Meet Me in the Middle || The Reckoning & Redemption Phase {Episodes 7 & 8}

Meet Me in the Middle || The Reckoning & Redemption Phase {Episodes 7 & 8}

It’s HERE ** Episodes 7 & 8 ** MEET ME IN THE MIDDLE**

The Reckoning Phase {Episode 7}

In episode 7, Sherry shares a vivid analogy of “The elephant and the teaspoon” to help us understand the hard work of the journey to healing. “You can’t fast forward…can’t skip anything …have to go in order…one spoonful at a time…seeing the long road ahead.” She was faced with the “cold, hard reality” and had to choose to “deal with it” but at the same time, making the best choice to “lean on her Creator.” That’s Who she fell in love with!

The Redemption & Restoration Phase {Episode 8}

In episode 8, Sherry chose to focus on the “journey” not the “gritty details” of her source of suffering … moving forward, navigating seasons. Her motto: “Trust …Be still and know that I am God.” As those who have experienced deep suffering can often have the deepest joy, Sherry exudes JOY. She’ll carry her scars for the rest of her life but there is peace and a desire to help others who might be going through their own dark valley and need a safe house…a safe place.

Listen as Sherry retells her journey of the Reckoning Phase (hope in the middle) and the Redemption & Restoration Phase…A Rebuilding of a broken heart.

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Joy Waters Martin

My kids tease me sometimes that my definition of a situation going well is often described as, "It was 'life-giving' " -- meaning, it may have had some conflicts or uneasy moments or stress but all in all , something about it breathed life into the situation and the people involved...something of the heart was moved in a good direction. I'm all about LIFE ... life with my husband, life with 4 adult children, their spouses and 8 grandchildren (to date, that is :), life in our home and life in a wild adventure we tend to label "ministry". In reality , all of these categories mesh together to make up the "organic me". Relational , redeeming and restoring are some of my favorite words and they give life to my soul as I walk it all out with Jesus Christ, the Giver of all life. Profile Photo by: Melody Martin

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