Yellow Roses DVD Package DVD
Real Girls. Real Life. Real Hope.
by Mike Edwards; Larry Mead;
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Yellow Roses DVD Package
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Here is a week-by-week breakdown of each session:
Week 1: Yellow Roses Documentary and Discussion
Week 2: Too Much Pressure!
Week 3: Airbrushed Illusions
Week 4: Longing for Love
Week 5: Stix N Stones
Week 6: Peer Pressure Pushover?
Week 7: Was It My Fault?
Week 8: The Future You Hope For
The themes that are cover include pressure, relationships, self-worth, hope, technology, body image and abuse.
'Yellow Roses' offers a sanctuary for positive discussion based learning, bringing a beautiful new beginning to teenage girls. This refreshingly original approach to young women's ministry combines full-length documentaries with DVD based group study and this DVD package also includes helpful notes for leaders and questions for your group.
Weaving in relevant scripture throughout, each week holds a true story that speaks to the heart and ignites discussion. Young women cry out for release every day, God knows the truth about them and all they need to do is discover that truth for themselves.
Mike Edwards is the founder of The 5 Stone Group, a multimedia company based in Columbus, Ohio. Having on several awards and been commissioned by Sony, Ford, Google, and many more, Mike has bags of experience in story-driven media.
Yellow Roses DVD Package by Mike Edwards; Larry Mead was published by Navpress in July 2012 and is our 46343rd best seller. The ISBN for Yellow Roses DVD Package is 9781612911663.
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Details for Yellow Roses DVD Package
|Author / Artist||Mike Edwards; Larry Mead|
|Book Format||2 DVD; CD|
|Publisher||Navpress (July 2012)|
|Number of Pages||3|
|Page last updated||13th March 2016|