Some women forget their story matters. Our culture does a great job making women feel that our stories aren't important enough to be told. They are not the funny, feel-good, fairy-tale ending stories that we think matter. We struggle telling the painful chapters and taking off our masks. So what can we do to share the true stories of who we are, and why should we do it? Experienced ministers Adele Ahlberg Calhoun and Tracey Bianchi give us a reason: "Each of us gets a one-of-a-kind unrepeatable life . . . No matter what has happened to you--there is holy wisdom to be found in your story. Your life matters and isn't just about you. In fact, it could change the course of another's life. Your one crazy mixed up unrepeatable life is for your friends, family, your kids, your neighborhood, your God and the generations to come." But telling our stories is not easy. We doubt the significance of our journeys, refusing to share--and be--ourselves. But God wants to release each of us to find our "true you" underneath all of the expectations and conflicting priorities. This book serves as a companion as we find ourselves, our sense of community and our identity in God. Designed to take you deeper with God on your own or with a group of sisters, use this book to reclaim your voice. At the end of each chapter you will find a set of practices and journaling questions, as well as links to other encouraging resources. Will you tell your story?