Boy writes book on dating
Paula knows firsthand about the “expulsive power of a new affection.” Take the quiz in the first chapter and see if this book is for you or for someone you know.Paula allows us to take a peek into her life through stories, transparent journal entries, and God’s guidance along the way.The child, now 16-years-old, told doctors and family members how while he was asleep, an angel lifted him up to heaven to meet Jesus and Satan.His fascinating story was eventually turned into a best-selling novel with the help of his father in 2010 entitled, 'The Boy Who Came Back From Heaven.' An excerpt from the book describes heaven as "perfect" and upon arrival, there was a "really tall gate" that was white and shiny. "I said I went to heaven because I thought it would get me attention.From the boy that fought to have his name called at graduation, to Jazz Jennings, the girl who wrote a book about her real life experiences as a transgender child, meet 10 young people that are fighting for their gender identity.Jazz Jennings is an advocate for transgender children and has written a book, I Am Jazz , detailing her experiences as a transgender girl.I’ve gone through an entire alphabet—and more—of boys over the years.
And she will point you to the only true Satisfaction for a heart that longs to be chosen and cherished. If you are a boy-crazy girl (or woman) or if you’re a mom or grandmother who knows one, this book is a wonderful resource. Here is warm, wise, and clear-headed counsel from someone who has dug past the surface and has identified the root cause of boy-craziness.
Eric and Leslie Ludy are back again to tell their love story to a generation in a way that is both poignant and full of life lessons.
For teens that are still not sure what dating can be like for Christians, their God-written romance will entertain and teach at the same time.
Written for teen girls, Confessions of a Boy-Crazy Girl will help you on your own journey from neediness to freedom. Teenage girls often look to others for security and significance—most often, it’s boys. That was me at the age of sixteen, and had someone put this book in my hands back then, who knows the heartaches I could’ve avoided.
What a joy it has been to watch Paula on her “journey from neediness to freedom.” The transformation has been nothing short of remarkable. I cannot tell you how much it related to me and gave me the example and Scripture I needed to get through my obstacles.