There is so much to learn about being a girl. So many of us moms are still discovering this and hungry for help. We want to help moms discover their own courage in raising a daughter who knows herself as LOVED.
Gather a group of women who are ready to commit to the Courageous Girls Journey.
Meet together regularly to have intentional conversations guided by the curriculum.
Surround yourself and daughter in a community rooted and growing in grace.
Equipping moms with biblical and clinical wisdom for every stage of their daughter’s growing years in order to raise up a generation of courageous girls who are rooted in grace, resiliency, and unwavering purpose.
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InCourage: Raising Daughters Rooted in Grace
Whether you are a mom of daughters, or a woman investing in the next generation of girls, InCourage is written for you. Touching on the common issues we face as women, such as the comparison game, body image, sexuality, identity, friendships, and more, InCourage reminds us that transformation of our communities and cultures starts with us.
Visit InCourageBook.com to learn more
Thought for today...
“If you want to have good friends (and teach your daughter how to have good friendships), you need to be a good friend. If you wish others would extend an invitation, be the first to invite. Scottish pastor Alistair Begg once said, “The love of God is an initiative-taking love; in fact, genuine love always takes the initiative.” Though it feels intimidating, and may trigger our fears of rejection and pride, this is the reality of where friendship begins. Someone needs to initiate. If you want to be friends with someone, I would challenge you to believe that God is asking you to take a step forward in faith.”- InCourage, p. 118