How to Grow When You’re Stuck in Soil – Podcast 008

At a time like this, it may seem like you are STUCK in sticky mud! Like you are captured in one spot, you can’t move, and it’s taking a lot of time to get yourself out of there.

Today’s podcast episode may be just the thing you need to hear because, in it, I talk about How to Grow When You’re Stuck in Soil.

What exactly is good about being stuck in mud? What exactly is good about feeling like you’re not moving fast enough?

Listen in to hear:

  • Why it’s possible that being a dormant seed in sticky soil may just be the right place for you, but is not forever!
  • How “worship” can change your perspective about being stuck in soil.
  • Three practical things you can do when it seems like you’re stuck in a place.

QUICK! GET THOSE FEELINGS OF BEING STUCK IN A RUT OUT OF THE WAY FOR A SECOND & LISTEN TO TODAY’S PODCAST!

Click the play button below to start listening:

How to Grow When You're Stuck in Soil. Podcast Episode 008.

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2 thoughts on “How to Grow When You’re Stuck in Soil – Podcast 008

  1. The dormancy period is literally a difficult time which one needs grace to endure for joy always comes in the morning.

    More importantly, there’s always a lesson or two for each dormancy period, we should make sure they never elude us.

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