Head-to-Soul Makeover Participant’s Guide

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‘Teen girls often struggle with stubbornness, insecurity, anxiety, stress, irritability, and envy—which can be crippling at this critical stage in their lives when they’re forming their adult identities. Through the lens of culturally relevant television reality shows and magazine-type self-quizzes, this 10-week small group study will guide teen girls through an upbeat curriculum to transform their lives from head to soul. By exploring eight Christ-like character qualities, the study helps girls put discipleship into practice with a weekly ‘Makeover Challenge,’ and then wraps it all up with a ‘Big Reveal’ party. The participant’s guide contains ten complete lessons, including discussion questions, self-assessments, Bible study guide, group exercises, and daily journaling pages. The leader’s guide includes guidelines for facilitating a group, the complete text of the participant’s guide, helpful hints for the group exercises and discussion questions, and handout pages to copy.’

  • Subject: CHURCH and MINISTRY/MINISTRY RESOURCES/YOUTH MINISTRY, CHURCH and MINISTRY/MINISTRY RESOURCES/SMALL GROUP
  • Form Description: Softcover
  • Contributor: Shelley Leith
  • Contributor Bio: Shelley Leith is on staff at Saddleback Church where she developed the 40 Days of Purpose Campaign. She's the co-author of Character Makeover: 40 Days With a Life Coach to Create the Best You, and has combined the character makeover concepts from the book with the appeal of television reality shows in a teen girls' curriculum, Head-to-Soul Makeover: Helping Teen Girls Become Real in a Fake World. Shelley is a popular speaker on the topics of character makeover, self-esteem, marriage and parenting, topics in which she's had plenty of practice with her husband of 30 years and their five children. Authors URL: http://shelleyleith.com/
  • Number of Pages: 128
  • Publisher: Zondervan
  • Country of Publication: US
  • Publication Date: 2008

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