Stand in Confidence
Culture, church, and life have sold women narratives about who they’re supposed to be. If they play the part well, they gain love, acceptance, validation, and significance. When they don’t know which role to play from one day to the next, they sink in insecurity. These feelings drive them to people-please, downplay, settle, and perform. In all this, women accept less than the abundant life Jesus died to give them.
Amanda Pittman, founder of Confident Woman Co., explains how women can rewrite their damaging self-beliefs with the truth about their God-given identity by establishing the Four Components of Confidence:
- Clarity—Embrace your identity and define your design.
- Connection—Connect with God and connect with others.
- Competency—Develop your ability and expand your capacity.
- Conviction—Know your responsibility and use your authority.
With a new perspective and focus, women will stand confidently upon the finished work of Jesus and live boldly in their Christ-given callings.