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No more faking fine

Esther Fleece

No more faking fine

ending the pretending

by Esther Fleece

  • 381 Want to read
  • 35 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Interpersonal relations,
  • Anxiety,
  • Conduct of life,
  • Christian life,
  • Suffering,
  • Emotions,
  • Christianity

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementEsther Fleece
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBV4909 .F64 2017
    The Physical Object
    Pagination219 pages
    Number of Pages219
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27228212M
    ISBN 100310344751
    ISBN 109780310344759
    OCLC/WorldCa967780278

    No More Faking Fine is your permission to lament—to give voice to the hurt, frustration, and disappointment you’ve kept inside and silenced for too long. Drawing from careful biblical study and hard-won insight, Esther reveals how to use God’s own language to draw closer to Him as He leads us through any darkness into His marvelous light. No More Faking Fine by Esther Fleece. Many of us have the misconception that if we just push hard enough, smile long enough, speak glowing phrases enough, that we will be able to bypass pain. If we do, we will never live the fullness that God has for us. Christians often quote Philippians , but only in part.

      No More Faking Fine is your invitation to get gut-level honest with God through the life-giving language of lament. Lament, a practice woven throughout Scripture, is a prayer that God never ignores, never silences, and never wastes. NO MORE FAKING FINE: Ending the Pretending. We’re told to “fake it until you make it” – but that’s nowhere in scripture. Scripture is full of laments – people pouring out their hurt and hearts honestly before God. God wants your “sad” – Let God heal your memories and speak truth to the lies. Lies can become our belief systems.

    No More Faking Fine is a book for anyone wrestling with the unavoidable tension created when the faithful sufferAndy Stanley, communicator, author, and pastor About the Author. Esther Fleece Allen loves to connect people around the world to practical, faith-centered tools for living through every season, good and bad. Esther is a graduate of Reviews: Scripture reveals a God who meets us where we are, not where we pretend to be. No More Faking Fine is your invitation to get gut-level honest with God through the life-giving language of lament. If you've ever been given empty clichés during challenging times, you know how painful it can fee.


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No More Faking Fine is a book for anyone wrestling with the unavoidable tension created when the faithful suffer. (Andy Stanley, communicator, author, and pastor) For many of us, when someone asks how we’re doing, our automatic response is “fine”even when we aren’t/5().

“No More Faking Fine will give readers the much-needed permission to grieve, to ask the difficult questions, to pray the dangerous prayers, and to feel all their hurts—without apology. Fleece’s voice sorely needs to be heard in the church today, and her debut book will go far toward ending the pretending and creating authentic Christian.

No More Faking Fine is your invitation to get gut-level honest with God through the life-giving language of lament. Lament, a practice woven Copied from Amazon: If you’ve ever been given empty clichés during challenging times, you know how painful it can feel to be misunderstood by well-meaning people/5().

No More Faking Fine is a desperately needed book, helping all Christians No more faking fine book have felt obligated to hide their hurt, pain, grief, and rejection and put on a fake happy face. This book provides a pathway to experiencing the joy and peace that come with being honest with God and with each other about our inner pain and grief/5(9).

Hi, Everyone. Still hard to believe we passed the one-year mark for No More Faking Fine. Thank you for reading the book, reviewing it, and sharing it with your friends and family.

Because of your support we were able to keep the books stocked and sold at retailers all year long. Thank you. And [ ]. Esther Fleece: It was our heart to invite others to share their “No More Faking Fine” stories as a part of this book campaign. When one person stops faking fine, it gives permission for others to do the same.

What a great way to show unchurched people that church people don’t have it all together. That we, too, still have a need for God. No More Faking Fine is your permission to lament, taking you on a journey down the unexpected pathway to true intimacy with God.

Drawing from careful biblical study and hard-won insight, Esther reveals how to use God's own language to come closer to him as he leads. After reading No More Faking Fine, I am convinced that lament is possibly the most important thing I never knew I needed.

No More Faking Fine is broken into 11 chapters separated into three parts: Faking Fine, A New Way to Pray and To Sing Again.

Each chapter begins with a short scripture verse and ends with a beautiful prayer filled with more. Lament is a channel for powerful transformation. It is exactly the kind of song we need for hope and healing.

For so much of my life, I thought sucking it up and faking away the pain showed true strength. But real strength is identifying a wound and asking God to enter it.” ― Esther Fleece, No More Faking Fine: Ending the Pretending.

Dave Wilson interviews Esther Fleece, author of the book 'No More Faking Fine' Purchase the book, 'No More Faking Fine' here: Joi. No More Faking Fine is your invitation to get gut-level honest with God through the life-giving language of lament.

Lament, a practice woven throughout Scripture, is a prayer that God never ignores, never silences, and never wastes. No More Faking Fine: Ending the Pretending succeeding financially or professionally is not the point of the book. Fleece is more concerned with how she “faked” her way, as she says, into.

In No More Faking Fine Esther Fleece embraces the fact that to really move on past certain things in our lives, we must take the time to lament about them. If we don't address them, we can never fully move past and move on.

No more shutting down how we feel. It's time to embrace our emotions/5(9). About the Book. Scripture reveals a God who meets us where we are, not where we pretend to be. No More Faking Fine is your invitation to get gut-level honest with God through the life-giving language of lament.

If you've ever been given empty clichés during challenging times, you know how painful it can feel to be misunderstood by well-meaning people. No More Faking Fine is your invitation to get gut-level honest with God through the life-giving language of lament. Lament, a practice woven throughout Scripture, is a prayer that God never ignores, never silences, and never : Lady Bibliophile.

No More Faking Fine is a book that makes it okay not to be okay. Esther beautifully writes and shares her story of coming to a place of lament. Knowing that God WANTS our laments is something the church doesn't readily teach.

I felt that this book was bold yet comforting to know that God doesn't shy away from our mess. He meets us right where 5/5(2). Author; No More Faking Fine: Ending the Pretending (Zondervan, ) Founder and CEO of L&L Consulting, Inc., Fmr Millennial Spokesperson for Focus on the Family.

One of CNN’s Five Women to. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for No More Faking Fine: Ending the Pretending by Esther Fleece and Esther Fleece Allen (Trade Paper) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products!/5(7). No More Faking Fine: Ending the Pretending has an important message we often forget.

I was challenged to find ways to be more authentic with God and with the people around me. I was reminded it's okay to ask questions and seek for answers. No More Faking Fine is your permission to lament, taking you on a journey down the unexpected pathway to true intimacy with God.

Drawing from careful biblical study and hard-won insight, Esther reveals how to use God’s own language to come closer to him as he leads.

When dealing with painful emotions, you don’t always need to put on a brave face! This audiobook revisits the practice of lament in Scripture and shows you how to use the language of lamentation to voice your sorrows — and to find your way out of the darkness and into the light of God’s presence.When I read the title, "No More Faking Fine: Ending the Pretending", my reaction was not like other reviewers that chose the book because the title captured their interest, I was sure that I certainly do not 'fake fine', in fact, I was convinced I am the complete opposite, that I tell it like it is: good, bad and ugly/5().No More Faking Fine goes into talking about how coping mechanisms fail and how pain has a purpose if it leads us back to God.

She weaves her own story thinly throughout the book, but mostly gives us a theological look at her emotional and spiritual journey as she worked at coping with coming from an abusive and traumatic past.