The Secret Keeper Girl Crazy Hair Tour helps moms cultivate God-crazy daughters who embrace inner beauty, biblical modesty, and vibrant purity. First Things First of Greater Richmond presents Dannah Gresh’s Secret Keeper Girl Crazy Hair Tour on Thursday, January 30th at West End Assembly of God!
While push-up bras, sexy dolls, and hip hop dance lessons seem to be the normal currency for ten-year-old girls, best-selling author Dannah Gresh continues to sound an alarm for moms to avoid such sexualization. An all-new event, the Secret Keeper Girl Crazy Hair Tour, refuels moms with conviction to train their daughters to embrace modesty, purity & true beauty and introduces their daughters to positive role models in 1 Girl Nation (1GN), a new pop group focused on lyrics that encourage tweens. Gresh is happy to bring 1 Girl Nation (1GN), an all-female pop quintet targeting tween girls, on tour with Secret Keeper Girl. Dannah Gresh has sold nearly a million and a half copies of her books – including Six Ways To Keep The Little In Your Girl and Six Ways To Keep The Good In Your Boy.
Should you be unable to participate, your non-refundable registration fee will become a tax deductible donation.
The Secret Keeper Girl Crazy Hair tour promises mothers and their tween daughters a night of loud, crazy fun and games, along with serious biblical lessons on purity and modesty. From the author of Me and Earl and the Dying Girl comes a novel about music, love, friendship, and freedom. Read an Excerpt The Gift of True Friendship By Dannah Gresh MOODY PUBLISHERS Copyright © 2008 Dannah Gresh All right reserved.
Our signature events and speakers all have one thing in common, a passion to love people and share the good news, whether that is investing in families, marriages, or individual lives.
Each of them have a unique story of God’s grace in their lives and an ability to share that tale plus biblical truths through public speaking and community outreach events. The host church packages for the signature events will outline what partnership looks like for the local church and each of the speakers can also be booked individually for your church. Girl Talk – Touching the real and often difficult issue of intimacy and sexuality within a loving Christian marriage, Girl Talk is by women, for women and for marriages.
Laura Lynn Tyler Thompson – The co-host of the 700 Club Canada is passionate about speaking to women, her unique humour and passion for Christ is contagious.
The event is a Bible-based relationship-building experience for moms and their tween daughters (typically ages 8-12).
1GN is an exciting blend of upbeat, relevant dance pop music, with a Christ-centered message. Because of the very large crowds expected, they ask you to please talk with your girls ahead of time about the importance of staying with you.  Comfortable shoes and clothing encouraged. Enabling JavaScript in your browser will allow you to experience all the features of our site.

Some fun friendship truth for your daughter from the trusted team of Dannah Gresh, Family Life, and Moody Publishers. She has sold over 750,000 copies of her books, including And the Bride Wore White , What Are You Waiting For: The One Thing No One Ever Tells You About Sex, and Lies Young Women Believe (co-authored with Nancy Leigh DeMoss), in addition to the Secret Keeper series.
Secret Keeper Girl-The Gift of True Friendships promises to be one of the greatest tools moms have to connect with their 8-12-year-old daughters, while at the same time teaching them vital truth about friendship in a world that bombards them with lies.
Dannah lives in State College, Pennsylvania, with her husband, Bob, and their three children.
During eight fun and easy-to-plan dates, you will tackle many questions including: How can I have and be a friend? Just over a week ago, I was in bed having some kind of a seventh grade pity party over all this friendship carnage, when the thought actually ran through my head, No one really likes me. We've walked through some of the ugliest things together, rejoiced at miraculous victories in our lives, prayed our blonde heads off, and laughed equally as hard-usually at just how blonde we can be. You see, my friend Laura is deeply connected to the Lord and He spoke to her in real time. She listened to all my hurt and spoke strong rebukes to me because she knows that "wounds from a friend can be trusted" (Proverbs 27:6).
I left lunch with homework to do in the relationship department assigned by my truth-filled friend, Laura.
After all, how can we teach our daughters to have healthy relationships if we've not learned how to have them ourselves?
We girls were all tucked into our sleeping bags in the dark, and the conversations began.
Before I knew it, my mom was curled up right next to us answering questions about why boys are so noisy (they apparently just wanted our attention, but we shouldn't give them too much), what to do about the smelly girl in class (she was at our next sleepover), and how to handle the male science teacher who was always touching our legs when we went up to his desk (he never did again after that sleepover).
As she talked with us well into the wee hours of the morning, I often found myself wondering if my girlfriends came to spend the night with me or with her. As your daughter ages, you'll see an increase in talking and a definite increase in social media usage like instant messaging. She was created to communicate, so her relationships are going to be taking a top priority in her life! Can you see why it might not be that "cute" for our 8-12 year olds to be boy crazy or have multiple boyfriends while they are still in the fourth grade?
If she develops the pattern of "needing" a guy when she is eight or nine, she's going to be in many six-month relationships in her early teen years.
That could be a great challenge in your daughter's life depending on how and if her daddy is involved in her life.

Let me show you how to approach the issue so that you can make the daddy factor-no matter what your situation-good news. In just a few years (or months), she's going to start to feel a little differently about that. This is the time to talk about friendships, bogs, and other big issues-while her heart is receptive to your wisdom. Your discipleship in this area will equip her to be the heartbeat of God on this earth or train her to spread the carnage of broken relationships. They are simple guides to plan eight great dates for you and your daughter to spend time together. In this kit, which is all about friendships, we'll explore key relationships and true love.
Most dates will be approximately one and a half hours long, excluding your planning and extraneous travel during the date. You may plan dates weekly or just spread them out and do them as you can schedule them into your life. That way you can make appointments, purchase supplies, or schedule special guests into the date.
These may include reading and discussing Bible verses or completing evaluations or taking inventories. In the few lessons that may be more expensive, I'll offer you tips on how to do it economically. Date number one requires you to have up to eight of your daughter's friends and their mothers on hand for the fun. Just keep tabs on each other in the middle, but use the first and last dates as a kickoff and celebration of your completion. Recording artists BarlowGirl will share their own secret moments of struggling with relationships including friendships, their parents, and Jooyz!
No part of this excerpt may be reproduced or reprinted without permission in writing from the publisher.Excerpts are provided by Dial-A-Book Inc.

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