Eps. 154 – Distraction Detox with Billie Jauss

Do you struggle with overwhelm or thoughts that seem to hold you captive? If you’ve felt a bit discouraged, you’re in the right place.

Author Billie Jauss is joining Melinda in this episode. Listen in as Billie shares how God used a painful season to instruct her how to stop her thoughts from being her biggest bully and begin to move in step with Him.

In this episode, you will:

*learn the importance of pausing

*be encouraged that God is present even when the storm rages

*what to do when feelings of overwhelm hit

 

Then, share this episode with a friend who needs to be encouraged in her waiting season.

 

Billie’s first interview on TEWP – Episode 107 –

 

Connect with Billie:

Billie’s books:
Distraction Detox: Release Emotional Barriers, Restructure Priorities, Realize God’s Best

Making Room: Doing Less So God Can Do More

Other mentions:

Jenn Hand:

Scripture reference: Galatians 5:1 – It is for freedom that Christ has set us free. Stand firm, then, and do not let yourselves be burdened again by a yoke of slavery.

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