What is your true identity? How was it shaped: through your parents, your friends, a spouse, etc.? Or, is your identity defined by your relationship with God, the Heavenly Father who knew you before you were born and placed in you a purpose that only you can complete in life? For Jessica Rollins, her identity had been determined through the difficult challenges and circumstances she underwent from her birth into adulthood. It wasn't until God found her, through salvation in Jesus, that she came to discover her true identity in Christ. Her story is revealed in the new book by author Angela Bailey, I Am My Father's Daughter, which accompanies Jessica's story with helpful words of wisdom situated in biblical truths. Jessica began her life as one of fourteen children to a single mother involved with a married man. An unfortunate cooking accident led to Jessica suffering second-degree burns on her body...but meeting the man, Mr. Jake, who was her father. Their lack of relationship only intensified Jessica's efforts to find her identity and love in other places, even in sex trafficking on the streets of Tennessee. Despite her circumstances, Jessica continued to pray to God for Him to love her and release her from the lies of Satan that had crippled her identity. Little did Jessica kw the amazing ways God would answer this heartfelt prayer and bless her with the relationship she desperately needed from her Father. I Am My Father's Daughter is t only a reflection on the journey Jessica endured to realize herself as a beloved daughter of God, but to educate women of all ages in the blessed peace that comes from finding one's identity in Christ. Your identity shouldn't be placed in the hands of any person, place or thing, but in the only hands that can help your identity bloom in its purpose: God's.