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Review: Wild and Free: A Hope-Filled Anthem for the Woman Who Feels She is Both Too Much and Never Enough

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Review: Wild and Free: A Hope-Filled Anthem for the Woman Who Feels She is Both Too Much and Never Enough

Wild and Free: A Hope-Filled Anthem for the Woman Who Feels She is Both Too Much and Never Enough by Jess Connolly and Hayley Morgan
Reviewed by: Caitlin Anderson
Genre: Christian Living
Publisher: Zondervan
Publication Date: May 3, 2016

Wild and free. Doesn’t that sound like a beautiful way to live?

In their debut book, Jess Connolly and Hayley Morgan offer an invitation soaked in grace and gumption to women everywhere. Instead of fearing that we are too much or not enough, we’re shown a better way. Invited into living in the fullness of freedom that Christ offers.

I spent a lot of time underlining their words but here are a few snippets that stood out to me:

– As women of freedom, we’re not called to live defensively, whether by playing dead or putting on a show. We’re invited to live boldly in the light, calling others to join us. If we know the Father, we should be drawn more and more to the light as we get to know Him better.

– We are not the main character in the greatest story ever told. This takes the pressure off. We can all breathe easy now. In the same way that we feel truly alive when we see a vast night sky or a huge, expansive ocean, the greatness and bigness of God free us up for wild worship instead of small living.

– Living as a wild daughter of the King is not a level to achieve; it’s a freedom we all currently possess. If Christ is in you, you have access to wild and free living right now. You’re as holy as you’ll ever be, as wild as you’ll ever be, as free as you’ll ever be, and as loved by God as you’ll ever be.

Those are good words and just a peek at what you’ll find in this book. I was hesitant to pick this book up at first, wondering if I was in the right demographic.But oh, how God met me on the pages. Highly recommend this book.

Rated G: Shouldn’t offend anyone.

Reviewer’s copy was personally purchased.

 

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