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. We have 4 daughters, 16,12, 8, and 5. I would love to have/read this book to have it in my artisanal, for raising a Godly young woman in today’s world is no joke…. So many different challenges are faced in society today, yet still so familiar, as sin is sin and has been around since the fall of man. Navigating through all of it while keep an eye on the cross and growing in truth is our ultimate goal of raising our girls.

  2. I have teen and preteen girls. I am not a mom of many words and that worries me sometimes. I have so much in my heart and so much to say to the Lord, but I feel i fall short in words of wisdom. Books are my way of helping my book worm teen girls navigate some of the things I long to express but can’t find the words. She talks of her interest in boys and all I can say is ‘make your relationship with the Lord your priority and God will take care of the rest.’. I would be blessed to add this tool to my chest in helping my girls navigate a world of sensationalism.
    Thank you for your contribution and hard work along with the sacrifices you made to write it.

  3. I would love to bless my daughter with this book as she desires to honor Christ but yet questions her abilities and confidence in herself every day. Thank you for the opportunity

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  5. My daughter just turned 16. What a rough age to be in these current times!
    I know her faith is strong but she is faced with opposition on a daily basis in school. This book would be awesome to reinforce her faith, reaffirming that she is on the right road and to not stray from it. Thank you !

  6. A friend of mine will be co-leading a Bible-study for 17/18-y.o. girls exactly on their Christian identity in order to equip them for the ‘real world’ after the graduate high school. I think this book could be a great choice for them to study together.

  7. I’d love to win this for my daughters. It is my goal to raise my girls in The Lord, that they will be godly wives, mothers, etc. This would be such a blessing. Thanks for providing this opportunity!

  8. I have a lovely and talented niece, Kayla, who is 16 years old. She has a beautiful singing voice. She is growing to be a great photographer. But I know she struggles with confidence and her self image. I would love to give her this book. Thanks for your ministry.

  9. I am just now learning some of this stuff, I wish I would have known sooner but hope that I can be the one to tell girls like my daughter these things as they grow up so they dont have to “learn the hard way” or make the same mistakes I did to get where I am and learn for myself

  10. I have a daughter who has been through a lot of friends trying to find that perfect fit. She would surely benefit from this. Today’s world is full of girls headed on a misguided path and they just need a lil extra help to get them back to the peace and prosperity that God brings to life.

  11. My daughter will be a teen in a couple years and I would love to have this book as a resource and guide for her. Something to read with her and something for me as well. It would be awesome to win a copy!!

  12. I am far beyond my teen years but having a difficult time with relationships. I obviously need to read your book for myself! If I were to win a free copy, I would read it and then give it to my church library.

  13. I’d love to do a book study with my teen nieces if possible and if not just give it to them. I recall a book impacting me and being a strong guide for me.

  14. I would love to have a copy of this book for my 16 year old daughter. She is a senior in high school and will be going away to college next summer. She is already a godly young woman but I believe this book could help her find more of her true inner beauty.

  15. What helped me to stay focused on The Lord was staying active in my youth group as a teen. I was there every Sunday & Wednesday and has people that loved Jesus pouring into my life. Finding a great church that preaches God’s word is essential! I am SO thankful for my church and for all the many people that invested in me!

  16. I love Lynn’s books! I am excited to read this new one! My 7th grade niece is, like most girls, trying to figure out who she is. It is my prayer that she, my own teen daughters, and their friends will see themselves as God sees them and become all He has called them to be instead of seeking approval from others.

  17. Very interested in this book on behalf of my 13 year old daughter. :) I remember making a hard decision regarding a relationship in high school. . Some of God’s greatest gifts are unanswered prayers…!

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