I just wrote an article on how to handle abuse(read here), so I highly recommend The Sara Sue Yell and Tell to prevent abuse for your little girls.
By: Debi Pearl
The important message that helps you arm your kids against sexual predators is now in print for little girls. Fully illustrated, great for reading with your children! Order the Sara Sue Learns to YELL & TELL book today!
Sara Sue Learns to Yell and Tell: A Warning For Children Against Sexual Predators
An award winning author steps into troubled waters writing books for children instructing them how to respond if a sexual predator makes an advance. The predator can be another child, a family friend, an older sibling, a sports coach, a church leader, or another relative. Sara Sue Learns to Yell and Tell is the second in the series of books addressing the subject of children dealing with sexual predators in a mature way.
Yell and Tell is written in a musical rhyme and rhythm that children love. They will also be more inclined to remember what they read by this type of writing. It is told in a simple story telling manner introducing a delightful young boy named Samuel to lead the way.
Children as young as four years old through pre-teens will find the story captivating, as well as instructional.
Giving a child this simple knowledge is arming them with wisdom to always yell and always tell. This is a priceless tool for parents as they seek to protect their children from those who seek them harm.
Yell and Tell books are written to save your child.
Ninety percent of all child sexual predators are close friends to the family or family members themselves. The only way your child will ever know how to avoid being sexually exploited is that he has been carefully taught how to know "the bad guy" and what to do when he says, "Don't tell."
By: Rebekah Pearl
Rebekah Pearl, daughter of Michael and Debi Pearl, tells the awesome story of God's guidance and protection as she, a 22-year-old girl, all alone, where no white person had ever been, adapted to a primitive culture.
I have read this book to my children in the evenings and it has truly been a blessing to our entire family. The kids love to hear the stories and I believe it is also planting seeds of love for other people groups around the world in their souls.
Songs by Rebekah Pearl Anast. All alone in a bamboo hut on the top of a mountain in New Guinea, the first white woman ever seen by the Kumboi village, Rebekah writes and sings songs about her God. She accompanies herself on a classical guitar.
- Love Was the River That Flowed (1:23)
- There Ain't Nothin' That Our God Can't Do (2:01)
- Justice Met Grace (2:56)
- John 3:16 (2:24)
- Pray Your Minute (2:07)
- Bread Enough (3:51)
- Pikinni Pikinni (1:19)
- He Stands on My Behalf (3:45)
- Thy Will Be Done (3:36)
- The Psalm Singer (2:21)
- The Road to Emmaus (3:14)
- Psalm 61:1-4 (2:52)
By: Debi Pearl
Being a good help meet starts long before marriage. It is a mindset, a learned habit, a way of life established as a young unmarried girl—or at least that’s the way it should be. It is the older women who have experienced the joys of a good marriage whom God has appointed to pass along his instructions. That is what Debi Pearl has done in this new book.
Preparing To Be A Help Meet also contains six sweet love stories written by wives sharing their experiences about how God taught them to be the help meets they are today.
Bonus! Complete Teacher’s Guide included for women’s study groups.
For unmarried and married women. 296-page book.
From the back cover…
I can think of nothing I want more than someone to truly love me.
You spend your time pining away for your one true love and suddenly…you’re married and it is a lot more than you bargained for. Now is the hour you should be preparing to be a wife—to be a help meet.
- What does a good guy really look for in a girl?
- Are you a Dreamer, Servant or Go-to Gal?
- Do you know what to pray for your man-to-be?
- Should you tell a guy you like him
- Can you know God’s will in choosing a husband?