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A very special book for daughters

I thought you might want to take a gander at one of the latest offerings through WingNutDaily’s web store. I did a double-take because I wasn’t sure if it was a new book, or something reprinted from an earlier time — much earlier…

Information on this timely tome:

More than a fill-in-the-blank Bible study, “Raising Maidens of Virtue: A Study of Feminine Loveliness for Mothers and Daughters” is an engaging tool for mothers to use in training daughters who are approaching womanhood to think biblically.

Through stories, allegories, illustrations, and memory-making projects, “Raising Maidens of Virtue” covers topics such as guarding the tongue, idleness, sibling relationships, honoring parents, contentment, modesty, purity, cleanliness, and feminine biblical beauty.

Godly women are not born, but raised. Stacy McDonald has in this work equipped parents to be about the business of raising up rubies, or rather, that which is more precious still, our daughters.

She is a faithful guide, for she is a godly example.
~ Dr. R. C. Sproul, Jr., Pastor, Director of the Highlands Study Center, and most importantly, homeschooling father of six

In the face of our culture’s shameless enticement of young women to view their identity and worth only in terms of their sexuality, Stacy McDonald passionately challenges mothers and daughters together to return to a pure and gracious femininity for the God who made us uniquely for His glory.
~Tracy Klicka, wife of Sr. Counsel for HSLDA, Chris Klicka

We need young women who cherish their purity and desire to honor their parents through chaste behavior, speech, and dress. We need girls of character who cultivate their minds and emotions to reflect God’s design with joy, intelligence, and delight.
~ From the Foreword by Jennie Chancey

I’m sorry, but I didn’t notice whether you receive a free chastity belt or abstinence Jeebus ring with your shipment.

A Jesus ring to help you say “I don’t,” before you say “I do”. From Hall Jewelers.

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