Resources by Topic: Teens & Children

Love Hopes

Love Hopes

While it’s normal to have conflict with your brothers and sisters, God wants you to hope for something better! View More →

Love Protects

Love Protects

Talking about the hurtful things someone has said about you is part of unlocking the pain and getting free from it. View More →

Love Is Patient

Love Is Patient

Chances are, you know what it feels like to experience mean girl moments. You also might know what it’s like to boil over with jealousy, anger, or frustration. View More →

Love Is Kind

Love Is Kind

Dannah and Staci say you could develop a friendship super power. Learn what it is, and watch your friendships grow. View More →

Pursuing Love

Pursuing Love

Everyone struggles with friendships. Dannah and Staci will look to God's Word for help with loneliness. View More →

Dress for Success

Dress for Success

Dannah Gresh and Staci Rudolph unpack Ephesians 5:31–32 to help your daughter understand God’s purpose for marriage. View More →

The Final Frontier

The Final Frontier

Let’s go stargazing. Today on the True Girl podcast, special guest Bob Gresh issues a dad+daughter challenge that’s out of this world! View More →

Natural Treasure

Natural Treasure

Dannah Gresh and Staci Rudolph direct girls and their dads to God’s Word to understand the value of both genders. View More →

As You Wish

As You Wish

What is true love? Finding an answer in God's Word could be what helps your daughter say “no” to a ticket on “the boy-crazy train.” View More →

Sugar & Spice

Sugar & Spice

Dannah Gresh and Staci Rudolph turn to God’s Word to help your daughter and her father answer this question: what ingredients make the best kind of girl? View More →

The Truth About Sexuality

The Truth About Sexuality

The choices young women make about dating could have a huge effect on the rest of their lives. Dannah and Nancy help moms and teens navigate pitfalls. View More →

The Truth About Media Use

The Truth About Media Use

Parents used to pay attention to network TV and the radio, which gave them a pretty good grasp of their kids’ use of media—but so much has changed. View More →