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Today I’m so excited to welcome new friend Trieste Vaillancourt to the Restory Show. She’s a writer, editorial director, and Louie Award winner (for greeting cards) who currently works at Dayspring. She is a worship leader, and I’ve had the privilege of singing beside her! Recently married, she lives with her new husband in Colorado.
How Our Stories Intersected
Trieste and I met years ago at Mount Hermon Christian Writers Conference, and then reunited this year and had an instant connection. She basically just wooed me over with her own stories of how much she loves Jesus. It’s so infectious, and I know you’ll enjoy getting to know her. Side note is that she and I are going to run a marathon together next Spring. YES I AM AFRAID. YES I WELCOME YOUR PRAYERS!
[“Singleness is not a death sentence; it’s an avenue of healing and sanctification. Hear Trieste’s story of faithfulness.”]
As in all my episodes, I pray for you at the end. It’s my sincere hope that you’ll walk away from the Restory Show changed and challenged.
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This was so great to listen to. I love how Trieste talks about her love and intimacy and friendship with Jesus. I really resonated with her words and thoughts, because I feel such a closeness with Jesus as well. He shows me regularly in my life by various ways that He is right in the middle of my days. I feel He is telling me often, I see you and I am aware of everything going on in your life every day. I think on some level, we as Christians obviously know that, but we do not see Him or feel Him tell us that often….
Well I do! 😉
I loved this restory podcast, and it will probably one of my favorites.
Thanks Mary for each and every one!
One to my next podcast… 😉