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In a culture obsessed with surface beauty, how can you stop comparing yourself to others - and start discovering who you really are? In this refreshing call to courageous living, Lee Wolfe Blum offers inspiring stories from real women who chose to be authentic; reflections on her own journey; and discussion questions and ideas to get you started.
Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: David C. Cook
Publication Date: 2017
|Dimensions: 8.30 X 5.50 (inches)|
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Lee Wolfe Blum offers stories from everyday women who have answered these questions with their livesand found true beauty in the process. In Brave Is the New Beautiful, Blum weaves reflections from her own journey with inspirational stories from everyday women who chose to take off their masks and live authentically. Through call-to-action questions and ideas, she encourages readers to be brave enough to be who they really are and the beloved that God knows they are.
In today's 'be everything to everybody' society, women find the idea of being brave and beautiful a foreign thought when they are struggling just to survive. Blum shares her stories, as well as those of many women whom she admires, to encourage readers to not compete but to become who God wants them to be.
Blum is a mental health practitioner who works with patients facing eating disorders and addictions. Her passion of hope and freedom is shown throughout this book as she reminds readers that they aren't necessarily here on earth to be happy but to honor God and become more Christlike.
The heartwarming stories of strength and bravery are excellent for a personal study as well as for a group study. Additional ideas are found in the reflection questions and thoughts at the end of each chapter and the thorough notes section at the end of the book.