EP 18: Life is For the Living with Karen Hill
Today’s guest is Karen Hill. She’s an author of 30 children’s books, mom, grandmom and cancer survivor. She is also the executive editor and executive assistant to author/pastor Max Lucado, who may or may not make a guest appearance on the episode ;-) Karen and I are related, but it’s actually the first conversation we’ve ever had! And you get to listen in on it :-)
Karen shares about losing her father, mother, brother and a sister and how God can use our grief and suffering. We talk about questions we have for God and how doubt is a part of faith. We also talk about Sabbath rest, mentorship, parenting and much more.
Karen is a woman of wisdom who trusts God in the midst of chaos and searches for him and his purposes in all the “random” circumstances of life. I’m so inspired by her attitude toward life; she knows that as long as she has life in her body, God has plans for her.
So, come join me as I learn about Karen and glean wisdom from her story.
PHOTOS FROM KAREN’S STORY
What music are you listening to and loving lately?
What's the most influential book you've ever read? (besides the Bible)
Tough question for a book lover! A book I’ve read countless times is Letters to Sam by Daniel Gottlieb. Written by a disabled grandfather to his autistic grandson, this book is full of wisdom and practical counsel.