THE PSALM 46:1 AFFECT: Beloved California Certified Professional Life Coach Tracy Hester-Glass’ sophomore book encouraging women through their season of turbulence
Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable, if anything is excellent or praiseworthy, think about such things. (Philippians 4:8 NIV)
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For Tracy Hester-Glass, that 21-day fast she entered in January 2021 would ultimately give way to a life-altering defining moments, of sorts.
“During the fast, I heard God ask me, ‘What are you going to do with the idea I gave you?’” Hester-Glass recalls. “I felt an urgency to move forward again. I reached out to a coach to hold me accountable, and I started two-year journey to publish my second book.”
The book to which she is alluding is Get Up, Girl, Let’s Go: Getting Unstuck And Living Free, Hester-Glass’ sophomore written work that has been as good as advertised since it made it ceremonious debut in April 2022.
A book that subsequently accompanied by Hester-Glass’ 12-week course Get Up Girl, Going Deeper empowerment course — “The course has a workbook, so actually, my original idea of having a workshops came to fruition,” she points out — the latest published work of this Hercules, California-based author comes a little more than four years after she made her authorship debut with the release of All Things New!: Discovering God’s Peace And Protection During Challenging Times.
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Comprised of 256 pages, Hester-Glass’ Get Up, Girl, Let’s Go: Getting Unstuck And Living Free vividly addresses Christian women, particularly those who are hurting, but do not know how to shake the pain, according to a detailed breakdown of this writer’s book at Amazon.com
“They may even feel guilty for their pain,” said an Amazon spokesperson for Hester-Glass’ Get Up, Girl, Let’s Go: Getting Unstuck And Living Free. “After all, shouldn’t Christians be able to overcome their problems?”
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Moreover, Hester-Glass’ Get Up, Girl, Let’s Go appropriately reminds her readers that some emotional problems go so deep that uprooting them is more than a notion.
“And, as much as one wants to be released from its grip, the pain cannot be soothed until the source is discovered and discarded,” said an Amazon spokesperson for Hester-Glass’ latest book. “Get Up, Girl, Let’s Go: Getting Unstuck And Living Free takes women on an interactive journey to identify:
- destructive family patterns,
- the source of bad decisions,
- God’s healing and restorative plan,
- The purpose for which they were born, and more.”
Interestingly enough, after 24 years of marriage, Hester-Glass began a journey she admittedly never imagined — “walking through a divorce,” she writes.
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Overwhelmed by pain, rejection, abandonment, she fell into a pit of despair and depression. A note from her daughter, pleading for her to survive, started this beloved Christian-based author on her healing journey, getting unstuck, and discovering her purpose.
“I got the concept for my second book in 2019, shortly after releasing my first book,” Hester-Glass told Making Headline News this week during its annual salute to Women’s History Month, which is recognized in March. “Initially, I didn’t think my idea would be a book. Instead, I thought it would be more of a workshop, a 12-session curriculum for women focused on spiritual growth, and getting unstuck in life so they could walk boldly into their purpose. I planned for the workshop sessions to be held at my home to offer a comfortable and engaging environment.”
As Hester-Glass has eventually discovered, God had other ideas, a development that would ultimately afford her the golden opportunity to savor the best of both worlds, courtesy of a new book and life-altering workshop.
“I wrote the book as a guide to give hope to women who have had to reset their lives during or after a relational pain or loss event,” Hester-Glass explained. “These events can include divorce, separation, grief, abuse, rejection, betrayal, and abandonment. After 24 years of marriage, I walked through a painful divorce. Every two weeks for two years, I traveled for over an hour to get prayer counseling. During this season of my life, God began to birth a passion in me to coach and mentor women.
“I never want a woman to feel she doesn’t have a resource to help encourage her when she goes through a challenging time,” Hester-Glass continued. “My book takes women on a journey to heal from emotional pain, rediscover their identity in Christ, and encourage them to go deeper in their relationship with God. God is the only Source to heal us from our past and present emotional pain.”
As for Hester-Glass’ initial book, All Things New!: Discovering God’s Peace And Protection During Challenging Times, this published masterpiece suitably reminds us that when we experience personal struggles, we often want to heal in our own ways — or we hope God can just miraculously remove our pain and instantaneously lift us from despair, as mentioned in a detailed synopsis at Amazon.com.
BEST OF BOTH WORLDS
“But God’s plans for our lives may not always work out that way and, so often, God wants us to instead take a journey of healing that can change our lives,” said an Amazon spokesperson for Hester-Glass’ All Things New! (This book) shares one woman’s own struggle and her journey of thoughts and conversations with God. Author Tracy Hester invites fellow believers to join her on a ninety-day devotional walk with God, where she opens up to her own dark times following a difficult divorce and the challenges to come. But through it all, Tracy began a journey of healing that carried her through and offered her inspiration, comfort, and peace — a journey you can begin as well, no matter the hurt and the pain.”
Since the release of her latest book, Hester-Glass has become the beneficiary of a slew of rave reviews, this after she needed somewhere in the neighborhood of two years to compose Get Up, Girl, Let’s Go.
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“Writing a book is a process,” Hester-Glass said. “It not only includes writing your manuscript, but there is also an editing and formatting process, which is challenging. Writing is often based on our everyday vocabulary, including slang. A good editor helps evaluate a manuscript by offering suggested rewrites, correcting spelling and grammar, and researching and fact-checking the manuscript. A good editor can make your manuscript into a masterpiece.”
While referencing Psalm 46:1, Hester-Glass added: “I wrote this book when I was walking through my divorce. In both of my books, I send the same message: Don’t give up if you are going through a challenging time in life. There is sustainable hope when you put your trust in God.”
A newlywed who remarried in January — “God restored what was lost. Be encouraged, as God has a beautiful restorative plan for your life, too,” she said — Hester-Glass is a Certified Professional Life Coach (CPLC).
“A benefit of working with a Life Coach is to help you move forward in life,” she said, adding that she customarily offers a free 20-minute inquiry coaching session. “A life coach can help you gain clarity on your purpose by helping you set achievable goals, create a sense of accountability, and ask powerful questions to bring fresh awareness and perspective to your life. I specialize in transitional and relationship coaching. If you feel stuck and desire to move forward in your purpose, but don’t know where to start, hiring a coach might be the catalyst you need.”
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