God knows exactly who you are. This includes all past, present, and future versions of yourself. But you don’t know everything about yourself. God intends for you to discover who you are. Here are some practical steps so you can accelerate your growth and become all God made you to be. Try doing one of […]
Your Identity is God’s Greatest Gift To You…
… only if you open it up and discover who you are.
Benjamin Franklin said, “Some people die at 25 and aren’t buried until 75.” William Wallace said, “Every man dies, but not every man truly lives.” What is truly living? Is that even possible? Some people never discover the depths of who they are. They go on living, but keep their talents buried. Others succumb to […]
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Have you ever read a book that leaves you in a thoughtful place of contemplation long after the last page has been turned and the book is closed?
Confident Identity is that kind of book.
Days after reading its final pages, I found myself deliberately and intentionally processing the content of this book. Thinking through my personality, pondering my gifts, and praying through my God-given and life-shaped identity, I couldn’t shake the significance of its words. I felt a sense of purpose after reading its words — a driving challenge to explore, expand, and exercise my identity for not only myself but also for the edification of those around me and for the glorification of my Heavenly Father.
Confident Identity is a conversation-starter, a thought-generator, and a game-changer.
Combining Scripture, clinical theories, and practical tools, Matt has thoughtfully crafted a beautiful resource for not only those seeking to better understand and strengthen their identity but also for those who work in both lay and professional settings. The book is filled with an abundance of insightful questions, constructive ideas, easy-to-read charts, and meaningful activities and tests which allow an individual to thoroughly explore and contemplate their identity.
This resource does a wonderful job of providing the reader with mini therapeutic sessions that can be done in the confines of a home, over a cup of coffee with a trusted friend, in a church community group, or even in the safety of a therapist’s office. As a therapist myself, this will be in a quick-to-reach spot in my office, as I see this book being a helpful clinical resource when thinking through treatment plans and case conceptualization for those who are struggling in understanding, defining, and forming their identity.
Every follower of Christ could benefit from reading and engaging with the content of this book; I know I have.
Jessica Buczek, Licensed Professional Counselor