Truth for Teens Contest


ATG Truth for Teens coverThis week, in conjunction with Bezalel Books, I’m pleased to offer our readers the opportunity to win a terrific resource for teenage girls.

Two lucky winners will each win a set of All Things Girl: Truth for Teens.  Each set includes All Things Girl: Truth for Teens, a hardcover book, and the accompanying All Things Girl: Truth for Teens Journal.

The hardcover book is 240 pages and explores the meaning of a young girl’s life as a daughter of the King.  Chapters include: You Are Here for a Reason ; Relationships; Learning from All of God’s Creatures; Negative Influences from the Feminist Movement; Be Mindful of the Media Messages ; Fashion; Skin, Makeup and Hair; Financial Responsibility; How Does Your Garden Grow?; Every Life Is a Vocation; Virtues to Live by; A Plan for Life.  The accompanying journal is full color and has 48 pages that include a 12 month prayer tracking section along with reflection questions from the book.

The books are published by Bezalel Books, a Catholic publishing company that specializes in books by Catholics for Catholic classrooms and homeschool families.  The best place to find out all about the entire ATG series and the related conferences is  In addition, Cheryl Dickow of Bezalel Books has generously offered to give away 50 copies of the ATG Leader’s Guide to the first fifty people who contact her.  To obtain your copy of the Leader’s Guide, email and write “free Leader’s Guide” in the subject line, including your mailing address in the body of the email.

To enter to win our “Truth for Teens” contest, you must leave a comment on this post with a valid email address (which won’t be published or shared) before Midnight PST on September 30, 2009.  I’ll draw two random winners and announce the winners when the contest has ended.

Update: Our lucky winner is Lori (#7). Your prize will be sent soon.  Take a look at our other contests for more great chances to win!


About Author

Lisa M. Hendey is the founder and editor of and the bestselling author of the Chime Travelers children's fiction series, The Grace of Yes, The Handbook for Catholic Moms and A Book of Saints for Catholic Moms. As a board member and frequent host on KNXT Catholic Television, Lisa has produced and hosted multiple programs and has appeared on EWTN and CatholicTV. Hendey hosted “Catholic Moments” on Radio Maria and is the technology contributor for EWTN’s SonRise Morning Show. Lisa's articles have appeared in Catholic Digest, National Catholic Register, and Our Sunday Visitor. Hendey travels internationally giving workshops on faith, family, and Catholic technology and communications topics. She was selected as an Elizabeth Egan Journalism Fellow, attended the Vatican Bloggers Meeting, the “Bishops and Bloggers” meeting and has written internationally on the work of Catholic Relief Services and Unbound. Hendey lives with her family in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. Visit Lisa at for information on her speaking schedule or to invite her to visit your group, parish or organization.


  1. I would love to win this book! I have two teenage girls and one more waiting in the wings. By the way Lisa, I wear my t-shirt often and have gotten many qiestions about it. It’s a wonderful evangelization tool.

  2. I have three girls and three boys! I would love to have this book for my 13 year old girl who just entered high school after 5 years of homeschooling. Then pass it down to the other two princesses!

  3. I have read every single book that I have found about raising teenager girls (in the Lord). I have a 13 and a 14 years old, and we are adopting a 8 years old boy, but it is the raising of the two girls what is driving me nuts.

  4. This would be a great resource for me to use with my High School students. I have been teaching High School Religious Education classes for 12 years. I love this age!

  5. I wouldn’t even know that this publisher exists if it weren’t for; what a great resource you have here! I love to be able to recommend texts like these.

  6. As a mother of 2 teenage girls and a PSR catechist with a class full of teen girls, this would make an awesome addition to my library.

  7. This series of books is wonderful! I have 3 girls so far, my oldest is 11 and devours the other books in the series. They are amazing! Something both the parents and children love, and my daughter wasn’t that big of a reader. She’ll pick these books up often to sit and have quiet time for herself. She’ll come to me and share with me everything she reads in it. She loves that the principles in the book match the principles that are family is teaching her – usually society is against all that, so she finds the books so refreshing. I wasn’t aware that you can use the books for a “group study”. I’ll have to contact them to find out about that. Thanks so much for your website, it is a wealth of information.

  8. As a mom to a teen-age girl we can not have enough resources not only for them but for ourselves, great sharing tools and discussion starters. As DRE and catechist at our parish whatever I can get to help our teens today faced with an overwhelming amount of decisions and dilemna’s is very important to me. Girls today are faced with a lot of issues and helping them understand is essential. Lisa..I absolutely love your website and have passed it along to everyone I talk to; fellow DRE’s, all my catechists, parents and are truly making a difference in the world. thanks you!

  9. Sounds like a wonderful resource…been searching high and low for a catholic perspective for dealing with teen issues.

  10. What a wonderful opportunity! My daughter just entered high school, and I know what challenging times are ahead of her. I love to give her materials that will help her to stay strong in her beliefs and true to who she is, so that she may become the woman God has planned for her to be.

    Pleae enter me in this contest.

  11. This book sounds perfect for my teenaged daughter. Please enter me in the contest and pray for my children as i will be praying for all yours. Thanks!

  12. As a Religious Education teacher these would be great to win. I am always coming up with contests for my students and these would make wonderful prizes for the girls. I try as hard as I can to teach them what I can about being a teen and a Catholic. This would definately help reinforce what I teach.

  13. I really would appreciate these books, my daughter is turn 16 in December and it’s hard to find a way to keep her centered on faith wqhen the secular pulls so hard.

  14. I would love to win these books! My daughter is almost 14 and will be attending a Catholic High School next year. What a blessing to be able to have more information to keep her faith strong and true.

  15. These books would be a nice gift for my two teenage daughters who are trying to walk in their faith in this confusing world. Teresa Tomeo is awesome!

  16. I love listening to Teresa Tomeo on my morning drive to work – starts my day off in the right . I’d love to read her Ibooks to prepare me for parenting during the teen years of my precious daughter, Faith Marie.

  17. I would love for my daughter who is becoming of teenage age soon. I think she would love the journal–she likes to write.

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