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"If you’re tired of surface-level teaching and shallow faith, this book will ignite a fire in your soul for a deeper walk with Jesus and draw you into the depths of the Word.”
——Gretchen Saffles, founder of Well-Watered Women
Why We Need Jesus More Than Compliments
"You're a beautiful daughter of the Most High King." And it's true. But it's not the whole truth. The beauty of being God's daughter has backstory.
If you're tired of hearing the watered-down Christian teaching and hungry for a deeper spiritual life—one that gives real answers to your hardest questions—Stop Calling Me Beautiful teaches you how. You will learn how to pursue the truths of who God is and who you are in relationship to Himhow to study Scripture, and how your view of God determines how you face life's challengeshow legalism, shallow theology, and false teaching keep you from living boldly as a woman of the Wordhow to experience God's presence in painful circumstances Jesus doesn't offer a powerless salvation. He makes your brokenness part of His whole redemption story—if you allow Him to. Don't settle for a feel-good faith. If you want victory over insecurity, fear, shame, and the circumstances you are facing, it's time to embrace Jesus. All of Him.
“Stop Calling Me Beautiful is a book every Christian woman needs to read. Phylicia breaks down “pink fluff” women’s theology that has infiltrated the church and then builds a firm foundation on the true gospel that sets us free. If you’re tired of surface-level teaching and shallow faith, this book will ignite a fire in your soul for a deeper walk with Jesus and draw you into the depths of the Word.”
—Gretchen Saffles, founder of Well-Watered Women
“In a culture of so many vaporous words, Stop Calling Me Beautiful fed me on the substance of God’s nature and His Words over my life. I closed the pages of this rich book and wanted more…of Him and His Word.”
—Sara Hagerty, bestselling author of Unseen and Every Bitter Thing Is Sweet
“Stop Calling Me Beautiful is a strong, clear call for Christian women who long for a deeper, richer life and yet find themselves caught up in a feel-good, self-help, image-obsessed culture. Get ready to powerfully experience the thriving, transforming faith God intends for you.”
—Lisa Jacobson, author, cohost of the Faithful Life podcast, founder of Club31Women.com
“Stop Calling Me Beautiful reveals how surface-level desires can keep us from soul-deep satisfaction. With honesty, clarity, kindness, and wisdom, Phylicia Masonheimer beckons us toward the greater depth—and true beauty—of biblical thinking, believing, and living.”
—Karen Swallow Prior, author of On Reading Well and Fierce Convictions
“Our generation of women needs this book. Stop Calling Me Beautiful will not only take you deeper in your faith but will also motivate, challenge, and empower you to keep going deeper after the last page.”
—Valerie Metrejean Woerner, author of Grumpy Mom Takes a Holiday