Lessons {Start Here if You Are New}

Are you new to B’twixt and B’tween?

” Let’s start at the beginning. It’s a very good place to start.” Sound of Music

Chapter 1 ~ A Rose Opens

Chapter 2 ~ From the Child to the Woman

Chapter 3 ~ Keeping Up Acquaintances

Chapter 4 ~ Character Building

Chapter 5 ~ The Strength of Obedience

Chapter 6 ~ Making Herself Beautiful

Chapter 7 ~ Watch Your Tongue

Chapter 8 ~ A Sunny Disposition

Chapter 9 ~ The Beauty of Truthfulness

Chapter 10 ~ Sincerity

Chapter 11 ~ Ideals

Chapter 12 ~ Ambition

Chapter 13 ~ The Power of Purpose

Chapter 14 ~ Dreams

Chapter 15 ~ Friendships

Chapter 16 ~ The Accomplished Girl

Chapter 17 ~ The Oils of Life

Chapter 18 ~ Home Life

Chapter 19 ~ A Conversation on Dress

Chapter 20 ~ When a Girl Goes Out

Chapter 21 ~ A New Awakening

Chapter 22 ~ A Christian

Chapter 23 ~ The Quiet Hour

Chapter 24 ~ Making Friends of Books

Chapter 25 ~ The Waking of the Love Nature

Chapter 26 ~ Boy Friends

Chapter  27 ~ The Girl Who Can Be Trusted

Chapter 28 ~ Getting Ready for the Great Responsibility

Chapter 29 ~ Choosing a Life Work

Chapter 30 ~ A Consecrated Life

Chapter 31 ~ A Pure Heart

Chapter 32 ~ A Few Faults Discussed

 


B’Twixt & B’Tween is not just a blog but a free online bible study and resource designed to encourage and equip you as you help your daughter navigate her way through beautiful girlhood. Our Beautiful Girlhood bible studies for girls ages 9-14 helps to bring a closer connection between daughters and their mom. The main focus of this study is a firm grounding in the Word of God. This valuable, free online Bible study for girls provides instruction, knowledge, and guidance every step along the way. When you start Bible study for girls at a young age, you help to build their character while instilling a sense of Godly discipline. The structure of this girls Bible study, The Companion Guide to Beautiful Girlhood and Beautiful Girlhood, is a perfect way to introduce reading the Word every day, a habit that is well suited for lifelong adherence.

We encourage you to begin this journey of Bible studies for girls at a young age, and include essential teachings for a closer, more in-depth walk with Christ Jesus. We also have Bible studies for older girls, as they begin their journey toward womanhood as well. All of our titles are highly recommended, wholesome, and applicable for any girl seeking a better understanding of the Word. The benefits of these bible studies for girls and devotions for girls is a strengthened mother-daughter relationship, a sense of purpose for your daughter as she grows in Christian character and a grounding in the knowledge of God’s word. May you enjoy the journey!

{ 9 comments… read them below or add one }

Harriet December 21, 2012 at 3:35 am

I like this post, enjoyed this one appreciate it for putting up.

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Lyn December 18, 2012 at 12:49 pm

Hi Shelley~

I contacted you earlier about not being able to access Chapter 28. I can’t seem to access Chapter 20, either. I keep getting a message that reads: You are not able to access drafts. Can you maybe figure out what I’m doing wrong? Thanks so much! ~lyn

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Shelley December 18, 2012 at 4:56 pm

Hi Lyn,
Ta-da! The links are available for you to access on the Chapter Lesson page. You, my dear, were not doing a thing wrong. It was me, or rather my site that was wanky.
I hope you and your girl grow closer to each other and to the Lord because of this study. Would you please keep me posted?
Blessings,
Shelley

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Dawn Marie Perkins May 21, 2012 at 5:40 pm

I finally have copies of the Beautiful Girlhood, Companion Guide and Beyond Beautiful Girlhood Plus Companion Guide books. I can’t wait to get started with my tween girls and have even offered to share and work with local friends (parents) of tween girls 🙂

Thank you for the blessing of this site/blog!!!

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sharon February 27, 2012 at 9:21 am

I have been wanting to go through this book and companion guide all year and I have not found the right time to put it into our schedule. My daughter started 7th grade this year and there were so many new changes and additions to her schedule; new (and harder) homeschool curriculum, 2 youth groups, one class and a sport at the local jr high. We both have taken a long time to adjust and figure out how to get it all done. Anyway, it is now time to turn in applications for classes at our co-op for next school year. Has anyone done this with a group of girls? I see that some of the activities or questions in the companion guide are directed just to mothers and daughters. Is it doable to guide a small group of girls through this? I am thinking of doing it this way to make sure we actually fit it in. I would love some advice, especially if anyone else has done it as a group. Thanks so much.
Sharon
Puyallup, Wa

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Shelley March 6, 2012 at 3:01 pm

Hi Sharon,
I have personally been involved with doing this with a small group of girls. #1. You can have the girls read the chapter before class and discuss the questions in The Companion Guide to Beautiful Girlhood #2. You read the chapter in class and do the questions in class. #3 You can have the moms read B’twixt and B’tween so they know what is going on in the class you are leading and participate at home #4. You can do the craft in class as a fun activity #5 You can have the girls memorize the Bible Verse in each B’twixt and B’tween and recite it at the opening of class.

The way our girls did it was to plan for a class every two weeks and read the chapters in class and answer the questions. We followed this time with refreshments. Moms were invited to attend as well.

Another idea is what several groups are doing around the country. They have a Beautiful Girlhood group in their church. A Lady called me from Texas and explained to me how their church did this. Mothers and Daughters appointed a night out where they would meet at church. Together they would watch as someone preformed a skit, do some craft, or listened to someone teaching the topic that they were going to discuss in the chapter. Then the mothers and daughters would break away and read and discuss the chapter on their own. Later they would rejoin the group for the Bible Study. As soon as this was over, tea and refreshments were served. This way they could enjoy the group while be taught by their own mom.

Lots and lots and lots of ideas for you Sharon! Let me know if I can help you anymore…I have tons of ideas. Keep me posted!

Blessings,
Shelley

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Nicole April 3, 2012 at 5:47 pm

Hi Sharon,

We are currently doing this study in our co-op and it is working out great. Two ladies lead the discussion and the girls respond or ask questions. They read three chapters each week for homework. We also do 10-15 minutes of etiquette and have a tea party each week. Some of the girls have naturally asked their Mom’s about topics in Beautiful Girlhood.

Take care,
Nicole

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Rachel Naramore July 27, 2011 at 10:02 pm

Although I am a young mum and my daughter is only a toddler I have been praying for something like this in my life – I want to be a proverbs 31 woman more than anything and so I am so thankful I found your site.
My Hubby heads up our church’s youth and young adults ministry so we often have tween/teen girls in our home – I’m excited and so want to thank you for making my journey as a wife and mum a little less daunting. I understand the weight of what it means to really seek to train up our kids to love the Lord and have Godly wisdom in their life. Your site is truly a God-send.
Much Love, Rachel

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wpadmin July 28, 2011 at 12:29 pm

Hello Rachel,
Thank you for your sweet comments! Your heart to serve the Lord and glorify Him is evident. I know that there are many women, younger and older, who have not had someone to walk beside them on this journey through womanhood. For that very reason, this blog was created! It is one thing to tell you this is how you can train your daughters…it is another thing entirely for someone to offer to walk with you, cheer you on, and encourage you through the journey.

I count it a privileged to serve our Father this way!
Shelley

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