Author Jennifer Rothschild has a story for you. It's about an unlikely couple, an unusual courtship, a beautiful wedding, and an illicit affair. Despite this situation, the marriage did not fail. It flourished. Here is the story of Hosea's love for Gomer -- a woman who might have disappeared into her transgressions if not for the love of her husband. It's a beautiful illustration of the story of God and Israel.
Believe it or not, it's your story too. God chose you and loves you.
If you've ever felt invisible or insecure, you'll discover, just like Gomer, that God's unfailing love changes everything.
Through the story of Hosea and Gomer, God tenderly reaches out to you and whispers, "My daughter, my name and nature are love. My name makes you lovely. Because I am worthy, I make you worthy. I am here to remind you of who you are. You are never invisible to me."
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This is a must-have for every Gomer Girl! Download and print this Gomer Girl Manifesto to proclaim the truth of who you are. Send it to a friend, give it to your daughter, or put it on your mirror. These truths will remind you that how you feel is not who you are!
These questions are designed for personal reflection or group discussion. They are conversation starters to help you and a friend think through the truths in the Invisible book
Jennifer Rothschild's book, INVISIBLE, perfectly describes how many of us women too often feel about ourselves - insecure, unseen and insignificant. Jennifer exposes the lies of the enemy who attempts to keep us shackled and unable to move into all God has for us. God wants us to have freedom in Christ. In this biblical study, Jennifer helps us to find that freedom.Stormie Omartian author of Power of a Praying Woman
Through Invisible, you will get to the place where your feelings won't dictate your identity; your past won't determine your future; and lies won't dominate your thinking. This is a book you can't afford to miss.Margaret Feinberg - author of Fight Back with Joy and Wonderstruck
The message of Jennifer Rothschild's powerful new book, Invisible, resonates deeply with the Gospel-liberating truth that we are God's beloved - our unshifting core identity! To grasp the significance of this is to experience peace, healing and restoration. Jennifer employs the story of Hosea and Gomer to clearly capture and winsomely deliver the message of struggle in each of our fallen hearts to continually lay hold of who we are and whose we are. God never changes - He will never stop loving us, she tells us. My heart swelled as I read Invisible. Jennifer is faithful to tell us like it is and to be our friend along this beautiful journey of freedom.Diana Beach Batarseh - Voice Actor, Director of Community Life, Christ Community Church, Franklin, TN
Invisible exposes the lies that shackle women to insecurity and a sense of insignificance and releases them to understand who they are - loved, accepted, and complete in Christ.Lisa Whelchel - actress, author "The Facts of Life and Other Lessons My Father Taught Me" and "Friendship for Grownups"
Invisible is a map AND a key to a precious and priceless treasure...YOU!Karen Abercrombie - storyteller, producer, actress;
Confession time!! I am a fake!! I have stared at, ignored, and judged many "Gomers" in church, work, and the "marketplace!" Did I act as Hosea did towards Gomer? No.... I bypassed them leaning towards "pretty people..." People who appeared "fixed!" Today, I am on my knees asking forgiveness... and for grace to become more like Hosea....Bettie B.
I'll be honest -- I never thought I could relate to Gomer. But in the opening pages of Invisible, Jennifer Rothschild reminds us that we are Gomer when we go looking for love, acceptance, and OURSELVES anywhere other than God. We are all Gomer girls and, just like Gomer, we need to remember that we are God's beloved.Melody N.
I think of the many teenagers and young adult women in my local body church who feel unloved and they need to read and absorb Invisible. Jennifer writes simply, delightfully, and to the point about your value as a person.Pam B.
By the first few pages of Chapter 1, I wanted to scream "that's me!" Jennifer's storytelling is so personal, like sitting down over tea with an old friend and chatting. Reading this book reminded me that Christ sees me as His beloved and it made me feel 10 feet tall and proud to be Christ's precious child!Kim L.
Jokingly, friends and I say we are more tempted to run away from home as adults than we were as children! The chaos of work, children, ministry, and responsibility leads my heart to wander and ask, "Is this it? Is this all I am?" Jennifer helped me understand that downward spiral of questioning and doubting and how it all gets back to our Source of identity.Kristin H.
I have often felt like a "Gomer," and can relate to feeling "Invisible." I am a single woman who has always longed for that special man, and haven't always made the best choices when it comes to relationships. Now as a woman who has accepted Christ, I still find relationships with men hard, and I tend to shy away for fear of rejection. I know I am loved completely by the Father, and I truly needed the reminder that He accepts me just as I am and expects no more from me than to be who He has created and is creating me to be.Jackie F.
At a time when insecurity and invisibility mark my life, the teachings and questions in this book shot straight to my core disengaging the cloak that Satan was attaching to me. Who knew I was a Gomer girl!?!Cynthia M.
Somewhere along life's journey, now at age 70, I lost my spiritual identity. The path back to healthy spiritual self-esteem is laid out plainly by Jennifer (and supported by God's Word) in this book.Judith M.
I laughed, cried, and thought about myself and my relationship with God. I love how Jennifer presents stories in such a vivid and real way. Throughout the book, there are so many profound statements that shook my heart to make me move a step further in my daily walk.Yolanda B.