In this episode, I’m speaking with two previous guests, Alysa Passage and Cheryl McGrath, who partnered together to do something new to move forward in their God-shaped dreams. Their story is not only a great example of a courageous next step, but it also covers a topic we could all benefit from—self-care. With prayer, a partnership, and a simple desire to love and encourage the women in their community, Alysa and Cheryl took a risk, and the positive response they received provided momentum to keep taking steps toward their dreams.
IF YOU NEED ENCOURAGEMENT TO FIGURE OUT the NEXT STEP TOWARD YOUR DREAM, THIS IS THE EPISODE FOR YOU.
As you listen to Cheryl and Alysa share how it impacted them personally and the group they chose to serve, I hope their experience of stepping out and trying something new gives you an idea or some encouragement about what might be your next step. And, you’ll get a glimpse into the value and power of caring for yourself so you have the energy and space in 2017 to continue to pursue what God has laid on your heart to do.
This is the final episode of Season One of the Momentum Podcast. Season Two will launch in late January with a new name and new branding. Stay tuned and subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher to make sure you don't miss what's coming in 2017. Thanks for your support these last few months, and Happy New Year!
ALYSA AND CHERYL’S RECOMMENDATIONS:
Get your free self-care worksheet from Cheryl McGrath: “How to Practice Self-Care...Today.”
Cheryl shared a Shauna Niequist quote from “Present Over Perfect”:
“The twin undercurrents of being a woman and being a Christian is sort of a set-up for getting off track with this stuff -- women are raised to give and give and give, to pour themselves out indiscriminately and tirelessly. And Christians, or some anyway, are raised to ignore their own bodies, their own pain, their own screaming souls, on behalf of the other, the kingdom, the church.”
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