Friday, April 29, 2011

Fashioned by Faith By Rachel Carter Published by Thomas Nelson

Book Description

Everyone knows that we live in a “skin-is-in” society, heavily driven by media and immodesty. So how does a young Christian woman reconcile a fashionable wardrobe with maintaining her integrity?

Written by international professional model Rachel Lee Carter, Fashioned by Faith offers a cutting-edge approach to the concept of beauty with a Biblical foundation that will attract moms and daughters alike. Readers will love hearing about Carter’s exciting story as she leads them on an engaging study that touches on a huge felt need for young women: real beauty has nothing to do with looks.

Offering three valuable perspectives—teen boys, a professional model, and God’s Word—Carter explains her standards of modesty in a way that will make readers acquire a specific understanding of the author’s wardrobe choices and the impact those choices can make on others. Readers will also learn to season their self-image with daily quiet time with God. A tour of Scripture will reveal the value of heart issues like modesty and why they’re important to God.

Never compromising her sense of style or her faith, every young lady can discover what it means to be Fashioned by Faith. Moms and girls will love this book!

My Thoughts:
Terrific book.
I could not get enough of it. So much to digest and
savour. I have been going over the things I have read (and re-read)
from Fashioned By Faith for the last few days and can't help but by infected
by the information. It has shifted my thoughts/reactions to things.
Shifted my ideas towards clothing, men, women etc.
I would say that not only girls and ladies should read this, but men too.
It's greatly insightful and sheds great light on a topic that I wish I
had known about or been aware more of when I was younger. Great book.
Thank you Rachel Carter!!

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