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Heather Hart
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Find Your True Beauty... in Christ!
Find Your True Beauty... in Christ!

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"This isn’t one of those gifts that you smile at, say a polite ‘thank you,’ and then set it on a shelf to be forgotten."

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New free resource from FindYourTrueBeauty.com - Spiritual Makeup Prayer Poster.

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The blog on FindYourTrueBeauty.com, my website for teen girls, is updated regularly. Check in to see what's new!

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In Luke 7 it was a prostitute. In Luke 18 it was a woman who was cheating on her husband. In Luke 19 it was a crook. In 1999 it was me.

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Several readers have asked me to share my testimony. Here's the first part of it.

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Y'all have to check out this new book by Max Davis. If you ever want to read about what a real life of faith looks like. Not just the pretty "how-to" stuff, but all of it. This is the book for you. It's one of a kind and packed with powerful truths.

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I get asked frequently about resources for younger girls. Girls that aren't little anymore, but aren't teens yet either. So today, I wanted to share my top 3 choices for pre-teen/tween devotionals for girls. These are books I trust enough to let my own tween daughters use.

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It is so easy to miss out on real rest. We get so busy we forget to slow down and spend time regrouping. When we do slow down, we stress about what we should be doing, what we aren't doing, or what we didn't get done. This is NOT real rest. Read Stephanie's post to find out more.


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Get my newest book and enter to win now through Saturday http://www.truebeautybook.com #booklaunch #truebeautybooks #newrelease

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Someone recently sent me a text that said their email wasn't working. I was confused. How can people, productive adults, function without email? I hate email, but I don't know what I'd do without it. It's one of my many connections to the world. It's an open line of communication and my news source. And I read it at my computer or on my cell phone.

All of this was going through my head moments before I read Laura's post for this week, so it hit pretty hard.

We are surrounded by our own choices. And sometimes those choices become idols.

Find out more at:
http://candidlychristian.com/cell-phone-idolatry/
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