Mothers and daughters have a lot to talk about. That’s how God designed it. A mother is her daughter’s first role model, teacher, and friend, and she carries the responsibility of passing on to her daughter a legacy of biblical womanhood.
Join mother-daughter team Carolyn Mahaney and Nicole Whitacre as they give you insights and suggestions on how to talk—really talk—to each other about what it means to become a godly woman. Tips and study questions make it easy for moms and their pre-teen and teenage daughters to read, share, discuss, and grow.
Published March 2005
About the Author
Carolyn Mahaney is a wife, mother, homemaker, author, speaker, and editor-in-chief of girltalk, a blog focusing on biblical womanhood. With over 30 years as a pastor’s wife in active ministry, Mahaney has spoken to women in many churches and conferences, including those of Sovereign Grace Ministries, the Council for Biblical Manhood and Womanhood, and Family Life. She also contributed chapters to Crossway’s Biblical Womanhood in the Home. Carolyn and her husband, C. J., are the parents of three daughters and one son.
Nicole Whitacre is a wife, mother, and homemaker. She contributed to I Kissed Dating Goodbye: The Study Guide by Joshua Harris and assisted her mother with Feminine Appeal. Nicole and her husband, Steve, have one son, Jack.
Publisher: Crossway/Good News Publishers
Publication Date: March 2005
ISBN 10: 1581345100
ISBN 13: 9781581345100
"The Mahaney women's chatty and comfortable approach is deeply biblical and straightforward, connecting with all sorts of relationships, including single moms, stepmoms, adoptive families, and those in either healthy or challenging relationships."
- Noël Piper, author of Treasuring God in Our Traditions, Faithful Women and Their Extraordinary God; Wife, Mother, Grandmother
"This delightful read is filled with warmth, wit, and wisdom-and loads of practical ways to apply the gospel to real issues facing teen girls. . . . I am grateful for this call to mothers to pass the legacy of biblical womanhood to their daughters."
- Susan Hunt, Women in the Church Consultant, Presbyterian Church in America