Episode 18 - Alex Seeley - Tailor Made

From an early age Alex Seeley was told she was an accident, but she also carried the weight of feeling stupid. Labels like these, sometimes spoken over us by well-meaning people, can cause us to believe lies about ourselves that make us question why we were born and what our purpose on earth could be. Aelx joins the conversation on vulnerability and the labels we all wear. Alex recently wrote a book, Tailor Made where she tells her story of how she dealt with a variety of labels she faced as a young woman. 

We also chat through the importance of vulnerability in shaping faith communities, how the good news is really that good and many other things.

Tailor Made (From Thomas Nelson)

From an early age Alex Seeley was told she was an accident, but she also carried the weight of feeling stupid. Labels like these, sometimes spoken over us by well-meaning people, can cause us to believe lies about ourselves that make us question why we were born and what our purpose on earth could be. Yet, according to Psalm 139, God designed us in His image with a unique DNA and amazing characteristics! We are loved and created for a purpose that only we can fulfill.

In Tailor Made, Alex helps us recognize our wrong thinking often brought on by generational patterns, insecurities, circumstances, lack of forgiveness, and an inaccurate view of God our Father, and offers to replace them with a new view of who God says we are our personal destiny. It’s time to find your own sense of belonging and the path to becoming the original, authentic version of you that God intended!


For more information on the film check out their site here: http://www.alexseeley.com/tailormade/

SHOW NOTES

  • Writing your first book?
  • No one else has your voice.
  • Sharing our stories help others heal?
  • Hurt people, hurt people?
  • Honesty from leadership is vital.
  • What would it look like to live out our identity as a child of God?