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Walking Shoulder to Shoulder

Walking Shoulder to Shoulder

Podcast #18

Do you find yourself feeling a bit low in the friendship department? Would you like to know other women with whom you can talk, share, pray, laugh, and eat that points to honoring Christ– rather than just coming and going amid a slew of acquaintances? This longing is alive and well, even among women active in today’s churches. What can we do to rid ourselves of the isolation and build relationships across generations? In this episode of the She Yearns Podcast, Cheri brings a viable solution in Walking Shoulder to Shoulder.

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Cheri

How Should I Walk in My House

How Should I Walk in My House?

Podcast #13

 

To really know someone, you’ve gotta live with them a while, right? That should tell us–how you and I live inside our homes determines who we really are. What we allow to come in and go out of our homes is of the utmost importance. It’s a great responsibility when you think about it. How should I walk in my house? How should I run it? What should be allowed or not allowed; embraced or avoided? This episode of the She Yearns Podcast, How Should I Walk in My House? speaks to these issues from a biblical perspective.

You can now check out How Should I Walk in My House? from iTunes, GooglePlay, Stitcher, or SoundCloud. Just click on the links below! As always, you can scroll down and listen right here!

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Allow me to invite you to become a subscriber to the She Yearns Podcast by going to any of the providers and signing up for the RSS feed to have it automatically updated to your device! It’s basically ONE CLICK! And it doesn’t use any extra memory and really makes like easier.

If you enjoyed this episode or found it helpful, please leave a comment or review in your hosting provider service. I also love it when you post below! It really helps the ministry. We cannot do it without you! The only way the Word goes out further is with your help. Please share it as you feel the leading.

Thank you for listening.

 

Cheri

 

Faith Over Fear

Faith Over Fear

Finding Courage in Relationships

Podcast #11

When it comes to building rich relationships with other women, most of us tend to be hesitant or carry some baggage along. More than anything, fear often stands between us and the courage to step out there. In the episode of the She Yearns Podcast, Faith Over Fear, Cheri Strange offers five faith-building arrows to shoot for overcoming this fear.

You can now check out Faith Over Fear from iTunes, GooglePlay, Stitcher, or SoundCloud. Just click on the links below! As always, you can scroll down and listen right here!

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Allow me to invite you to become a subscriber to the She Yearns Podcast by going to any of the providers and signing up for the RSS feed to have it automatically updated to your device! It’s basically ONE CLICK! And it doesn’t use any extra memory and really makes like easier.

If you enjoyed this episode or found it helpful, please leave a comment or review in your hosting provider service. I also love it when you post below! It really helps the ministry. We cannot do it without you! The only way the Word goes out further is with your help. Please share it as you feel the leading.

Thank you for listening.

 

Cheri