Are you exhausted from trying to find your own solutions to life’s problems, depending on yourself alone? Do you struggle to control your circumstances? Take on too many responsibilities? Or live for the approval of someone else?
Women have struggled to do too much ever since Grandma Eve gambled away paradise for the rest of us.
Who is a SuperGal? What are the symptoms? When did it begin? Why do so many women suffer from this spiritual disease? Where’s the harm?
SuperGals wear capes of many colors. Some strive for achievement, while others quietly hide under their insecure capes. But our pain is the same.
We don’t need to stay imprisoned in the chains of self-reliance, guilt, control and fear that keep us from reaching for God’s offering of joy and peace. We can learn to recognize, accept the existence of, and break out of our spiritual prisons!
Are we living according to God’s standard, or the world’s? And how do we know the difference?
Who exactly is “the world?” What roles and beliefs does the world impose on women?
The world wants us to believe in ideals that keep us lost in illusions and lies—things that appear to be good, but may be contrary to God’s Word.
God values our “Who”—His divine daughters in Christ—over our “Do.” What happens when we strive to Do to fulfill the world’s expectations of us?
Learn the ways in which God desires for us to live in—but not of—the world.
Women have carried and dragged the chains of the SuperGal Syndrome for far too long. We’ve strived to achieve, to find approval, struggled to survive our circumstances. We’ve lived in the bondage of self-reliance, attempting to find perfection.
We’ve given a name to our weariness, our disappointment. The SuperGal Syndrome. We’ve seen the harm it has caused us and those around us. How can we find healing?
The question is: Do we want to be healed? Are we afraid to face the truth—that being the world’s vision of an admirable woman isn’t all it’s cracked up to be? Are we ready to admit that God sees our baggage as sin? Is change uncomfortable?
God won’t respond to our self-pity without our desire born of our faith, followed by our action.
Receive God’s prescription for healing; His prescription for an abundant life. Learn what He means when He tells us to “Just S.T.O.P,” and start down the road to peace and joy—the road to SuperGal Recovery!
When does the cost of perfectionism become too high? When it gets in the way of our relationship with God and with those around us. Satan revels in our self-imposed pressure to be perfect. He creates chaos in our lives by convincing us that we are not enough! Perfectionism taints who you are, what you see, what you do. But Christ didn't die so we could live miserable, exhausted lives.
Discover how to see yourself as God sees you, and not according to Satan's evil whisperings.