WHAT IS THE BOOK ABOUT?
Can the character flaws of the flesh actually resemble a disorderly, neglected garden? Absolutely! God's Word is full of wisdom, assurance and promise! Ultimately, tending to one's spiritual garden will reflect a finer product, one which is pleasurable and productive. "Is Your Fruit Sweet or Sour?" is intended to assist with spiritual growth and can be used to stimulate discussion of ordinary topics which are age-old temptations and trials for any Christian.
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A twelve-chapter topical series developed for young women, this book can be used for individual and small group study, 7th-12th grade Sunday school curriculum, or for mother/daughter Bible study.
*An online answer key is available!
*Group leader guidelines included!
WHAT IS PRECEPT PUBLISHING?
Precept Publishing is my publishing business, an independently- owned company, initiated in September 2011. After two years
of attempting to get my manuscript published with a Christian publisher, I was encouraged by a (small) Christian publisher
in Arizona to self-publish. She provided me with many of the resources I needed to get started. "Is Your Fruit Sweet or
Sour? A Teen Girl's Guide to Christian Living" is
Precept Publishing's first publication.
WHY DID I WRITE THIS BOOK?
"Is Your Fruit Sweet or Sour?" is a result of my familiarity with
young women. I came to know the Lord in 1987, long after
my teen years! I began working with high school girls in 2002,
when asked to teach a Sunday school class. I saw the need
for solid, fundamental material which would challenge
and convict them in their walk. I had been freelance
writing for both secular and Christian publications,
so the next logical step seemed to pen a book!