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Every woman longs for authentic friendships with othersbut in a world of carefully-curated social media, most of us are merely keeping up appearances. Both online and offline, we're all prone to only presenting the best side of ourselves. This book shows us that the secret to growing the relationships we crave is in developing a biblical habit of repentance. By being hones Every woman longs for authentic friendships with othersbut in a world of carefully-curated social media, most of us are merely keeping up appearances. Both online and offline, we're all prone to only presenting the best side of ourselves. This book shows us that the secret to growing the relationships we crave is in developing a biblical habit of repentance. By being honest about our sin before God and receiving his forgiveness, we're freed be honest about our sin with others. When we drop the act and allow ourselves to be vulnerable by sharing our struggles, not only are we strengthened in our fight against sin, but we experience authentic fellowship and real friendship. Catherine Parks empowers women to fight side by side against their sin, and shows how by getting real about our struggles, we can create genuine community in an ""I'm fine"" culture. This book is great for reading with your book group, women's group, accountability partner, or one-to-one mentordiscussion questions are included for every chapter.


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Every woman longs for authentic friendships with othersbut in a world of carefully-curated social media, most of us are merely keeping up appearances. Both online and offline, we're all prone to only presenting the best side of ourselves. This book shows us that the secret to growing the relationships we crave is in developing a biblical habit of repentance. By being hones Every woman longs for authentic friendships with othersbut in a world of carefully-curated social media, most of us are merely keeping up appearances. Both online and offline, we're all prone to only presenting the best side of ourselves. This book shows us that the secret to growing the relationships we crave is in developing a biblical habit of repentance. By being honest about our sin before God and receiving his forgiveness, we're freed be honest about our sin with others. When we drop the act and allow ourselves to be vulnerable by sharing our struggles, not only are we strengthened in our fight against sin, but we experience authentic fellowship and real friendship. Catherine Parks empowers women to fight side by side against their sin, and shows how by getting real about our struggles, we can create genuine community in an ""I'm fine"" culture. This book is great for reading with your book group, women's group, accountability partner, or one-to-one mentordiscussion questions are included for every chapter.

33 review for Real: The Surprising Secret to Deeper Relationships

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jennie Pollock

    This beautiful, well-written book packs a real punch in its few pages. If you're struggling to build deep relationships, Catherine Parks suggests, the solution could well be repentance. What is holding us back from being real with one another, she argues, is not that we’re not yet perfect, but that we’re not yet assured of our forgiveness. If we truly grasped the depths of our sin, and if we took that sin to God and repented of it, and if we believed and accepted his forgiveness, the freedom we w This beautiful, well-written book packs a real punch in its few pages. If you're struggling to build deep relationships, Catherine Parks suggests, the solution could well be repentance. What is holding us back from being real with one another, she argues, is not that we’re not yet perfect, but that we’re not yet assured of our forgiveness. If we truly grasped the depths of our sin, and if we took that sin to God and repented of it, and if we believed and accepted his forgiveness, the freedom we would experience would be so great that we would no longer have to hide behind our façade of perfection. Containing incredibly helpful advice, too, like how to gently confront others with their sin, how to repent well (learning from David in Psalm 51) and what not to say when someone confesses their sin to you, this book is both inspiring and practical. I highly recommend it for anyone struggling to build deep relationships, or anyone involved in any kind of pastoral relationships, mentoring or just friendships with other believers. A gem of a book.

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