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about the book:

tired of comparing yourself?

Do you feel the endless pressure of comparing yourself with everyone else? Do you drive yourself to exhaustion, trying to prove you measure up? Or do you retreat to the shadows, convinced you never will? In Comparison Girl for Teens, we want to help you think through the problems of comparison and show you the way to be free.

    • Chapter 1—Welcome to the World of Measuring Up
    • Chapter 2—Comparing Sin
    • Chapter 3—Comparing Beauty
    • Chapter 4—Comparing Femininity
    • Chapter 5—Comparing Popularity
    • Chapter 6—Comparing Possessions
    • Chapter 7—Comparing Talents
    • Chapter 8—Comparing Relationships

We’ve got lots of fun quizzes and stories to share with you, but most of all we want to tell you about Jesus’s healthier, happier way to live me-free! Become a teen who thrives with new freedom, confidence, and influence in a world that compares. 

meet the authors:

Lee Nienhuis

Lee is a passionate Bible teacher who invites girls of all ages to pray boldly and believe God for their own generation and the next. Lee’s books include Brave Moms, Brave Kids and Countercultural Parenting and she cohosts several podcasts.

Lee and her husband, Mike, have four great kids and live at a Christian Camp in West Michigan. When she isn’t at sporting events or whipping up dinners, she loves hot cups of coffee, deep friendships and laughing till her sides ache. Find Lee on Instagram, Facebook.

Shannon Popkin

Shannon loves to invite people to open the Bible, drink deeply of God’s story, and live like it’s true! Shannon’s books include  Control Girl, Comparison Girl, Comparison Girl for Teens, and Shaped by God’s Promises. Shannon also hosts the Live Like It’s True Bible podcast. 

Shannon loves being married to Ken, who makes her laugh every day. She has three young adult kids and an adorable scardy-dog named Louie. Find Shannon on Instagram, Facebook, or Youtube!

for Grown-up Comparison Girls: 

Are you exhausted by Comparison?

On social media, in the neighborhood, at church, or the school drop-off lane, do you push yourself to prove that you measure up, then feel ashamed when you don’t? Measuring yourself against others isn’t healthy. And it isn’t God’s plan. In fact, the way of Jesus is completely upside down from this measure-up world. He invites us to follow him and be restored to freedom, confidence, and joy.

Join Shannon as she shares what she has discovered about her own measure-up fears and get-ahead pride. With her trademark humor and straightforward honesty, she’s created a six-week study, exploring the conversations Jesus had and stories he shared with people who—like us—were comparing themselves.

Leave measure-up comparison behind and connect with those around you by choosing Jesus’s me-free way of living: lifting others up and pouring yourself out!



what our friends are Saying:

We wish we had this book when we were teens!

Comparison is such a deep struggle for so many women well into adulthood! And the seeds are planted so young.

What an impact this book will have on teens, steering them to Christ, and showing them how to place their worth in Him alone, not in what others say.

Kristen Clark & Bethany Beal

Girl Defined ministry

Oh, how I wish I could go back to my teens and open up this book!

This read is going to break chains and set teen girls free.

Even as I was reading the pages as a twentysomething, the words touched my heart and reminded me of my purpose and what God says about me.

Hope Reagan Harris

Author of "This Is My Happy Place"

Shannon and Lee have written a beautiful book filled with relatable stories, personal prayers, and on-point teaching.

It is a rich gift to this generation of teen girls—really, to any woman who’s humble enough to pick it up and learn
to live ‘me-free.

Paula Hendricks-Marsteller

Author of "Confessions of a boy-Crazy girl"

This book isn’t afraid to go deep and get to the heart of issues like body image, gender identity, and comparison.

Our girls need need the whole truth of the gospel to see the why behind their struggle. This book does just that. Comparison Girl for Teens graciously points girls to the only one who can cure all our comparison issues and insecurities: Jesus.

Heather creekmore

Author of "Compared to Who?"

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