What Our Father Taught us About Boys
How to Relate to Brothers in Christ: A Practical Guide
Why is it hard for girls to find the balance between flirting and shunning? How can girls keep their hearts pure? What responsibilities do they have toward young men? Is it possible to be ‘just friends’?
Hear practical advice on navigating the tricky waters of relationships with boys, and how these relationships, properly conducted, can be edifying and strengthening.
About the Speakers
Anna Sofia and Elizabeth Botkin are the authors of So Much More and It’s Not That Complicated, producers of the documentary Return of the Daughters and the Reclaiming Beauty Study Course. More importantly, they’re the daughters of Geoffrey and Victoria Botkin, and live and work with their family in central Tennessee.
See also the companion CD, What Our Father Taught us About Girls, produced by Isaac, David, and Benjamin Botkin, from the same family.
“I highly recommend it for parents striving to help their daughters navigate what can be (but certainly don’t always have to be) the tricky waters of boy-girl friendships and young women who are seeking biblical encouragement and advice on the subject. A very important disclaimer: if you’re not ready to be convicted, to alter your perception of the young men in your life, and, by extension, to alter your behavior . . . don’t purchase it.” — Jasmine Baucham, daughter of Voddie Baucham
- The biggest issues girls deal with regarding young men
- Key questions about proper guy-girl interaction
- Fears regarding relationships, marriage, and singleness
- Things you’ve always wanted to know about the young man’s perspective
- Complicated relationship situations you may face
- Lessons we learned that we want other girls to hear about