This 6-Session Treasured Study is designed for moms and daughters, or small groups of moms and daughters, to help them connect and talk about things that matter:
ABOUT THE TREASURED STUDY
Six Video Teaching Sessions
Discussion Questions and Activites
A Mom Guide
Complete Leader Instructions and Tips
Mom and Daughter Challenges
We Want Girls to Remember:
Be amazed by how God made you.
Be in charge of your body.
Be in control of your emotions.
Be the friend you want to find.
Be wise with technology.
Be a friend to God.
This 6-session faith-based study is designed to connect moms and daughters with engaging content around topics critical to the preteen years: Identity, Body, Emotions, Friendships, Technology, and Faith. It contains a flash drive of digital files that includes everything you need for a small group study with moms and daughters: teaching videos (DVD option included), discussion questions, leader guides, participant guides, and connection ideas and more. This can also be used as a one-on-one study with a mom and her daughter.
STUDY + JOURNAL
To be used on its own, or in conjunction with the Treasured Study, the Treasured Journal is designed to help girls think about the questions they are already asking, and creates opportunities to interact with their moms. There are 6 weeks of topics (the same topics as the study) with 5 days of things for her to think about, doodle, and do. There are things for moms to do, too. Go through it together, and you’ll discover a deeper connection with each other, and in the process, she’ll discover just how Treasured she is. When used alongside the study, it allows moms and daughters to take what they’ve learned in the study one step further.
(Set of 10)
About the Creators:
Treasured is a collaboration between Courtney DeFeo and Parent Cue.
Parent Cue equips parents to engage with their families and have conversations about things that matter. Parent Cue is a part of The reThink Group, which helps churches partner with families to impact the next generation. For inspiration and resources, visit theParentCue.org.