Much of how we see ourselves, how we treat others, our negative thoughts, insecurities, fears and the way we allow others to treat us is a direct reflection of our inability to see ourselves as God sees us; fearfully and wonderfully made. Changing the way you see yourself is not about new clothes, new hair, new makeup, or augmenting body parts to make yourself look better physically. It’s about healing from the inside out. If you don’t feel good about who you are at your core, cosmetic enhancements won’t amount to a hill of beans; you’ll still be a mess wrapped in a beautiful package. Using the principles outlined in “Change the Way You See Yourself” Kiffany will assist with designing a plan to identity the debris that fills your emotional trashcan while encouraging you to release the extraordinary woman that live inside, embrace the power of forgiveness, and live your best life by seeing yourself as fear fully and wonderfully made.

Unforgiveness is like a traveling bullet; it destroys everything in its path. The unwillingness to forgive is what hinders us from enjoying a healthy and fulfilling life. Harboring resentment, pain, and hatred toward someone who has hurt you emotionally or physically can cause damage that could take a lifetime to repair. This session will encourage you to embrace forgiveness while exploring the Biblical principles of forgiveness and importance of the freedom of letting go.

Proverbs 15:4, reminds us “The soothing tongue is a tree of life, but a perverse tongue crushes the spirit.”  One of the crucial steps in changing the way you see yourself is learning how to change your language; learning how to speak life to your soul.  We are often guilty of wounding our spirit by convincing ourselves that we’re not good enough, we can’t, we are not worthy, or we are worthless. How we speak to our soul is just as essential to our personal growth as the way others speak to us. When you speak life into your spirit you transform your internal environment from dehydration to restoration.  “Speak Life” will help you transform your internal language of insecurity from “I can’t” to “Yes, I can” from “I’m not worthy” to “I am enough.”