Any of these sound familiar?
I’m not good enough, she’s better than me, what I do doesn’t matter, I’m a failure…
A daughter of an associate pastor of two mega churches in Dallas, Julie Plagens of Mom Remade recounts her inner struggles with self-worth and value that started as a child and carried through into her marriage and motherhood. As she began to combat the self-destructive narratives swirling in her mind with Scripture, her view of a mean, uncaring God completely changed and she ultimately found a loving Father who revealed the truth of who she is.
If you’re battling inner lies about yourself and you’re constantly caught in comparison traps, this episode will give you very practical methods rooted in faith to overcome them.
To connect with Julie Plagens visit her website, Facebook, Instagram or Pinterest.
Check out Julie’s book Estranged: Finding Hope When Your Family Falls Apart.
Song Mentioned: Here's My Heart by Casting Crowns
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Author of Estranged: Finding Hope When Your Family Falls Apart
Julie is a wife, mother, author, teacher, and blogger. Before she married, she taught speech, drama and English for three years in Richardson Independent School District. After she married, she stayed home with her two children, homeschooled briefly, and volunteered locally at the South Texas border. Now that her children are grown, Julie works intermittently for her husband, writes, and speaks about family, marriage, and parenting issues. Julie and her husband have been married for 28 years and live in Dallas, Texas.