In this episode you'll hear from Sarah Ritchie - a lovely young woman who has always loved the Lord very much, but recently walked through a very dark time spiritually. During this time, God seemed to be silent to her honest questions and seekings. Sarah talks about her deep, hard questions, the conclusions God revealed to her heart, and how these conclusions have transformed her sadness into joy.
In this episode you will hear from Alexis Judy. At age 16 Alexis was diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma. But, instead of letting fear overtake her, Alexis used that experience to draw closer to the Lord and positively influence others. Looking back, she can see God's faithful hand through the entire process and can now rejoice in being cancer free. As Alexis speaks, you will be greatly challenged to see God in the hard things, and trust in His good plan for your life, even when it seems the hardest.
In today's podcast, you'll hear from Lauren, a Jesus-loving girl with the gift of music. She will share how music touches a deep part of her soul and allows her to draw close to the Lord in a special way. She will also share some songs that helped get her through some really hard times in her life. And, most importantly, she will challenge us to humble ourselves in awe before the God who can deeply connect with us when we worship and meet our smallness with His greatness.
In this episode of the Heart Lessons podcast, you will hear from Mel, a missionary to Papua New Guinea. Mel will share what she and her family do over in PNG, what it was like transitioning to a new culture, and how the Lord has been working in her heart to drive deeper the realization of how much we are all in desperate need of redemption from Christ.
On this episode of the Heart Lessons podcast, Sarah will be talking with her friend Amy who struggled with fear and anxiety and panic attacks. Amy will share her heart and how the Lord brought her through that time and gave her victory over those struggles.
In this first episode of the Heart Lessons podcast, you'll hear from Sarah - her story, her motivation for starting this podcast, and what you can expect to find here each week.
*Correction* At one point I said I carried Evie for four months. I meant that I carried her for four more months from her diagnosis. She was born at 37 weeks.