Raising strong girls & compassionate boys a talk by Helen Briggs & Beth Shouler MP3 Download

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Raising strong girls & compassionate boys a talk by Helen Briggs & Beth Shouler

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Raising strong girls & compassionate boys is a Helen Briggs & Beth Shouler talk recorded at New Wine - 2014 on Parenting available as MP3 Download format.

Miley Cyrus, Rihanna, Simon Cowell, Gok Wan, Nigella Lawson, Harry Stiles... What do these names conjure up for you? What inherent messages are attached to the images of men and women in mainstream culture and in the church? How do we raise up young men and women to live outside those restrictions and embrace all that God has called them to be? This seminar addresses some of the secular and church stereotypes of gender roles and look at practical ways as a parent, carer, church leader or trusted adult we can empower the next generation to navigate cultural restrictions and find wholeness in their God-given identity.

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Page last updated 8th December 2016
Author / ArtistHelen Briggs & Beth Shouler
FormatMP3 Download
PublisherEssential Christian (August 2014)
ISBNNEWA08614L
Product Code4400663
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