Starting This Week – Tasha

We’re so excited to introduce the 4th book in the Girls of Virtue Series. Everyone, meet Tasha Lu Solara! Tasha is fourteen-years-old and lives in Hacienda Heights, California. She loves dance and drama, fashion, coding, and stars in her own TV show called Code-Girl. Tasha’s story is based on chapter four of The Virtuous Girl, Lead Other Girls to the Lord. Starting this week, new chapters will be posted every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday on the Girls of Virtue Series blog. Below is a description and every thing else you need to know about Tasha.



A fiction series for girls combining fun, fashion, friends, and faith, based on the book, The Virtuous Girl.

14-year-old Tasha Lu Solara loves dance, drama, fashion, and coding. But the most important thing you should know about her is that she is a follower of Jesus. Growing up in an atheist/Buddhist family, Tasha is reluctant to talk about her faith. It isn’t until she joins the ZOEgivers student club at her high school and ends up on a trip involving murdered missionaries, a white tiger prophecy, and an ancient people sect of the Ming Dynasty that she learns the importance of shining her light.

Read character bios from Tasha’s story. Check out Tasha’s wallpaper and her Pinterest board. You can also download Tasha for free on NoiseTrade.

Haile Thomas: Health Advocate, Motivational Speaker and Jr. Chef


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via The Oprah Magazine, By Abbe Wright

Find out how a 13-year-old’s love for cooking and educating others led to face time with Michelle Obama and helped her start her own not-for-profit.

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Women of the Word: Salome


Salome was a part of the blessed group of women (Mary Magdalene, Mary the mother of James, etc.) who followed Jesus the Christ while He was on earth and ministered to Him. They were present throughout Christ’s years of ministry. These women were also present at His brutal crucifixion, His burial, and right after His resurrection. Salome is mentioned in 15:40-41 and 16:1 of the Gospel of Mark. She was one of the first to hear the glorious news, “He is risen! He is not here!” Salome’s part in the Bible may be small, but she has some significant things to teach us.

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“Oscar: Son of a Preacher Man” Complete Story


Today, Oscar’s story was finished on the Girls of Virtue Series blog. You can download Oscar’s complete book for free on NoiseTrade or read it via the links below or on Wattpad or Goodreads.

Tell us what you think about Oscar’s story. Who was your favorite character?

Women of the Word: Ruth


Along with Esther, Ruth is the only other woman in the Bible to have her own book. Her story is short (only four chapters) and sweet. It is one of the most beautiful love stories in the history of love stories. Ruth’s life is a stark contrast to that of her sister-in-law’s life. Remember Orpah? While she decided to return to her hometown of Moab, Ruth decided to return to Bethlehem with her widowed mother-in-law, Naomi.

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Katie Davis: Amazima Founder, Mother of 13 Daughters


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Twitter: @katieinuganda | Facebook | YouTube

In December of 2006, 18-year-old Katie Davis from Brentwood, Tennessee, traveled to Uganda for the first time. She was immediately captivated with the people and the culture.

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