Book #3 in the Life, Love & God Series
If ten girls were asked to describe the “perfect” girl, they would likely rattle off an eerily similar list of qualities―from hair, skin, and weight to a cute button nose. That’s a problem, because God has given girls a desire to be desirable. If girls think that they will be most wanted if they fit a one-size-fits-all image of “perfection,” they will continually chase that proverbial carrot their entire lives.
Backwards Beauty examines ten cultural lies young women listen to regarding beauty to help them unpack how they’re looking at themselves through the wrong lens. The “tips to feel ugly” range from “compare yourself to every other girl” to “eat junk and diet, diet, diet.”
Book #2 in the Life, Love & God Series
Are you living in silent shame?
Hiding a “secret sin”? Maybe you numb life’s pain with a bottle, razor blade, or sex. Maybe you “binge and purge” or act on feelings for other girls. Whatever your secret—shocking or not—you are not alone.
Freedom is possible.
Unashamed breaks the silence about the sins girls think they have to hide. With daring and a touch of humor, author Jessie Minassian shares her own story of struggle and victory. It’s time to ditch the shame and live in the freedom Jesus died to offer you!
Book #1 in the Life, Love & God Series
What is it about us girls that makes us want to be with a guy so badly we can’t stand it? Are those crazy emotions normal? Are they okay? Is there a better way? Seriously—is it even possible to get to marriage without having your life shattered by a member of the opposite sex? And what kind of man should you want to marry anyway?
Through the pages of Crushed, readers will learn the truth from God’s Word about who we are, why our hearts are so precious, how to navigate relationships, and what a healthy, God-centered romance might look like.
Deep down every girl wants to be admired, respected and honored, and that’s what God wants too. He knows that when young women hold their heads up high and walk with dignity, they’ll be much happier and more confident individuals who gain the respect of others.
Respect will give young women the freedom and confidence to handle their bodies in a way that God will deem worthy, from how they dress to how they act and even how they treat other people.