Michele Cushatt on keeping the faith in a world falling apart.

Episode 62
39m | May 1, 2024

How do you trust when everything you experience tells you to do the opposite?

In this episode, Michelle Cushatt, author of A Faith that Will Not Fail: 10 Practices to Build Up Your Faith When Your World is Falling Apart, shares her transformative journey of maintaining faith amid suffering. She discusses the challenges she faced when diagnosed with cancer three times and how it affected her identity as a communicator. Michelle's story is a testament to the power of faith, resilience, and hope. She emphasizes the importance of relinquishing control and trusting in God's faithfulness. She encourages listeners to remember God's past faithfulness and to find light in the darkness. Michelle also highlights the practice of waiting and the significance of lamenting in painful seasons. Her hope is contagious. You will enjoy this conversation. 

Highlights and takeaways from the conversation:

  • Maintaining faith in challenging times requires relinquishing control and trusting God's faithfulness.
  • Remembering God's past faithfulness can provide hope and strength in suffering.
  • Finding light in the darkness involves looking for treasures and hidden blessings during pain.
  • Lamenting and grieving our pain is a valid and necessary part of the healing process.

You can get to know Michele by starting at her website, Follow her on Facebook, Instagram, and Spotify. Buy her new book, A Faith that Will Not Fail.

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