Lauren Chandler

Growing up, Lauren developed an obsession with self-identity. Relying on Jesus to transform and sustain her, Lauren found satisfaction and joy in being God's child.

Topics: Identity | Grace

During her teenage years, Lauren felt pressured to fit a particular image. She developed an obsession with self-identity, and as she grew older, Lauren strongly desired to have her life in perfect order—but fell short. God allowed her to fail, causing Lauren to look to Him for her identity, worth and calling. Relying on Jesus to transform and sustain her, Lauren was able to find satisfaction and joy in being God’s child.

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