In our driven, multi-tasking culture it's so, so hard to rest. But what if rest is the key? What if rest, not work, is just what you've been looking for to find your way back to your truest, God-created self? It's not just possible to bring God great glory in rest, it's actually a requirement.
Amy and Cheri process their struggles with rest and share what they're learning through a few simple practices. Rest just might be what we reforming perfectionists and people-pleasers need most!
It's easy to get lost. Not the kind of lost that you can fix with a GPS, but the kind of lost when you don't quite remember who you are anymore. Michele DeRusha, author of True You, helps us to find our way back to the person God created us to be. Pushing back the false facade of busyness and achievement, we can find wholeness and healing. This touching interview is fuel for the real you who's waiting for you to find your way back!
In a hilariously pathetic conversation, Amy and Cheri chronicle their objections, obstacles, and abject failures with rest. Thankfully, in a turn of the tide, they also give some powerful but simple solutions to their rest issues. If you want to laugh at two women with struggles instead of crying over your own, you'll want to tune in. Misery loves company after all!
How many times recently have you awakened in the morning with the thought, "I'm still so tired"? Dr. Saundra Dalton, author of Sacred Rest, says that many of us have made chronic rest deficit our norm. The good news is that in this interview, she offers solutions beyond the quick fixes that have left us disappointed. Tune in for a truly transforming conversation that will help you to create deeply restorative rest.
It often seems safer and less painful to hide our hurts. Could there possibly be an advantage to revealing them? Cheri and Amy talk through painful times that were actually improved by bringing the hard things into the light. Grounded in the truth that the Lord is close to the broken-hearted, they unpack the gifts of transparency and authenticity that far surpass the "safety" of keeping hurts hidden.