What secret or secrets do you hold deep inside that stifle the freedom that God has planned for you? Do you struggle to find acceptance and authenticity in your circle of friends? Lisa Troyer has been involved with Circle of Friends for over a decade. Circle of Friends is a community of women fostering relationships through authenticity, affirmation and accountability.
Troyer’s book, “A Place to Belong”, is not only a guidebook to start a Circle of Friends group, it is also full of wisdom and advice for women who are struggling to find a place to belong. Using her own personal story and those of others, including women in the Bible who struggled with acceptance and belonging, you will discover a community of women who feel or have felt the same way you do and who have similar struggles, pains and potential.
“A Place to Belong” encourages women to start a Circle of Friends or become a part of a group who will help women find adventure in relationship, exchange the familiar for the extraordinary, enrich the lives of others and walk in their purpose. Find the freedom God has for you and become a part of an extraordinary group of women. If you can’t find one, start a group of your own. Help other women move away from their comfort zone and find adventure in the God zone.
Women can have authentic relationships, fulfill their life mission and inspire others. Troyer’s book helps us discover the tools God has given us to do what He has called us to do and help others do the same.
Don’t miss the lessons taught through Troyer’s use of biblical women who struggled just as we do even those obscure women who are often read about and forgotten such as Hagar, Tamar and Jael. Let these stories and Troyer’s honesty encourage you and help you find your purpose and potential in Christ.
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