Kerusso is a Christian clothing company from the USA. In 2009 they produced a small line of 12 inch fashion dolls designed to be a wholesome alternative to Barbie. At launch there were three dolls - Sarah, Hannah and Abigail - then in 2010 they were joined by a new friend named Imani.
In a November 2009 article with the Washington Times Kerusso said:
“A lot of parents have looked at the fashion dolls that are out there encouraging girls to be something they are not,” says Chris Rainey, vice president of marketing for Kerusso, an Arkansas-based company that makes Christian products, including a line of dolls known as God’s Girlz. God’s Girlz recently introduced a black character, Imani, to its line of dolls. Imani joins Abigail, Sarah and Hannah in bringing girls a fashion doll with a message, Mr. Rainey says. “God’s Girlz are fashionable, yet modest,” he says, “Their body shapes are not disproportionate. This is a doll that any mom or dad is going to feel comfortable giving to their child.”
God’s Girlz have a more overt message, too. Take Abigail, the line’s rocker chick who wears a “Pick Jesus” T-shirt under her “leather” jacket. Additional accessories for the dolls include T-shirts that say “I’m a God’s Girl,” along with more typical fashion doll accoutrements such as mini hairbrushes and cell phones.
★ Sarah - box front / box back.
★ Imani - box front / box back.
★ Abigail - box front / box back.
★ Hannah - box front / box back.
There were also two fashion packs available:
★ Pack A - box front / box back.
★ Pack B - box front / box back.