Tag Archives: insecurity

The Great I AM

It’s easy for me to empathize with someone stepping into a public forum who is visibly rattled by nerves. It’s painful. I really dealt with it growing up because I was so self-conscious.  And, when the focus was on me, … Continue reading

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Red Faced Preoccupation

Do you turn beet red when you’re embarrassed?  I am so much better now, but for most of my life everyone knew how uncomfortable I was by the color of my face.  My most mortifying moment came in a junior … Continue reading

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I Choose a Growth Mind-Set

In her book, The Best Yes, Lysa TerKeurst writes about how we limit our abilities by tying our identity to our circumstances.  I recently experienced this when I was asked to consider a bigger role in my church’s women’s ministry. … Continue reading

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