In a culture where airbrushed models and career-driven women define beauty and success, it's no wonder we have a distorted view of femininity. Our impossible standards place an incredible burden of stress on the backs of women and girls of all ages, resulting in anxiety, eating disorders, and depression. One question we often forget to ask is this: What is God's design for womanhood?
In Girl Defined, sisters and popular bloggers Kristen Clark and Bethany Baird offer women a countercultural view of beauty, femininity, and self-worth. Based firmly in God's design for their lives, this book helps women rethink what true success and beauty look like. It invites them on a liberating journey toward a radically better vision for femininity that ends with the discovery of the kind of hope, purpose, and fulfillment they've been yearning for.
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"Kristen and Bethany are great role models. And this message is one every girl needs. Who doesn't wonder if they are 'enough'? This book will redefine what it means to be a girl."
Dannah Gresh, bestselling author of And the Bride Wore White
"Radical. Compelling. Timeless. Timely. Powerful. Beautiful. Kristen and Bethany's vision for what it means to be a woman is all this and more!"
Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth, bestselling author and Revive Our Hearts teacher and host
"Women today are told that their value is sexual. They have worth because of their beauty, and they shoulduse their looks to gain power over men. Rarely is a book so well positioned to counter these secular lies asthis one. The testimony of two women who had every opportunity to pursue worldly womanhood butinstead chose biblical womanhood is priceless. You look up from reading the cut-to-the-heart exhortations and inspiring stories, and you can almost see Ruth, Hannah, Mary, and many others calling to a generation of girls, summoning them to defy Satan and seek Christ."
Owen Strachan, president of the Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood and author of The Colson Way