"It’s easy to get a little confused about who we are. This book is a gentle reminder from a voice I trust, to stop letting other people decide who you are and let Jesus name you."
Bob Goff, author of the New York Times bestsellers Love Does, and Everybody Always
"This book is a much-needed reminder of how powerful and prophetic names can be. Esther Fleece Allen beautifully illustrates the gift we have as children of God, what this sacred identity means, and why this gift is so precious and powerful. I read this book while pregnant with my third child, and I will never look at naming a child the same way again. I recommend Your New Name wholeheartedly!"
Megan Alexander, correspondent for Inside Edition
"In a world that wants to quickly size us up and define us by our past, our status, our title, and even our outward appearances, Esther Fleece Allen beautifully shows us the power of our true identity—an identity that never changes, never fades, and never disappoints. If you can grab hold of the truths in this book, fear and insecurity will lose their grip on you. You will have the courage and authenticity to live life fully and freely, without fear of the past or anxiety about the future."
Valorie Burton, bestselling author of Successful Women Think Differently and It’s About Timed
"Everything changes when we believe and lean into who God says we are. Your New Name is a beautiful tool to help us do just that."
Levi Lusko, lead pastor of Fresh Life Church
"Esther Fleece Allen calls believers to walk in the strength and hope of their God-given identity and does so with great depth, compassion, and richness of biblical teaching that we find restorative. This book shines with the love and healing only our beautiful Messiah makes possible. Read it, and may your heart of worship and knowledge of God grow tenfold!"
Joel and Lynn Rosenberg, cofounders of The Joshua Fund
"Your New Name is a fantastic display of God’s love and transformational power. From the time of our birth until our death, we are told who we are or who we’re supposed to be. What I love about Esther Fleece Allen’s book is how she clearly shares who God has called us to be and, equally important, how God views us, despite our past failures and titles. If you’re in an identity crisis and looking for encouragement, look no further than Your New Name."
Remi Adeleke, author, actor, and former Navy SEAL