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Christian women have allowed shame to condemn and confine them for far too long. If you’re ready to turn things around, Aubrey Sampson—a pastor’s wife, and an advocate for at-risk women—invites you to become an unashamed woman.
Written with a strong biblical theology and humorous authenticity, as well as true-life stories, Sampson equips readers with tools for an ongoing spiritual discipline of "shamelessness." She deals directly with the shame that comes from comical moments in life, as well as from sexual abuse, eating disorders, addiction, abandonment, and other real-life issues. She also encourages women to transform their life’s story into ministry, creating ripple effects of hope and healing that can change the world.
Written for any woman whose self-worth has been stolen, Overcomer will give you the courage, in Jesus, to reclaim it.
Number of Pages: 224
Publication Date: 2015
|Dimensions: 8.40 X 5.50 (inches)|
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Aubrey Sampson is passionate about empowering women of all ages to experience freedom from shame. An author, speaker, and church planter, Aubrey lives and ministers in the Chicagoland area with her husband, Kevin. She is also a mom to three young sons, which is to say she spends most days in her pajamas, drinking entirely too much coffee. Connect with Aubrey at www.aubreysampson.com and @aubsamp.
Scripture couldnt be clearer: There is no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus. Yet we continue to hide behind the wall of shame. Aubrey Sampson calls us out from our hiding place and into the freedom that is already ours. With honest storytelling and practical application, she nudges us forward and then beautifully kicks our backsides to step boldly into who we already are in Christ.
Are you drowning in overwhelming public shame or silently hounded by unwanted thoughts of regret or self-loathing? Overcomer reveals a tender Jesus with the power to transform our stories of shame into identities soaked in love. A resource every woman needs. With honest stories, accessible tools, and worksheets, Overcomer provides what you need to rebuild your soul.
In my years of ministry to women, Ive learned that, for so many, you dont have to scratch too far beneath the surface to encounter some form of shame. This book provides a dynamic, solid, biblically based toolbox for those who are ready to be set free from shames crippling effects in a loving, practical, and powerful way.
For any woman who has experienced insecurity or shame, Aubrey Sampsons words offer truth, joy, and healing for the soul. Filled with humor, biblical insight, and no apologies, Aubrey offers women hope instead of despair, grace instead of grief, and beauty instead of ashes. Read Overcomer and rebuild your identity as a woman free from shame
Shame is far too powerful in most of our lives. Overcomer is not a miracle cure, but its the next best thing. Prepare to reclaim your past and discover your fullest self!
This winsome and practical book will resonate with so many women, both for its stories of shame and its roadmap for finding the way out. Let it lead you toward freedom.
Shame is toxic to our faith. Through the pages of this book, Aubrey Sampson will take you on a journey to discover its devastating nature. Aubrey presents bold truth to help usher you into deeper intimacy with Christ and empower you to overcome shame. As a pastor, I am excited to recommend this book because I know it will be a great tool to introduce many people to the fierce love of God that brings true freedom!
With wit balanced by insight and honest confession, Aubrey helps us face the pain of shame with hope and truth. For all those ashamed to deal with shame, let Aubrey hold your hand to the cross.
I work with thousands of women and never has there been a more urgent message in our quest for wholeness in Christ than uprooting the lies about shame. Overcomer is relatable, practical, and purposeful in sharing the steps to inner freedom. A perfect small-group study.
Aubrey tenderly walks you through the hidden hurts and fears we all carry and hide. Through Scripture and story, she winsomely invites you in to real and powerful times of healing and restoration.
Aubrey Sampson is well-acquainted with shame and what it takes to over- come it. In this book, youll fi great help and encouragement to kick down the walls of shame as you learn to think rightly about God, yourself, and the world.
The Reading MomChicago, ILAge: 35-44Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Authentic with Biblical truths and hilariously enjoyable to read!!!May 1, 2017The Reading MomChicago, ILAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0This is a must read book which helps women dismantle seven lies shame tells them. Sampson shares some painful memories and takes you on a journey with her toward healing and restoration. I love that she is authentic, vulnerable (so inspiring!) and hilariously funny (check out her "an open letter to the latest media darling who lost all her baby weight at warp speed on pp.44-45!)! I appreciate the practical tools (the chart on pg. 65 is powerful!) along with the biblical truths she teaches. There are incredible quotes, discussion questions after every chapter, a prayer and an inspirational story which makes this a great candidate for your next book club or women's bible study!
Catherine5 Stars Out Of 5Vulnerable, funny, related, and wiseApril 7, 2017CatherineQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0When I find myself laughing, crying, and entirely drawn in to the story in the first couple pages, that's how I know I'm reading a good book. And all of these things were 100% true with Overcomer. Aubrey is so relateable that her message speaks powerfully - more like meeting a friend for coffee than anything else. If you struggle with shame, I recommend this book very highly.