Summary and Bio:
This month, our conversations surround the topic of body image + self-worth, and on the fifteenth episode of the podcast, Britt chats with guest, Sarah Southern, about how our faith can shape our identities as women, Imposter Syndrome, and Imago Dei (the image of God).
Sarah Southern is a writer and occasional freelance graphic designer. She enjoys baking sourdough bread, reading widely, drinking craft coffee, and weekend hiking. She and her husband, Jordan, currently live in Denver, CO, with their rescue pup Lucy. Follow her on Instagram @sarahbsouthern or subscribe to her substack: sarahsouthern.substack.com
In this episode, Britt talks with Sarah about:
- Imposter Syndrome and its pervasiveness in our society
- Belief and belonging
- Deconstruction/Reconstruction of the faith journey
- The Church’s effects on women’s rights and worth
- The modern Church as a champion for women
- Feeling like a fraud within your own circle
- Proving our worth and measuring our success through social media
“In my Imago Dei, made in the image of God…I have worth and value simply because I am.” -Sarah Southern
“I am created in the image of a God who saw fit to give us callings and stir up creativity, but also call us to rest.” – Britt Smith
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