Former Miss USA helps women find ‘The Sparkle Effect’ (”1on1 with Jon Evans” podcast)

“I was a new girl at school,” she remembers about her first year as a seventh-grader at Roland-Grise Middle School. “I had a really short haircut. I had a face covered with acne, and braces. So, I did not feel pretty. I felt really lonely at times. That whole phase, I feel it was about nine years of the ‘ugly duckling’ phase, I had to work through. But through all of that, and through feeling insecure and even years of feeling depressed, I still had this dream of becoming Miss USA one day. That’s a really important message in the book. We’re going to go through phases, or years, or seasons of not necessarily feeling confident or worthy of the dream that God put in our heart. But we still have to make a decision that we’re going to believe that if God put a dream in our heart that we are worthy of it, even when our feelings don’t match up.”

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