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You’re Loved No Matter What by Holley Gerth

As women, we tend to think that if we could only get our act together, life would be perfect.
But you’re not supposed to be perfect.
You’re supposed to be human.
And humans are messy, flawed, glorious, and deeply loved.

It’s time to lay down those unrealistic expectations that exhaust you.
It’s time to embrace who you are–even the messy parts.
It’s time to start living fully instead of just trying not to fail.

Let’s do this. Together…

You’re Loved No Matter What
Holley Gerth

*** Special THANK YOU to Baker Publishing Group for providing me with a review copy. My review is my own personal opinion.***



How would your life be different if you truly believed you’re loved just as you are? Bestselling author Holley Gerth shares how God wants to set our hearts free by revealing the lies we believe as well as the scandalous grace and acceptance offered to us instead. She helps us lay down our unrealistic expectations so we can embrace who God created us to be, pursue his purpose for our lives, and offer others the love we’ve been freely given.


Holley Gerth is a Wall Street Journal bestselling author, a certified life coach, and a speaker with a masters degree in counseling. She loves connecting with the hearts of women through her popular blog and books like You’re Already Amazing, You’re Going to Be Okay, and You’re Loved No Matter What. She’s also cofounder of DaySpring’s (in)courage and a writer for DaySpring. Holley lives with her husband, Mark, in the South. They recently adopted a 21-year-old daughter because God is full of surprises. Holley would love to have coffee with you one day. Until then, you can hang out with her at


I love Holley Gerth and her books so much and was thrilled to be able to get a copy of “You’re Loved No Matter What”.
Thinking that I wasn’t one of those people who struggle with the pressure of perfection, I thought there would still be some things I could learn and glean from this book. But as I began to read, the pages were speaking straight into my heart. You see, the problem was I was really blinded to my own struggle with “perfection” and people-pleasing.
Holley’s book really helped me see the areas where I was holding back because of my fear of failure….’if I can’t measure up, why even try?!’.
It also showed me all of the reasons striving for perfection really sells us short and doesn’t allow us to come to the realization that God loves us in spite of our mess-ups and shortcomings.
I absolutely loved the final chapter and the list of “If You Try To Be Perfect”‘s!
The book also includes a Go Deeper Guide to be used on your own or in a group study setting.

*****5/5 STARS- FABULOUS!!! A MUST-READ!*****




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