Candace Cameron Bure first became known to millions as a costar on the hit ABC television series Full House. Today, like her brother Kirk Cameron (Growing Pains, Fireproof), she is the rare Hollywood actor who is outspoken about her Christian faith and how it helps overcome certain obstacles.
Bure’s healthy lifestyle has been featured in US Weekly and People magazines as well as national talk shows including The View and NBC’s Today. In Reshaping It All, she continues the story, inspiring women to embrace a healthier lifestyle by moving faith to the forefront, making wise choices, and finding their worth in the eyes of God. Candace shares a candid account of her struggle with food and ultimately her healthy outlook on weight despite the toothpickthin expectations of Hollywood.
More than a testimony, here is a motivational tool that will put readers on the right track and keep them there. In addition to practical advice, Candace offers a biblical perspective on appetite and self control that provides encouragement to women, guiding them toward freedom.
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SO worth the listen!!
Yes, definitely! It has been such an inspiration for me to listen to "Reshaping It All". I just completed it an hour ago and I am sure I will take another listen as it has so many laywers and so much depth. As Candace said in the book about sharing her testimony : "If you had the cure for cancer, wouldn't you also want to share that with everyone?" Not saying that this is the cure for cancer, but it has/and will help me tremendously, hence do I want to spread the word.
I can't pinpoint one, as they kept comming in every single chapter!
Candace Cameron Bure
No - I used it as a little treat for my self - so I only allowed myself an hour a day when cooking our family dinner.
This is NOT only a book for devoted Christians. This is a book for devoted human beings who want to do better. As Cameron Bure say: "Being good, just isn't good enough".