So many women are breathing but don't feel alive. They walk through life feeling judged, worried, and apprehensive, as though their voices don't count, their lives don't matter, and their faith is weak. But they hide these doubts and fears,...
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So many women are breathing but don't feel alive. They walk through life feeling judged, worried, and apprehensive, as though their voices don't count, their lives don't matter, and their faith is weak. But they hide these doubts and fears, put on a happy face, and go out to face the world, already defeated.
Kelly Balarie knows what it's like, and she's here to say that the time for hiding from our fears is past. Compassionate, encouraging, and grounded firmly in Scripture, Fear Fighting helps women address their fears, one by one, so they can be freed to live out their lives with passion, purpose, and an unstoppable, contagious faith. Through these tangible strategies, including a 12-week fear fighting group study challenge, personal inventories, checklists, and ways to measure their growth, women will find themselves emboldened and empowered to face world, knowing they are already victorious.
Kelly Balarie is a passionate national speaker who has spent nearly ten years leading groups of women in spiritual growth, marriage building, and general Bible studies across the nation. She has lived her subject matter. Her faith was built as she battled through a debilitating eating disorder, depression, multiple sclerosis testing and concerns, company failures, family deaths, job losses, and times without income or money. Throughout difficult circumstances, Kelly has looked past the pain to uncover the beauty of God's always-developing purposes for her life. Her greatest desire is to share this treasured beauty with other women who need a fresh drink of God's grace and restoration. Kelly is a featured blogger at Crosswalk.com and iBelieve.com. Her work has been featured on Relevant, (in)courage.me and was also the cover story on Today's Christian Woman. She lives with her husband and two toddlers near the sun-soaked shores of the East Coast.