In 2018, host Kristi Lowe found herself in a dark pit, depressed and numbing herself with alcohol. Challenged to go one year without alcohol, she embarked on a journey that would forever change her life. She decided to stop drinking and start writing. In the process of healing, she discovered the unwavering love of Jesus that transforms and heals.
If you are in recovery from substance abuse, please take care if listening to this episode. If you are struggling with alcohol or substance abuse, please seek professional help.
In this episode, you will:
- Be reminded of the power of putting our faith in Jesus and how He strengthens and heals.
- Learn how to recognize signs of numbing or avoiding problems.
- Discover the transformative value of seeking God’s guidance for personal healing and satisfaction.
- Forge an unshakeable faith that stands strong amidst the hurdles of life.
- Understand the paramount importance of prioritizing your relationship with God and consulting His wisdom in life’s choices.
Once you taste an Even If kind of faith and start living differently, you want more of it. – Kristi Lowe
Seeking God’s Guidance for Personal Healing
The episode accentuates the significance of seeking God’s counsel for personal healing and growth. Positioning God as the ultimate bearer of solutions, Kristi encourages listeners to turn to Him in times of trouble. This trust in Divine guidance is presented as an essential strategy for achieving true healing and fulfilment in life.
Mentioned in this episode:
- Skip this episode if alcohol or addiction could jeopardize your recovery or health.
- Approach today’s episode with compassion and curiosity, even if alcohol is a hard pass for you.
- Listen to today’s episode to gain a better understanding of someone else’s struggles.
- Imagine an even if kind of faith, where you are completely focused and immovable, regardless of the chaos around you.
- Seek to live a more spirit-filled life and develop a more immovable faith.
- Reflect on a point in your life where you realized you were not spiritually solid and consider making a change.
- If you find yourself consuming alcohol habitually, please consider getting help.