Introducing Jurea Jordan-Bethea, author of Love Thy Daughters

“I just needed a lot of guidance. But, other than that, I love the outcome of everything and will recommend you to everyone I know interested in writing a book.”

Jurea Jordan-Bethea is a married mother of four children, and she has three grandchildren. She works in retail management and is the CEO of Love Thy Daughters, Inc., a nonprofit organization that empowers girls and teenagers. Visit the author’s website at www.lovethydaughters.com or www.facebook.com/lovethydaughters.

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Book description…

Help teach girls to be powerful-not powerless! “Love Thy Daughters” is a short, simple guide for young women covering topics from prayer, faith, modesty, social media, friendships, goals and dreams, and more. Written by a mother of two daughters as a work of love, this book shares life lessons and wisdom to inspire, uplift, and encourage girls to become strong, confident women.

10 thoughts on “Introducing Jurea Jordan-Bethea, author of Love Thy Daughters

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