Monday, November 1, 2021

Letting Go of Things That Hinder You!

Most of you know Heather M. Dixon. She is an author, speaker, and Bible teacher. Heather was a guest on Suite T, on November 2, 2020. "She wrote Finding Hope When You Don't Like Your Story.". If you did not get a chance to read that post, then I hope you will take the time to read, for it is well worth reading. Heather understands living with a story that is not easy. Diagnosed with an incurable and terminal genetic disorder that she inherited from her mother, she is passionate about encouraging and equipping women to trust in God, face their greatest fears, and live with hope, especially in the midst of difficult circumstances.

Heather is a regular contributor to Journey magazine and the author of three Bible studies – Ready: Finding the Courage to Face the Unknown, Determined: Living Like Jesus in Every Moment, and Renewed: Finding Hope When You Don’t Like Your Story.

And now, Heather's new Bible study is out. 
Unleashed, a study of the Gospel of John.  "Embrace your identity and gifts to fulfill your God-given purpose and love well with Unleashed," Heather Dixon.

In Unleashed: Living God’s Purpose for Your Life with Abandon, a six-week study of the Gospel of John by Heather M. Dixon, you will explore six characters from the Gospel of John who were set free by Jesus from what hindered them and unleashed into the world with renewed purpose and direction.

Unleashed guides you through the practice of letting go of six negative thoughts that hinder you.

1. I don’t have the confidence I need for that (Nicodemus)
2. I have nothing to offer (the woman at the well)
3. I am hindered by my limitations (the disabled man at the pool of Bethesda)
4. I can’t make a difference (the blind man)
5. I am not qualified (Peter)
6. Everyone else is already doing it (Mary Magdalene)

Get ready to root yourself in your identity as a beloved child of God and gain the confidence to love well simply by being yourself. You were made to be unleashed!

Wonderfully made. Lavishly loved. These aren’t just pretty words lifted from the pages of Scripture. They were written about us. God created each of us to serve as His ambassador to the world. But often we feel unworthy or unqualified, thinking we have nothing to offer. Embracing our identity in Christ allows us to release what is holding us back and run with wild abandon toward God’s purpose for our lives―to love God and love our neighbor with all that we are.

When Heather is not blogging at The Rescued Letters or speaking at women’s conferences and events, she loves to make the most of everyday moments such as cooking for her husband and son, brainstorming all the possible ways to organize Legos and superheroes, checking out way too many library books, or unashamedly indulging in her love for all things Disney.


  1. I love the "letting go of six negative thoughts that hinder you." Great examples of what God can do.

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