You are Enough
Learning to Love Yourself the Way God Loves You
I hope your day has been pleasant and peaceful.
Are you following me on TikTok?
Today, I posted what I think is a really important reminder: you are not defined by your very worst mistake. Click here to watch it now.
And it’s true what they say - we most often give what we need. Meaning, I need constant reminders that I am enough.
Sure, I can put on a big smile and turn up the ring light on my desk and talk to you about life, faith, mental health, etc. But I’m a human, too. And I need regular reminders that my worth isn’t found in what I do or don’t do. Who I am isn’t rooted in my greatest success or my biggest failure.
Who I am, at my core, is seen by God.
I have been stamped by the image of Divine Love, and nothing can separate me (or you) from that love.
If you haven’t signed up yet, there’s still a little time. It’s just $10/month or $97/year to join. And we’re going to have deep, meaningful conversations right here in this online community.
And a bit of exciting news? This month, we’ll also be joined by Jonathan on Zoom for a live Q&A with book club members. And next month, Aundi Kolber is joining us via Zoom to discuss her book, Try Softer.
If you’re looking for a safe community of progressive Christians, who long to talk about emotional, mental, and spiritual health, join us!
I really think the Faith and Mental Book Club is going to be a transformative experience for everyone involved. I hope you’ll join us.
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The Faith and Mental Health Book Club officially begins Monday, April 5th.
I hope to see you there,
P.S. $300 in early-bird bonuses end this Friday for my new Pathway to Peace group coaching program. Learn more by clicking here. There are only 8 spaces remaining.