The Gutsy Pursuit of Breakthrough and the Life Beyond It
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Break through Your Brokenness and Press Forward to Freedom
Brokenness. We wear it like a badge, proudly showing off the shattered pieces of our lives--while still fighting the same desperate battles. But brokenness was never meant to be the destination. Or your identity. It was meant to be the catalyst for breakthrough.
In Freedom! Jennifer Renee Watson helps you take your eyes off the idol of brokenness and experience the God of breakthrough. Throughout this powerfully vulnerable book, she shows how breakthrough is hope moving forward, even when life hurts. Jennifer offers practical, uncomplicated ways to:
· stop feeling shame and emptiness
· discard the victim mentality
· experience lasting restoration in your story and your soul
· battle for your freedom with truth your soul needs, reflective questions, and gutsy prayers
It's okay to not be okay for a little while. But Jesus has a plan to see your scars become success stories that reflect His glory to the people around you.
"Jennifer Watson's words are a battle cry, manifesto, and life-changing invitation for any woman who's ever felt stuck in her brokenness."
--HOLLEY GERTH, bestselling author
"Jen writes as a teacher, a coach, an advocate, and a soldier, charging along beside you as you begin your journey of freedom."
--SHAUNA SHANKS, author of A Fierce Love
Jennifer Renee Watson is a blogger, speaker, youth minister, pastor's wife, and mom who has been featured on (in)courage, Guideposts, The Mighty, She Believes, For Every Mom, and more. She co-founded Broken Girl Ministries in 2011 to help women find the same healing she found in Jesus Christ. Jennifer lives with her husband and two children in Northwest Arkansas. Learn more at www.jenniferreneewatson.com.
JENNIFER WATSON, Author
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