g(O)dd Guests: Born Amish with Meg Delagrange | Ep 56

Meg Delagrange

Photo Credit: Jessie Nicole Photography

Our guest for this episode, Meg Delagrange, is truly one of the awesomest people I know. She’s pretty rad at a lot of stuff. She’s a mom, artist, marketing & branding director for a fairly young and booming leather bag company, a New York Fashion Week model, speaker and lots of other stuff. And for all her obvious success and God given blessings, she’s no stranger to tragedy and deep hurt. She’s also not stranger to God made wholeness and healing.

In this episode Meg shares some of those deepest hurts and lets us in on what God has been and continues to do to make her whole and heal her heart.

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Show Links

Meg’s Story summary

Lessons Meg’s been learning this year

Meg’s thoughts on single motherhood

Where to find Meg Delagrange

Meg Delagrange

Photo Credit: Sarah Pagano Photography

Instagram (buy paintings): @meg.delagrange

Website: ColoringSpirit.com

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Urban Southern on Instagram: @urbansouthern

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Everybody Hurts, Sometimes… You Should Do it in Community | Ep 33

Hurts

In this week’s episode we open with Bruce┬ámaking fun of Thomas’ wife’s, Angy, cross wall. Thomas said Bruce was hurting his feelings, which was the perfect segway into this week’s topic.

This week we are talking about hurt. Specifically, we discuss the fact that if we chose to live in authentic Gospel Centered Community with others, we can expect to be hurt and come face-to-face with other people’s hurts.

Your Hurts and Community

There isn’t a lot of show notes for this topic. Let’s leave it at this.

Community is a great place to come and put your hurt on the table. By doing so, it allows those closest to you to take it off the table and help you carry it. Community is also a great place to grieve with those that are hurting. And, Community is the perfect place to experience Jesus, find healing for your hurts and help others heal.

photo: Carla Covers