More Than Just Pretty
Am I Who I Know? Friendships/popularity/family/boys
Am I What I Achieve? School
Am I What I Look Like? We Are More Than Our Image
Be You: You Are A Masterpiece (illustration And Exploration)
Am I Enough? Model Culture-nobody’s Perfect
Am I Pretty? Instagram Perfection Culture, Comparison
Am I A Selfie Queen? Social Media
Be Beautiful: You Are A Masterpiece (illustration And Exploration)
Am I What Has Happened To Me?
Am I Happy? Inner Critic, Don’t Worry
Am I Significant? Future Plans, Dreaming, The Journey
Be A Dreamer: You Are A Masterpiece (illustration And Exploration)
4. #AskJessie – Social Media Wave, Final Advice, Further Support
In today’s world, youth are growing up in a society where social media is an integral part of their sense of self. But what are the repercussions of this, and how can we teach young girls where their true worth and identity is found?Jessie Faerber sets out to put the record straight and redefine how girls see themselves. Highlighting the pervasiveness of selfies, the distortion of beauty on social media, and the chase after perfectionism, she offers hope amidst the pressures of internet perfection and reaffirms our identity as God’s masterpiece: original, exquisite, and of infinite value.
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John Chrysostom : The Preacher In The Emperor’s Court$11.99Add to cart
There was something about John Chrysostom and the words he spoke that lit up his world.
He was an important leader of the early church, known so much for his preaching and public speaking that he was given the nickname Golden Mouth. He spoke his mind and followed his convictions. He refused to host the lavish social gatherings that his predecessors had laid on. This meant that John Chrysostom really annoyed the wealthy citizens of Constantinople. He spoke out against how many influential Christians cared little for the poor.
“It is madness to fill your cupboards with clothing while other human beings stand naked and trembling with the cold so that they can hardly hold themselves upright.”
It didn’t matter if you were rich or poor John spoke the truth – emphatically. Even the empress fell under his criticism which eventually led to his exile and death.
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With roughly 500,000 children and growing in America’s foster care system, the new mission field for the church is clear. The Church & Foster Care shows how to simply engage in life-giving ministry to an underserved community. From real-life situations, foster care parent, educator, and advocate Dr. John DeGarmo lays out why God is calling the church to become involved. Sharing from the decades of support he received from his local church, this book is filled with practical and manageable suggestions on how to meet practical needs while planting seeds of faith.
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For many of us women, inviting people into our lives and homes feels like inviting judgement of our entertaining skills and stress on our already maxed-out schedules. But what if you knew that opening your front door was a simple and radical way to change the world? Just Open the Door is for seasoned hosts, nervous newbies, and everyone in between. It is a personal yes-you-can invitation. Through Jen’s hilarious fails, personal tales, and practical tips, you’ll start to see your home as the most likely location for changing the world around you.
Christmas Carol An Engaging Visual Journey$22.99Add to cart
For the first time, Charles Dickens’s classic work is a heartwarming, mixed-media special edition complete with charming Victorian English-inspired watercolor paintings, decorative hand-lettering, vintage imagery, and space for journaling and reflection. As you read and connect with this unique, artfully-designed Visual Journey, its pages become a reminder that Christmas should be a time of goodwill to everybody-both the Cratchits and the Scrooges of the world! The high-spirited, generous-hearted Dickens reminds readers that wealth does not make Christmas happy, and that poverty and isolation need not make if miserable. Since its publication in 1843, A Christmas Carol has inspired millions of people to have compassion and love for the poor, the lonely, and the marginalized.
This special Visual Journey edition is accented by 80 full-color paintings, engravings, and hand-lettered quotes. Additional stories in this collection include “The Gift of the Magi” (O. Henry), “The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle” (Arthur Conan Doyle), “The Louis d’Or” (Francois Coppee), and “The Torn Cloak” (Maxime du Camp).