Hello Beautiful

Life is harsh on the heart of a little girl. We ache to be beautiful, to be noticed, to be loved. While the world is trying to convince us that we don’t have what it takes, God is whispering to us “You are essential and I made you beautiful.” He is telling us that true beauty comes from the inner part of us – our hearts.

Before doubt and accusations take hold, most little girls sense they have a vital role to play in the world; they want to believe there is something in them that is desperately needed. They believe they are truly beautiful. Unfortunately, the voice of the world creeps in and the voices saying things like, “Hide your heart. You are a disappointment. You are worthless. No one cares. No one wants to care. You are alone. You are not beautiful.” drown out God’s TRUTH and these lies become the real battle.

Hello Beautiful was created to give girls a safe space to discuss the real issues they face, while giving them a Godly perspective and truth on those issues. Topics such as self-esteem, body image, the dangers of technology, relationships with boys and girls, and sex are openly discussed and no questions or discussion are “off limits”.

Group Requirements

  • No teachers, parents, or other adults can be in the room during discussion in order to facilitate honest and open conversation.
  • Groups may have between 10 – 30 participants. (Max is 30)
  • Middle and High School groups must be separate.
  • Dates, Number of Sessions, and Rates must be arranged at least 1 month in advance

Kirsten Watson


Kirsten Watson has led an inspirational life in a variety of roles that promote social awareness, moral values and giving back to her community.

While living in Boston, (Benjamin was playing with the New England Patriots) she left a very satisfying position with the Northeastern Center for Sport and Society to help start “One More.” While at Northeastern, Kirsten worked as the Manager of the Violence Prevention and Diversity Team. Her role was focused on educating and training young people about gender violence, diversity awareness, conflict resolution and disabilities in sport.

In the past, Kirsten has worked with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) and has led and participated in many outreach programs in the community and continues to do so today.

Prior to living in Boston, Kirsten worked in The Home Depot corporate office in Atlanta, in the Business Leadership program (BLP). BLP is one of the best developmental programs in the country. Its mission is to attract the best and brightest minds and develop them into leaders throughout the business organization. The program provides training in areas such as finance, strategic business development, marketing, and human resources.

Kirsten graduated from the University of Georgia where she received a degree in Marketing with a minor in Spanish. During her time at the University, she was a member of the women’s softball team. She also worked with the Christ Life Community Church. She was involved in many capacities such as dance instructor, mentor, and tutor, as well as chaperoning field trips and assisting with fundraising.

Now as a mother of four, 2 of which are girls, she understands more than ever the importance of women finding and knowing their worth in Jesus Christ at a young age. The unfortunate reality is that the “world” is pointing our girls in a different and very dangerous direction, a direction that leads to broken hearts, unrealistic expectations, and pure confusion. Hello Beautiful aims to create a space to honestly discuss what’s going and to give concrete answers to what God says about true beauty.

If you are interested in booking Kirsten for an “All Girls Session(s)” and would like more information, please contact kirsten@watsononemore.org.