Jackie Kendall's New Book! Raising a Lady in Waiting: Parent's Guide to Helping Your Daughter Avoid a Bozo
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Raising Daughters Who Refuse to Settle
In a culture that emphasizes finding the right pair of jeans over waiting for the right man, there is no time to sit back and hope everything just pans out. Mom, you are your daughter’s greatest influence, mentor, and relationship coach. It is time to take action!
The most important decision of your daughter’s life is who will be her Master; the second is who will be her “mister.” You play a vital role in preparing her to make this choice. Bestselling author, Jackie Kendall, opens her heart and candidly shares four decades’ worth of experience with mothers who are raising daughters to navigate the challenges of relationships.
These principles help you effectively guide your daughter to:
Maintain high relationship standards
Guard her mind from false relationship images
Teach her the value of waiting for God’s best
Kids are passing school while flunking in relationships. Raising a Lady in Waiting provides you with the keys necessary to safeguard your daughter from pursuing “Bozos” and prepares her for the “Boaz” God has waiting.
-Michele Wetteland, Mom of Five, Children’s Author, Wife to NY Yankee World Series MVP, John Wetteland
JACKIE NEEDS YOUR HELP -
Will you join with Jackie and help spread the word about her new book and in-depth study courses for families and churches so that no one else has to date a bozo, but can learn the art of being a lady of:
- and more...
20 YEARS OF CHANGE -
For almost 20 years Jackie Kendall has touched and changed thousands of lives around the world with her bestselling book Lady in Waiting which has sold over 500,000 copies.
THE NEXT GENERATION -
This April, she's back at it with a burning desire to help mothers learn the secrets to Raising a Lady in Waiting and teach their daughters to say, "No!" to Bozos. But she can't do it without you.
THE MOVEMENT BEGINS IN APRIL -
This April 19th Jackie's book will hit store shelves everywhere and she needs your help to let mothers know its time to enjoy the precious gift they have been given and raise their very own lady in waiting.
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