Contemporary culture has a grossly distorted view of what it means to be a person, emphasizing vanity over value, wealth over worth, and upward mobility over a higher calling. It's a view that author Ed Young stands ready to challenge. As founder and senior pastor of Fellowship Church in Dallas, the fifth largest church in America, Young has seen both the devastation that wrong views can bring and the liberation that can be found when a godly perspective takes hold. Writing in a highly readable style, Young confronts the pain and scars that hinder our growth and encourages readers to see exactly who they are in the eyes of a God who loves them beyond compare and wants the best for their lives.
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User Review - Jill F Montemayor - Christianbook.com
Pretty good. I enjoy his speaking more than his writing on this book, as it is the first I've read of his. I plan to read more as I am sure that this may not be one of his best works, though it is pretty good. Read full review
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4-F Club accept Adam and Eve admit affirm answer baggage begin believe Bible build self-esteem C H A P T E R CHA PTE choose Colossians compliment confidence death angel dive Ed Young ego driven esteem everything feel forgiveness Garden of Eden Gary Smith give criticism God's creative God's eyes God's Word going happen hear heart Holy Spirit driven Jesus Christ Journey Back kids kind Lisa listen lives look Lord lost sense masterpiece matter means messed Muhammad Ali never Pac-Man pain paper crowns parents perfect law person play Psalm Read reality realize rebuilding our self-esteem relationship responsibility Row Your Boat scar issue search for self-esteem self-worth sense of worth shepherd sins someone special creation spouses status step talking tear things took tread-militant treadmills of style trust truth unique verse