Sue Donaldson says, “Surrender every day. We have disappointments, but we surrender over and over.” On this week’s episode, we talked about how she walked through a period of doubt and how God brought her through that in steps that surprised her. We also talked about how taking the next step is where faith comes in.
When we pause to think about it, having “just enough” is actually an abundance. Scarcity says there isn’t enough, but even with a very little, God can provide even more than we really need when we practice generosity and faith.
From blue light specials to garage sales, I’ve enjoyed making the most of living on a budget! Sometimes, life’s challenges have hidden fun and joy. There is no second best when we embrace our present circumstances as part of the adventure!
This week, we celebrate the second birthday of this podcast! Included in this episode are short clips from my favorite interviews from the past two years. Enjoy!
Being shut in doesn’t have to mean being shut out. In this episode, author Kathy Carlton Willis and I chat about how she’s made the most of needing to stay isolated during COVID-19 and how she’s made it into a ministry to others. Get practical ideas for how you can serve someone who’s shut in at home.
If you had to choose just one thing for your next step, what would it be? What if a tiny pivot could change your direction and help you finish up the year 2020 strong and heading toward a better life?
The coziness and comfort of HYGGE is more than just fuzzy socks, a candle, and a mug. It isn’t a vignette. It’s a way of life. We can grow the essence of hygge in our relationships whether online or in person.
This week, author Jane Rubietta talks with me about how we can find light in dark places and how we can shine that light on others. I hope you’ll laugh along with us as we catch up and enjoy a hope-filled chat.
Does it sometimes feel as if you’re one mini-crisis from capsizing? These are days where people feel overwhelmed by the level of stress that has become part of everyday life. What do we do with the overwhelm? In this podcast episode, I talk about how we can be aware and give ourselves and others more grace in difficult times.
In this episode, I talk with daughter and mom, Blythe Daniel and Dr. Helen McIntosh, about experiencing restoration and healed hearts in broken mother-daughter relationships. They talk about their book, Mended, and share their story of how Helen turned a difficult childhood into a ministry. I invite you to check out their website ourmendedhearts.com.