Join me and my good friend Shelby Harveaux as we discuss what it means to be an imperfect Christian. We talk about how performance based activity is rooted in shame and perfectionism keeps us from taking chances on great things. Don’t miss the most important lesson I learned from God about judging others. And what is challenging Shelby right now in her transition to LA and married life.
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IN THIS EPISODE YOU'LL LEARN
- How Shelby overcame perfectionism in the 4th grade. But did she?
- What Brene Brown says about the tie between perfectionism and shame.
- What God showed me about why He advances people when they don’t deserve it.
- When we judge God as a conditionally loving God.
- What is challenging Shelby and me right now.
- What is from God in this season and what isn’t
- Does God let us do what we want?
- From Looking To Loving
- Brene Brown
- Kris Vallotton
- Shelby’s article on Single Matters
- Sponsored by Oasis Audio
- Colombia Mission Trip
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Thank you both for sharing on this topic of perfectionism. We are to be prepared but we don’t have to be perfect to still be effective. We can do things “messy” sometimes. There are many in the Bible who didn’t do things anywhere near perfect but still were used by the Lord in mighty ways. Letting go of what others think of us and not agonizing over what we could have done better is a great place to be. I don’t always get it right but I am definitely worlds away from where I used to be. Thanks Jill for always challenging me and speaking truth.
We don’t need to be perfect to be effective. Amen. Still learning that myself. 🙂
Yes and amen. Many effective points to help us freshen and redirect our perspective about daily living, work and relationships.