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Young women are deeply dissatisfied with society's standards (and double standards). They want more for themselves-but sometimes they don't quite know what that more should be. That's where Miss Black New Jersey 2018 and Teen Vogue 'It Girl' turned fashion writer Tarah-Lynn Saint-Elien comes in.
Through her insightful comments on media, pop culture, and pervading cultural myths about beauty, fashion, and womanhood, Tarah-Lynn dismantles the messages that feed into the insecurities, fears, doubts, and guilt that young women experience today. She introduces them to an understanding of God as a loving Father and the King of all kings, who bestows upon his daughters a crown of love, worth, and power. And she shows them how to not only claim the promises of God but also walk purposefully in them as independent women (no prince necessary!) who respond to adversity with righteousness and authority.
"We all desire to feel seen, treasured, and wanted. Most of us head to social media for it, but the truth is this: only God's love can fully satisfy us, and he has all the answers. Our Father and King wants to help us filter through the lies, confusion, heartbreak, and expectations of the world as we feast on his Word.
With Love Letters from the King, Tarah-Lynn Saint-Elien encourages you to swipe out of social media and into Scripture. Through 100 biblical devotions, Tarah-Lynn reveals God's heart for you as you wrestle with issues of identity, intimacy, pain, and perseverance. Each devotion includes relatable entries sharing the struggles of young women; prayer prompts to continue your conversation with God; Scripture meditations to dig deeper; and biblical affirmations to carry into your day.
God is singling you out to write a love letter that will speak to your situation and soothe your soul. Modes of communication have changed, but our King will always get his message across to you."