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The Shameless Life: Recognize Your Shame and Overcome It (Volume 1) Paperback – August 19, 2013
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Speaker, Author, Coach, and Radio Show Host Terilee Harrison is the author of The Business Mom Guide Book: More Life, Less Overwhelm for Mom Entrepreneurs. Terilee has reached thousands of entrepreneurs through her work with TEAM Referral Network in Southern California. She co-hosts Elevate Radio on the CWA Radio Network. Terilee resides in California, where her husband, Terry, is the Minister at Quartz Hill Church of Christ. Together, they have 4 children. Her greatest hope is to bring women from the lies they believe to the truth of who they are in Christ so they can live strong, amazing lives through knowing God intimately.
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But perfectionism didn’t come easily. Her adult life became a story of a sexually uncomfortable marriage, divorce, affairs with married men, emotional abuse, risky pregnancies, and single motherhood. Terilee’s life became more deeply engulfed in shame until she learned how to overcome her past.
Now a radio show hostess for Elevate Radio (CWA Radio Network, Blog Talk Radio), life coach, and much-in-demand speaker for churches and community organizations, Terilee helps others whose lives are smothered in shame, the “tool of Satan” that keeps us from accepting God’s forgiveness and love. Her book The Shameless Life, part memoir and part self-help workbook, guides the reader through a process of acknowledging hidden shame, relying on God’s perfect justice, and accepting pain as a way of growing closer to Him.
The Shameless Life is not the smoothest read, Terilee obviously being a stronger speaker than author. The transitions from her personal story to the chapter workbook portions are a bit awkward, and some of the biblical examples seem forced. However, the topic’s uniqueness makes the book worth a look-up, and there is unbelievable power in Terilee’s personal testimony. The Shameless Life could serve as a valuable resource for both the healing Christian and non-believer. Be it a physical disability, sexual sin, or history of domestic violence that may haunt them, women can transform their own shameful pasts into confident, effective futures by learning to live in the freedom of Christ.
J.T. in Florida