The Delicate Power of Modesty
A book full of tremendous truths for girls about the value, the wisdom, even the personal strength you build into your life, by modesty. Learn the unique beauty of being a girl who appeals to a worthy young man who will sense that he needs to “earn the right” to win you, because you’re not cheaply giving yourself away.
You know that girl who asks questions such as:
“Why can’t I wear what other girls wear?”, or
“Isn’t it just the guy’s problem if he’s tempted?”
Does she ever say to you:
“My parents seem ‘hung up’ on old fashions, and times have changed! This is a book that can change minds.
With today’s youth wanting to mimic the likes of Britney Spears with low-rise jeans, belly-button rings, backless shirts, and bare midriffs—immodesty is today’s fashion statement. It’s also sinful, says Gresh, but you can help your daughters learn the lost art—and power—of modesty. Discover the connection between external appearance and internal humility; and why God cares about every aspect of our lives, including clothes.
“Through Secret Keeper, Dannah tells it like it is–full of truth and full of power! Definitely a must-read for all young women.” – Susie Shellenberger, Editor, BRIO Magazine
“Secret Keeper brilliantly unlocks the mystery of modesty and clearly and coolly explains it in a way with which teenagers can identify…Every teenage girl has got to read Secret Keeper!” – Jeni Varnadeau, International Recording Artist, and Founder and Host of Chikchat
About the Author
Dannah Gresh is the best-selling author, speaker , and creator of Secret Keeper Girl, America’s most popular tween stage show for moms and daughters. Dannah has authored 27 books, including And the Bride Wore White, and is co-author of Lies Young Women Believe. She is considered one of the leading experts on the subjects of sexual purity, modesty, and parenting. More than 20,000 leaders and 100,000 moms have taught her curriculum and over 350,000 people have attended her live shows and retreats. She has been a guest on CNN, Fox News, and frequently on Focus on the Family and Family Life. Her TEDTalk on Tolerance for Virginity is a thought-provoking look at the importance of self-control. Dannah lives in State College, Pennsylvania with her husband, Bob and three children.