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100 Years of Beauty and Why It Matters

Feel like you don't fit the culture's standard of beauty? Stick around. The standard will change. Here's why you don’t have to

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Beauty Pageant Reflections

Are beautiful girls worth more?

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Broken Windows and Your Beauty

Why what you think affects how you live.


Capturing True Beauty in a Photoshopped World

As women, we long to be beautiful. The world know this and plays upon it by constantly feeding us unrealistic images to imitate.

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D-I-S-C-I-P-L-I-N-E-D Eating

Criteria for you and me to consider as we develop our personal plan for disciplined eating.


Does Physical Beauty Matter?

Our world tells us that physical beauty is what matters most. What does God say?

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Female Beauty Matters

The topic of woman's appearance is trivial compared to the war on the other side of the world—but given the reality of our culture, it's a battle that hits much closer to home.


Free at Last!

Debra shares her struggle with the slavery, secrecy, and guilt of bulimia and the process through which God brought her to lasting freedom.


Free to Be Real

Women everywhere hide behind masks, unwilling to show other believers their struggles and pain.


Graffiti: Learning to See the Art in Ourselves

Come to a deeper understanding of physical and spiritual beauty as you look in the mirror through God's eyes.


Graffiti, with Erin Davis

When the world's definition of beauty is unattainable, and many women turn to destructive behaviors in the pursuit.


Love to Eat, Hate to Eat, with Elyse Fitzpatrick

Elyse Fitzpatrick as they speak candidly about their own struggles with food and strive to help us understand this area from God's perspective.

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Pathway to Freedom

I became a slave to bulimia. I loved and enjoyed food, but I didn't want it to "catch up with me." How delighted I was to find this way of eating what I wanted without consequences—or so I thought.

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Real Beauty

When it comes to beauty—whether inner or outerwe are our own worst critics.


Seeing Yourself Through God's Eyes, with Nancy Stafford

Nancy shares her struggle with self-worth and how looks became the center of her existence as an actress


True Beauty

Take this heart check test to help discern your thoughts, motives, and goals regarding beauty.

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Warning: Photoshopped Women

Similar to the warning labels on cigarettes, the labels on photoshopped ads imply that "ingesting" these images might be bad for a girl's self image and emotional health.

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What Are You Really Teaching Your Daughter About Beauty?

I thought, "If there's something wrong with my beautiful mom, there must be something wrong with me."