Has reality set in on your dreams yet?
It will, you know.
Not on all of them, of course. But enough.
Maybe you never got the career you wanted. Or the marriage you dreamed of. Or the baby you hoped for.
The question is, how do you come to terms with your unfulfilled dreams?
Author Chrystal Evans Hurst understands what you’re going through. She’s also walked the road of discontentment before.
In college, she didn’t handle her freedom well and became a teenage mom. She wasn’t wild. She was a pretty good kid who always tried to do the right things and was committed to her relationship with the Lord.
But she went through a time of feeling lost and made some mistakes. In the aftermath, she was left wondering if even God could help her recover.
How do you become the best at whatever God wants you to be given your circumstances? How do you move through your disappointments and not allow your mistakes to keep you pinned down?
Chrystal is sharing her story with us on our Focus on the Family Broadcast “Making Peace with Unfulfilled Dreams.” I know you’ll find her insights and advice worthwhile.
She uses the acronym GAIN to describe how to get a clear picture of who God made you to be. Examine your:
She also suggests a 90-day challenge to identify three things you could change about yourself to open up possibilities for new dreams for your life.
She’llencourage you not to lose heart because it’s never too late to rediscover your identity in God and to fulfill His dreams for your life.
We’re talking with Chrystal about her book She’s Still There: Rescuing the Girl in You. We’d like to send you a copy for a gift of any amount. Give us a call at 1-800-A-FAMILY (232-6459) or visit our website for more information. Thank you for your support.