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Jon Edward’s grew up not knowing where he belonged or what his identity was. He was raised in a Christian home by a caucasian mom and a father of Jamaican descent never feeling his identity was fully black or white causing him to struggle with who he was. Jon shares how he was able to find confidence in his identity in Jesus and ultimately feel that he has a unique ability to connect with more people because of how he was made.
From being bullied as a child to being asked to lose weight to obtain a record deal. This is the story of PRISCA.
Sarah Sandrock shares her story of how her body dysmorphic disorder began as a child and how it shaped the way she viewed herself as an adult. After being shamed for her weight at a young age it brought her to aggressive dieting by the age of 16 depriving herself of nutrients she needed.
This is the story of Nicole Deering and her battle with her identity and losing her hair.
From curse to gift, how a man without arms used his life to bring hope. This is the story of Daniel Ritchie.
From an eating disorder to rehab, this is the story of Courtney Benjamin. Comment below and share with others.
Ronda shares how she had to fight fear and reminds us to wear our scars proudly and believe God is faithful even when it feels like he is far away.
When disaster strikes and you feel defeated it takes faith and determination to pick youself up and fight to overcome. This is the lesson that we learn from Kenyatta's inspirational story of choosing to keep faith in the middle of her battles and fight to overcome. After facing a life altering accident, abandonment and working multiple jobs to provide for her six children she has learned to keep faith and fight hard.