There are very few women in this day and age that don't worry at all about making themselves beautiful, and many teenage girls struggle with their identity and self-image, obsessing over their looks, weight, etc. This book is a guide, a God-guide, to help girls to learn of the One who loves you as you are, and to help you let go of the self-control that is holding you back. Author Sarah Bragg reveals her own struggles with body image growing up in an effort to help the girls of today realize that they are not alone, and just how beautiful they really are.
Body. Beauty. Boys. Many teen girls pick up the message early that these three things will totally determine their future happiness. They become devoted to these three things to the exclusion of all else. Their friends and family may not recognize it, but their every waking moment is consumed with thoughts of their body and appearance, which leads them to drastic, destructive measures in their lives. This book offers encouragement, advice and guided journaling for girls in those critical years of battling their body image.
Sarah Bragg has worked with students in ministry for more than 10 years and previously worked in full-time student ministry for 6 years. She also spent several years creating, developing, and writing a student strategy and curriculum called XP3 Students for Orange at the reThink Group. Sarah speaks regularly to large audiences of teen girls, singles, and womens audiences in church settings, at schools, at retreats and at conferences. She has a Masters of Arts in Biblical Studies from Dallas Theological Seminary. Sarah and her husband, Scott, and their daughters, Sinclair and Rory, reside in Cleveland, TN.