Worshipping God in the Midst of Pain with Kari Jobe :: ITA 126

By May 16, 2017Podcast

Christian music singer and songwriter Kari Jobe shares about her motherhood journey and the story behind her new album The Garden.

After a tragedy in her family, Jobe wrote worship songs about finding hope in the midst of loss, peace in the midst of uncertainty and God’s presence in the midst of pain.

“It was one of those experiences that knocked the air of my lungs. I remember thinking, God, I really don’t understand why you would allow this to happen.”

In This Episode, You’ll Hear…

  • How worship brings breakthrough and questions don’t — questions bring more questions.
  • About processing loss with God and surrendering your disappointment to Him
  • Giving yourself the grace to let God meet you, listening for His voice and spending time with Him.

Quick Links

  1. Click here to get your free 2 week trial of PrepDish.com
  2. The Garden album
  3. Hallelujah Cover on YouTube
  4. Kari’s spoof of Adele song
  5. 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.

Connect with Kari Jobe

Website:

https://karijobe.com

Social media:

Twitter | Facebook | YouTube | Instagram

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  • Pam says:

    Thank you, Kari, for sharing how God helped you through a time of heartache and disappointment. Your words are being used by God to encourage my heart through my own time of deep disappointment. And, Kat, thank you for this inspiring episode. I have my own pen and journal ready to take action in writing one thing each morning I’m thankful for.

  • wambui says:

    Thanks for sharing Kari. This has really encouraged me that God is there even when we are in the valley.

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