More Beautiful Than You Know
: Have you ever let a magazine define your body image or tell you how you should look? Ever stared into the mirror and thought, "I hate my body"? Have you given a guy the power to decide whether or...
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Have you ever let a magazine define your body image or tell you how you should look? Ever stared into the mirror and thought, "I hate my body"? Have you given a guy the power to decide whether or not you matter?
You're not the only one. So many young women suffer from insecurity and poor body image. When you look to anything--or anyone--other than God for a picture of your self-worth, you'll see a distorted reflection. Former professional model Jennifer Strickland knows all too well the despair young women experience when they allow the world to define their body image. Being treated like a plastic mannequin left her wondering where on earth to turn for her true reflection.
Now, in a new version of her acclaimed book Beautiful Lies, Jennifer Strickland tells you that when you turn away from the mirrors of the world and look into the never-changing mirror of the Word, your beauty, purpose, and identity become crystal clear. You are God's beloved daughter, designed to reflect His image.
Before earning her Bachelor's degree in broadcast journalism and her Master's degree in Writing and Literature, Jennifer Strickland was a model for Ford Models NYC, Nina Blanchard of Los Angeles, Fashion Milan and NOVA Models of Munich. She has worked for Giorgio Armani on the runways of Milan, and has appeared in television commercials for Oil of Olay, Mercedes Benz, Converse Tennis Shoes, Cherry Coke, Fanta Orange, Taco Bell and Vibrance shampoo. She has appeared in fashion magazines across Europe in addition to doing high-profile print campaigns for Jordache, Eddie Bauer, and Elizabeth Arde