When you walk up to a group of women talking and laughing, do you find yourself breaking into a sweat? Maybe it’s easy for you to approach strangers, but for the majority of us, it’s a challenge. Today’s guest talks about strategies that have helped her engage with people even when afraid.
Kathie Littleton married her sweetheart 25 years ago (their wedding was a week before ours!) She’s a mom of two grown kids and says she was never a natural initiator, but she learned how to do it scared. We talk about human nature, the Industrial Revolution, how the height of fences have affected our communities, how change happens and the importance of seeking out a real life mentor with a pulse,
I’ll tell you what it was like being the only brown people in a small midwestern town in the 70’s,
Here are the resources Kathie refers to; the book Feel the Fear and Do it Anyway was written by Susan Jeffers, not Florence Littauer, like we thought. Here’s the link –
And here is where you can get a Gospel Transformation workbook. (But do it in a group! :-0)
Kathie is a Biblical counselor at Rockhouse Center in Brentwood TN. If you’re in the area and would like to get in touch with someone there, here’s their info; http://www.rockhousecenter.com/
And Rosaria Butterfield’s new book is finally on the shelves! https://rosariabutterfield.com/the-gospel-comes-with-a-house-key
We are inching toward meeting our fundraising goal for our India trip. If you’d like to send small games or coloring books for the children in Maharashtra, please go to our partner page at https://karthimasters.com/donate/
I so appreciate you!
Till next time,