He Numbered the Pores on My Face
When Scarlet Hiltibidal was a teenager, plastic butterfly clips were all the rage. She couldn't understand why they didn't look the same in her "frizzy, bulbous hair" as they did on the blonde whose mom was a professional hair stylist. Back than, she would have sanctioned the destruction of scores of actual butterflies just to own the label "pretty butterfly clips girl." And so it goes for many girls like Scarlet who strive for self-worth yet struggle to find it.He Numbered the Pores on My Face is for teens who long for beauty, love, and rest. Any labels you long for today might as well be "looks good in butterfly clips" if you are not rooted in who Jesus says you are, because any self-centered identity is going to leave you in the same place: unfulfilled and unhappy. Girls will relate to Scarlet's stories as she discusses hottie lists, eating disorders, and haphazard beauty in a way that is bothhumorous and thought provoking. Through it all, she describes how she found peace by learning to see life not through a mirror but through a Savior who shapes who we were, who we are, and who we will be.
About the Author
Scarlet HiltibidalÂ is the author ofÂ Afraid of All the ThingsÂ andÂ He Numbered the Pores on My Face.Â She also writes a regular column forÂ ParentLife MagazineÂ and enjoys speaking to women around the country about the freedom and rest available in Jesus. Scarlet lives in Middle Tennessee, where she loves sign language with her daughters, nachos by herself, writing for her friends, and learning how to raise ducks with her husband for no reason other than cuteness.