Even though this book is targeted toward high school girls, I loved how Kyle and Kelsey wrote this to appeal to any girl. I wanted to read this book with my daughter, who is turning twenty. Because if you focus it on God, He will take care of the rest. It really feels like y Every girl will face a lot of struggles with guys, identity, self image, and keeping their minds set on things above. Some of these were so detailed and embarrassing, that I wondered and was concerned if perhaps the authors did not ask these people if they could share their personal stories beforehand. I agree with other goodreaders, Kelsey and Kyle's love story could be from a fairy tale. Both Kelsey and Kyle give their thoughts - a unique aspect for girls everywhere to have some insight in a guy's heart and mind in regards to dating and girls.
However, for girls like my daughter - it is all good information and excellent advice, but the stories of dates gone wrong and guys not worth it wasn't quite what we were looking for. From my early teens, I have always wanted a boyfriend. He will love her no matter what. I cannot help but give The Chase all five bookshelves, because it is such a good book for girls, and women, who are waiting for their princes. In fact, if you asked them, Kyle and Kelsey would name God as the author of their story.
I loved this book and would recommend it to any young girl. I knew when I bought this book that it would be geared towards kids a little bit younger than me. I wish I would have read this book when I was young girl about to start dating. I recently read The Chase: Trusting God With Your Happily Ever After by Kyle and Kelsey Kupecky, which made its literary debut on September 1, 2015, published by Revell. From this day on, I am committed to praying for my future husband and that his relationships with God only gets stronger.
Our families supported us and loved The Chase: Trusting God with Your Happily Ever After By: Kyle and Kelsey Kupecky From a Great-Aunt's point of view: I am 45 years old and 24 years ago this August 31st, I found my Happily Ever After. What my daughter can take away from this book is that God is a far better author for our love stories that we can ever be. This book is about teen relationships and how finding love is all about your love for God and His will in your life. Sure, I loved the hand holding. That peace of knowing there is the ministry of Kyle and Kelsey through their stories they shared through this book that will help my great-niece and help guide her to chasing after God and trusting in Him to bring her love in her happily ever after guy in today's world. I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for my honest review.
And they're glad they trusted him to write it for them. You have faithfully prayed and lived for the Lord, and waited. And they re glad they trusted him to write it for them. It changed my whole view on dating and how to go about dating. The authors use personal illustrations and stories about friends to illustrate their points. The Chase is an amazing book, that tackles each of these questions.
How do you say the right things? I mean, look at me: I would never have dreamed that. It's about where to focus your heart. This is definitely a book geared towards the middle school and high school aged girls. I wanted to read this book with my daughter, who is turning twenty. There is nothing inappropriate in this book - or anything you wouldn't want your daughters or granddaughters to read, it is just a very different take than my daughter can relate to.
Kyle and Kelsey want girls to know that it's never too late to trust God with their love lives, that wherever they are, there's always hope for the future. Things I did like were the points about finding your identity and self worth in God before being in a relationship and what they said about praying for your future partner even before you've met them and as well as for good qualities about yourself. Wow, it's so hard to imagine what it's going to be like for her. This book will give you a laugh at times. Aren't relationships supposed to be mutual and not one-sided? And they re glad they trusted him to write it for them.
I learned that it's very important to pray for your future spouse and to trust God with who He will bring into your life and to let Him show why He placed them into your life. I looked forward to the a dice and encouragement Kyle gave in each chapter. . The whole book just seriously has such great life advice. Unfortunately, too many girls hoping for their own happily-ever-after have taken matters into their own hands, chasing after boys when they should be chasing after God. I am forever grateful that my great-niece will have role models like Kyle and Kelsey through their ministry that she can hold near to her heart and help her know that God loves her and trusting Him, believing in Him will bring her a world of happiness, love and her very own special Prince Charming.
I found it for a very young generation and those that are seeking in life. Showing her God's love in what we do and being the greatest example for her. It diminishes a lot of the myths culture tells girls that they need to do in order to get a boyfriend or their Prince Charming. Well worth the time and money! I loved reading about Kyle and Kelsey's happily ever after and hope to have my own one day. Then check out this new book from Kelsey and Kyle Kupecky. I was thankful I read it first. I would recommend this book for teens and young adults seeking God's love in today's world.
Together they will show you how to put God first, protect your heart, deal with lone All of us girls dream of our happily ever afters with our prince charming. I really hope that the people the authors were writing about do not pick this book up and realize that their personal lives have been opened up to readers around the world. Kelsey is the daughter of well-known Christian fiction author Karen Kingsbury. And most of all chase after His heart and let him take care of yours. This book had a good message, but I don't think it was communicated properly and I feel like the layout could have been executed better.