In this episode, I interview Christa Hutchins. Christa is a married mom of 2 adult children from Louisiana. She is a full-time project manager and also the founder of Do a New Thing ministry. Christa shares how God began to use her gifts as a project ...

 

Feathers Season 5 Episode 11 with Christa Hutchins: Using Your Unique Gifts

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In this episode, I interview Christa Hutchins.

Christa is a married mom of 2 adult children from Louisiana. She is a full-time project manager and also the founder of Do a New Thing ministry.

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Christa shares how God began to use her gifts as a project manager in the marketplace to help women launch their writing and speaking ministries.

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Feathers Season 5 Episode 10 with Dani Thomas: Moving in Faith and Being Well

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In this episode, I interview Dani Thomas.

This week I interview Dani Thomas is one of my very best friends and strongest women of faith I know. She’s been married to her husband Dave for 17 years, she’s a mom of four, a health and wellness coach, and helps run a financial management company.

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Dani shares how God began to move in her heart six years ago to move and after surrendering to anything, He moved them to a rural city in South Carolina where they found a surprising mission field. She shares her passion behind health and wellness and give tips to those that might be struggling to be consistent.

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Our physical health is so often product of and a reflection of our spiritual health.

Our lack of health is a result of us attempting to fill ourselves with something else other than Christ.

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Feathers Season 5 Episode 9 with Jennifer Rothschild: Faith in the Darkness

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In this episode, I interview Jennifer Rothschild.

Jennifer Rothschild has written nine books and Bible studies, including the bestsellers, Lessons I Learned in the Dark and Self-Talk, Soul-Talk. She has appeared on Good Morning America, Dr. Phil, Life Today, and a Billy Graham television special and spoken for Women of Faith and Extraordinary Women. She is the founder of the Fresh Grounded Faith conferences and womensministry.net. She lost her sight at age 15 and regularly travels and speaks around the country, sharing her story and all God has done in her life. Jennifer lives with her family in Missouri.

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Blind at age 15, Jennifer has every reason to turn away from her faith. However, she shares how her darkness has helped her believe in things she can’t see and understand just how much God loves her.

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The truths in God’s word really do hold me together.

Blindness makes me rely upon what I know and not what I see. Its a vivid faith lesson for us all. We can be guided by what we know and not what we see or what we don’t see or what we feel or don’t feel.

We can experience and walk by faith even when we’re not walking in the reality.

What we elevate highly in our life, like fear, is what’s going to govern our lives. When we elevate our faith above our fear, our fear has to bow to our faith.

The treasure is God really is who He says he is, he’s with you, and you’re never alone.

If I view God as a loving Father, and He is, then I don’t begin to question His love because He allows something hard in my life. Instead, I become more astounded by His love.

When he allows difficult things, even when he could take it away, that is a part of love that is beyond my capacity to understand.

Look at it as a sacrificial act of love towards me.

Sometimes the most loving thing God allows is for us to struggle because that’s what strips away the stuff that doesn’t really matter and helps us live a more purposeful life focused on what really does.

Any person that is inconsistent with us, that is not loving. God has been generous and kind to us to show us how to live our best lives.

Scripture

I will give you hidden treasures, riches stored in secret places, so that you may know that I am the LORD, the God of Israel, who summons you by name. Isaiah 45:3

If your law had not been my delight, I would have perished in my affliction. Psalm 119:92

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Feathers Season 5 Episode 8 with Karen Ehman: Listening and Loving

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In this episode, I interview Karen Ehman.

Karen Ehman is the author of 10 books, including the New York Times bestseller Keep It Shut: What to Say, How to Say It, and When to Say Nothing at All. She is also a writer and speaker for Proverbs 31 Ministries and a writer for Encouragement for Today, online devotions that reach more than 1 million women daily. Karen lives in central Michigan with her husband and three children.

 

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Karen shares how we can find joy and purpose through loving others. She talks about listening for heart drops, caring for the necessary people in our lives, and hugging the porcupines.

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Feathers Season 5 Episode 7 with Shelly Miller: A Move Overseas and Rhythms of Rest

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In this episode, I interview Shelly Miller.

Shelly is a veteran ministry leader and leads the Sabbath Society, an online community of people who want to make rest a priority. Her writing has been featured in publications internationally. Shelly and her husband recently moved from the U.S. to London, England, where they resource church planting efforts.

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Shelly shares her family’s move to London, England and how prioritizing the Sabbath has played a part for herself and others.

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