Nelson Mandela said “No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love.”
Join me with my guest Christina Custodio for an honest, open dialogue about the issue of racism. Learn what we can do to be more sensitive to the pain and insults received by our brothers and sisters of a different race.
My guest today knows pain, loss, and grief, and yet, God challenged her to find the joy in her every day despite her circumstances. Tricia Thirey has faced some of life’s most difficult circumstances and will share how to find joy even in the midst of pain.
In this episode, Heather Creekmore and I talk about how to stop comparing yourself to others. A comparison-free life leads to joy, peace, and rest. Heather helps us understand how “the life of comparison is the old nature, not our new nature,” and then helps us see how living comparison-free lets us rest in the joy that is ready for our pursuing. If you’ve struggled with comparison, and constantly trying to be better (and who of us hasn’t?), you’re in the right place.
In this episode, my guest Laura Padgett and I talk about what it’s like to be a recovering adult child of two alcoholic parents, and how even in such a difficult situation, God pursues us. Today we talk about God’s grace and love for us no matter where we come from or what our lives have been like.
In this podcast episode, we’re talking about how we can become brave, think big, dream wildly, and live without fear. While most of us may desire this, few know how to get there. My guest, Tracey Mitchell, will show us how.
Have you ever experienced financial loss? Or wondered how you might handle it if you did? What if I told you there could actually be hidden blessings from a financial catastrophe? My guest, Patricia Durgin, shares her personal story of maintaining hope in the face of a financial catastrophe and how you can too.