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Being Real Is Greater Than Being Perfect$17.99Add to cart
Being Real > Being Perfect is an inspiring rallying cry for Christians to let go of pretending and enjoy a freeing, authentic relationship with Jesus and others.
Are you tired of trying to be someone you’re not? Many of us spend a lot of energy–especially at church–trying to hide the fact that we’re struggling. We can’t share our marriage problems. Our addiction. Our sense of distance from God.
In Being Real > Being Perfect, Justin Davis reminds us that God doesn’t heal what we don’t admit is broken. As he vulnerably shares his own story of redemption, Justin helps us understand:
*Why being real with ourselves, God, and others leads to peace and hope
*How faking perfection robs us of the transformative power of grace
*What the Bible says about insecurity and identity
*Step-by-step ways to overcome our fear of being vulnerable
If you’re tired of trying to prove yourself, if you’re tired of wondering where the real “you” went, if you’re tired of knowing information but not experiencing transformation–discover the vibrant spiritual life you long for as you embrace the truth that being real is greater than you can imagine.
Beyond Ordinary : When A Good Marriage Just Isnt Good Enough$14.99Add to cart
How safe is your marriage? The answer may surprise you. The biggest threat to any marriage isn’t infidelity or miscommunication. The greatest enemy is ordinary. Ordinary marriages lose hope. Ordinary marriages lack vision. Ordinary marriages give in to compromise. Ordinary is the belief that this is as good as it will ever get. And when we begin to settle for ordinary, it’s easy to move from “I do” to “I’m done.”Justin and Trisha Davis know just how dangerous ordinary can be. In this beautifully written book, Justin and Trisha take us inside the slow fade that occurred in their own marriage-each telling the story from their own perspective. Together, they reveal the mistakes they made, the work they avoided, the thoughts and feelings that led to an affair and near divorce, and finally, the heart-change that had to occur in both of them before they could experience the hope, healing, and restoration of a truly extraordinary marriage.