Broken But Still Useful: God Uses Us as We Are

In this episode:

Kathy Carlton Willis isn’t waiting for life to become perfect. Instead, she’s asking God to use her broken as she fulfills her purpose and calling.

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Inspired Life

In this bonus episode, Kathy Carton Willis is back for an encore to talk about her chapter in the Life, Repurposed book. Kathy discussed how God doesn’t wait for us to be perfect before he gives us an assignment. Instead, he uses us broken. We caught up on her latest book too (see the resources below). 

If you’re waiting for the perfect moment to come, you might be inspired by Kathy’s journey! 

About Kathy: 


Kathy Carlton Willis is God’s Grin Gal. She writes and speaks with a balance of funny and faith—whimsy and wisdom. Over a thousand of Kathy’s articles have been published and she has several books in her Grin Gal brand. Kathy graduated with honors from bible college and has served 30+ years in full-time ministry. Check out her Grin & Grow Break video devotions on social media. 

Life, Repurposed

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Michelle Rayburn is the author of The Repurposed and Upcycled Life: When God Turns Trash to Treasure, as well as a small group Bible study to accompany the book. Learn more about these and her other books here. A sample chapter of the book and Bible study are available for free download.

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