Amazon Best Seller, Reframing Rejection: How Looking through a Different Lens Changes Everything Free to Download through Saturday, January 28, 2023
FAITH NEWS SERVICE – United States—Wednesday, January 25, 2023
Jessica Van Roekel is pleased to offer support and encouragement in her debut book, Reframing Rejection: How Looking through a Different Lens Changes Everything
“If rejection has sidelined you from having meaningful relationships and even from doing that which you love, you will find help and healing from Jessica Van Roekel’s Reframing Rejection: How Looking through a Different Lens Changes Everything. She carefully examines the root issues that underlie our reactions to criticism, betrayal, rejection, and even simple disregard and provides a helpful way to reframe those negative experiences so that we can find redirection, refinement, and restoration for our lives.”
~Janet Holm McHenry, national speaker author of 24 books, including the bestselling PrayerWalk and her newest, The Complete Guide to the Prayers of Jesus
Jessica wrote Reframing Rejection to equip and empower those who’ve struggled to overcome rejection.
When Jessica faced multiple rejections in her life, she struggled to not let them overwhelm her—until she started viewing rejection, and how to deal with rejection, through a new lens. She’s identified four new lenses to reframe rejection and to break unhealthy cycles, like constant people pleasing or saying you’re sorry over and over. In this spiritual growth self-help book, learn to engage with God through the “Reflect,” “Reframe,” and “Renew” portions of each chapter.
Jessica Van Roekel’s Reframing Rejection is available to download for free on Amazon through Saturday, January 28, 2023. Reframing Rejection is highly rated by those who have purchased and reviewed the book. Here’s what some of the reviewers have said:
5 Stars – Practical and honest
Reviewed in the United States on January 19, 2023
In Reframing Rejection, author Jessica Van Roekel brings us along on her journey as God reveals how he wants her to deal with inevitable and painful rejection. We all experience rejection, and we generally deal with it in unhealthy ways. Jessica explains how God can use rejection for his glory and our growth, how to heal, and how to protect our hearts against further pain by viewing rejection through God’s lens. The reflection questions at the end of each chapter were insightful and helpful. By following her honest and humble journey and reflecting on God’s word, readers can heal from rejection and be prepared to face it with God’s truth.
5 Stars – Overcoming rejection and living free
Reviewed in the United States on January 16, 2023
If you’re looking for freedom from the clutches of rejection, this is the read for you. The author vulnerably shares her journey and reframes rejection for what it really is, an opportunity for growth.
For More Information: For more questions or to schedule an interview about this press release please email Jessica Van Roekel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Author
Jessica Van Roekel loves the upside-down life of following Jesus as she journeys to wholeness through brokenness. As an author, speaker, and worship leader, she uses her gifts and experiences to share God’s transformative power to rescue, restore, and renew. She longs for you to know that rejection doesn’t have to define or determine your future when placed in God’s healing hands. Jessica and her husband have two adult daughters spreading their wings, and two high schoolers, a son and daughter, fluttering their wings as they edge closer to the nest. Connect with her at welcomegrace.com.
Suggested Interview Questions
It sounds like you’ve had a lifelong struggle with looking to others for your worth and value. Where do you think this came from, and can you identify the first time you remember feeling like you needed someone’s approval for your self-worth?
Your book refers to two defining experiences that happened within six weeks of each other—a poor performance during a singing showcase and the loss of what you considered a dear friendship. What role did these two experiences play in helping you begin to change your perspective on your relationship with rejection?
Reframing Rejection talks about four different types of rejection. What are the various types of rejection, and briefly explain how someone can reframe their perspective on each type.
What is some practical advice and encouragement you can give to women who live with trying to get the approval of others in order to avoid rejection? What are some things we do to make others feel rejected, and what can we do instead to lift and affirm others?
I love the title of your book, Reframing Rejection: How Looking through a Different Lens Changes Everything. Can you speak to the photography references and how you relate it to rejection?
You say that God used your greatest fear to let you experience the greatest freedom. Please describe what that freedom looks like for you today.