Replay of Andrea Sharp’s Talkshoe Show

Replay of Andrea Sharp’s Talkshoe Show

Did you miss my Talkshoe show this week with Andrea Sharp of Sharp Women?

This was an excellent, anointed show. Andrea’s teaching is for today’s busy woman in mind: “I can only do 4 things at once!”

We always need the “spiritual” in our lives (God’s presence, His word), but we also need practical help for our hectic lives.
Andrea gives you real-life tools using the acronym PACE to help you juggle your to-do list and schedule.

I encourage you to listen to the replay and/or download it to your computer to listen to later at your convenience.

Andrea spoke straight to my heart about getting your priorities straight. She also told a funny story about a Bunco game, which had me laughing so hard. You will love it!

Just click here for the replay (Episode #22, on November 10, 2012.

It’s the first episode at the top of the page and in past episodes).

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Encouraging Word:
You will keep in perfect peace him whose mind is steadfast, because he trusts in you.-Isaiah 26:3

Inspirational Quote:
Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity. It can turn a meal into a feast, a house into a home, a stranger into a friend. – Melody Beattie

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Replay of Talkshoe Show with Patty Mason

Do you struggle with depression? Do you want to be set free and to know joy and happiness again – without the help of drugs?

If you missed my Talkshoe show with award-winning author and speaker Patty Mason of http://www.LibertyinChrist.net, you missed a treat!

Patty is a wife, mother, Bible teacher, award-winning author, women’s ministry leader, and the founder of Liberty in Christ Ministries. She has been teaching, mentoring and inspiring women of all ages for many years through her writings and talks. Patty is a member of Women in Christian Media and Recycled Women, and has reached audiences all over the world through Sisters on Assignment, Christian TV, Sermon.net, Salem Communication’s Light Source, and WLGT Blog Radio Live.

Patty knows the pain and devastation of depression, but she is no longer in that dark place! Her passion and deep-seated conviction to help others learn the truth and break the cycle, compelled Patty to extend hope by earnestly sharing her story in her book Finally Free, Breaking the Bonds of Depression without Drugs.

You can listen to the replay at Talkshoe here, or listen on the Talkshoe player below:

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Replay of Talkshoe show with Sheryl Griffin

Facebook has enabled me to make a whole new world of friends, and I am so thankful to God for that. One of the new friends I’ve made on Facebook is Sheryl Griffin, speaker and author of A Scarlett Cord of Hope…My Journey through Guilt, Shame, and Fear to Hope. I loved Sheryl’s book, and it is available at her website, at Amazon, and at Barnes and Noble. You can visit Sheryl’s blog at www.SherylGriffin.blogspot.com.

Recently Sheryl shared on my Women’s Battles Talkshoe show.  One of the responses in the chat room today was, “Shery, you have a great testimony!”

If you missed the show today, you can listen to the replay here or on the player below.

This was an anointed show with Sheryl sharing on being a child of divorce, her own abusive former marriage and divorce, abortion, anxiety attacks and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). It is a story that you will probably relate to and one of redemption and hope through Christ.

Sheryl has such a sweet spirit and you will love her. She’s leaving this Saturday morning for a trip to Israel, so please keep her, her friend who’s going with her and the church team in prayer for protection and traveling mercies.

She’ll be returning home on October 7, and I hope to have her back on the show to share about Israel and other topics she speaks on.

Please leave your comments below.

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