Idoleyes: My New Perspective on Faith, Fat & Fame

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Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., 2007 - Biography & Autobiography - 235 pages
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American Idolfinalist Mandisa speaks openly and honestly about how her faith was challenged and deepened as a result of her experience on the hit television show. She talks about her lifelong battle with food addiction, how it has affected her life, and how the now-famous derogatory remarks made by Idoljudge Simon Cowell on live television have provided her with the opportunity to become a positive role model for millions of women who are struggling to live up to popular culture's image of the “ideal woman.” Mandisa shows women that they can be beautiful at any size, and that healthy self-esteem and personal beauty come only when they accept themselves as a unique and much-loved woman of God's creation.
  

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Wonderful book! Great insight on her journey and her perspectives. Read full review

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Oh how I appreciate her honesty. I have never seen American Idol so it was great to read how the show works and fun to read some of the behind the scenes. Read full review

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Contents

First chapter
1
Endnotes
237
About the authors
239
Copyright

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About the author (2007)

Beth Moore is a writer and teacher of best-selling books and Bible studies whose public speaking engagements carry her all over the United States. A dedicated wife and mother of two, Moore lives in Houston, Texas, where she leads the Living Proof Ministries and teaches an adult Sunday School class.

With nearly four million copies of her books sold worldwide, Angela Hunt is the bestselling author of more than one hundred books, including "The Tale of Three Trees", " Don't Bet Against Me", " The Note"", " and "The Nativity Story". Hunt is one of the most sought-after collaborators in the publishing industry. Her nonfiction book "Don't Bet Against Me, "written with Deanna Favre, spent several weeks on the "New York Times" bestseller list. Angela's novel "The Note" was filmed as the Hallmark Channel's Christmas movie for 2007 and proved to be the highest rated television movie in the channel's history. She often travels to teach writing workshops at schools and writers' conferences, and she served as the keynote speaker at the 2008 American Christian Fiction Writers' national conference. She and her husband make their home in Florida with mastiffs. In 2001, one of her dogs was featured on "Live with Regis and Kelly" as the second-largest dog in America.

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