Wild Waters: Episode 487

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Wild Waters: Episode 487

Jun 01, 2017
Guests: Erin Eberspacher, Jake Roberson, Brandon Wilson and Leslie Leyland Fields

[53:30] - 

Finding margin in your day, plus Leslie Leyland Fields connects faith and commercial fishing, and a listener grapples with her boyfriend's Instagram fail.

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Featured musical artist: Aaron Strumpel 


Breathing Room

Guests: Erin Eberspacher, Jake Roberson and Brandon Wilson

[22:02] - 

Between work, family, church and friends, life is busy. Add to this already daunting list things like social media, entertainment, errands, housework, random commitments, random time-wasting pursuits, and...you get the picture. Finding margin for rest and life's true priorities can be like searching for the proverbial needle in a haystack. Surely there's a better way? Are we just busier nowadays, or are there things we're doing to sabotage our ability to make time for what matters? Our panel weighs in.

What Water Teaches Us About Trusting God

Guests: Leslie Leyland Fields

[24:13] - 

Leslie Leyland Fields knows water. As a commercial fisherwoman alongside her husband in the wilds of Alaska, Leslie has seen her share of storms, struggles and big catches. In her book Crossing the Waters, she shares what decades of working on open water has taught her about the bigness and trustworthiness of God. She then draws parallels with lessons learned in her trips to the Holy Land, including time spent on the Sea of Galilee. Tune in for a fascinating interview with a seasoned woman of faith.

Instagram Accounting

Guests: M.T. Wilson

[5:25] - 

Her boyfriend reconnected with a former coworker on Instagram, and the conversation and photos quickly turned inappropriately sexual. Our listener found out, and now is torn about what to do. She wants to forgive, but wonders if trust can be restored. Counselor M.T. Wilson offers advice.

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