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Teen and Young
Author: Erin Davis
ISBN: 0802445853
Subcategory: Religion & Spirituality
Pages 166 pages
Publisher Moody Publishers; New edition (July 1, 2008)
Language English
Category: Teen and Young
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 252
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eBook Graffiti: Learning to See the Art in Ourselves download

by Erin Davis


Only 5 left in stock (more on the way). Journal prompts help readers dig deeper into each chapter.

This book contained many great thought-provoking impulses for me. Erin Davis challenges us to think about our relation to the world's standards of beauty, our eating habits, our father and mother relationship, God's love for us and how he sees our beauty. It helped me a lot to think about God's love for me and drew me into his arms.

A popular speaker, author and blogger, ERIN DAVIS has addressed women of all ages nationwide and is. .When she's not writing books, you can find Erin chasing down chickens and children on her small farm in the Midwest.

A popular speaker, author and blogger, ERIN DAVIS has addressed women of all ages nationwide and is passionately committed to sharing God's Truth with others. She is the author of many books including Connected, Beyond Bath Time, and the My Name is Erin series. Библиографические данные. Graffiti: Learning to See the Art in Ourselves. Moody Publishers, 2008.

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Author Erin Davis, who has struggled plenty with her own body image, takes young women on a journey of discovery .

Journal prompts help readers dig deeper into each chapter. Young women will come to a deeper understanding of physical and spiritual beauty as they look in the mirror through God's eyes.

Young women today face many self-image and identity issues. Fueled by media in magazines, movies, and television, they are presented with a standard of physical beauty few obtain

Young women today face many self-image and identity issues. Fueled by media in magazines, movies, and television, they are presented with a standard of physical beauty few obtain. In 'Graffiti:Learning to see the Art in Ourselves' Erin Davis looks to the Bible to see what God says about our identity and what is beautiful. Ideal for women of all ages, 'Graffiti' will open your eyes to the source of true and lasting beauty. Graffiti: Learning to See the Art in Ourselves - eBook (9781575673936) by Erin Davis.

Graffiti : Learning to See the Art in Ourselves. com User, July 16, 2008. Ms. Davis has done a remarkable job sharing her journey while calling us as women to start seeing ourselves as God does - regardless of the reflection in the mirror

Graffiti : Learning to See the Art in Ourselves. Select Format: Paperback. Davis has done a remarkable job sharing her journey while calling us as women to start seeing ourselves as God does - regardless of the reflection in the mirror. I am confident that God is going to use this in a mighty way to heal many hearts. A compelling book for all women. com User, July 7, 2008.

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Beauty is one ugly subject!It's no secret that girls struggle with feeling gross, fat, skinny, tall, short, or inadequate, thanks to distorted ideas of what beauty really is. The media is no help, with its airbrushed and enhanced images of models and movie stars.The answer isn't dieting or new clothes or surgery. The answer is found in the Word of God.Author Erin Davis, who has struggled plenty with her own body image, takes young women on a journey of discovery and love to a new image of themselves as daughters of God.She addresses issues such as how we talk to ourselves, truths about our bodies, redefining flaws, disordered eating, and true inward beauty in this honest and thought-provoking book. Journal prompts help readers dig deeper into each chapter.Young women will come to a deeper understanding of physical and spiritual beauty as they look in the mirror through God's eyes.

Rich Vulture
What a great study to get girls to see the beauty inside of themselves and to recognize the lies they are believing! Our girls seem to thoroughly enjoy this study - we've had more at each lesson than for many of our other studies. The book has a lot of information that is geared toward middle and high school aged girls, but the leaders are getting a lot out of it too. Works great with the leader's guide! The author can definitely relate to teenage girls in a way that they understand.
Anayajurus
Written by a lovely young lady who has herself struggled with self-esteem issues, this book is a "must-have" for the toolbox of any parent or leader of teen girls or young adults. Erin contrasts the ever-changing definitions of physical beauty with the unchanging biblical affirmation of our value in God's eyes. Peel away the layers of lies we believe and discover the truth about who we are and what we mean to God.

I met Erin at a Christian writers' meeting, and she is the "real deal." Having struggled with eating disorders and recovered, she can authoritatively speak to other women about our views of ourselves and others. A veteran youth minister, she fluently speaks "teen-ese."

This book is visually appealing, easy to read and includes pages of interactive journal and discussion prompts. Lets girls of all ages see what's in their hearts, what's behind the media hype about beauty and what's in God's word about the subject.

Thanks, Erin for pouring your heart and soul into this great resource. And thanks, Moody, for making it nationally available!
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I was reading this to see if I would like it for a group of girls we are hosting for an event this fall. Boy was I struck cold when I read Ms. Davis' account of how her mom's dissatisfaction with her bod influenced Ms. Davis as a young lady. I totally related. That was ME!! I'm the mom! I never thought of how my dissatisfaction with what God has given ME would trickle down to my beautiful seemingly confident daughter.
I really feel like this book is for ALL females across the boards, not just young ladies. I'm not sure the target is for youth, but MY over 45 year old friends will be reading this!!!
I am an artist, and the exec dir. of a performing arts center AND I teach acting at our local community college - I have already added a lot of the Graffiti principles to my Acting I curriculum. This can be applied to anybody! Just how much of our culture dictates our thoughts on ourselves? I had no idea! graffiti is an easy read, but powerful with fresh thought provoking Bible based principles that our ladies today do not hear or see. I feel freed from the slavery of culture compliance. Ms. Davis shoots it straight and makes it real, on how we look at ourselves and others.
Self confrontation! That's what it is. I am not only getting this for my daughter but the event girls will also be receiving this!
Thank you for graffiti!!
Morlunn
Maybe like you, I approached this book thinking that I had read several other books with similar messages. Although that is true, this one seemed to present its message with such clarity that I find myself believing the truths. Identifying with Erin wasn't hard because we have all been there, but I enjoyed how she asked me to do more than just read over the questions, but answer them for myself.
The author draws me in with her honesty and stories. The truth she shares isn't presented in an overwhelming manner, but rather penetrating. Her claims come from the source of truth, the Bible, which is a powerful tool.
This books is truly a book to share. Pass it on to all the women in your life; they're beautiful. But do more than that, share with each other the struggle we all encounter about our worth. I feel like its something I've felt the need to keep hidden. That is a lie. And now its time to share.
Iriar
While I did not care for the title of the book, I found that it's overall message was something that every woman no matter what her age needs to hear. We live in a society that places a woman's worth in everything except for where God intended, and this book does an amazing job of uncovering the lies that cause so many women to self destruct. This book reveals the heart of every woman and her desire to be a beautiful princess. It carefully reveals that this longing is the natural result of being children of THE KING. This means that there is royalty in our blood! We are princesses and Erin does an excellent job of revealing how the Bible teaches us that our royalty is established and we have a place in God's kingdom. Now all we have to do is actively embrace these truths trusting that God will remain faithful to the wonderful promises that he has made to all of His children in His Word. God loves us so much that He was willing to die for us. How could we ever feel unworthy in light of such a grand gesture of love from the King of the universe?
Impala Frozen
I've read many things that were supposed to help my self esteem with how I looked and felt about myself. But after reading Graffiti a boost of encouragment stayed with me. I continue to remind myself of the book Graffiti whenever I feel down on myself and what not. expect uplift and encouragment when reading this book. I felt like I was on the same level as the auther Erin Davis. I could relate to many situations and feelings that she explains in her book. One of my favorite things about Graffiti is it encouraged me to open up scriptures in the Bible whenever she would spat out scripture verses to read. what better source can you have than the Word itself. Reading Graffiti and then referring to the Bible was most fun and even more encouraging than the fact of relating so well to Erin Davis. I highly recommend! :)