So many women today grapple with body image. Teenage girls starve themselves because they think they are fat. Older women explore the world of plastic surgery, desperately trying to turn back the clock. But more unfortunate is the woman suffering from poor soul image-the woman who can't see herself as beautiful even on the inside.
"Do you think I'm beautiful?" is an emotionally and spiritually charged question. But it is one that Angela Thomas believes is universal to all women-whether they adamantly deny it or announce it each time they enter a room. Until a woman gives herself permission to ask this question, and until she asks the only One who can ultimately answer it, fulfillment will be elusive. This workbook allows readers to apply the lessons Angela has learned on her own feminine journey, as she asked this question, searching for an answer in all the wrong places. Excerpts from the book are paired with in-depth Bible study questions and ample space for recording thoughts and responses.
|About the Contributor(s)||Angela Thomas
Angela Thomas is an ordinary woman and mom, with an extraordinary passion for God. She's been honored to walk alongside women of all ages and walks of life through her books and speaking engagements. Angela received her Master's degree from Dallas Theological Seminary. For more information on Angela, visit: www.angelathomas.com.
|Publish Date||Nov 12, 2003|
|Who It's For||Teen Girl 13-17, Women|