Do you gaze in the mirror and wish you could look like a model? Bevere says you'll never measure up as long as you compare yourself to others! Encouraging you to stop believing the lies our culture tells us, she shares her struggles with body image and helps you see yourself the way God does. 144 pages, hardcover from Charisma.
"Vision is the art of seeing what is invisible to others." Jonathan Swift 1667-1745
You are what you have. You are how you look. You are who you know.
Our culture endlessly echoes these lies that hold many men and women captive. Your value, our world says, is a matter of sightclothes, cars, youth, power, and beauty will make you worth something. But you don't have to measure yourself by the world's standards.
You are not what they see. You are who God sees.
In It's Not How You Look, It's What You See Lisa Bevere exposes the lie. With a candid account of her personal struggles with self-worth and body image, Lisa shows you how the battle for value can be fought and won. If you struggle with understanding your identity or worth, the truths in this book will set you free.
God hasn't asked you to measure up to some ideal man or woman. His plan for your life is uniquely yours. Discover it today!
Lisa Bevere empowers men and women by weaving the practical with the profound truth of God's Word in award-winning curriculums and best-selling books (Lioness Arising, Fight Like a Girl, Nurture, Kissed the Girls and Made Them Cry, and more). Her heart breaks over social injustice. As an advocate for change, she rallies others to be an answer to desperate problems near and far. She and her husband, John Bevere, cofounded Messenger International, an organization established to teach, reach, and rescue. Lisa is the mother of four sons and grandmother of three.