ITA54 – The House That Mercy Built – Kristen Welch’s Inspiring Story

By September 14, 2014Podcast

How can an average suburban mom change the world? Kristen Welch is sharing her incredible story on the podcast today.

Her journey took her around the world, but as you’ll hear in this episode, she found just as much need right in her own backyard. Kristen is humble and wise and a woman of action. Don’t miss this podcast!

Grab your headphones, join us for a chat and keep reading to learn more!


Quick Links

  1. Learn more about Mercy House Kenya.
  2. Check out Kristen’s book, Rhinestone Jesus.
  3. Love the song in the outro? It’s called God Day. It’s by Jen Stanbro and you can get it on iTunes by clicking here and check out Jen’s site by clicking here.

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  • Avatar Amanda says:

    Thanks for another great podcast Kat. I love your call to spend time with other world changers so you can become one too. In an alternative vein I was reading the other day from John C. Maxwell how like people attract like people, so if you want more friends that are world changers, be one yourself. I love Kristen’s story, and her heart of obedience! So inspiring. So necessary. Thank you,

  • I’m new to your podcast, Kat, but your overall message has grabbed me. I’ve listened to a majority of your interviews in just a few weeks. Thank you for your important work. I’m listening while folding laundry, making dinner and soaking in the bathtub after a long day as momma to four. I’ve been inspired, comforted and informed. This post was one of my favorites. Kristen’s message is a powerful one, and her use of her voice inspiring. The Lord stirred up a dream with this one, and I’m grateful to you both.