November 8, 2022
Have you ever questioned your life’s purpose? Have you ever wondered how God could use your story to bring hope and healing to others? The guest on this episode shares how God has used her life to bring encouragement and inspiration to others.
We have entered the month of November, National Adoption Awareness Month, and we are celebrating this month with a special podcast series, Adopted and Healed.
Our special guest today is Sherry Jones of Sherry Speaks Life, who will tell us a bit of her adopted and heal journey.
Guest: Sherry Jones
Bible Passage: Romans 8:28
Free Resource: 10 Scriptures to Pray in the Face of Rejection
Sherry Jones believes in the power of speaking life! She is passionate about helping women transform their negative thoughts and words into positive ones rooted in the Word of God. She believes speaking life is a lifestyle we must embrace.
Sherry is a certified Christian Life Coach, author, speaker, and podcast host. Her coaching program, Speak Up, Step Up, & Show Up empowers women to speak life, say yes to God, and show up as their authentic selves so they can walk out their God-given assignments. She has written two books: Trouble Don’t Last Always and Speak Life Moments. In addition, Sherry hosts the Sherry Speaks Life Podcast, which broadcasts live on Facebook and YouTube. You can also listen to the podcast on your favorite podcast platform.
Sherry is the founder of Glory Carriers Women’s Network, a Facebook community for Christian women. The mission of GCWN is to uplift, support, and encourage Christian women to glorify God in every aspect of their lives.
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Here are some of the things Sherry and I talked about:
“I’ve come to a place where I can share my adoption story and be comfortable with it because it is a part of my journey.” –Sherry Jones
“Being able to see myself through God’s eyes has been so empowering.” –Sherry Jones
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