Fight Forward: Reclaim the Real You

Fight Forward: Reclaim the Real You

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Overview


I’m not good enough. It’s my fault. I am alone. I am worthless. The voices and lies you give power to shape who you are and attempt to hijack your identity, twisting your perspective on God, family, career, church, and other relationships. Whose voice are you listening to?

You are a champion by God’s design. In Fight Forward, Brenda Crouch bravely shares her story of overcoming the abuse she suffered as a child and an adult. She offers practical solutions that will help you:
  • Find courage to dismantle the façade and embrace your true identity.
  • Break the cycle of a victim mindset and trust the power of God to set you free.
  • Discover the strength to say no to users and learn to recognize authentic love.
  • Ditch self-ambition and explore the wealth of your divine purpose.
  • Find your voice and help others heal.

Be propelled into favor and fulfillment as you listen to God’s voice. He wants you to know the relevance of your authentic value and the unique purpose for which you were born. 
 

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781424557905
Publisher: BroadStreet Publishing Group, LLC
Publication date: 05/07/2019
Pages: 192
Sales rank: 276,970
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author

Brenda is passionate about getting the message of hope and healing to those who are sleepwalking through life or feeling marginalized in their God-given purpose because of intimidation and control from abusive influences. Having learned about the reality of mental illness and its effects on loved ones through painful life experiences, she is also qualified to offer sound advice and encouragement to anyone who desires to break free from a victim mentality!
 
Brenda was awakened to the entertainment industry at an early age as a child of gospel music recording artists. She was predisposed for a career in music earning a professional status as a singer at an early age. Through scholarships funded by the Miss Nevada / Miss America Pageant, Brenda studied Biblical and Ministerial Arts at Capital Bible Institute in Sacramento, California. She achieved success as a TV spokesmodel, radio and TV jingle singer, and voice-over artist. As a survivor of childhood sexual abuse and adult domestic violence, Brenda eventually found her true identity and healing through her personal and private journey with Christ and the wisdom of true, godly counsel.
 
Brenda’s greatest joy and achievement has been raising her daughter, Bryanna, as an honest example of what it means to walk daily with Christ and break every generational curse. She has served in various music ministries and churches as a worship leader, singer/songwriter, blogger, and public speaker, while working for over twenty years as a decorative artist and self-taught interior designer.
 
Brenda is the wife of American Christian broadcaster and film producer Paul Crouch, Jr. Together they live in Southern California and are the grandparents of four boys and one girl.

Table of Contents

Foreword 11

Fight Forward: Reclaim the Real You 14

1 Seventeen Days 19

2 Dismantling the Crown 31

3 Destiny Beckons 49

4 Coming Out of the Chrysalis 61

5 Faulty Foundations 75

6 No Longer a Victim 93

7 Living in the "I Am" of Identity 111

8 The Miracle of Rebirth 123

9 The Paradox of Selflessness 135

10 Building Strongholds of Truth 147

11 Stop Hurting and Help People Heal 159

12 The Color of Love 171

Acknowledgments 181

Endnotes 185

About the Author 186

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It is God’s perfect timing for me to read Fighting Forward by Brenda Crouch, which is a must read! She is very passionate and transparent in sharing her story. She speaks on many aspects of life and its challenges, one being forgiveness which helped me navigate through the difficult changes of a friendship that I desperately wanted to keep at the cost of stealing my peace. “Quite often I was too quick to rush the process of forgiveness, accepting a disingenuous apology with someone who wasn’t really a repentant what they had done.” I have received hollow apologies without a change in behavior. Brenda’s advice in her book gave me the freedom to let go and let God mend my heart. Kyle Steward, CEO, Gem Women Ministry
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Brenda courageously opened a vein so that we, the readers, could identify with her and see the hard road of life. But when we continue to choose God's paths, no matter how hard things get, He brings peace, understanding, and endurance. Get this book it will encourage your life. Kathleen Cooke