039: Breakups are a thing
In episode thirty-nine, Chari talks hurricanes, breakups, and how at the end of both you can become a comfort and an encouragement. Get ready for a super honest conversation about one of the biggest breakups ever, how to navigate being angry, and how to wield your strength in the process. There’s lot’s to chat through, grab a pen and paper, this one has a lot!
038: Waiting is a thing
In episode thirty-eight, Chari wonders, “does anyone even read these episode guides?” Either way, get ready for a super honest conversation on how she really doesn’t think anyone even reads these things even though she spends lots of time trying to come up with intriguing captions. Oh, this episode is about waiting. Good Stuff.
037: Brokenness is a thing
In episode thirty-seven, Chari is talking about brokenness and how it has the power to launch you into your destiny and into your future. Get ready for a super honest conversation on how being broken doesn’t mean you can’t find wholeness, it just means you may be left with some kingdom scars that will draw others in. This one isn’t for the faint of heart, get ready.
036: Covenant is a thing
In episode thirty-six, Chari jumps right in with how to important it is to understand covenant, and it’s benefits. Get ready for a super honest conversation on how covenant people move, surrender, and follow when God speaks and why life, love, and leadership looks different on the other side of covenant.
035: Struggle is a thing
In episode thirty-five, Chari talks about the struggle and how to navigate it with peace, joy, and love. Get ready for a super honest conversation on how we are meant to live this life as mature believers who can sleep through storms, and who can follow without vision. We are holding nothing back this episode, so get ready.
034: Love is a thing
In episode thirty-four, Chari comes back after a small break to kick off part two of the season with, "The things that are actually a thing." Get ready for a super honest conversation on love, what it means, how to do it well, and how it’s okay to not like everyone. Let’s do this!