Passport2Identity for Young Women - Getaway Kit
Passport2Identity for Young Women - Getaway Kit
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Passport2Identity for Young Women - Getaway Kit

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Prepare your teen for life, no expertise required.

From the makers of Passport2Purity! Passport2Identity helps you do more than just survive the teen years. It gives you the materials you need to prepare your teen for adulthood during a weekend getaway. All you have to do is plan the time and location. We’ll provide you (or another trusted adult) with the tools and talking points to help your teen transition to independence through dependence on Christ.

During your Passport2Identity getaway, you and your daughter will enjoy 5 sessions:

Transitioning Toward Independence
Authentic Womanhood
Making Your Faith Your Own
Relationships - with other girls and with guys
Mission – what is your unique calling in Life?
A resource from FamilyLife, creators of the bestselling Passport2Purity, Passport2Identity includes audio lessons and discussion questions from seasoned contributors like:

Barbara Rainey
Priscilla Shirer
Jen Wilkin
Francis Chan
Mary Kassian
and many more!
“Passport2Identity will deepen the connection between moms and daughters and help launch the next generation of Christ-centered, purposeful women.” Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth, Revive Our Hearts

“The materials produced by FamilyLife, such as this new series Passport2Identity, always provide biblically faithful, practical, wise, guidance for parents seeking to train their children to follow the Lord in an increasingly hostile modern culture.” Wayne Grudem, Ph.D. Phoenix Seminary

“This resource is a God-send. You will feel as though you are being mentored personally by wise leaders who have walked this path before you... I highly recommend Passport2Identity, and I wish it had been around when I was in my teen years.” Russell Moore

Recommended for teen girls ages 14-16