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Brave Enough To Be Broken$19.99Add to cart
None of us are perfect. And that is okay!
Trauma, abuse, childhood wounds, and toxic relationships have broken us. But there is no shame in brokenness. In fact, it’s in our brokenness where the healing power of Jesus comes to find us.
Brave Enough to Be Broken is a biblical road map you can use to heal from the pain, the shame, and the regrets that have tried to steal your joy, so you can rest in the unconditional love, healing, and hope of Jesus.
From Toni Collier, founder of the international women’s ministry Broken Crayons Still Color, Brave Enough to Be Broken will show you how to bravely process your brokenness so that you can experience the fullness of God’s restoration power.
Many of us feel the pressure to be perfect, but what we really want is the freedom to be broken. We long to hear that our brokenness doesn’t discount us, and we want a way out of the pain that threatens to overwhelm us.
Toni shares practical steps and biblical wisdom to help you stand in your brokenness and experience healing. No perfection required.
You’ll learn how to:
*Overcome shame and other inner obstacles blocking you from healing
*Recognize the harmful effects of trauma and toxic relationships on your mental health
*Embrace your brokenness so you can help others do the same
*Hear the voice of Jesus saying “you ARE worthy” when you don’t feel it
*Accept the unconditional love of Jesus when you surrender your brokenness
Brave Enough to Be Broken will guide you to the hope that is found in pain and the beauty that exists in brokenness. It’s an invitation to reclaim the wholeness and freedom waiting for you in the fullness of God’s purpose for your life.
Broken Crayons Still Color$18.99Add to cart
Help your kids process big feelings, build a social-emotional tool kit, and find beauty in life’s challenges with this creative story that expresses the hope of the gospel from podcast host, speaker, and mom Toni Collier.
Avery has big emotions and bubbling anxieties about changes in her life. When her crayons break as she scribbles furiously, she discovers that they have personalities and feelings too! And they can show her how to use her love of coloring to manage scary, overwhelming feelings and embrace curiosity and joy. As Avery follows the crayons’ advice, gets creative, and chooses bravery and positive thinking, she discovers that God can use her to make beautiful things, even with broken crayons.
In Broken Crayons Still Color, children 4 to 8 will
*see that everyone feels frustrated and overwhelmed at times
*learn to express emotions and explore creativity
*practice coping skills, such as drawing worries, affirmations, and breathing
*understand that God loves them just as they are and He can turn their mistakes and weaknesses into beautiful new things
This illustrated picture book includes
*an inventive illustration style that models to children how to draw their own feelings
*an emotion color chart to guide children in identifying how they feel
With a fun story, silly crayon characters, and practical guidance for kids struggling with powerful emotions, insecurity, and perfectionism, Broken Crayons Still Color will entertain children as it assures them that God is making a beautiful masterpiece out of things they thought were broken. The presentation page and deluxe dust jacket make this encouraging book a beautiful gift for back-to-school, kids facing new experiences and tough situations, and any child with big feelings.
Brave Enough To Be Broken$28.99Add to cart
Toni Collier, founder of the international women’s ministry, Broken Crayons Still Color, shows women how to bravely process their brokenness so that they can experience the fullness of God’s power, healing, and hope.
Many women feel the pressure to be perfect, but what they really want is the freedom to be broken. They long to hear that their brokenness doesn’t discount them, and they want a way out of the pain that threatens to overwhelm them.
Toni Collier, founder of Broken Crayons Still Color, knows what brokenness feels like–and she knows the shame cycles that come with it. After experiencing abuse, spiritual manipulation, and toxic relationships, she felt defeated by her pain. But then she encountered the power of God’s light to bring hope into her darkness. His love brought her heartaches into the healing found at the feet of Jesus.
In Brave Enough to Be Broken, Toni shares practical steps and biblical wisdom to help women process their brokenness. She encourages women to:
*overcome shame and other inner obstacles to healing,?
*recognize?the harmful effects of trauma and toxic relationships,?
*embrace?their?brokenness?so that?they?can help others do the same, and?
*accept the unconditional love that abounds when surrendering brokenness?at the feet of Jesus.?
Brave Enough to Be Broken reminds women of the hope that is found in hurt and the beauty that exists in brokenness. It’s an invitation to the brave and hopeful woman who wants to reclaim the hope, wholeness, and freedom waiting for her in the fullness of God’s purpose for her life.
Overcomer : Defeating Anxiety And Abuse$12.99Add to cart
For far too long, women have been held back from their hope. Anxiety has made us feel alone, and abuse has told us that the only thing we deserve to hold onto is shame. We are convinced by the voice of an enemy that our thoughts only affirm: “There is no place for panic attacks at the foot of the cross and my anxiety is a direct consequence of my lack of faith; the physical, emotional, mental, sexual, and yes–even spiritual abuse of the people I’ve been told to trust and love unconditionally has knocked me down so far that even God Himself starts to look like He’s shaking His finger at me.” It’s those heavy words from an enemy that wants nothing more than to destroy us that leaves us in a valley of defeat.
Maybe you’ve been asking; “Is there a way to escape anxiety’s death grip on my soul? Where do I turn to find healing from all this church hurt? Am I meant to live a life of fear and self-loathing for the sake of keeping up appearances? Is this crippled posture really all that God has for me? Will my badge always say “victim of abuse” or will I get to claim victory over my life?”