Présentation de l'éditeur
An invitation for every woman who’s ever felt like she isn’t good enough, pretty enough, saved enough, content enough or doing enough. Like millions of women, Heather Lindsey wanted to have it all together. But as life continued to go on, she found herself searching to fill her insecurities with temporary voids and ended up broken, rejected, exhausted and frustrated. Desperate to let God change her from the inside out—she shares her story, struggles and triumphs as she went from having Pink Lips & an Empty Heart to having Pink Lips and a Heart that is completely surrendered to God. In a society where women are encouraged to portray a certain self-image, Heather challenges women in saying that it is not enough to just get dressed up and portray a “perfect appearance” when deep down, you’re empty. As a result, we try hide who we really are from everyone, including God. Join Heather Lindsey as she offers witty, fresh advice that you would expect from your best friend over dinner. Compassionate and practical, Pink Lips & An Empty Heart is a step-by-step guide that teaches women how to: • Be content whether they are single or married • How to develop a deep, intimate relationship with Christ • Resist the desire to compare your life to others • Prioritize their day to day life busy schedule • Develop in the gifts that God placed inside of you • BONUS: Practical tips on hair, beauty and other money saving resources
Biographie de l'auteur
HEATHER LINDSEY is the wife to Cornelius Lindsey, author, first lady, speaker and mother of one. She founded Pinky Promise, an organization that promotes abstinence in singleness and submission in marriage. She relentlessly teaches women that their value and worth comes from Christ and nothing else. Founder, Heather challenges teens, young adults and women to rise above cultural pressures and to stay determined to live for Christ regardless of their circumstances. Facing consequences women in previous generations couldn’t imagine, ladies receive straight talk from Heather on how to say no in a yes society. Today, Heather and her husband Cornelius live in Atlanta, GA where they have established a church and a evangelistic ministry called The Gathering Oasis.