Recommended Resources

Recommended Resources


A Young Woman After God’s Own Heart by Elizabeth George
This is a great book for the pre-teen/early teen years. A couple of our daughters read it as part of a weekly book study with other girls.


Above Rubies Magazine by Nancy Campbell
Timeless insights from women all over the world that are desiring to honor God in their homes.


Age of Opportunity: A Biblical Guide to Parenting by Paul David Tripp
Helpful advice for walking through the teen years


And the Bride Wore White: Seven Secrets to Sexual Purity by Dannah Gresh
An easy-to-read book for young ladies (and parents). Helps establish a heart for purity.


Before You Meet Prince Charming: A Guide to Radiant Purity by Sarah Mally
A fun book to envision young ladies to serve the Lord whole-heartedly during their single years.


Character Matters!: Raising Kids with Values That Last by John and Susan Alexander Yates
Practical ideas to help establish that fading quality in our culture: character!


Christian Heroes: Then & Now by Janet and Geoff Benge
A delightful collection of biographies that bring to life men and women that served the Lord withtheir unique strengths. These are great read aloud books!


Grooming the Next Generation for Success by Dani Johnson
An engaging and powerful book about not following the world, but raising children that are prepared to lead and succeed.


Expecting Joy by Mary Lou Graham and Marianne Kelso
A devotional book for moms-to-be that helps explore the nine fruits of the Spirit during the nine months of pregnancy.


I Kissed Dating Goodbye by Joshua Harris
A helpful look at what dating has become as compared to God’s vision for relationships.


It’s (Not That) Complicated: How to Relate to Guys in a Healthy, Sane, and Biblical Way by Anna Sofia Botkin and Elizabeth Botkin
A look at how young ladies can honor the Lord in all of their relationships with guys.


Keeping Our Children’s Hearts: Our Vital Priority by Steven and Teri Maxwell
This book reminds us that our children are gifts to us and that their hearts should be tenderly guarded and treasured.


Making Brothers and Sisters Best Friends by Sarah, Stephen, and Grace Mally
We read this with our children. Full of good teaching and humorous stories.


Raising Kids Who Hunger for God by Benny and Sheree Phillips
A great reminder that our goal is not to survive these parenting years, but instead to intentionally raise our children to love God.


Shepherding a Child’s Heart by Tedd Tripp
God looks at the heart; so should we. This book guides us in this process.


Sword Study Series by Tammy McMahan
An individual or family Bible study specifically written so that all levels can inductively study the same book of the Bible.


The 5 Love Languages Series by Gary Chapman
We spend a lot of time and money trying to show our children that we love them. This book helps us to target our efforts based on our child’s personality.


The Duties of Parents by J.C. Ryle
A classic book that clearly lays out the biblical expectations for parents.


The Family: God’s Weapon for Victory by Robert Andrews
A comprehensive book that illuminates God’s vision for powerful families.


The Mission-Minded Family: Releasing Your Family to God’s Destiny by Ann Dunagan
A helpful guide to training our children to be aware of others, care for the lost, and boldly proclaim the gospel.


The Secret Keeper by Dannah Gresh
An easy-to-read book for young ladies about their great value in the sight of the Lord and the importance of choosing clothing and lifestyles that reflect that value.


What He Must Be… If He Wants to Marry My Daughter by Voddie Baucham, Jr.
A good study to do with men. Helps remind fathers of their responsibilities and helps young men evaluate themselves.


What the Bible Says About Child Training by Richard Fugate
An inspirational look at God’s instructions to parents.


Will Our Generation Speak? by Grace Mally
This book is a wake-up call to today’s youth: Get off the couch and preach the gospel!  It is written by a young lady and the many examples are refreshing and educational. A great book study.

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