Body Matters

Ezer

The Body Created

Chrystie Cole & Virginia Griffin • Ezer

How a woman thinks about, views, and treats her body will either disempower her and hinder her growth in spiritual maturity, or it will free her from slavery to self and enable her to be a powerful and effective minister of Christ in all seasons and circumstances. Self-acceptance will never bring lasting freedom. Whether we loathe ourselves or love ourselves, self is still at the center. If we hope to find freedom from the tyranny of our own self-image, we must learn to view ourselves through a different lens.

The Body Masked

Chrystie Cole & Virginia Griffin • Ezer

How a woman thinks about, views, and treats her body will either disempower her and hinder her growth in spiritual maturity, or it will free her from slavery to self and enable her to be a powerful and effective minister of Christ in all seasons and circumstances. Self-acceptance will never bring lasting freedom. Whether we loathe ourselves or love ourselves, self is still at the center. If we hope to find freedom from the tyranny of our own self-image, we must learn to view ourselves through a different lens.

The Body Managed

Chrystie Cole & Virginia Griffin • Ezer

How a woman thinks about, views, and treats her body will either disempower her and hinder her growth in spiritual maturity, or it will free her from slavery to self and enable her to be a powerful and effective minister of Christ in all seasons and circumstances. Self-acceptance will never bring lasting freedom. Whether we loathe ourselves or love ourselves, self is still at the center. If we hope to find freedom from the tyranny of our own self-image, we must learn to view ourselves through a different lens.

The Body Redeemed

Bill White • Ezer

How a woman thinks about, views, and treats her body will either disempower her and hinder her growth in spiritual maturity, or it will free her from slavery to self and enable her to be a powerful and effective minister of Christ in all seasons and circumstances. Self-acceptance will never bring lasting freedom. Whether we loathe ourselves or love ourselves, self is still at the center. If we hope to find freedom from the tyranny of our own self-image, we must learn to view ourselves through a different lens.