Beauty is one ugly subject.
It’s no secret that girls struggle with feeling inadequate, thanks to distorted ideas of what beauty really is. The media is no help; with it’s airbrushed and enhanced images of models and movie stars.
The answer isn’t dieting, new clothes or surgery. The answer is found in the Word of God.
Popular author and speaker, Erin Davis, who has struggled plenty with her own body image, wrote the book, Graffiti: Learning to See the Art in Ourselves, to help young women discover a new image of themselves rooted in God’s Truth.
In her book and through her ministry, Graffiti Ministries, Erin addresses issues such as how we talk to ourselves, truths about our bodies, re-defining flaws, disordered eating, and true inward beauty. Don’t miss the Leader’s Guide, which provides small group leaders with ideas for retreat activities and going deeper. Or enlist Erin to come and speak at your event about God’s plan for True Beauty.
Young women who connect with Erin and her book will come to a deeper understanding of physical and spiritual beauty as they look in the mirror through God’s eyes.
“When I first read this book by Erin Davis called Graffiti, my assumption was that this was a book for teenage girls, for young women and I wasn’t sure how much I would get out of it personally. But the more I got in to it, the more I realized this is a message I need. It’s a message every woman needs.”
–Nancy Leigh DeMoss, national radio host.
“Erin has an uncommon grasp on what goes on in our minds as girls. She knows that the messages this world sends us about beauty create a battlefield in our minds. Consider this book standard issue armor! You need it to survive.”
–Dannah Gresh, bestselling youth author.