A Season Beyond Youth

As little girls we practiced motherhood clutching our baby dolls. But we never dreamed about the years that would come beyond. Years that can be enormously productive.

Grateful to have been a guest on Gina Ferrar’s The Feminine Roadmap.

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12 Replies to “A Season Beyond Youth”

  1. Great interview! Was in my office listening to the entire video and you covered a lot! All the ministry info as well as sharing your story. God has truly blessed you Sister and now you are using your life to bless others. Awesome Job!! God Bless and Be Safe

  2. Enjoyed this interview, Nancy. I have read some of your articles about your life as a single mom and the hard times of poverty and needs. Didn’t know the in-between details of you working at a bank, relying on help from your church and how long it had actually been before you remarried.

  3. Nancy, your life story is so powerful and inspiring! Thank you for sharing your journey. God has given you such a ministry to help others who may be struggling with hard times. Thank God for your dad encouraging you along the way. Now I’m sure you encourage others more than you know.

  4. Nancy, I particularly liked your comments about the importance of having a mentor, especially when walking through challenges. I profoundly believe in cross-generational relationships, where mentoring takes place, and wisdom and support are mutually shared. And in tough times, having some mentor encouraging, supporting, caring can make all the difference. It sounds like it made a profound difference in your life. It certainly has in mine.

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