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POSTPONED Emily Bernath, Broken Lenses: Identifying Your Truth in a World of Lies
This event is postponed until a future date to be announced.
Weller Book Works welcomes Emily Bernath for a presentation and signing of Broken Lenses: Identifying Your Truth in a World of Lies, Friday, March 27, at 7 PM!
A rape survivor, Emily Bernath’s life quickly turned away from having everything to feeling hopelessness and worthlessness. It was during that time of being open about her experience that it became apparent to her just how many other people experience those same feelings and so easily allow things that aren’t true about them define who they are. Broken Lenses stems from a passion to take outreach to the next level. Inside, Emily identifies some of the most popular lies people believe about themselves and pulls out the 12 biggest Biblical truths Christians should embrace in their own lives, such as “I am lovable” and “I am not a failure.”
With her scientific background and tell-it-how-it-is approach, Emily analyzes and connects each truth to God’s word through a few key lessons for each truth. She calls out the ways in which the enemy prevents people from believing these truths about themselves and what it looks like to truly embrace each of these truths. Ultimately, Broken Lenses helps readers achieve a more intimate relationship with God and the freedom that He desires each of his children to live in.
Broken Lenses reveals the truth of who God made people to be and the freedom that results from living out that truth.
A rape survivor, Emily Bernath's life quickly turned away from having everything to feeling hopelessness and worthlessness.