Everyone thinks you’ve got it together. But inside, you’re asking, “Am I enough?”
No matter how good we look to others, the nagging voice of self-doubt is hard to shake. We ask questions like:
- If people really knew me would they still accept me?
- Will I be rejected when I can’t perform?
- Can I pull this off?
- What if I end up alone?
- Am I missing out on what life should be because I can’t shake this fear?
If you find yourself having thoughts like these, Erica Wiggenhorn wants to lead you to freedom. Drawing from the story of Moses—the greatest self-doubter in the Bible—Erica shows how self-doubt is tied closely to self-reliance. It’s only when you cast yourself on God that you find the true source of strength.
Are you enough? The answer is no . . . but your God certainly is. Step out in His power instead of your own and watch your confidence blossom because you’re in the hands of I AM.
ABOUT ERICA WIGGENHORN
Erica is an award-winning author and the founder of Every Life Ministries, bringing you the truths of Scripture to transform your life. By digging deeply into God’s Word, Every Life Ministries encourages you to discover your unique purpose, accept God’s promises, and live by His power. Erica is the author of three Bible studies released by Moody Publishers: An Unexplainable Life, The Unexplainable Church, and Unexplainable Jesus: Rediscovering the God You Thought You Knew.
Erica serves on the women’s ministry leadership team for her church and regularly teaches in various venues. She’s also taught women in the Arizona State Prison system, and overseas. She loves to bring God’s Word to anyone who’ll listen, whether it’s a large women’s conference, a church women’s retreat, her own kitchen table, or across your computer screen with her teaching series or YouTube Channel. Erica is also a regular guest teacher on Bridges, an online show on the Christian Television network viewable on most cable networks, Roku, Amazon Fire, and Android TV.
A graduate and post-graduate of Azusa Pacific University, Erica lives in Phoenix with her best friend and husband, Jonathan, and their four children, only two of which are human. The others are furry and adorable.
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