CDC report shows that more than half of the people who died by suicide had no known mental health problems. “Relationship, substance use, health, and job or other circumstances contributing to suicide.” A war is going on for your identity: God’s view of you and the world’s view of you. Through whose lense do you see yourself? It’s your choice.
When we share our stories with other women, we see we are not alone. We are part of a sisterhood of strong, courageous women. We need to encourage one another, support each other and lift each other up. You can pull the woman next to you up to higher ground. We need each other. Cori Eastmond and I dialogue on how women launch each other into their destinies!
The One who created you says: You’re beautiful! I created you. I cherish you. Then we come along and harshly criticize ourselves. We compare ourselves to others and decide we don’t measure up. How do we pull ourselves out of the pit of comparing and self-judging? Join me with Cori Eastmond as we explore how to posture in our true beauty.
When you get unstuck, you are unstoppable! You gain momentum and begin fulfilling the call of God on your life. You know what gets us stuck? Most of the time it is our thoughts. We easily speak negative and limiting things to ourselves and rapidly spiral down. I am speaking with Cori Eastmond on this podcast on ways we can be diligent and proactive in getting unstuck. One seed of truth will release you from what holds you back!
We experience courage and fear at the same time. How do we move forward with these two strong dynamics going on? Most of the time when we move forward in courage, we are battling fear. God tells us to do something, but we are afraid. But He also tells us to be courageous because He knows fear is at our doorstep. Join Rachael Tenpenny and I as we share the personal challenges we face and ways we get through trials and overcome fear.
Meet my special guest, Rachael Tenpenny, entrepreneur and emotional well-being advocate. She created “Teamotions Teas”—a line of teas designed for comfort and well being. We are talking about the comfort of God, having a battle plan for your heart and developing healthy coping skills like enjoying a simple cup of tea as we engage with the God of all comfort. Rachael shares how Teamotions are formulated and how they can bless your life! Find her at teamotionstea.com
Do you need God’s direction for your life right now? Whenever I ask an audience this question, all the hands go up. More times than not, we feel like we are floundering. And we want God to give us guidance and direction. The truth is, God is speaking to you and directing you pretty much all the time. You are surrounded by revelation. Yet, we are not looking and watching for His ongoing help. Holy Spirit is our Helper, so let’s develop our relationship with Him as Helper. Learn 4 steps on how to access what God is saying through
The world will tell you that you are the sum total of all your experiences. I don’t think so. Once Jesus comes into your life, you are a new creation—the old has GONE! Yet, we still hang onto much of our past Like a badge of honor. We let our past not only define our present, but also our future! We tell ourselves we can’t do something because of our past. We can’t succeed because of our past. We can’t be happy because of our past. How do we really step into the new creation that we are where are
You are out running errands, and you see them hanging out in the park, by a convenience store, walking through neighborhoods—homeless teens. You might not even be sure they are homeless. How can you tell? What can you do? Andi Berger and I talk about simple, practical ways you can impact the lives of these young people. The first step is to be prepared for when you come across someone in need of help. We will give you specific steps. Andi Berger runs a non—profit that helps at-risk, homeless teens get off the streets and back into community.
Sexual assault in the life of a child often does not emerge until years later. For many reasons: fear, threats, tried to tell but was not believed–or ignored by family members who knew what was taking place. The guest on the show today is Laura Vivian. She experienced dissociative amnesia—memories of many years of childhood sexual assault remained hidden from her until years later when she when her father died. I mean YEARS later after she had been married with children and grandchildren. Please listen to her story. So many adults have memories of trauma to which God is bringing