I don’t like to admit it, but I have struggled with body image issues and still sometimes do. That lie surfaces that “I’m not good enough.” I have wondered if this was an issue for other women and as I’ve traveled around the US and even internationally speaking out on this issue I have found it is.
These statistics speak for themselves.
And the pressure is all around us to look a certain way. Abercrombie and Fitch has been in the news lately for not selling over a size 10. I walked around a clothing store last night and literally felt sick to my stomach as I saw shorts that looked little more than underwear, skimpy tank tops and string bikinis that are barely more than strings. We are told we need to display our bodies for all to see. And what if we don’t fit in those clothes and sizes? Then, we don’t feel like we measure up.
However, who we are is so much more.
The reason I have written and published the book “Body Image Lies Women Believe: And the Truth of Christ that Sets Them Free” is to tackle this difficult subject of body image. I did so by having women of every shape and size share their struggles, the lies they believed and the truth of Christ that set them free.
And their stories are powerful.
Join me in taking a stand for true beauty!
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“And then you will know the truth and the truth will set you FREE.” John 8:32
I love reading stories of deliverance and Christ’s life-changing power.
I highly recommend this book.
About real women.
And the One who changed them.