Hold that thought…
And let’s sort through the voices in our head…
Our thought life can be a battlefield, so let’s talk about it!
Gem Fadling, the author of “Hold that Thought: Sorting through the voices in our head” joins us today! She reminds us that we are not our thoughts–we’re more than that!
She talks candidly about what it means to take every thought captive (2 Corinthians 10:5), and what it is to be transformed by the renewing of our minds (Romans 12:2).
God’s Word has A LOT to say about our thoughts, so let’s tune in!
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Gem Fadling, CLC, is a founding partner of Unhurried Living, Inc., a non-profit that trains people to rest deeper, live fuller, and lead better. She is a certified life coach and a trained spiritual director who coaches women at the intersection of spiritual leadership and soul care. Gem is the host of the I Can Do That! Podcast and the coauthor of What Does Your Soul Love?: Eight Questions That Reveal God’s Work in You.
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