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Catherine Parks

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  • What To Wear


    Helping kids fall in love with God and His Word as they study the Bible for themselves.

    What to Wear is your kids’ journey into their truest identity–Jesus Christ!

    The Apostle Paul tells us that our identity is in Christ, and we need to dress the part. All who follow Jesus–kids included–must take off and put on certain things. What to Wear is an eight-part study of these items of “clothing” Paul teaches about in Colossians 3. How do we put on compassion, kindness, humility, meekness, patience, forbearance, forgiveness, and love?

    This study shows your kids how Jesus perfectly embodies these virtues and how He enables us to grow in them. Apart from Jesus Christ, our attempts to form these traits in our children will fail. Yet when tied to identity in Christ and our belonging in the church, we see the fruit of these qualities developed in our minds and hearts.

    Kids are encouraged to learn algebra, science, instruments, and athletics. The goal of this study is to help our kids live into their calling to know and love Jesus by studying His Word. In this study, kids will learn the method of observation, interpretation, and application. As kids learn how to read the Bible for themselves, they’ll also grow to delight in God’s Word.

    What to Wear provides the encouragement and guidance needed for your kids journey into looking like Jesus!

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  • Real : The Surprising Secret To Deeper Relationships


    1. Finsta And Rinsta
    2. The Way We Were
    3. True To Yourself?
    4. The Joy Of Repentance
    5. Your Roots Are Showing
    6. Dealing With Sirens
    7. True Authenticity
    Epilogue: A Land Without Repentance

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    Every woman longs for authentic friendships with others-but in a world of carefully-curated social media, most of us are merely keeping up appearances. Both online and offline, we’re all prone to only presenting the best side of ourselves.

    This book shows us that the secret to growing the relationships we crave is in developing a biblical habit of repentance. By being honest about our sin before God and receiving his forgiveness, we’re freed be honest about our sin with others. When we drop the act and allow ourselves to be vulnerable by sharing our struggles, not only are we strengthened in our fight against sin, but we experience authentic fellowship and real friendship.

    Catherine Parks empowers women to fight side by side against their sin, and shows how by getting real about our struggles, we can create genuine community in an “I’m fine” culture.

    This book is great for reading with your book group, women’s group, accountability partner, or one-to-one mentor-discussion questions are included for every chapter.

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