Have you ever felt like you’re barely holding on? Some days—some seasons—are just hard, and no matter how much we know we need to chin up and soldier on, we often just want to let go.
Well, today’s guest candidly and vulnerably shares her personal struggles with mental health and how those struggles threatened to overwhelm her, especially during the pandemic.
Jennifer recently visited with host, Sheila Walsh, on this episode of “LIFE Today.” Watch it now!
As I sat on the front row waiting for Fresh Grounded Faith to begin, two ladies came up to Phil and me and handed Phil an envelope. They explained that in it was a piece of their church—a literal fragment from their building. Hurricane Delta had destroyed their church building and they wanted us to have a piece of it as a reminder to pray for their rebuild.
Thank you to Jennifer Canter for the beautiful photos. To see the entire Facebook photo album, click here
I was honored to take that broken piece. As I held it, I thought of how Delta may have destroyed church buildings, but it did not destroy the Church! The Church is alive and well in Lake Charles, Louisiana!
On this 100th episode of the 4:13 Podcast, you’re in for a special treat!
Back in college, I was on a worship team with my friend, Paul. He played the guitar, and I played piano. Every week, our small four-member team practiced so we’d be ready for the Thursday night Bible study in the student center.
Girl, I’ve got Georgia on my mind! It was wonderful being back in Augusta last weekend for another Fresh Grounded Faith event. I’m telling you, these southern sisters were on fire for the second year in a row!
Thank you to Taylor Gerlach for the beautiful photos. To see the entire Facebook photo album, click here
. For those of you who joined the photo booth fun, you can view your photos here
As the doors opened on Friday evening, one of the women entered with a t-shirt that read, “He left the 99 to rescue me” (Matthew 18:12). What a fitting verse this turned out to be!