Depth Podcast Episode 171: Michele Cushatt — A Faith That Will Not Fail
Do you ever struggle with what to do when your world is falling apart? When life seems to flip upside down, do you wish you had a friend that would come alongside you and say this is what helped me in the middle of my suffering and my hard times?
This is what I love about this new book, *A Faith That Will Not Fail by Michele Cushatt. She was on the podcast back in 2020 for her book, Relentless. If you have not heard her story, she has walked through cancer multiple times and what I love is that she wrote this book from a place of “I understand.” The subtitle of the book is 10 Practices to Build up Your Faith When Your World Is Falling Apart. It is very practical, and she gives great ideas you can start that will help you during those tough seasons. In fact, I think these are great practices to start even when you are not in a tough season, so when those hard times come, you are already prepared. I love our conversation today on the podcast, and I think you are going to learn so much from Michele.
Also, I am so excited for someone to win a copy of Michele’s book: *A Faith That Will Not Fail. All the details of the book giveaway are on my website at jodirosser.com or you can click this direct link: https://kingsumo.com/g/dkexdy/a-faith-that-will-not-fail-giveaway
It is fun to have Michele back on the Podcast! If you missed my first conversation with Michele about her book, *Relentless, please check out Episode 18 on the Depth podcast. She has such a powerful story and her words will definitely encourage you.
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- *Strong Like Water by Aundi Kolber
As an experienced communicator, Michele Cushatt speaks internationally to a wide variety of audiences and has published three previous books, including *Undone, *I Am. Her fourth book, *A Faith That Will Not Fail, publishes March 2023. A three-time head and neck cancer survivor and parent of “children from hard places, ” Michele is a (reluctant) expert of trauma, pain, and the deep human need for authentic connection and enduring faith. She and her husband, Troy, share a blended family of six children, including biological children, stepchildren, and foster-adopt children. They live on eight acres outside of Denver, Colorado. Visit www.michelecushatt.com
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