I Am Found (Paperback)Laura Dingman
A six-week Bible study to help women experience freedom from shame and confidence in Christ.
Women are created to connect, but many of us live with walls up and hearts closed. We long to be truly known and deeply loved, but are hesitant to show others who we really are. What would it take for us to let go and stand tall and unashamed?
I Am Found is a six-week Bible study on shame and identity, exploring how women can own their stories, trust God’s affections, and relate honestly with Him and others. Each week begins with biblical teaching and is followed by five days of guided reflection. Drenched in Scripture, and allowing plenty of space to journal and savor biblical truths, I Am Found welcomes women on a personal journey of transformation through God’s Word.
Also available in Afrikaans under the title Jy is kosbaar.
About the Author
Laura Dingman spends most of her time creating and leading worship experiences that help connect people with the story of God. She has served in vocational ministry as the Creative Arts Director at The Creek, a large church in Indianapolis, for over a decade. She loves to show people where their story intersects with God's story. She enjoys belting Broadway, laughing hysterically, reading great books, and living life with her favorite two people in the whole world, her husband, Matt, and her spunky daughter, Abigail. You can learn more about her journey and connect with her at www.lauradingman.com.
Size171 x 245 mm
Number of Pages188 pp
PublisherChristian Art Publication
When my daughter, Abigail, was about a year old, I started playing peekaboo
with her. I would hide her face under a blanket and say, “Where is Abigail?”
After a few seconds of building anticipation, I would pull the blanket down for
the big reveal and say, “Th ere she is!” She would just bellow with giggles – one
of my favorite sounds in the world.
As she grew, her peekaboo game morphed into hide and seek. She would
hide and just wait. Every night before bed, she would hide in her closet or under
her bed and wait for us to come in and fi nd her. She would then squeal with
delight when we fi nally did. We always knew where she was, but she hid anyway,
believing she had tricked us.