New Release Explores Self-Worth and Biblical Worth

Every day, women receive subtle—and not-so-subtle—messages about their self-worth that affect them emotionally and relationally. According to research conducted by Dove,* 60 percent of girls are so concerned with personal appearance that they opt out of participating in daily life activities such as sports and attending school. Research psychologist Jennifer Crocker, PhD, says that college students who based their self-worth on external sources, including appearance and approval from others, reported more stress, anger, and relationship problems.** It should come as no surprise that these issues often affect women later in life.

Trying to live up to others’ expectations and their own performance standards can leave women feeling anxious and exhausted. But what if those struggles are based on false perceptions and lies? What if women could understand where their flawed and tainted beliefs come from and learn how to replace those lies with truth?

In her freshly updated book, God’s View of You: Discovering Your Biblical Worth, author and speaker Colleen Mehrer equips women to address the root causes of their self-worth struggles and inspires them to develop, cultivate, and maintain a lifestyle of biblical worth.

“As women explore the reasons why they feel the way they do, and learn to replace the lies they believe with the truth of God’s word, they experience more peace and joy in their lives,” Mehrer says.

Utilizing true-life stories as well as action steps, guided study features, and introspection prompts, God’s View of You provides practical application strategies, creating a safe haven in which lies are revealed and truth is proclaimed.

Well-suited for both individual and small group use, this book includes a Leader’s Guide designed to help facilitators guide others toward the discovery of their true biblical worth.

Colleen Mehrer is an author, small group study leader, and speaker at women’s events. She holds a degree in medical technology and is passionate about physical and spiritual health education.

(Source: Christian Newswire)

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