Book Spotlight (and a Giveaway!): Daddy’s Girl – Living as God’s Beloved Daughter by Lanna Andersen

Posted July 28, 2021 by meezcarrie in Christian, giveaway, nonfiction / 8 Comments

DADDY’S GIRL: Living as God’s Beloved Daughter
GENRE: Christian Women’s Interest / Non-Fiction
PUBLISHER: Christian Faith Publishing

RELEASE DATE: June 30, 2021
PAGES: 193

When you think about God the Father, what comes to mind? A faraway king who makes rules? A judge who keeps score? A kind and tender father?

God the Father’s design is for earthly dads to show their kids what He’s like-but many dads have done the opposite-they have distorted their daughter’s view of the Father. As a result, many of us struggle in our relationships with our dad and with God, yet are unsure of how to make things better. Daddy’s Girl will help you identify your misconceptions about God the Father and discover who He truly is so you can find healing, security, and freedom as God’s beloved daughter!


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Daddy’s Girl by Lanna Andersen is currently on tour with JustRead Tours & the author is offering a print copy of the book and a $25 Amazon gift card to one winner!! Click the banner below to enter on Instagram where you can also find the giveaway terms & follow along with the tour.

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What about you? What makes you want to read Daddy’s Girl by Lanna Andersen?

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8 responses to “Book Spotlight (and a Giveaway!): Daddy’s Girl – Living as God’s Beloved Daughter by Lanna Andersen

  1. Trixi

    I did not have a good relationship with my dad growing up so it took me many years to understand God the Father. I bet this book would help me understand many things 🙂

    Thank goodness God healed my heart & I was able to forgive my dad years ago.

  2. Lelia (Lucy) Reynolds

    I miss my dear daddy as we shared so many things such as our love of gardening and flowers. He has been gone 19 months but it feels like forever.

  3. Caryl Kane

    I’m looking forward to seeing my Daddy again soon. He’s been in Heaven since 2012.

  4. Perrianne Askew

    This sounds like something we should all read to get a better grasp on who our heavenly father is.

  5. Paula Shreckhise

    Looks like it helps us to see a more personal God. One who loves us unconditionally.

  6. MS Barb

    I didn’t have a good relationship w/ my father, so it’s difficult for me to see God as loving & accepting me.

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