Releasing Your Negative Beliefs & Embracing Who You’re Created to Be
If you know me, you know I’m a Jesus Junkie, but I haven’t always been.
Growing up I had no knowledge of God or who He was. I believed there was a God, but to be honest, I didn’t think He cared much for me.
I lived my life feeling trapped by fear and self-doubt. I constantly compared myself to others and I never really felt like I was good enough.
I always had friends, but it was still a really lonely place to be and it only got worse as I got older. I found lots of things to fill the void, but nothing helped and it only compounded my mindset issues even more.
Much later, after my husband and I had kids, I continued to struggle but now I added mom guilt to the mix and then a bad business deal took us straight to bankruptcy. Our marriage was falling apart and we didn’t know how to fix it.
I’ll forever be grateful to the family we bought our house from, for taking a chance and inviting us to church. Finding God (and couples counseling) changed my life and the future of our family. It didn’t happen overnight but eventually, it did happen.
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Now my husband and I are both in ministry and I have a passion to take what God has done in me and use it to help other women, just like you, release their own fear, self-doubt, comparisons, mom guilt,….
How I learned to release & replace my struggles with negative, limiting beliefs…
Time in God’s word
Fellowship with other Christian women
Asking lots of question along the way (Ask trusted sources, don’t just google it)
Realizing that God would never talk to me the way I talked to myself
Even more prayer
Learning to replace the lies with Gods truth
Are you feeling discouraged, hopeless, like there’s no way to fix it? I get it and you can get through it. I’d love to be a part of your journey if you’re willing to share your story with me. Click here to send me an email and let's chat
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