It didn't take long before feeling the pull to create healthy rhythms and boundaries. Even though I worked in the church, the culture was very similar to the world...keep going, keep doing...move from one busy season to the next. I wanted and needed something different! In today's episode, as I reflect on my journey, I share 4 things I wish I knew earlier.
We'll readily admit that we are stuck, but we often ignore what it is doing to us internally. In this episode, Jen shares one of the most powerful questions you can ask yourself in order to get moving. It may make you a bit uncomfortable, but it can change your trajectory!
Are you struggling to connect with God? You're not alone. It is normal for our relationship with God to ebb and flow. Sometimes we feel close to God and other times we feel far away. So, what do you do when it's hard to connect? Just a few simple tweaks can make a big difference. In this episode, Jen shares several next steps for you to take.
What do you do when things don't go your way? How do you make sense of it all? In today's episode, Jen interviews her son Tyler as he shares his story about how he dealt with one of his life's biggest disappointments. As they talk about how Tyler processed his circumstances, they touch on things like grief, patience, spiritual direction, and trusting that it will be worked out for our good.
The way we care for others has been radically changed by the coronavirus pandemic. Social distancing has kept us from being with people. It has reminded us of our limitations. But, also provides us an opportunity to trust that God will do His part and care for them in our absence.
If you are worried and frustrated because you are not able to care for someone in your life this mini-episode will encourage you with God's words from Psalm 139.
When the world seems out of control, it is tempting to believe that you've lost all control. However, that is simply not true. You have control over so many different things. In this episode, Jen challenges you to broaden your perspective, to inspire and motivate you to exercise the control that God has given you.