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Publisher's Summary

Lies Young Women Believe will give girls aged 13-19 the tools they need to identify where their lives and beliefs are off course - the result of buying into Satan's lies about God, guys, media, and more.

Nancy Leigh DeMoss teams up youth author Dannah Gresh to speak to teenage girls about the top lies they believe. They then equip young women in the skills and the truths of Scripture that overcome those lies.

©2008 Dannah Gresh & Nancy Leigh DeMoss (P)2008 Oasis Audio

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I wish I had this book before dating.

I just bought this to listen to with my 11 yr old daughter. I pray she lives a free life from lies and shines the light of Jesus in her friend's lives

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For me as mother of 2 girls was a helpful book to remind me that can happen or will happen to my girls as many lies that as youth woman one day I believed them too.And how to help them .

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Deliverance! A Sweet Experience :)

Appreciate the time and effort that was put in the writing of this book. I have a heart for young women of faith and this is a book I certainly recommend.

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Made me think....

Makes one think of what we do,what we have done,or what we may do in a close or far future. Also makes me feel guilty. This is what I call a thinking book. Not a devotional,but more on the side of a book that gives advice,and this book is sometimes very serious,and sometimes is fun. I recommend to all young women,and women of all ages. Not for girls under 12 years old.