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Living into Enoughness: How Our Hard Stories Become a Gift

Living into Enoughness, by Justine Froelker. Photograph of bust of Christ by Scott Rodgerson
Photograph by Scott Rodgerson

While our stories of loss and tragedy can leave us feeling lost and unworthy, it’s possible to change your perspective to embrace a feeling of enoughness

I stood in one of my favorite royal blue dresses, the fit and flare one that showed off my best asset, my arms, in front of the group of women. I stood tall, at least for me in the black heels I hardly ever wear anymore. In them, it felt easier to feel the tower of my enoughness.

It was my first ministry keynote and I was intimidated by the level of faith and theology in the room, feeling not quite Christian enough. Intimated and yet trusting I was there for a reason with words of a mighty faith wrestle for both

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