Review: Erica Wiggenhorn’s “Letting God Be Enough: Why Striving Keeps You Stuck and How Surrender Sets You Free”

Credit: Moody Publishers

Last month, Erica Wiggenhorn released another in-depth non-fiction title designed to be a powerful bible study resource. Moody Publishers revealed herLetting God Be Enough: Why Striving Keeps You Stuck and How Surrender Sets You Free”, and it is filled with biblical references that contrasts with her own life as well as people she knows.

The author gets very vulnerable by vividly describing the struggles in her own personal life and asking readers to examine their own. From her parents’ illnesses to her career and family life, she holds nothing back! Along with the personal stories, she discusses Moses struggle with trusting God completely before and after the Israelites’ deliverance. She assures us that Moses was a humble man, but he made disappointing human mistakes.

If you are a longtime Christian, you will find “Letting God Be Enough” to be an inspiring bible study guide. I encourage you to bring your bible and compare your own views with the author’s views. You will have deep discussions about Imposter Syndrome and how God addresses it in His Word.

Click Here to read BTSCelebs’ exclusive interview with Erica Wiggenhorn.

“Letting God Be Enough: Why Striving Keeps You Stuck and How Surrender Sets You Free” is currently available.

A Special Thanks to Biscuit Media Group and Moody Publishers for the ebook copy.

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