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Misty Phillip sits down with Missy Eversole at the CPE product expo to discuss people-pleasing and being a yes girl. Missy melted down and yelled at her kids in their school parking lot. This incident woke Missy up. She realized something needed to change because her schedule was crammed full, and she was stressed out to a breaking point. Missy began reading the book of John in her Bible, and God began conforming her to his image.
On this episode we talk about importance of forming Spiritual habits. Mediating on God’s word, and intentionally filling our minds with The Word. Missy expressed the importance of being both a hearer and doer of the the word. We conclude our conversation discussing the importance of praying for our children and young adults, and God’s faithfulness in our lives.
The importance of quiet time, morning reflection, and spending time with the Lord.”
“There is power in the no.”
“The world is coming after us. Trying to conform us to it.”
“Our phones are our biggest idols today.”
“No one is beyond saving.”
“My mom mission is to get up every day before my kids and pray for them before their feet hit the floor.”
“Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what the will of God is, what is good and acceptable and perfect.” – Romans 12:2 ESV
Missy Eversole is a wife and mom of two sons. She and her husband, Craig, have been married for twenty-one years and live in Morton, Illinois. Missy shares her love for digging deep into God’s Word as a volunteer blog contributing writer for Proverbs 31 Online Bible Studies and Kingdom Edge Magazine. In addition, she writes about her faith and family on her blog, MissyEversole.com.
Transformed Not Conformed: Embracing a Life-Changing Approach to Spiritual Habits provides honest personal stories and relatable examples from Scripture. Missy teaches you how to create habits of Bible reading, meditation, prayer, silence, solitude, and fasting.