How to Silence Your Inner Critic
So many in the body of Christ, especially those in places of leadership, face one of the toughest enemies:
THE INNER CRITIC
I’ve found that whenever you’re on the front lines leading the charge, the enemy will target you and do everything he can to discourage you. He’s the father of lies and if he can sabotage your beliefs and get you to constantly judge and doubt yourself, then he’s won.
That’s really not a fun place to be, is it?
One of the best ways to silence the inner critic is to see that your value has nothing to do with how well your last set went or how “successful” you may be. God is in love with you, therefore you are successful, whether you hit the right note or get the promotion. You are His child, whether you struggle in your songwriting or not. Knowing who you are in Him and to Him is key to battling insecurity.Knowing who you are in Him and to Him is key to battling insecurity and silencing your inner critic. Click To Tweet
In my new online class, I want to set you up to conquer that inner voice of negativity and give you the exact tools you need as a worship leader.
It’s about getting you to the place mentally where you no longer feel trapped or dread having to lead. I want to see you walk in the freedom that breeds life in your own soul and flows over into the lives of those on your team and those you’re leading.
You’re not just going to hear me ramble for an hour each week. I’ve spent many hours honing in on the topics and content that I believe will be most helpful for you. Each week, we’ll take a focused look at a topic I’ve prepared especially with you in mind.
I want to get to know you and your specific situation.
When you sign up for my class, you will receive a questionnaire with some hand-picked questions that are going to allow me to speak into your life and address the specific areas that will most help you to grow in confidence.
I’m so eager to meet you and get started, so sign up now!
Huge thanks to my friend Jordan Vanderplate for letting me use this photo from Hilo, Hawaii. Check out more of his work here.