True Girl Podcast

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Claire Black: This is True Girl, a podcast for girls and their moms. Together, we’ll explore God’s truth for us one drive at a time. But this season, we’re driving a tractor!

You’re about to grow closer to each other and closer to Jesus!

Today, our destination is Dannah Gresh’s farm. Think horses, llamas, mini-silkie fainting goats, peacocks, and some of the world’s best fireflies—each with a faith-filled lesson to teach us.

Did you know that each animal on the earth has purpose? To spread pollen, to dig, to fill a spot on the food chain, or to balance the environment. But there is one thing all of them were created to do: teach us about God, our Creator. 

This season of True Girl is all about helping you learn about God’s character and His power. A lot of people today have opinions about God, and not all of …

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About the Hosts

Dannah Gresh

Dannah Gresh

When Dannah Gresh was eight years old, she began praying that God would use her as a Bible teacher for “the nations.” When she sees the flags of many countries waving at a Revive Our Hearts event, it feels like an answer to her prayer.

Dannah is the founder of True Girl which provides tools for moms and grandmothers to disciple their 7–12 year-old girls. On Monday nights, you’ll find Dannah hosting them in her online Bible study. She has authored over twenty-eight books, including Ruth: Becoming a Girl of Loyalty, Lies Girls Believe, and a Bible study for adult women based on the book of Habakkuk. She and her husband, Bob, live on a hobby farm in central Pennsylvania.

Staci Rudolph

Staci Rudolph

Staci Rudolph is a lead teacher for True Girl. From co-hosting online Bible studies like "Habakkuk: Walking By Faith Through Difficult Days" to facilitating biblical discussion of teen topics on the True You videocast, Staci is passionate about encouraging tweens, teens, and women of all ages to walk in God’s Truth.