When I saw this pic in Carol's media kit, my heart leapt inside my chest.
Yes, this is the one.
Carol's known for her joy and a lively spirit. Her tone and her eyes speak volumes.
She's passionate and personable. Practical yet deep. A student of the Word and an apply-er of that Word in her life. Her stories will warm your heart and challenge you to go deeper in your walk with God.
Join Carol and me on the show today as we talk faith and practical ways you can face trial and hardship. You won't be disappointed in our conversation--we're like two old friends chatting over a cup of coffee about how we live out the Bible in our lives.
We share about our personal bouts with depression, how to walk in our calling and purpose, and unpack several nuggets from her book Meanwhile. You don't want to miss the prayer at the end (direct quote from her book).
Carol McLeod is a sought-after speaker, best-selling author of 15 books and the host of two successful podcasts, including “Jolt of Joy”, a podcast on the Charisma Podcast Network which is ranked in the top 5% of podcasts internationally, and “Significant Women,” which is ranked in the top 10% of podcasts worldwide.
Her weekly blog “Joy for the Journey” has been named to the Top 50 Faith Blogs for Women, and her YouVersion devotionals have been enjoyed by nearly 4 million people around the world.
Don't miss her weekly TV show, called “The Joy Life.” Known for her great joy and enthusiasm, Carol encourages and empowers women with passionate and practical Bible-focused messages, interspersed with her own special brand of hope and humor.
Meanwhile examines the life of Joseph in the book of Genesis, and shares how his journey parallels our modern lives today. Like Joseph, we often find ourselves in the “meanwhile”. The choices of others created Joseph’s hardships, yet he rested in God’s promises and stayed focused on his purpose and calling.
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