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Accepting Your Imperfect Life – Amy Carroll

You can release unrealistic standards of perfection and accept that in Jesus Christ you are enough. In this one day Focus on the Family broadcast, Jim Daly and John Fuller are joined by Amy Carroll, author of the book Breaking up with Perfect: Kiss Perfection Goodbye and Embrace the Joy God Has In Store For You. You can find her book on our store here: http://bit.ly/2RRhRJj

Amy shares about how her perfectionism led to her being discontent in her marriage for over a decade, how she learned to find value in who Christ is, not in what she does, and practical ways everyone can accept the messiness of marriage and of life.

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