Becoming Myself is for anyone who wonders if her life will ever change -- if she will ever change. Eldredge teaches readers that God wants them to participate in their transformation as he completes His good work in them. She invites women to look at their pasts, struggles, and wounds with honesty and mercy and to look toward their future with hope. An exploration of a women's true self, Becoming Myself will help women understand their identity and learn more about the God who beckons them to come closer.
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God Is Transforming You
Do you have an area of your life that you would like to change, have tried to change, and have failed to change?
Stasi Eldredge knows from experience that loneliness, anger, or a poor self-image can take a toll on your belief that God loves you. In Becoming Myself, Stasi talks frankly about her own struggles with her past, her weight, and her self-worth to remind you that you don’t have to stay stuck. Shame and fear don’t need to be a part of your life. After all, they will never create the growth you long for. Only God can do that.
You are on the way to becoming your true self. Come participate in the transformation God promises as you explore your own story, awaken to your God-given desires, and begin to see yourself as God sees you.
Stasi Eldredge’s heart was captured by God through the Sacred Romance and she has never gotten over it. Or rather, Him. She is the co-author (with her husband John) of the New York Times Bestselling book Captivating and Love & War. Their ministry, Ransomed Heart, has been used by God to transform the lives of men and women all over the world. They make their home in Colorado. The mother of three grown sons who no longer live in her home but take residence forever in her heart, Stasi is a writer and conference speaker passionate about women embracing the value of their heart and life to Jesus Christ and risking everything on that!
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Buchbeschreibung 2013. 2013; brossura, pp. 286, cm 14x23. Artikel-Nr. 3368399