Beat Imposter Syndrome

How to stand firm in who God says you are when you feel like a phony
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We are all a work in progress. We will never arrive at a place of perfection having figured out how to navigate the complexity of our lives. However, Jesus has done everything necessary for us to step more fully into who God has created us to be. Let us press on knowing that after we begin to believe Jesus is who he said he is, we have the power to believe we are who he says we are―beloved daughters of the King.

For more on this topic, listen to Stephanie O’Brien’s podcast with Jo Saxton called Lead Stories. They have covered both what Imposter Syndrome is and how to to beat it.

Pastor Stephanie O’Brien is a Lead Pastor at Mill City Church in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and a program director and professor at Bethel Seminary in St. Paul, Minnesota. She writes about what she sees God doing at You can keep up with her online on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @PastorSteph.

October19, 2017 at 8:00 AM

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