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Americans spend millions on beauty products, weight-loss programs, and age-defying medical interventions each year. We set impossible standards and feel bad about ourselves when we don't reach them. Is beauty truly that difficult to attain? Or could it be that our idea of what's beautiful is simply too narrow?With engaging personal stories and dramatic before-and-after photography, filmmaker Rebecca Friedlander uncovers the true beauty of 12 women from various ethnicities and backgrounds, empowering us to shatter the lies of rejection, doubt, and low self-esteem. Utilizing compelling biblical truth and questions for personal reflection, Friedlander helps us identify our own personal battlegrounds, celebrate our uniqueness, and embrace God's definition of beautiful.Anyone who loves a great makeover story or who wants to explore their unique identity will love this eye-opening book. Let's stop letting the world define beauty and start being a voice that tells the world what true beauty actually looks like.
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|Publisher:||Baker Publishing Group|
|Product dimensions:||5.60(w) x 8.60(h) x 0.70(d)|
About the Author
Rebecca Friedlander has been in full-time ministry for nineteen years, ministering both locally and internationally using the creative arts and music. A film producer and an author, she has created the projects Celtic Pilgrimage, Thin Places, Radical Makeovers, and Pioneers; written more than ten books; and runs a nonprofit ministry committed to worship and the creative arts. She has a bachelor's degree in Christian Creative Arts and a master's in Celtic Studies. When not on the road, Rebecca enjoys leading personal discipleship and prayer retreats from a log home in northeast Texas.