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Listen to “CHM144: How Body Image Affects Christian Women with Coach & Author, Heather Creekmore” on Spreaker.
This week, I had a wonderful chat with life coach and author, Heather Creekmore.
HEATHER CREEKMORE writes and speaks hope to thousands of women each week inspiring them to stop comparing and start living. Her first book Compared to Who? encourages women to uncover the spiritual root of body image issues and find freedom. Her new release, The Burden of Better, offers women a journey into the depths of God’s grace to find a way off the treadmill of constant comparison.
Heather has been featured on Fox News, Huff Post, Morning Dose, Church Leaders, For Every Mom, along with dozens of other shows and podcasts. But she’s best recognized from her appearance as a contestant on the Netflix hit show, Nailed It. Heather and her fighter-pilot-turned-pastor husband, Eric have four children and live in Austin, Texas. Connect with Heather at Comparedtowho.me.
What Heather and I chatted about…
- The hope is not in changing the body but the hope is found in changing the heart.
- In order to achieve a mindset shift, we first need a heart shift. What we are believing about our value isn’t necessarily true. Culture tells us our value comes from the way we look. We have a choice to believe what God’s Word says about us or what the world says about us.
- Our temples (our bodies) are meant to be fit for worship and require that we take care of them.
- Our demoralized view of our bodies affects our families. Remember that our opinions of ourselves are not the most important.
Heather’s words of encouragement for moms:
Pride never does a good job of covering shame, only Jesus does. So in order to achieve a mindset shift, we first need a heart shift.
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I truly love to chat with homeschool moms of faith. If you are a new homeschooler I certainly hope you’ve found Heather’s words about Christian women and body image encouraging. Be sure to check out some of my other podcasts as well.
That’s what homeschool moms do – we help one another!
Until next time…happy homeschooling.