Inspired by the Kendrick brothers’ new movie OVERCOMER, and written by the #1 New York Times best-selling author team behind The Love Dare and The Battle Plan for Prayer, comes an exciting new resource about discovering your God-given identity and embracing the wonder of who you were created to be.
At this very moment, what you believe about your own purpose and value affects almost every area of your life—including how you think and feel, the way you react to circumstances, and how you approach God and your relationships. But what is guiding your core beliefs? Are they healthy and founded upon solid truth? Or are they constantly shifting with the opinions of others or your own emotions?
Based upon powerful insights from the scriptural book of Ephesians, and seasoned with personal stories and practical wisdom, Defined challenges you to let the One who knows you best be the One who guides your heart the most. It’s time for all of us to live in the amazing light of His acceptance, abundance, and strength.
Everyone struggles at times throughout the course of their life with their identity, wondering who they really are. I know I have. But this book is a beautiful and excellent reminder that answers any of those questions wonderfully, and provides scripture for you to study that goes along. This book was everything I was hoping it would be.
We all need this amazing reminder of who you are in Christ. Even if you are confident in your identity, it doesn’t hurt to have a reminder. Because we all need to hear affirmations at times that will keep us going through the hard trials of life.
This book reminds you that you are loved. You belong. You are chosen. You are redeemed. So many truths in this book that everyone needs to hear. I needed to hear. I highly recommend this book as well as the movie Overcomer!!
Everything is for your benefit so that, as grace extends through more and more people, it may cause thanksgiving to increase to the glory of God. (2 Cor. 4:15)― Stephen Kendrick, Defined: Who God Says You Are
Do you know who you are in Christ? Do you ever question your identity? Do you struggle to know your place in this world?