In “The Girl God Wants,” Daniella Whyte Helps Young Women Discover Who They Are and Who They Can Be

Society throws a lot of ungodly stuff at young ladies today, and it is hard to find tools that can empower them to godliness and greatness. In The Girl God Wants, Daniella Whyte (age 14 when she began writing the book) helps young ladies with some of the issues that they face today.

Often, it is easier for teenagers to relate to each other, and they are sometimes more eager to listen to the advice of their peers. With appealing chapters and a sister-to-sister style, Whyte shows young ladies how much God loves them and how to discover their gifts and purpose in life.

In The Girl God Wants, young ladies will be encouraged to memorize Scripture through the “Scripture Says” section in each chapter. They will be motivated to act on their faith through the “Celebrate” section at the end of each chapter.

They will also be challenged by the “Think About It” sections placed throughout the book. By the time a young lady completes this book, she will know: who she is in Christ, what her purpose is in life, and where her obedience to God can take her, and she will be The Girl God Wants.

The Girl God Wants is available on Amazon.com and Amazon Kindle.


Daniella Whyte is a bestselling author, writer, and blogger. She holds degrees in Human Services, Psychology, and Religion from Liberty University. Her main mission in life is to tell everyone she can about the grace and love of God and to help everyone she can be all they can be for God’s glory. She is the author of six books and co-author of two.