Learning to Love the Girl in the Mirror
Monica Schmelter readily admits that she, like most women has had more than one bad hair day and opted to stay home rather than go out and have fun. Monica says “It’s not the desire to look our best that gets us off track, but it’s the unrealistic and unhealthy beauty standards promoted in the media that can leave even a Jesus loving girl feeling like she’s not pretty enough. Thus, our Mirror Mirror on the Wall relationship usually starts young and lasts a lifetime. We gaze into the mirror with questions and look intently for answers.
Have you ever asked yourself these questions:
- Does this make me look fat?
- Am I pretty enough?
- Do I need to lose weight?
- Is my nose too big?
- How noticeable are my wrinkles?
Looking in the mirror will never be the same again as Monica leads you in "Does This Make Me Look Fat?" Practically speaking you'll be empowered with the biblical tools to lay down the mirror of this world (and its standard of beauty) and to pick up the mirror of God's Word where you will find your true beauty and lasting joy.