Welcome to a safe place for girls to discover the truth about our beautiful bodies.
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love your body
as it is.
Start believing the truth today.
I understand what it feels like to be dissatisfied with your body, lost in a sea of negative emotions. You can’t even scroll your phone’s screen without feeling pressure to change your physical appearance. You want to know the truth about how to care for your body, but you’re bombarded by businesses selling you a lie — If you buy their products, plans, and procedures, you will love your body.
The lies end today.
Around here, we believe you shouldn’t be consumed by insecurity because you look different than the edited images of girls that show up in advertisements & social media. It’s time to live confidently, like you believe the truth about your unique and beautiful body.
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Stop believing the lies I grew up believing.
Growing up, I believed that skinny was pretty. And that everything else was unattractive. Unworthy. Meant to be criticized. I believed girls and women should diet if they looked a certain way. I can’t remember a time when my family’s women weren’t talking about how to change their appearances.
Girls, it’s time to experience God’s love even more deeply as you begin to love your God-gifted bodies. Now, I walk alongside young women who want to know what God says about their bodies. I write and speak about how the core of our relationship with our Maker is love and that loving our God-gifted bodies is a crucial part of living like we are loved generously by our Father. I’d love to meet you.
What Girls are Saying
“I have struggled to love my body for how God made it and have constantly wanted to change myself to fit into what society says a “good” body looks like. But Body Truth provides me with truth about how we can be thankful for all that our incredible bodies can do. Having Body Truth in my IG feed empowers me with messages that help me stop comparing myself with girls who look different than me and, instead, to appreciate my body.”
– Alexis, 16
“Truth. Truth. Truth. The creative, relevant, and honest stories shared by the contributors at Body Truth have encouraged me to relish in the comforting love of Jesus. For years I have wrestled in my own mind about my “image.” But I feel hope and joy when I read stories that courageously share God’s beautiful work in our hearts, minds, and bodies.”
– Kris, Mom of 3
I feel better being a part of the Body Truth community by knowing that we are bridging the gap between secular body image resources and a Biblical worldview of this topic. It's so empowering to be able to equip the next generation with tools for reclaiming their worth from a number on the scale and finding true identity in Christ.”
– Kristin Williams, RDN, LD, CEDRD