaughter Zaria. She just started 6th grade and she’s had major losses at a young age which includes her father (2013), uncle (2011) and paternal grandfather (2016) due to complications from sickle cell anemia.

  18. Wendy Bronson says:

    I have a friend that her granddaughter Dahlia came to mind. She is a tween & I feel this would bless her.

  19. Heather Evenden says:

    This book would be wonderful for my 11 year old daughter, Abigail. She started middle school this year and she has blossomed into a young lady overthrow summer. Along with our guidance, I would love for her to have something written down that will help guide her in the direction that God wants her to go. Thank you for the opportunity to win this for her!

  20. Kristi Beer says:

    I would love to give to my daughter Caroline and then share with other friends with daughters her age!

  21. Could I please have a copy of your book BRAVE BEAUTY, for my grand daughter. My heart is heavy for her. I remember those years! Thank you!

  22. Terrica Smith says:

    I would to give this to my daughter Madison Smith!

  23. Gloria Galvan says:

    I would like to give this book to my niece Myka! Thank you for doing this!

  24. Stephanie says:

    I would love a copy to share with my two sweet girls ?

  25. It’s so important to connect with girls this age at a time of transition. I would love to give it to my daughter Devyn to help her navigate these waters. Thanks!

  26. Jodi Smith says:

    I would love to share this book with my little girl Addy! Thank you for this opportunity!

  27. My youngest daughter would receive this copy . . . I kmow she can be braver and bolder. I beleive this would be even more encouraging to her. God is growing her and would love for this to be just another nugget pouring into her heart. Thank you so much.

  28. I would share it with my 11 year old. We are just finishing up a devotional so this would be perfect timing!

  29. I have had my eye on this book since I first saw it appear on Facebook. I have a 13 year old daughter who starts high school in a week. This is what I pray for her daily. I would love to be able to put a copy into her hands. ?

  30. I would give copies of this book to my daughter and her friends in our youth group.

  31. Joyce Snader says:

    I would give this to my grandaughter, Liz. She is a beautiful mixed race girl, 12 years old and is very tall. She is reminded everytime she meets someone new. She is akward and would rather stay at home in her room with electronic devices as her life.

  32. I have not had to deal with childhood trauma but my granddaughter has had a short 9 years of childhood a child should never have….watching her parents destroy their lives with drug/alcohol addiction….tearing the family apart…siblings in different homes. She is with family but struggles to trust, love and feel loved. I want to help her feel whole again so much….but at her age I’m not sure of how. Help me help her…I would give this book to Callie.

  33. I would like to give this book to my niece, Rileigh.

  34. Toni Patterson says:

    I would gift this to my precious 10 yr old daughter, Amelia. 🙂

  35. Carie Ford says:

    Your devotional on Proverbs 31 website and your book are so timely in my life right now! I’m always thankful for God’s very perfect timing. I hope to share your book with my 11 year old tween, Lily. 🙂

  36. Would love to give to my daughters Maranda and Anna

  37. I would love a copy for my 3 girls! It is so hard to be in this world and not of it. My 13 yr old struggles with this the most. My other girls are almost 9 and 5. I want them to be brave for Jesus in a world that tells them otherwise! TY!!

  38. Janice Elrod says:

    Emma Lilje, my granddaughter. Congratulations on Release Day!

  39. Marilyn Dauer says:

    I would love to give this to my granddaughter, Evey, who just turned eight. She is a voracious reader, however, her book choices concern me. She is interested in books of magic and wickedness. Her mom, my daughter, is currently undergoing cancer treatment. I’m concerned that Evey will get lost in the midst of the turmoil at home and delve deeper into Satan’s trap. She needs something to catch her interest and turn it 180 degrees. I trust your book will do that.

  40. I would give the book to my daughter Lily…for when she is old enough for us to read it together. However, I have been social media free since February, which was a feat after being on it so long! I found it was getting me trapped in the comparison game and also I found myself getting irritated at people after the 2016 elections…from both sides. I look forward to some giveaways that don’t include social media in the future?!?! 🙂

  41. I would give this book to my daughter who struggles with GAD and depression at only 13. We need all the help we can find that speaks Gods word into her life.

  42. Great post. I was totally captured by it ! Can’t wait to read and share the book if I win one.

  43. Hope Croneiser says:

    I have so many I would give this to. But my granddaughter is beautiful and needs to know that God loves her inside and out!!

  44. Kerri Pruitt says:

    My 8yr old, Keagan, is struggling (already) with who she is Christ. I would love to give her and read together this book!

  45. I was abandoned by my mother at age 6, i was left with an alcoholic father and raised in bars. Seen women coming and going in my dads life. I suffer with depression, anxiety, ptsd. I feel unworthy and unwanted. But i know God loves me and i pray everyday for his grace, love and wisdom. For myself, children and grandchildren. I have come to realize God is my father even though my parents have both abandoned me as an adult.

    1. Lynn Cowell says:

      Patricia – you absolutely are a brave beauty! You have come so far! Thank you so much for sharing your testimony!

  46. I would love to give this to my daughter Madalin, she just turned 12 and started middle school yesterday.

  47. Oh my goodness, I would absolutely love this for my daughter who just celebrated her 8th birthday yesterday!!!

  48. Deborah Herny says:

    i am starting a new 6th grade ministry at our church Kodak United Methodist. i want all the girls in this group to have Brave Beauty. Anna Smock, Macy Reid, Abbi Baxter, Savannah Bates, Sylvia Castellanos, Skylar Frye, Reece Garner, Katie Wilson, This amazing young ladies need to learn to be smart in this world.

    Love these girls.

  49. For my daughters… Joslyn & Alexa

  50. Tenelle Wilder says:

    My daughter would learn so much from this book .. she is transitioning now in a number of way but it is struggle for her to realize how prefect she is in His image.

  51. My daughter needs this book right now. She’s just started middle school and we’ve had a lot of life changes over the last year. I see her drifting away and want to make sure she stays focused on God. She loves to read and I know this will help her! Thank you!

  52. I would love to give this book to my granddaughters. I have 6 them and 3 in the age group of 8-12.
    This is so important for girls during these years to know who they are in Christ and not to let social media tell them who they should be.

  53. Natalie Newsom says:

    I would love a copy of this book for my 9 year old granddaughter Aylee. Being raised by a single mother I feel any type of positive reinforcement would be loved.. Aylee absolutely loves to read.
    Thank you for your act of kindness

  54. Sharayah Arnold says:

    I have two daughters that I would love to share this book with. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

  55. Kimberly Black says:

    My youngest daughter Stephanie Grace ?

  56. I would love to share this with my daughter, Emmalyn, who just started middle school yesterday. Hopefully, we will make it to one of your speaking engagements soon. Love your writings!

    1. Does it matter if I shared on Facebook with a different email address than what I left on my comment? If so, I am leaving that email address on this reply. Thanks.

      1. Lynn Cowell says:

        Thank you so much for sharing, Becky! I appreciate you 🙂

  57. Hi Lynn. I’m so excited about your book release! If I win I will give this book to my 9-year-old daughter. We will study it together for evening devotions. If I don’t win, I still plan to buy a copy of the book. Sharing this post on FB and Twitter today!

  58. Pat Parker says:

    Well, I know I won’t be in the running for a free copy, although I wish I could be so I could give this to my girl. I do not do social media (tried it once, short lived) because of the VERY STUFF you wrote on the PS 31 site today. And it’s funny I JUST sent an email to a friend of mine about how my only daughter child struggles to belong to a group. At youth group, she sat alone. Everyone has their circles and besties and hers were not there. she makes things to wear sometimes and has a very unique personality. And when I asked her about others maybe making fun of her, she said she doesn’t care what others think. So I know she has a good outlook, but still, she was very down that she’s alone alot. Then the next night we went to the library for a class and again, she was alone. When I came to pick her up, there she sat with one of the instructors helping her out. In the elevator she said, “Well, I guess I’m just a social outcast in this world.” and although she chuckled, I know it hurts her. She is SUCH a neat kid too. I wish others would give her a chance. I am glad we home school because in the co op we belong to, they accept her and LOVE her. She has lots of friends there. but in the “public world” it’s sometimes a little harder for her peers to include her. Adults just love her because of her attitude. she is who she is. And that’s that.

  59. Thank you for giving us this opportunity to wish you book.i would share this book with Alexandria

  60. Katie Rettig says:

    For my own nrave beauties Riley (8 1/2) and Reagan (6) as we are on the cusp of entering the tween years

  61. I would give this to my daughter!
    Shared on Facebook.

  62. I would love to read this book with my daughter. What is put into our minds is incredibly powerful. I want to give her everything I can to guide her to God and His thoughts & plan for her.

  63. Delores McPherson says:

    I would love to give this to my granddaughter, Megan

  64. Jennifer phillips says:

    I believe this would be a great good for my 8 year old daughter Saige, I went through anxiety starting at about 9 years old and still fight with this daily. I can already see things in her that anxious thoughts and I would love to start with a devotional time each day with her and God!

  65. Autumn kelley says:

    I would share this with my daughters Lilly, and Bella. Thanks

  66. Chasidy Hall says:

    I would give this book to my only daughter, Lexi.

  67. I would love this for my daughter Stella ❤

  68. Stacy Hollingsworth says:

    What a wonderful tool for every young girl to reinforce God’s love in her life. I would give this tool to my amazing daughter Brynlee as I can’t wait to see the awesome ways God works in her life.

    1. Stacy Hollingsworth says:

      Shared this on twitter as well!

      1. Lynn Cowell says:

        Thank you so much, Stacy!

  69. Phyllis S. says:

    I’d give this to my great-granddaughter, Kamryn, who is beautiful inside and out, to encourage her to stay on the path God has set her on.

  70. Audra Cherbonnier says:

    I saw a young girl last night in a counseling session named Jennifer who is struggling with “being ugly”. She is actually really beautiful, but the world has whispered maybe even yelled those lies to her that she isn’t enough. I would love to use this book in our sessions to speak life into her soul of how her Abba Father has created her and made her beautiful!

    1. Lynn Cowell says:

      Amen! ALL girls need this truth!

  71. I would gift this to my two wonderful daughters and this would be a great blessing to us! Thank you for the giveaway!

  72. Clara Shelton says:

    I would love to give this to my two daughters Emily and Riley Jo

  73. For my daughters – Kayla & Brooklyn.

  74. I would love to give this book to my daughter so she can find her identity in Christ and be brave and courageous from within. I’d also read it myself because there’s a little girl inside me that needs to learn that Jesus loves me. I struggle with insecurity. I didn’t know Jesus when I was young, just began a relationship with Him 4 years ago. Thank you for writing this book

  75. I would love to give this book to my daughter Darcy. ❤️ Thank you!

  76. This concept is so very needed in this day and age! I would give the book to my sweet niece who seems to have the cards stacked against her.

  77. Last year God gave me a theme for a community wide event for girls 10-13 in Alaska. “2B Brave” is our theme this year. In the past 6 months it has become very evident that this is a “NOW’ word for these girls. I would love to give these books away at the event. If I had the money I would buy one for each girl. But, as you know this is a little challenging due to low budget.

    Thank you for writing about this and listening to the voice of the Lord to speak into these girls. As women of God we need to be available to speak into their lives and help them “…so that they may take hold of the life that is truly life.” 1 Tim. 6:18-19

  78. Cindy Page says:

    My niece Samantha! She is 11.

  79. Amanda Holberton says:

    I would love to share this book with my daughter, Emma, who is 9 years old. 🙂

  80. Stephanie Alexander says:

    I would love to share this with some new 6th graders coming into the youth group. Thank you!

  81. Melanie Dudding says:

    I would give this to my loving daughter, Brooke. She has just entered middle school and will be exposed to many areas of life that will require leaning on God and his word more frequently.

  82. I would give a copy to my 8yr old daughter. These exact principles are what I want to learn & apply to her life. She can be very timid & soft spoken, as I was. Having those characteristics open the door to being a follower & needing acceptance from the wrong type of people. I do not want the same to happen to her. I want to teach her that there is only one opinion of herself that truly matters. God’s.

  83. Gma Connie says:

    As I read your Proverbs 31 devotional this morning, Lynn, my great-granddaughter, Aaryn Louise instantly came to mind. She (along with her 2 brothers) were abandoned by their drug addicted parents when they were quite young. Aaryn was only 3 yrs old at the time and will be turning 9 yrs old in a few months. She and her brothers have finally been adopted by their grandmother (I am their great grandmother) and have made a lot of progress with their abandonment scars. However, Aaryn, being the only girl, has confidence issues and would benefit GREATLY by your book. (And she just happens to LOVE reading!) I, too, remember how awkward those tween years were as a young girl. Thank you for having a heart to minister to “tween girls”, Lynn♥

    1. Lynn Cowell says:

      Connie – I am so very glad this precious girls have those in her life to love on her! Jesus, heal all her wounds and may she one day she her scars as beautiful. Amen

  84. This book looks wonderful! I would gift it to my two daughters, Rachel and Erin.

  85. I’d love to share this book with my precious daughter Janelle, she´ll be 8 soon and will love to have it in spanish as well. God Bless You!

    1. Lynn Cowell says:

      I would love if my publisher translated it as well, Jacquie! That would be AMAZING!

  86. Paige Stovall says:

    I would give a copy to my daughter, she is in that tween stage and gets lost in her emotions. I saw your book posted on my friend Kari’s Instagram. Kari and her husband lead an eGroup that I used to attend for blended families. Their family is inspiring, the love that they have for each other and for God as the leader of their family is amazing. Thank you for your devotion today and your books for young women.

    1. Lynn Cowell says:

      Kari is my niece and I couldn’t agree with you more! The Barnes are an amazing family. Carley wrote several stories of being brave for the book too. 🙂

      1. Paige Stovall says:

        Awesome, my daughter is 13 and I am definitely going to look into getting your bible study to do with her. I am currently signed up for the OBS Worthy starting in September.

  87. Love for my 9 year old girl coco to have this

  88. Cherl McPhearson says:

    My little girl at only 6 years old is starting to already doubt how amazing she is in God’s eyes and calling herself awful names when she doesn’t do something perfect. It’s a struggle for us. We hate that she’s already feeling this way. I think this book would be good for her and myself and any teens I help mentor.

    1. Lynn Cowell says:

      I am so sorry to hear that, Cheri! She is blessed to have a mom who can help her recognize these thoughts as ones to get rid of ASAP and replace with God’s truth of who she is!

  89. Dalette Newell says:

    Thank you for sharing this. How often do we find ourselves chasing after the unreachable and unrealistic expectations found in magazines, on TV and social media when God has called us to rest in who He created us to be? I believe, at some point, every woman struggles with these very issues in one area of life or another.

    I, personally, struggle with physical issues. I was diagnosed in 2007 with Addison’s Disease. The medicine used to treat this disease is a twice a day regimen of steroids which leads to weight gain and other issues. In addition, I must deal with a dark discoloration on various parts of my body which, to me, is unsightly. But, in the midst of my daily struggle, God reminds me that He made me in HIS image and I am exactly who He made me to be. I am good enough. I’m even better than good enough. I am a daughter of the Most High King.

    I would love to share this book with my daughter so that she may share with my granddaughter, and that sweet Lydia Raine would confidently grow into the woman that God would have her become.

    1. Lynn Cowell says:

      Thank you so much for sharing your struggles, Dalette, and how God is helping you to overcome!

  90. Tara Sekayi Pannell says:

    Jadon Sekayi is my Brave Beauty.

  91. Stephanie Hardenbrook says:

    I have six daughters who love this! I have some great friend with daughters would who too!

  92. Mary Jo Cyr says:

    I would love to share a copy of this book with my 17 year old granddaughter and my 8 year old granddaughter. We are living in a world that is often so frightening and “worldly.” Nothing would give me greater joy than to share a beautiful Godly message with these 2 girls who I love so much. Thank you.

  93. Stephanie says:

    I would give this to my daughter. Thank you for investing in young women

  94. Linda Mae Green says:

    For my granddaughter Reagan?

  95. Kaitlin Krieger says:

    I would love this for my daughter and nieces. My daughters name is Chloe

  96. It’s a hard world to grow up in. Thank you for your yes to God’s calling. – I’d give it to my step daughter Maria.

  97. Triniti, my daughter

  98. My only baby, Leila, is struggling so so much with her identity. Her father passed away in July and she began self-harming, her connection with Gof has faltered and counseling isn’t helping. I would love to be able to complete this study with her!

    1. Lynn Cowell says:

      Shay, I am so very sorry. Your girl is going through so very much. Hold her close. You are the closet thing she has to Jesus right now. I know she will see His love through your’s. Hang in there!

  99. Sherna Swanepoel says:

    What an inviting cover looks exciting and inspiring ❤ I would love to give it to my own daughter and my best friends girsl who is beautiful girsl growing up and hope they will be a great role model and friend to all who meet them!

  100. Vernét Farmer says:

    My daughter Kennedy (12year old middle school girl) Jesus take the wheel! ???

  101. I would love to share this book with my 11year-old daughter, Madelyn.

  102. For Abby. Bless you all!

  103. My 12 year old granddaughter, Piper.

  104. I would love to give this to my daughter Azayla

  105. My 2 daughters Joy and Lorelai. ❤️❤️

  106. Jennifer Bowman Lauer says:

    My daughter Ayren is just learning to do Bible Studies through her youth group. I would love to add this to what she is learning.

  107. I’m thinking about my daughter Sarah. Trying to build in her an identity in Christ. So that all her experiences pass through that filter. Prayerful intentions but hard to execute. I need all the help and resources I can get.
    Thank you!!!

  108. I would love to give this book to my daughter Kiki. She is about to be at that difficult age if 13.

  109. My daughter, Maddie who is just starting middle school! I have been readin your blogs on this topic to my both my girls, (the other just started high school)… I enjoy the time we spend discussing this topic together. I have struggled with being Brave, confident and being my true self almosy my entire life, so seeing their confidence blossom has been inspiring to me! Thank you Lynn!

    1. Lynn Cowell says:

      Amanda, I love that we can learn to be confident brave and courageous WITH our kids! We don’t have to have it already to start learning to have Christ Confidence with them 🙂

  110. Shannon S says:

    I would love to share this with Mariska, a girl at our church! Thanks for the chance!

  111. Michelle BLAIR says:

    I would share this with my sister in Christ Adriana . Thank you for the opportunity

  112. Would love for my daughter, Natasha, to have this book. She, like many, has had a tough childhood with an abusive father. I want her to k now how much her Father in heaven loves her and for her to find her identity in Him.

  113. I would give this book to my daughter, Josie! And hopefully read it together. ?

  114. Lara Ingles says:

    I would love to give this book to my daughter. She is learning to walk with Jesus against the tide of culture and this book would be a blessing to her. Thank you!

  115. Johanna B says:

    I’m so excited for this book! I would give it to my daughter. She’s in Middle School and these are the toughest years I think…at least so far 🙂

  116. My 12 year old daughter taylor and I have been looking for a new Devo..
    This would be great! Thank you for this giveaway opportunity.

  117. My daughter, Leah. This is a tough world to grow up in and I think this book would be great resource to help guide young girls in the right direction…as well as help parents to guide/nurture them.

  118. Yasmin Barron says:

    I can’t wait to get this book and read it with my daughter.

  119. I would love to give this to my precious daughter Sarah. She is so into the popular and in things right now and is receptive when I share with her and teach her from the Word but she doesn’t have a heart or faith for the things of God. It worries me and I hope I can find a way with your book. She’s eight and a half now and if I can help her see the joy of having a relationship with Jesus and eventually help lead her to make the most important decision of giving her heart to Him. To me as a mother that would be the best thing I could do for her, if anything else, in the end that’s all that matters to me in the light of eternity.

    1. Also pray that I can stay patient with her and deal with her in love instead of irritation and anger. This is an issue I’m struggling with due to insecurity in my own life due to brokenness in my own childhood and its affecting our mother-daughter relationship. I want to be the best mom I can be to her and exemplify Jesus as much as possible. Please pray for healing for both our hearts and relationship.

  120. As I watch my sweet baby girl grow up I see the influence of social media and peer pressure becoming greater in her life. I am always telling her how beautiful she is inside and out and trying to help her discover her God-given talents and gifts. The more I can give her other resources to see her real beauty, the better. Thank you for this book of truth.

  121. Kara correale says:

    My daughter,Christiana

  122. Jessica Jackson says:

    I would like to share this with my daughters Rainey and Summer! I love spending Jesus time with my girls!!!

  123. Julia Lee says:

    This a wonderful ministry and very much needed for young girls and women that have a inner child that needs healing and to learn these lessons as well. Thank you for your ministry and offering to give away this gift to someone. The name of my daughter is Grace. Thanks so much!!

  124. Kristy Altier says:

    Thanks for the five away, it would be for my daughter?

  125. I have already purchased 2 of your books for my daughters. We are spending a few minutes each night reading and discussing a chapter. They can write whatever they want in the book and I promised not to read it. Because they are 8 & 9yo I wanted to be able to help answer their questions. I am in a Girl Scout group and would love to share this book with the girls in the troop. September is our mother daughter meetings about caring for their bodies, it would be a great time to present them with the books. I love this book.

  126. Sonja Brown says:

    I would start by sharing this with my 10-year-old daughter, and I would also love to share this with my Girl Scouts going into 5th grade. My single mothers would love to share this with their girls in my troop. I would also share with my fellow educators. Love this!

  127. Susan Milillo says:

    I would gift my friend’s daughter, Kailee

  128. I would give this book to my daughter’s friend Abby who’s really struggling with a lot right now and has been for some time.

  129. My daughter Sylvia needs this!

  130. Ruthie Wilson says:

    If I won, I would gift copies of this book to my daughter and her very close friends, as they are entering a middle school next year and I would use this book as a way to reinforce that who they are in Christ and how much He loves them! (Psalm 139:14). ?

  131. Crystal Quintero says:

    I have 3 girls, so this would go to my oldest who’s 8.

  132. Tiffany Tharp says:

    I would like to gift this to my daughter, Brooklin. She is struggling with bullies at school, while trying her best to still let her light shine for Jesus!

  133. Breeana Almeda says:

    I would like to share this with my niece julie.

  134. Would love to read this and share with my girls Life Group!

  135. mama posh says:

    I am a contact person for moms in Prayer Rwanda and I i have various moms in my groups that would love this book but above all, I have an 8 year old daughter (Posh) who is also a devotion prefect at her school, everyday she comes back home telling me about boys who disrespect her. It is affecting her class performance and sometimes I feel like telling her to resign from her duty but I do not know the impact it would have in her life. Would she always let er go in harsh situations? This book would be her anchor.

    1. Lynn Cowell says:

      Hello friend,

      Thank you so much for sharing! I am not sure what a devotion prefect is, exactly. I believe that our children can learn early in life how to hear and listen to the Holy Spirit. I would pray with your girl and ask the Holy Spirit to reveal to her if this duty is something He is calling her to. If He is, He will give her the wisdom and strength to carry on. If He is not, then the best situation may be for her to step down.

      As parents, it is hard for us when things are hard on our kids. I shared our experience in this post:

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