Summer Book Club: Daddy’s Little Girl

From the LYWB Blog Team: All summer long we’ve been studying Family: How to Love Yours (and Help Them Like You Back) by Jessie Minassian. If you haven’t snagged a copy yet, we totally think you should. There’s wisdom in those pages! Get your copy here. And don’t forget to enter the giveaway in this post for a chance to win a free copy!

I hope you’ve taken time to read chapter nine, “Daddy’s Little Girl.” A daughter’s relationship with her dad—or lack thereof—affects her on deep levels. But good news for all of us: God is a perfect Father, who can heal even the deepest “daddy wounds.”

Today in the comments, I’m looking forward to hearing about your relationship with your dad, whether it’s great or rocky. What might God be teaching you through the relationship with your biological father about your heavenly Father and about yourself?

Log on to the giveaway widget, and then answer the discussion question in the comments to enter to win a copy of Family!

I’ll be back next week to discuss chapter ten, “It Won’t Always Be This Way.” See you then!

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About Author

Jessie Minassian is a speaker, blogger, and the author of ten books and Bible studies, including Crushed, Unashamed, and Backwards Beauty. She is the "resident big sis" at, a Q&A website for teen girls. Her work for teens and their parents has been featured internationally through outlets such as Focus on the Family, Parenting Today’s Teens, She Reads Truth, Axis, Revive Our Hearts and YouthWorker Journal. She and her husband live and serve at Hume Lake Christian Camps in California, and have two daughters.

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