dear daughters

With Dear Daughters, Susie Davis creates a bridge between two groups of women–dear daughters and spiritual mamas. Dear daughters are young women in search of spiritual guidance and spiritual mamas are women just a little further down the road with age-old wisdom to share. Each group has valuable insight for the other and the hope is that the reader will invite someone to come alongside them, pore over the included letters together, and pass along wisdom and advice that will make both lives more beautiful, wherever they are in their God story.

This is a beautiful book — cloth bound, with an elegant layout, and sweet floral designs adorning the pages. Each chapter is headed by a different flower, and I loved reading it. It is on the small side, perfect for tucking into a purse to bring along with you on a car trip, or to occupy your time while you are sitting in a waiting room.

The content of this book was just as lovely, and I appreciated it. The style was very informal, very conversational, and easy to read. The content was a blessing to my heart, as well. I especially found the chapter on transitions a treat, albeit a painful one!

This is a gem, and I definitely recommend it to every daughter!

*I recieved a copy of this book form the publisher in exchange for an honest review; I was not required to enjoy the book, just to give my honest opinion.*

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I am a 23 year old young lady who is redeemed and saved from my sin only by the grace of God. A bibliophile at heart with a love of history who desires to see the Word of God practically applied to all aspects of our daily lives -- in our homes, in the grocery store, in the political realm. I strive to put my jumbled, chaotic thoughts down onto paper -- reducing them into black and white rows, letters, sentences. Into some semblance of sanity. And I share them here with all of you, where I can challenge you, make you think, and cause you to ask questions. I am the oldest of eleven children living the country life in the deep south.

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