Don’t Miss Kylie Bisutti’s Live Chat and Giveaway TODAY, Wednesday, November 13!

    PI Girls, we have some big news we know you will LOVE! Kylie Bisutti, author of I’m No Angel and cofounder of the new Christian clothing line God Inspired Fashion, will be hosting a LIVE video chat here on Project Inspired!

    What: Live chat with Kylie Bisutti

    When: Wednesday, November 13 at 4 p.m. PST

    Where: Project Inspired…just click here!

    In her live chat, Kylie will be discussing what’s real versus what’s not real in the media, how to have a positive body image and all about modesty (and modest fashion tips for YOU)! Plus, she’ll be holding a big giveaway for PI Girls! What’s up for grabs?

    • 5 signed copies of I’m No Angel
    • 1 God Inspired scarf
    • 1 God Inspired hat
    • 5 God Inspired lanyards

    How can you enter? Leave a question for Kylie (she may answer it in her chat!) in the comments below! Three question submitters each will receive a signed copy of I’m No Angel and a God Inspired lanyard. The girls who submitted our two favorite questions will be the grand prize winners; they’ll receive either a God Inspired scarf or hat in addition to the book and lanyard! We’ll choose the winners right before the chat starts, so start submitting your questions now!

    We can’t wait to welcome Kylie to Project Inspired! So don’t forget to RSVP here, and join in the fun on Wednesday, November 13. We’ll see you there!

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    We here at Project Inspired want to guide and inspire teen girls to be true to themselves and to God. We want to show young girls how to be people of value and confidence – how to be your own best selves – through leading a Christian life. Who are we? We're a team of girls, like you. We edit the site, we post to social media, we hang out in the chat rooms and forums. We talk with you, we listen to you, and we love you!


    1. Hi Kylie!
      God has been so good to my family and I in the past three years. He’s showed us His great powers through other people, and its been a blessing to me to have them in my life. The problem is, He took them away. We had to move back to our hometown, and leave them behind. We have no friends back here, and the family we left here before, stinks. My question for you is: Is there still hope?
      Thank you for reading.
      God Bless, Amy

    2. Kylie,

      How can i as a Christian be able to branch out and help nonbelievers but yet still maintain a firm faith? It seems easy;however, I find it very difficult.

      Living in 2013 the definition of modesty has truly been distorted. What is you’re intake on modesty?(ex:// swimsuits)

      I am always told that would i get older it will be harder. How do you as a christian maintain your busy schedule and still have “God-time”?

      When it comes to dating, I feel like it’s a very hot topic –especially with nonbelievers–. What is your intake on dating as a Woman of God?

    3. Hi Kylie, I find it inspiring that you did such a bold daring christian move even when others didn’t understand the sacredness of modesty. I have a couple of questions regarding body image and God’s image. How did you find yourself and become everything that God wanted to you be in mind, body and spirit? How does a girl like myself find myself and what God wants me to be in mind, body and spirit?

      And I have one question regarding body image. And how does a girl accept her own body if she doesn’t like how she’s made and she doesn’t think her body aligns with what God wants her to be?

    4. How (if any) did you get over struggles like other modles bringing you down about your believes?
      And when someone hurts you/or brings you down really bad, forgivness is such a hard thing, any adivce or ways You cope with it or hadle it?

    5. Hi Kylie,
      i will be the first to admit i’ve never read your book but would like to. i have heard a bit about you though. i find it amazing that you’ve kept true to God and yourself in a hard world such as yours that constantly has lower and lower standards. i have found myself having a hard time liking myself since i don’t feel like my body is in the best shape to honor God. i always find things wrong with myself and i don’t often find my good with myself. i have a boyfriend who is helping me find good things in myself. i am constantly struggling with weight though. and i feel constantly upset with myself when i see no or little progress. i like food too much to become anorexic or bulimic and i won’t let myself become the other extreme.

      all this and i am still younger than you are. so i’m wondering in a world far more competitive than mine especially with body image how did you deal with all this in the beginning? how do you keep dealing with this all today? does it still bother you?

    6. How do you think girls our age can fight pop culture’s views of women in our minds and hearts? What spiritual measures must be accomplished within ourselves in order to see the real beauty in our natural creation?

    7. What are some tips you can give us to fight the pop culture surrounding us? When you feel self conscious what do you do to look at yourself differently?
      Do you have any beauty, health, style, or exercise secrets you think we would benefit in knowing?
      What are some of your go-to verses when you are looking for confidence or inspiration?
      Did God lay it on your heart to be a Victoria Secrets Angel?
      When did you first feel like you needed to stop being a Victoria Secrets Angel?
      I heard that you were coming out with a new fashion line, what is it called, and where will it be sold?
      Were the other Victoria Secrets Angels as sweet as they seem or…. Not so much?
      What are your husbands feelings on your new ambitions?

    8. Hi Kylie!
      I’ll admit at one point or another I’ve wanted to be a Victoria secrets model, I used to think it would be the most amazing life; being that beautiful, with awesome hair, flawless makeup, and endless photo shoots in tropical locations. It wasn’t until I heard your story when it dawned on me the destruction, and hurt that could come. That it wasn’t all it was made out to be. I honestly just want to say thank you, your testimony has immensely impacted my life, my goals, and encouraged me to stand up for my belief, and make modesty and purity still fashionable. I still have yet to get my hands on a copy of your book, so excuse me if my questions below are covered in there.

      Thank you for your courage and faith, they are inspirational.

    9. Hi Kylie,
      I love working with youth and teaching Gods word!! I’m 16 and so excited for what God has in store for my life and whats to come. I know a huge desire is to work with and help teens who suffer with self-esteem issue and don’t know their worth. What made you want to create a modest God Inspired clothing line and write a book? I would love to hear your story. God is so indescribable thank you for all you do. I’m excited to check out the clothing line. God Bless!!

    10. What made you realize that modeling for Victoria’s Secret wasn’t what God had planned for you?

      I know God always has a better plan for all of us that we can’t see. It can be really tough to not conform to this world. I just want to say thank-you because you are such a huge inspiration!

    11. Hi Kylie, I have not read your book yet but, I would love to. I have heard many amazing things about it, and it has changed several of my friends lives. My question is, do you have any suggestions on how to avoid all of the destructive things the world has out there for girls? Thank you.

    12. Essentially everyone judges each other based off of appearance. You’re pretty and you probably know it. How do you stay humble? Also, can you honestly say that you look at everyone as if they same value, regardless of the way they look? These are some things that I think about for myself. Also: Do you find true satisfaction in God? Satisfaction that beats any amount of pleasure this world can offer? If so, how did you find that satisfaction in Him? (e.x. prayer)

    13. 1. How do you balance your faith and modeling?
      2. How has becoming a Christian changed your perspective on modeling, fashion, and beauty?
      3. What advice would you give to girls on modesty and faith?

    14. It must have been a hard decision to sacrifice your career for the goodness of a pure lifestyle. I know God was definitely the driving force, but how and when did you come to that realization? What advice would you give to younger girls aspiring to model while balancing modesty?

    15. I have been having trouble with my friend not being modest as well as she is supposed to be.. my question is. How do i let her know and at the same time not offend her? Also what is your advice towards people having trouble with people that are not very nice to them because they are injured and cant do sports or anything really… becaus this gorl keeps making fun of me because I am dealing with a possible lumbar or tailbone break…

    16. How did you feel when you won thee contest to be a Victoria’s Secret model? When and what exactly made you decide to stop? What do you think about modeling itself? – What are the pros and cons?

    17. I heard my friends talking about a good friend of mine the other day. They were saying she only eats supper, because she wants to get a thigh gap. She looks great; she is healthy and slim. How can I convince her that she doesn’t need a thigh gap? I want to encourage her to have a positive body image. I’m worried about her. Only eating supper is not healthy. Please help! I need advice! I don’t want to say the wrong thing to her, but I want to boost her self esteem and show her that she is beautiful with/without a thigh gap! Are there any good verses that I can show her to remind her of this?

    18. This kind of goes along with my last thigh gap question. How can I encourage my friends to view themselves positively. These days, with everything that the media posts and promotes it is hard to convince them that they are beautiful the way they are. What should I say to them? Also, how can I not get dragged down by their negative outlooks? I want to shine and let God shine through me. I want to be encouraging to them and stay strong. I feel like it is my duty as their friend to bring them out of this negative outlook and help them get back to viewing themselves as beautiful, unique, creations of God. Do you have any suggestions of how I can encourage them and not get dragged down by their negativity? It’s hard sometimes. P.S.: I haven’t read your book yet, but I will definitely be trying to check it out or obtain a copy of it soon! And I will definitely share it will my friends as well! We love to share books. Kind of like a book club! 🙂 It will be great to have an inspirational Christian book to share! 😀

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