Physical perfection is an illusion. Yet "women long to achieve it, no matter how unattainable it is." This book skillfully chips away at the belief that a woman's body is more important than her character. A proper biblical understanding of God's design for women empowers them to move beyond the cultural standards. Published in 2004 and updated in 2016. The 2004 version of Who Calls Me Beautiful is available in the following translations: Spanish * Portuguese * Chinese * South African English * Afrikaan. Call Discovery House Publishers (800.653.8333) to order.
Whether she's online chatting with friends, reading a magazine, or watching her favorite television show, today's young woman faces a constant barrage of guarantees that she can become prettier, skinnier, sexier. Is it any wonder that young women always seem unhappy with who they are? Honest talk from Regina Franklin that speaks honestly but sensitively to young women about who God created them to be.