Finding Freedom from Low Self-Esteem

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Do you tell yourself that you’re not good enough? Do you speak negatively to yourself? Do you worry too much about what others think about what you say and do? If so, you might find that you have pretty low self-esteem.

The way you evaluate your worth is important! Improving your self-image can help you free yourself from the chains of the negative words or actions that have caused you to think less of yourself. For a Christian, improving a poor self-image can help you renew your mind so you can take your eyes off yourself and focus on God.

In this growth plan, you will find a compilation of our top content about overcoming low self-esteem and growing more confident in your identity in Christ. 

01 01

Shaping Your Self-Image

What do your actions and reactions to the circumstances in your life say about your self-image?
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02 02

Embrace Your God-Given Value

A negative self-image denies you your God-given value and worth.
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03 03

Understand Your Identity

God has given you the ability to develop excellent self-esteem when you own your identity in Jesus.
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04 04

Your Confidence is in God

There is nothing external that can give you self-confidence—it is only temporal and will change with the wind.
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05 05

Heal Your Old Wounds

As you begin to repair your self-image, realize that not only do you need to have comfort in your identity in Christ, but you also need to heal the wounds that got you to this place.
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06 06

Be Free From a Negative Self-Image

Many of us don’t truly understand who we are in Christ, so we walk around in chains, bound by what others think and say about us.
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07 07

See Yourself As God Sees You

The only healthy way to perceive yourself is to see yourself as God sees you. No more, no less.
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