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New Podcast with Jessica Eileen Drogosz -chatting about Sa Voix in Haiti

 

I’m excited to share my conversation with Jessica Eileen Drogosz! She is an artist and photographer and teacher and advocate for women in Haiti.  She has founded Sa Voix in Haiti which exists to help young women find their voice through the arts. You can find more information at savoix.com. It’s amazing what Sa Voix is doing to empower young women!

Jessie is also an amazing photographer and you can find her work at jessicaeileenphoto.com.

I loved hearing about how God has called her into this moment and how she is saying, “YES!” and learning to trust.  Jessie is a beautiful soul who I know will inspire and encourage you! Enjoy!

The Scripture she reads at the end is Proverbs 8: Wisdom’s Call.  

Talking with Alisa Keeton – founder of Revelation Wellness

 

I’m excited to share my conversation with Alisa Keeton here on the podcast!  She is an amazing leader, filled with energy and on fire for the Lord! She is the founder of Revelation Wellness which you can find at www.revelationwellness.org where they train up disciples to share the Word of God through fitness. She also has a podcast on iTunes called “Reving the Word”. She is writing a book! AND leading “Clean Hearting Challenge” which is a 30 day FAITH then food and fitness challenge!

I met Alisa through my Holy Yoga training.  Revelation Wellness and Holy Yoga have held joint retreats for the past few years in Arizona.  Alisa was actually the person who “evaluated” my first Holy Yoga teaching experience when I was on retreat. From day one, she has been dropping Bible bombs and teaching and preaching to me, around me and to others that I love.  She is a blessing!

In our conversation, we talked about when she first heard God’s calling.  We discussed what she does if she feels doubt or sadness creeping in. We talked about grace and Jesus and fear and “Gospel goggles”.  She inspires and encourages.  You don’t want to miss this!

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Thanks for listening! Sharing is encouraged! Enjoy!

Living Christmas

 

My quiet time today was a walk.  It wasn’t really “quiet time”.  I listened to a podcast from The Village Church.  Matt Chandler was interviewing Lacrae.  (I know. Amazing.)

One of the things Lacrae said just blew me away.  He said, “It’s not about how loud you can scream it.  It’s about how long you can live it.”

 

lacrae quote Yes.

You know when you are young, you want to just tell everyone everything you know?  At least I did.  I wanted to show everyone that I knew what I was talking about.  The topic could be religion or politics or anything really.  I had an opinion and you were going to hear it.  When we are young we do this without realizing it.  Sometimes, sadly, when we are older, we do it and we think we are “helping” people.  Shouting and screaming and talking over them.  Lord, forgive me.  Forgive us.

I have been thinking about the wise men as they were coming to see Jesus.  The way they followed the star and found the baby Jesus.  The way they had to keep quiet and flee so Herod would not find them or kill Jesus.  Don’t you think they wanted to shout it from the rooftops? Don’t you think they wanted to scream, “We followed The Star!”, “We found The Messiah!”? But God asked them to not go back to Herod.  He asked them to be quiet.  Here they had just given their gifts to this baby King and I’m sure they were all jacked up and excited, right? If they had cell phones, they would have taken selfies and video taped the whole thing.  It would have been tweeted and face booked and snap chatted.  They could have been reckless for personal gain.  But they were not. Wise men, indeed.

I long to be like the wise men..to follow God’s lead, seek Jesus, worship Jesus, lay my gifts before Him and then…listen and obey God’s voice.

This Christmas, Lord, I pray our lives will speak of your saving grace.  I pray that people will know of the hope and peace you bring because of the way we live and love each other.  Lord, quiet our mouths, open our hearts and move our feet. Amen.

Merry Christmas!

 

 

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