Magnetic: Becoming the Girl He Wants Giveaway with Lynn Cowell

TheTypeofGuyIs there a teen girl in your life you love? Then you are gonna love the opportunity to grab her a tool that will help her navigate the drama-filled and often turbulent teen years and that will point her toward God and His desires for her.

What a treat to have my dear friend and partner in ministry at Proverbs 31 Lynn Cowell guest posting today.  Lynn is giving away a copy of her new book, {hot off the presses==>yesterday} Magnetic: Becoming the Girl He Wants.  Be sure to leave a comment on today’s post for a chance to win a copy.

Now meet my friend, Lynn.

Lynn Cowell 2Lynn Cowell is a Proverbs 31 Ministries’ speaker, and author whose passion is helping our generation become wise women who raise wiser daughters.

She is also a writer for Proverbs 31 Ministries Encouragement for Today reaching an audience of over a half a million people every day. A regular contributor and guest blogger, she often shares her passion for teen girls and their moms through additional venues such as The Mom Initiative and The Whatever Girls.


Lynn’s new book, Magnetic: Becoming the Girl He Wants will help empower young women to choose to live out nine amazing characteristics—known as the fruit of the Spirit.

She will not only cultivate an inner and outer beauty, but she’ll also hold an irresistible appeal for godly guys. Shifting the focus from a guy to the Guy, she can become the magnetic young woman God created her to be.

Don’t miss this chance to win a copy of Magnetic: Becoming the Girl He Wants for you, your daughter or a young girl you may know.

Leave a comment or share words of encouragement that helped you as a young women to keep your focus on God. Or tell us about a teen girl you would love to give a copy of Magnetic to.


  1. This would be good for my daughter who doesn’t get dad’s attention. So I pray daily that she doesn’t seek out attention from guys who know how to charm, but the have a motive that is not God honoring, even boys who are raised in Christian homes but lack Godly wisdom.

  2. I turned 50 last week and realize that as much as I try to live daily for Him, and be the woman He’d have me to be, there is still that girl inside that needs and craves that guidance and assurance. So if I, at my age, need it, I know my daughter does. I’d love to share this book with my 19 year old daughter , who is lovely on the inside and outside.

  3. I would love to give this book to my beautiful niece Jasmyn who turned 13 this year. She loves God but middle school is one of the hardest times in a young girl’s life. I think this book would be a wonderful source of encouragement.

  4. I am not a teenager but I would love a copy of this book for my personal use. I think even as we get older and we are still waiting on God to send us the person he wants us to be with we still struggle with the nagging lies that satan tries to fill our head with like, What’s wrong with me, Am I not good enough, Why haven’t I met someone yet, and the list goes on. If I did win a copy of this book I would also use it to help me when I have a family one day when I have some girls of my own. :-)

  5. Can’t wait to get this new book and do a study with my daughter and her softball team :) They range in age from 14 – 12 years old. Thank you and bless you for writing Magnetic

  6. I am not a teenager any more at the age of 24, but I would love to read this book to help heal me from things that happened when I was a teenager. Also so I can better understand how to raise my 2 year old and 3 month old daughters when they become teenagers (I know that’s a ways away yet, but I so wish my mom would have prepared me)

  7. As the mother of a newly teenage daughter, and a youth pastor’s wife, I’m anxious to share these words with ALL of my girls!!!

  8. As a young girl this is what I was looking for my acceptance through a guy. I had a difficult relationship with my father because of some very difficult issues. My Dad was manic depressive and had a nervous breakdown, my 21 yr old sister died with her three children when I was 8 and my brother went to prison all the same year. When I was 18 I was pregnant and rejected by the father and I continued to search for love and acceptance in all the wrong places. My life finally changed in January 2003 at the age of 43 and I want my granddaughters to have a better role model and feeling of self acceptance than I ever did.

  9. I tell my daughter to cling to “Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity.” (1 Tim 4:12)

  10. There sure are teen girls in my life that I love, my sweet daughter and her friends plus my 4 nieces!! This book sounds fantastic!! I would love a copy to share with all the lovely young ladies in my life…what a blessing it would be to help guide them toward God and HIs desires for each and every one of them!!

  11. Hindsight of our own mistakes while growing up is nice when trying to raise children, but this resource would be even better. I have a now middle-schooler who I would love to spend time discussing this book with.

  12. I would give this book to my daughter. I have my own copy and would love her to have one of her own as well. It would be so much more beneficial to be able to read it together but have the ability to make our own notes in our own copies.

  13. I am a small group leader for freshman girls this year in our youth group. I’d love to give this to one of them.

  14. I have 13 and 15 year old daughters that i would love to read this with. Searching for something to help ground their identities in Christ! Thanks.

  15. My husband is the youth pastor at our church. I have been looking for a book to do a study with for the teen girls. This looks to be a great book for that!!

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