May 18, 2021
Physical beauty is something that we think about. For some of us, it takes up more mental real estate than we’d like to admit. In fact, it’s a point of insecurity for us. We’re bombarded with different definitions of beauty; so much so that it can be exhausting! What is truly beautiful? Can the Bible actually help us have a healthy outlook on physical beauty? Can this not be a point of insecurity for us as Chrisitan women? Bethany Beal from Girl Defined Ministries helps us work through this.
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Resources mentioned in this episode:
Lies Women Believe by Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth
Scripture mentioned in this episode:
1 Samuel 16:7
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