For years Christa Black was haunted by the woman she saw in the mirror--a woman who critical words and life experience had convinced her was unlovable.
Your eyes can lie. Rejection, shame and self-hatred can poison perceptions and hinder us from seeing and believing what's actually true.
In GOD LOVES UGLY Christa shares her personal victory against powerful adversaries - her own thoughts, feelings and reflection. From world-touring stadium performer to rehab-bound bulimic binge eater, Christa's unashamed transparency will win your heart, hold your attention and give you practical tools to overcome the monsters that can consume our lives. She invites the reader into her own painful struggles and spiritual journey, providing solutions to life's problems in a highly entertaining and vulnerable, yet empowering way.
You were made to live free. Whether you are struggling with an eating disorder, depression, addiction or just feeling a little insecure, GOD LOVES UGLY will shift the way you think, motivate permanent change and inspire your heart to find peace.
How I found out| Posted September 03, 2012
I went to her Michael W. Smith's show and she was the guitarist, and also a violinist. She's a great musician. She also sang her song God Loves Ugly, which I also bought. But my friend bought the book so I orrdered it later. Really powerful stuff. Can't wait for the next cd!