I love "Created" too! "PREPARING to be His Helpmeet" is for unmarried girls. Had you heard of that one?? I have not personally read it.
KayteMcCoy said Jun 20, 2011 21:02:19
A couple of these I have never heard of! Yeah for having new books to find/read! =)
The book that came to my mind were:
Fascinating Womanhood (this was extremely helpful tome, as a college girl I read it... being raised feminist this sorted out some stinkin' thinkin')
The Lady the Lord is Looking For By Cathy Carole... this was the first Christian book I read other than the Bible... it is simple and was just what I needed as a pre-teen girl. Gave me a vision of what I wanted to grow up to be.
Blessed beyond measure wife, mommy, coffee addict, boo-boo kisser, toilet scrubber & lover of the life God has given me!
Naomi said Jun 20, 2011 22:24:36
Preparing to Be a Help Meet is one I definitely recommend. It has been a great help to me personally as I am "preparing." I have not read "The Lady the Lord is Looking For" by Mrs. Corle but I have read "Heart of a Handmaiden" and I recommend that, also. Some others good books:
"Dear Princess" by Mary Landis -- written by a Mennonite woman but other than a chapter on headcoverings, it is a very good book for teen girls. It has helped me in my walk with the Lord and my relationship with my family.
"Beautiful Girlhood" by Mabel Hale
"Let Me Be a Woman" by Elisabeth Elliot
I haven't read them yet, but I've been told that Leslie Ludy's books for young ladies are very good, especially "Set-Apart Femininity".