Where True Beauty Is Found
New Bible study challenges women to view themselves through God’s eyes
The mirror can hold great influence on how many women view themselves, but the reflection in the mirror doesn’t tell the whole story. Mirror, Mirror, a new women’s Bible study from Concordia Publishing House, encourages women to go beyond a skin-deep assessment of their own beauty by viewing their reflection through the lens of the cross.
“An image in a piece of glass doesn’t reflect who we are in Christ,” writes author Susan Senechal. “Looking instead at the person God created us to be will help us form a clearer vision of who we truly are. And God gives us more than a mirror to see that—He gives us His Word.”
Through eight sessions, Mirror, Mirror invites women to dig into Scripture as they learn to view themselves as beloved, redeemed daughters of Christ. Each lesson is led by a “mirror message,” reminding readers of God’s love and providing thought-provoking questions that will help them find real applications of the Word in their lives.
About the Author
Susan Senechal is a former English teacher who lives in St. Louis, Missouri. She has been a Bible study and retreat leader for more than ten years. Her writing can be found in various publications, such as The Lutheran Witness and Today’s Christian Woman. Susan is also the author ofGod Is in the Laundry Room.
Concordia Publishing House (CPH) is the publishing arm of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod. For 150 years, CPH has been providing individuals, churches, and schools with products that are faithful to the Scriptures and the Lutheran Confessions. From books and Bibles to church supplies, curriculum, and software, CPH offers over 10,000 products to support the proclamation of the Gospel worldwide. Visit CPH online at cph.org.