"Look gorgeous---fast!" "Fall shopping: styles that can get you noticed!" "Make over your body!" Young women are bombarded with such messages . . . so how can they know what's true and trustworthy? Franklin offers a candid look at attractiveness, modesty, self-image---and what God values as beautiful. 123 pages, softcover from Discovery.
Whether she's online chatting with friends, reading a magazine, or watching her favorite television show, today's young woman faces a constant barrage of guarantees that she can become prettier, skinnier, sexier. Find the perfect look. Lose ten pounds. Buy designer clothes like the stars. Attract your favorite guy. Is it any wonder that young women always seem unhappy with who they are? Is it any wonder that when it comes to modesty and demeanor, many young Christian women look much like everyone else in the culture? Regina Franklin speaks honestly but sensitively to young women about who God created them to be.
In a world that would identify women by the roles they fill, Regina believes that the defining point of a womans life is being a daughter of God. Everything else flows from that place. Regina teaches high school English full-time and serves alongside her husband in ministry. She and her husband, Scott, have two children. Regina has written two books, Who Calls Me Beautiful and Designed by God, and she regularly contributes to the online devotional Our Daily Journey.