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Popular blogger Emily P. Freeman writes candidly to "good girls" and helps women see that a relationship with God is not another performance-based role, but a safe place to be yourself.

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You're strong. You're responsible. You're good. But . . . as day fades to dusk, you begin to feel the familiar fog of anxiety, the weight and pressure of holding it together and of longing left unmet. Good girls sometimes feel the Christian life means doing hard work with a sweet disposition. We tend to focus only on the things we can handle, our disciplined lives, and our unshakable good moods.

But what would happen if we let grace pour out boundless acceptance into our worn-out hearts and undo us? If we dared to talk about the ways we hide, our longing to be known, and the fear in the knowing?

In Grace for the Good Girl, Emily Freeman invites you to release your tight hold on that familiar, try-hard life and lean your weight heavy into the love of Jesus. With an open hand, a whimsical style, and a heart bent brave toward adventure, Emily encourages you to move from your own impossible expectations toward the God who has graciously, miraculously, and lovingly found you.

"If you struggle with trying so hard, being so good, and hoping so much for joy and grace in the mundane, savor this book." ---Mary DeMuth, author of Thin Places

Grace for the Good Girl

Letting Go of the Try-Hard Life

Author Emily P. Freeman

Narrated by Coleen Marlo

Publication date Jul 28, 2015

Running time 7 hrs 18 min

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