Momentum: Episode #2 - Interview with Alysa Passage

Alysa Passage is my guest for Episode #2. The creative force behind Passage Hill Studio, a graphic and web design business, Alysa helps world-changing clients translate their mission into a visual identity that will attract their dream audience.

Also the creator of Kitchen Fellowship, Alysa is passionate about helping people create a life of fellowship and restoration, one meal at a time. KF grew out of her own longing for authentic community after moving to a small Michigan farm town with her husband, Brent.


I can’t wait for you to hear from Alysa. If you were to sit down to coffee together she would draw you in with her genuine interest in your life, passions, and struggles while compassionately teaching you how to cultivate the true connections we all crave.

In our conversation, Alysa shares the challenges of staying consistent in her creative endeavors as well as the encouragement she gains from hearing stories of victory from her followers. She talks about her dreams for the future, character-building decisions in her business, some new interests she's exploring—like surface pattern design—and how she fights back against discouragement along the way.

A natural encourager, Alysa will leave you feeling hopeful that you can find and cultivate the types of relationships and creative endeavors that nurture your soul.



Especially for Momentum listeners, Alysa created a free guide to help you break free from the daily grind. You can find it here: 12 Simple Ways to Break Free From the Daily Grind Today! 
Her beautiful suggestions will help you whether you're busy and over-committed or isolated and feeling alone in the world. And you'll get a glimpse into what Kitchen Fellowship is all about. 


May the favor of the Lord our God rest upon us;
establish the work of our hands for us--yes, establish the work of our hands.

-Psalm 90:17 (NIV)


Jorge Drexler
St. Lucia


Small Blessings: A Novel by Martha Woodroof 

Louder Than Words: Harness the Power of Your Authentic Voice by Todd Henry 

If You Feel Too Much: Thoughts on Things Found and Lost and Hoped For by Jamie Tworkowski, founder of To Write Love on Her Arms, a non-profit movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury, and suicide. {Check out their website. It's soooo well done!}

CONNECT WITH ALYSA: || Facebook || Instagram || Twitter || Twitter



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