Dream of You
Let Go of Broken Identities and Live You Were Made For
by Jo Saxton
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Pub Date 19 Jan 2018 | Archive Date 08 Jan 2019
Lion Hudson Ltd, Monarch Books
Who were you before life told you what you were supposed to be?
Let’s be honest: The life you lead isn’t what you’ve always dreamed. And maybe the person you’ve become isn’t who you’ve imagined you would be. Sure, you can clean it up. You can work longer, love harder, and eat better. You can scrub the surface of your life until it gleams yet still never address that somehow you lost sight of who you really are and what you’re living for.
Is this the life you were meant to live?
As the child of Nigerian immigrants in the UK, author and speaker Jo Saxton knows firsthand how quickly the world can cause us to doubt our dreams and question who we are. She understands how easily we can exchange our true child-of-God selves for an identity built on lies, guilt, and brokenness. In this powerful book, Jo examines biblical figures and shares her personal story as she invites you to turn to the One who knows you intimately and loves you deeply. He sees all you’ve struggled to hide. He hears the voice inside you that others have silenced. He knows the potential that no one valued. He longs to redeem your story and set you on the path to reclaim The Dream of You. Are you ready?
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I love listening to Jo Saxton speak and I love her practical and down to earth style. This book is like having her in my ear cheering me on to become all that I can be. Much of it is stuff that I've heard or read before, but as I wanted to read this book, there is obviously parts that have yet to sink in. Jo puts things across is an easy to read and funny style but with oodles of wisdom mixed in.