More than Motherhood, Rediscovering You with Chrystal Evans Hurst :: ITA #131

By August 8, 2017Podcast

Bestselling author, speaker and homeschooling mother of five, Chrystal Evans Hurst shares her rich wisdom on how to live the life God has called you to even when our dreams don’t match our current reality.

“Our life is a journey and God wastes nothing. Everything about you, your experiences, your personality, God will use it but he may not bring it together into a picture that makes sense to you until a few years down the road.”

In This Episode, You’ll Hear…

  • The importance of the journey God takes us on to find our calling in him.
  • Finding something that is good enough, for now, is really a powerful way to start following the dreams God has placed in you
  • Giving your best to your kids is one of the greatest accomplishments you can achieve
  • Figuring out our “Ground Zero” in each season to keep us from drifting

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Links mentioned in this Episode:

  1. Get Chrystal’s BOOK:  She’s Still There
  2. Previous Chrystal Hurst Episodes- Ep. 37 and Ep. 38
  3. Free Printable, “Babies Don’t Keep” 
  4. 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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  • Annette says:

    This massage really spoke to me and encouraged my heart. Crystal really has a lot of wisdom an excellent practical advice mothers would be wise to use.

  • Kat says:

    This was so encouraging; Crystal addressed some of the very things that I have struggled with; I grew up being encouraged to be anything, got a college degree to pursue my passion, but also knew it was the best thing for my babies to stay at home. I struggled with boredom, confusion, impatience, incompetence, lack of purpose about what I was supposed to be doing with my life, and when it was really going to “begin”; and what made it worse was I felt so ashamed that I wasn’t 100% happy with being a stay at home mom and I had no safe place to talk about it. I have just recently in the last couple years began to understand seasons, and to enjoy the precious time we have with our babies/teenagers etc, this message was very edifying, I’m going to do the action plan! Thanks!

    • Kat Lee says:

      First of all, you have a great name. 🙂 Second, I know so many women (including myself) can relate. I’m thrilled Chrystal’s words encouraged you!