A follow-up to our well-loved book Made For More, Kallos brings you Made for More: Living Out God’s Best, another series of heartfelt articles exploring various issues that young women face. Hear from fellow sisters about their struggles. Share their joys, trials and victories in this journey of loving God. Complete with checklists, reflection points and helps in the back for small group discussions, this book will guide you through the challenges of life.
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– Move beyond the stress of exams and create a better vision for your studies
– Hear from sisters who overcame their mental health struggles
– Discover God’s design for love and sexuality
– Recognise what makes a good friend and how to be one
– Learn how to love your (less than perfect) families
– Explore how to live out your faith with passion and purpose
Comes with a Leader’s Guide for 6 fun group discussions!
The personal life stories of the writers, the constant reference to the Word, the sovereignty and grace of God, as well as the carefully selected reflection questions to deepen lessons learned, will help each young woman to live out God’s best for her! – Jason Wong, Founder of Dads For Life
Every girl navigating decisions about faith, purpose and relationships must read this book! Filled with authentic stories and truth from God’s Word, there is no doubt readers will find support for the tough questions of life that they may be asking! – Ps Lydia Chen, Next Gen Pastor, Glad Tidings Church
Very inspiring and motivating for teen girls, as it contains many godly and heartfelt stories. It also covers many issues that girls like me can relate to. It’s very assuring to know that there are Christians out there who also struggle with the same issues that I do! – Ashley, 17
As a small group leader in my youth ministry, I am always looking out for applicable and thought-provoking resources that help my members dig deeper into various heart issues. Made For More: Living Out God’s Best is one such resource in a sea of secular ideologies, extending a warm invitation to young women to glean from the experiences of godly women who have gone before them. – Sarah See, Small group leader