Between Us Girls: Navigating College Life as a Christian Woman tackles the challenges found on campus as a Christian and provides real-life stories from women who have navigated the college environment. The book covers important topics for a Christian woman entering college including faith, dating, sex, personal temptations, purity, accountability, prayer and Bible study, what to do after making a mistake, and real advice from college graduates.

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“I am 19 years old and a freshman in college, and have had a rocky road with my religion through my life. My relationship with God grew stronger in the last year and a half of high school, and then college started. To be honest, college is like entering a whole new universe. There were so many new opportunities, good and bad, to involve myself in. My first semester of college, I began to do what made me happy, instead of what I knew was right, instead of what I knew what God would want me doing. After reading “Between Us Girls”, I feel like my life is back on track and I know that I need to live a God-driven life. It was so nice to not only be able to relate to Megan Byrd, the author, but to the other girls who were in the stories in the book. It’s nice to know that you’re not alone in this journey of life. I would certainly recommend this book to any young ladies, in high school, college, or just out of college. It is a great read and very well written.” – K. Stovall, college student
“Between Us Girls by Megan Byrd is a book every young woman should have in her library. Megan boldly speaks of her experiences in college and of the things she, as a young Christian, wishes she had been prepared for before heading to the big campus. Megan’s goal in writing this book is to point young women toward Jesus and to help them see that their identities are not found in the men they date. She talks openly about sexual integrity and abstinence. If you have a young adult woman in your life who is getting ready for college, I recommend getting this book for her.” – Sherri Wilson Johnson, author