5 Ways to get beyond imposter syndrome

Our faith can help us overcome feelings of doubt and inferiority.
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Holy witnesses to the Resurrection

by Kristen Glass Perez

In each of the four gospels, Mary Magdalene and other women are the first to arrive at the empty tomb of Jesus. They don’t expect it to be empty; they expect to prepare the body for proper burial. In this way, they show up as the people they are, ready to do what is expected of them as friends and followers of Jesus.MORE ›

Cafe group: Imposter Syndrome

May 2019

4 ways to get beyond imposter syndrome

by Kristen Glass Perez

Our faith can help us overcome feelings of doubt and inferiority.

Faith reflections: Holy witnesses of the Resurrection

by Kristen Glass Perez

Did the first witnesses to the Resurrection have the first recorded case of imposter syndrome?


Boldcafe podcast: Imposter syndrome

Listen to the May podcast on the topic of Imposter Syndrome and faith. MORE ›

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