Well, Happy Thanksgiving! Today while you are basting that turkey and peeling those potatoes, you can listen to Part 2 of my conversation with Shelly Snead. In Part 1 she introduced the idea of embracing your UN Perfect life and revealed five barriers we may encounter when we try to hold the reality of our pain with the promises of God. Today she reveals two more barriers, what she learned while researching these barriers, and what is currently on her To-Don’t list.
In Part 2, we discuss
- A surprising revelation about the barriers
- What’s on Shelly’s To-Don’t List
- Encouragement for you as you try to embrace your UN-Perfect life
More about Shelly:
Shelly is a writer/podcaster residing in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Asheville, NC. She and her husband, Art, have been miraculously married for 28 years, have 4 kids (2 from the womb and 2 from the heart), and one spoiled pup they rescued in a weak moment. When she’s not searching for her keys, she teaches piano, leads worship, co-leads the Asheville Area Christian Adoption/Foster mom support group, and leads Bible Study for the beautiful women at Abba’s House residential recovery program for moms. She blogs occasionally and hosts the Un-perfect Podcast weekly.
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From This Episode
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1 Intro: The now and the not-yet – living in the tension
2 Moving from hiding to authenticity
3 Moving from comparison to contentment
4 Moving from control to surrender
5 Moving from insignificance to purpose
6 Moving from regret to hope
7 Moving from worry to peace
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