Right this moment’s podcast episode is a bit completely different than regular! Ruth Chou Simons got here in studio quite a lot of weeks in the past to file an episode, however we had a bunch of points getting it recorded (hearken to the episode for the shaggy dog story!) and ended up doing an Instagram reside and Fb reside after which pulled a few of the audio from that for this episode.
Jesse and I additionally give some life updates in the beginning of the present and speak about books we’re studying + what’s saving my life. In my dialog with Ruth, we focus on her new devotional, Emmanuel: An Invitation to Put together Him Room at Christmas and All the time, and what it appears to be like like to organize our hearts for the vacation season in order that it’s crammed with grace. She shares what it appears to be like prefer to deal with what’s really essential in regards to the vacation season – not presents and events however slightly peace in our hearts and houses.
Ruth encourages us that Creation and Christmas isn’t simply one thing we should always have fun in December, however all 12 months lengthy. She provides loads of inspiration and recommendation and invitations you to take 25 days to begin the journey of seeing the vacation season from a brand new viewpoint.
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In This Episode
[00:35] – We’re doing one thing a bit completely different at this time!
[03:46] – My latest journey to Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
[06:56] – What I’ve been studying these days.
[09:45] – Jesse and I speak about studying books vs. listening to audiobooks.
[11:25] – What has been saving my life just lately?
[15:04] – Snippets from my dialog with Ruth Chou Simons.
[17:26] – Recommendation to younger mothers.
[19:22] – Ruth argues that it’s not doable to fulfill everybody when planning for the vacations.
[21:00] – What does Ruth imply by Jesus is the rationale for the season?
[23:46] – What can we do now to organize?
[25:45] – Ruth factors out that what everybody really longs for is peace and love.
[26:57] – Find out about how Ruth’s guide is laid out.
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