Wait for Me: Rediscovering the Joy of Purity in Romance

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Wait For Me: Rediscovering the Joy of Purity in Romance
Author Rebecca St. James
Country United States
Language English
Genre Christian non-fiction
Publisher Nelson Books
Publication date
July 2, 2002
Media type Print (Hardcover)
Pages 176 pages
ISBN 0-7852-7127-9
OCLC 49683581
241/.66 21
LC Class BV4647.C5 S7 2002
Followed by Wait for Me Journal: Thoughts for My Future Husband

Wait For Me: Rediscovering the Joy of Purity in Romance is a 2002 book written by Christian pop and rock singer/songwriter Rebecca St. James. It was inspired by her popular song, "Wait For Me" (from her album Transform) which was also the title of her 2000 46-city concert tour. The book, like the song, is about the values of remaining a virgin until marriage.[1] The title also carried through to her 2003 compilation album, Wait For Me: The Best From Rebecca St. James.[2] The book reached #1 on the Christian Booksellers Association Best Seller List for Young Adults.[3][4]

An editorial reviewer on Amazon.com said this about the book:

Journal & Study Guide[edit]

In 2003, Rebecca released a personal journal for the book entitled Wait For Me Journal: Thoughts For My Future Husband. In 2005 she released a study guide for the book entitled Wait For Me Study Guide: Discover the Power of Purity.

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