We long to make a break from the fast pace of life, but if we’re honest, we’re afraid of what we’ll miss if we do. Yet when going big and hustling hard leaves us stressed, empty, and out of sorts, that’s our cue to slow down and step into a far more sustainable, satisfying pace.
Today on the 4:13 Podcast, author Jennifer Dukes Lee shows you a path to unhurried living by teaching you the ancient art of growing slow.
We’ve made it to a new year, and we want this year to be 365 days of joy! So, KC and I are dropping a joy bomb into your heart today.
Joy is a supernatural force that can transform your heart this coming year. So, today on the 4:13 Podcast, we’ll talk about how to get it and how to protect it from joy thieves. We’ll also answer the question: “How can I have my joy restored?”
This may be an odd spin on Christmas, but I want to share a letter with you that was written December 19, 1944 by Dietrich Bonhoeffer. World War II was raging at the time and people everywhere were in turmoil, but Dietrich’s letter is one of courage and hope. His story and his words will inspire you to face anything this season—or this new year—with faith.
Plus, I was so inspired by his letter that I actually put the words to music, and I’ll sing it over you in today’s episode of the 4:13 Podcast.
GIVEAWAY ALERT: You can win the book Hope Anyway by this week’s podcast guest. Keep reading to find out how!
After almost fourteen years of marriage, Leeana Tankersley walked into a counseling appointment with her husband, fully prepared to fight for their marriage. But halfway through the appointment, Leeana came to realize that no amount of logic or emotion could stop the inevitable.
Overcome with numbness and disappointment, Leeana entered a new season that would reveal God’s remedy for her darkness: hope.