NEW RELEASE – Unveiling our new identity in Christ by Heather Thompson


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The world tells us that we are defined by our past. We then believe the lies that we are too messed up, have made too many mistakes, and that it’s impossible to change. We see ourselves through the lens of our fallen character and we allow that to shape our identity, carrying it through into our Christian life. Thankfully, that’s not the whole story.

In her second book Unveiling Our New Identity In Christ, Heather Thompson explores what our identity is as a new creation and that our past no longer has to define us.


You’ll explore the depths of Scripture as you uncover the beauty of your worth and purpose in Jesus Christ. You’ll learn about the resources you have because the Spirit of Christ lives within you. You’ll experience the freedom that comes from understanding who you are in God’s eyes and learning how to live out that truth every day.


Are you ready to discover who you were made to be? If so, then unleash your true identity with Unveiling Our New Identity In Christ!


About the Author

Heather Thompson was born in Scotland, the daughter of a Church of Scotland minister. She gained an honours degree from the University of Edinburgh and taught mathematics in Further Education. In 1979 she came to Northern Ireland, the homeland of her mother, and completed a Master’s degree in Computing Science at Queens University, Belfast, while tutoring there on the PGCE course. In 1988, she answered the call of God to full-time ministry and completed a Theology Diploma in Union College, Belfast. She served as a member of the Pastoral Team in West Presbyterian Church, Bangor, for twenty-three years until 2011, when she retired. During that time, she led various groups, including Prayer Ministry and Life in the Spirit Seminars, visited homes pastorally, and completed accreditation with the Association of Christian Counsellors. Along with those on her counselling/ministry team, she ministered restoration and healing under the guidance of the Holy Spirit to many who were broken-hearted or had been fragmented because of trauma. She has a daughter, Susan, a son Niall and a daughter-in-law Mags, and three grandchildren, Benjamin, Sophie and Charlotte.