DALLAS – Scripture reminds us that God loves us so much that He adopted us and made it possible for us to call Him the most intimate of names—Daddy. 1 John 3:1 (CEB) says, “See what kind of love the Father has given to us in that we should be called God’s Children, and that is what we are!”
The English translation of “Abba Father” is “Papa” or “Daddy”—often the first word a baby utters once they learn to talk. “Daddy” is an intimate term that Jesus Himself used when He prayed to His Father. Jesus taught us that through our relationship with Him, we could know God intimately as our Daddy, too.
God’s Daughter is a discipleship initiative for girls ages 10 to 21 that seeks to create a legacy of women guiding girls in the church and community on a path to become spiritually mature women. Our goal is simple: To see every young girl move forward into a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ and to understand her importance and potential in God’s kingdom.
God’s Daughter seeks to meet girls where they are developmentally, helping them build solid Biblical foundations while experiencing fun and engaging activities.
The curriculum promotes self-awareness, life skills, financial literacy, career goals, etiquette, community service and more.
We desire to help girls become confident, godly women who are leaders within the church, home and world, by using projects, adventures, meetings and outings as opportunities to connect them with the Creator and His plan for their lives. The bottom line: relationships.
Southwest Region Conference Women’s Ministries department wants every girl to know that God loves them, they are royalty and He wants a relationship with them. For more information on the 2022 God’s Daughter curriculum, please email Amparo Rumaldo at Arumaldo@swrgc.org
By Anysia Archibald, Women’s Ministries Coordinator