Friday, March 23, 2012

You're Already Amazing by Holley Gerth

 The Best News A Woman Will Ever Hear: You’re Already Amazing
(in)courage cofounder & award-winning writer on stopping the quest for perfection

Every woman can relate to the feeling of instant inadequacy after walking into a room crowded with other women, comparing themselves to everyone else in the room. We’re transported back to the seventh grade lunch room, and our quest for acceptance and perfection seems never ending. But what if there was a way to quiet our insecurities and to embrace our differences to live the life God designed specifically for us?

Good news, there is. Award-winning author, (in)courage co-founder and life coach Holley Gerth
ask readers to pull up a chair and shares the best news we’ll ever hear: You’re Already Amazing. Her warm writing style, filled with sincere encouragement and confessions about her own shortcomings, makes it easy for readers to imagine they’re enjoying an intimate conversation over a cup of coffee.

If you need help  Embracing Who You Are, Becoming All God Created You to Be then this is the book for you.  Gerth helps the reader to see that You're Already Amazing in God's eyes, and that's all the counts.  If you don't feel amazing and loved when you start the book by the time you reach the end of the book you'll feel amazing, loved and that you matter to God. The book is designed for you to write and answer things right in it.  However, if you are like me you don't like to write in your book, then you can go to the books web site (given in book) and download a pdf file (44 page) pamphlet of all the questions that are in the book.  At the end of the book there is also a beautiful going deeper guide that complements each chapter.  It's a lot of amazing stuff all wrapped up in one small book.  This is one Amazing book and author you won't want to miss.  She even leaves ya with a dare first thing

The Dare
From You’re Already Amazing by Holley Gerth

Pssst . . . pull up a chair and I’ll tell you a secret. You’d better lean in close for this one.


You don’t have to do more, be more, have more.

I’m sure there are security alarms going off somewhere. You should probably hide this book when your in-laws come over. And this could be the makings of a Sunday morning scandal. But it’s true.
It’s the kind of true that will change your life, set you free, and make you wake up smiling for the first time in a long time. I know because that’s what it did for me (and believe me, for this non–morning girl that’s nothing short of miraculous). I’ve seen it happen to a lot of other women too. I’ve read it in their words through thousands of comments on my blog. I’ve seen it in their faces on the couch in my counseling office. I’ve heard it in a new kind of laughter over coffee with friends.

So watch out, sister. If you keep reading, you just might be next.

Even if we’ve never met, I know this about you: you’re a daughter of God, a holy princess, a woman created with strengths you’ve yet to fully grasp and a story that’s still being written by the divine Author himself. And if you really take hold of who you are and what you’re called to do, there will be no stopping you. That’s because there’s no stopping him in you—and he’s got bigger plans for your life than you’ve even imagined.

Okay, you’ve been warned.

If you’re feeling brave, I dare you to turn the page . . .

Visit Holley's web site here.
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(Paperback ISBN: 978-0-8007-2060-5, 224 pages, March 2012, $13.99)

Holley Gerth is an award-winning writer, licensed counselor, certified life coach and speaker. She is cofounder of (in)courage, an online destination for women, which received more than one million page views in its first six months. She also reaches out to readers through her popular blog, Heart to Heart with Holley and through her partnership with DaySpring, a subsidiary of Hallmark. Holley lives in Arkansas with her husband, Mark.

“Available March 2012 at your favorite bookseller from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group.”

A copy of this book was provided in exchange for my honest review by... 


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