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In her first book, Beneath the Surface, Karie takes and translates her lesson from counseling young girls and women to what we desiremeaningful and authentic relationships without having to create and maintain a variety of masks to wear. Now in Identity Crisis, Karie helps women recapture and reclaim their God-given identity.
I think for many, our identity is broken. In an increasingly technological world, our identity gets broken more and more, or certainly, we run the risk of it doing so. We now have the ability to be a culprit and a victim of identity theft by our own hands at the same time.
Standing before God on my day of judgment, I wonder what I will really be accountable for. I was not who God designed me to be. The identity given to me was not the identity I lived my life as. Instead, I twisted it, distorted it, and mangled it beyond recognition so that I adapted into an identity I thought the world expected of me. I played God. Will that be my offense? If so, I plead guilty. I imagine there is more than enough evidence to convict me.
In Identity Crisis, we will discuss the self-created barriers to true relationship. If we live behind a mask, we can impress, but we cannot connect. That doesnt sound right, does it? That is not the story I want to be a part of and to have as my life. It sounds lonely. Lets take this journey together.
Karie Eaton is a lay counselor, Bible study leader, and has started numerous womens ministries over the years. She is the author of Beneath the Surface helping women seek how to have more authenticity in their relationship. Karie has a B.A. in Communications and Public Relations as well as a Master Degree in Human Services Counseling. She is a gifted speaker. Karie lives in Olathe, Kansas with husband Mark and their daughter Courtney and son Corey.