Confessions of a Not-So-Average Girl

Confessions of a Not-So-Average Girl

Donna Lea Dyck

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I came from a messed-up home... really messed-up. When I was eight years old, beer bottles were flying and smashing against the wall downstairs... but then I found a brand new friend. I sat in my closet and wrote to him in my diary. Confessions of a Not-So-Average Girl is filled with raw and honest stories of how Jesus took an average girl with a shattered life and turned her into a not-so-average girl by becoming her Saviour and best friend.

"Wow, what a book! Youth workers, pastors, and especially teenage girls who face the broken world of adolescent pain will find this book very helpful in bringing the hope that only Jesus can provide."
Rev. Colin McCartney, Founding Director, Urban Promise Toronto.

"Once you have read Confessions of a Not-So-Average Girl, you will want every child you teach to also read it, for Donna's story will help children who feel not-so-average feel like they are not-so-alone."
Melodie Bissell, National Children's Facilitator of The Christian and Missionary Alliance Church in Canada & President and Founder of Plan to Protect

"Confessions of a Not-So-Average Girl plunges head-first into the heartache of a young girl drowning in familial brokenness. Armed with only her life-preserver journal, young Donna, with blunt and colourful simplicity, explores the fragments of her adolescent heart, placing them firmly in the hands of her best friend, Jesus. This is a spirited book of hope for kids... including the adult kind."
Jason Hildebrand, Actor, Creative Catalyst, and Award-Winning Filmmaker of The Prodigal Trilogy

Softcover Trim Size: 5 x 8

Page Count: 176

About the Author:

Donna Lea Dyck is a graduate of Providence University College and the author of Confessions of an Unlikely Pastor's Wife. Donna has been an inspirational and humorous speaker at conferences and retreats across Canada. She, along with her husband, Bill, has served in full-time ministry for thirty-two years, the last twenty-one of which have been at Toronto Alliance Church.