Who Are You Following?


Do you want to be noticed?  Or do you want to be known?

Follows. Likes. Hits. Let’s be honest – they’re fun to get. Bu in a world obsessed with following and being followed, do you ever wonder what you’re really searching for? Or who is influencing you most?

Bestselling author Sadie Robertson Huff has a thoughtful approach to the good, the bad, and the ugly when it comes to all things social media.

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In Who Are You Following? Sadie shares her story of finding her identity in not just being liked but being loved, and guides us to choose who we are following in our lives. Get ready to explore how to:

  • be more intentional about who you follow
  • value being known over being seen
  • turn away from the battle of comparison and feeling not enough
  • let go of people’s perceptions of you and instead rest in God’s love for you
  • use your social media to be the light of the world

What does it look like to follow Jesus before following anyone else? It starts with taking off your filter and discovering real-life happiness. It means experiencing him authentically in you private life and letting it carry over into your public one. And it results in swapping out being liked for who you seem to be with being loved for who you are.

Sadie Robertson Huff is a New York Times bestselling author, speaker, influencer, and founder of Live Original. Communicating as a sister and friend, Sadie is on a mission to reach the world with the message of Christ. The host of the popular podcast  Whoa, That’s Good, which launched in 2018, she continues to top charts and minister to millions of listeners as she engages with current leaders. Live Original, Sadie’s blog, features encouraging messages from her and her closest friends, and she is also founder of the online community as app  LO Sister, which are designed to cultivate sister hood through Bible studies and workshops. Sadie, her husband, Christian, and their daughter reside in Louisiana.

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