Do you lie in bed and wish you could be better, and list all the ways you should be better? A better daughter, a better wife, a better mother, or a better friend. Do you find yourself wondering if you’ll ever change, or if you’re just too broken to be different? Do you find yourself fighting the lie that God will only love you if you perform?
God wants us to shine and radiate His glory, but truly this can only be done through our brokenness. When we surrender our brokenness to God, He takes every hurt and fills it with His love as He sings over us. Our hurts become healed through learning who He says we are and who He is to us. The only labels that stick are the ones worth having: “Daughter of God,” and “Beloved.”
What would it look like if you left the labels of worthlessness and stepped into the full identity of who God created you to be? If we are truly going to shine for HIS glory in the new ministry of HIS righteousness, we must learn the art of being who God created us to be.Abandon the labels of worthlessness that have been plastered on your heart and mind and be who God created you to be. Be You: Four Week Mini Bible Study is designed to help you become bold, transparent, and free to be the YOU God created you to be.
“Heather opens a door that helps us see our true identity SO THAT we will walk in greater freedom in Christ, allowing us to be a greater example of who Jesus is. We all need to read this, we all need to be who God created us to be!” (Karen La Mar)
“This is a wonderful study to deepen your understanding of Christ love – digging deeper into understanding how he sees us. Deep reflection into “you” (Nai)
“Our past may be laden with overt sin or we may have abused ourselves internally with negative self talk. Regardless, this 4 week study will help you shed shame, confront the areas that have held you captive and help you develop bold confidence through Jesus Christ. If you suffer with some of these areas I recommend this book to you:-feeling unlovable and unworthy-never feeling you measure up-continually comparing yourself to others-feeling insignificant-desiring to hide and/or isolate yourself” (Valerie Caraotta)