Uncommon Beauty by Cynthia Heald
7 Qualities of a Beautiful Woman

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Everywhere we look, it is the “100 Most Beautiful” that are honored and publicized. Inner beauty has taken a back seat to outward appearance. While physical attributes can rarely be altered or modified, inner beauty can be cultivated. Bestselling author Cynthia Heald has chosen seven qualities that make a woman beautiful. In order to make these attributes real and applicable, Cynthia has chosen key women from history, literature, the Bible, and our society to illustrate each quality. These women can be considered “ordinary” women—women with whom other women could readily identify with and who could be easily emulated. For it is her desire that the lives of these women will inspire anyone, no matter how young or old, to say, “I want to develop these qualities in my life—I want to be in the process of becoming a beautiful woman.”

About Cynthia Heald

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Cynthia Heald was born in Houston, Texas, and received Christ as her personal Savior when she was twelve years old. In 1960, Cynthia married Jack, who by profession is a veterinarian but has been on staff with The Navigators since 1978. They have lived in Tucson, Arizona, since 1977. They are the parents of four (two daughters and two sons) and grandparents of nine. Cynthia is the author of Becoming a Woman of Excellence, Intimacy with God, Loving Your Husband, Becoming a Woman of Freedom, Becoming a Woman of Purpose, Becoming a Woman of Prayer, Becoming a Woman Who Walks with God, Drawing Near to the Heart of God, Becoming a Woman of Grace, I Have Loved You, Becoming a Woman of Faith, Dwelling in His Presence, Becoming a Woman Who Loves, Maybe God Is Right After All, Uncommon Beauty, and Becoming a Woman of Simplicity. Cynthia speaks frequently for women's conferences and seminars nationally and internationally. She loves to share the Word of God, be with her husband and family, take bubble baths, have tea parties, and eat out.
Published September 19, 2007 by Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.. 208 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction

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