By Mark Oestreicher and Brooklyn Lindsey
Change is an inevitable part of life. So why are most of us parents shocked and surprised when our daughters change in unexpected, dramatic, significant ways once they hit the teen years? Girls go through their most dramatic developmental changes during adolescence. And they need parents to be there, just as present and involved as when our little girls were, well, still little girls!
As you read through the pages of various Christian parenting books, you'll find that A Parent's Guide to Understanding Teenage Girls offers a unique perspective on the subject. Veteran youth workers Brooklyn Lindsey and Mark Oestreicher will help you re-examine some assumptions and misunderstandings about this season of life in their Christian parenting resource, A Parent's Guide to Understanding Teenage Girls. Then, from a place of trust in God, you will gain a fresh perspective on who your daughter is and who she's becoming.
This book explores the major changes of adolescence, the influence of parents and friends, the onslaught of feelings and how to respond, and the significance of celebrating milestones in a girl's life. A Parent's Guide to Understanding Teenage Girls will offer wisdom, insight, and encouragement to respond well, react wisely, and engage effectively. This book on Christian parenting is also an ideal resource to prepare you and your daughter for the impending season of change and transformation, if you aren't there quite yet.
5" x 7" softcover
Mark Oestreicher (Marko) is a veteran youth worker and founding partner in The Youth Cartel, providing resources, training, and coaching for church youth workers. The author of dozens of books, including Youth Ministry 3.0, Marko is a sought-after speaker, writer, and consultant. Marko lives in San Diego with his wife, Jeannie, and two teenage children, Liesl and Max. Marko's blog: whyismarko.com. Brooklyn Lindsey became a youth pastor in 2001. She's authored six books, and shares with thousands of students and youth workers every year. Likes: pizza, dessert, bike riding, dressing up, and treasure hunting. She leads the middle school ministry at Highland Park Church of the Nazarene. Her greatest joy is raising her two little girls with her husband Coy.