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Restory Show

Last summer God birthed the concept of restory in me. I prayed a lot about what would be next, moving from "living uncaged" to learning about and encouraging others to embrace a brand new story. This resonated through me as I considered a podcast. I dreamed of having people on the podcast who shared jaw-dropping stories, who exemplified faithfulness, sacrifice, humbleness, along with a big heart for Jesus. I wanted to see turnaround stories, where God had intersected a life, and that life was no longer the same. So I prayed. And God answered. He brought people to me. He reminded me of others. Instead of fretting about what to say or who to invite, this podcasting process has become something entirely different. God has made it sweet and nearly effortless. I cannot wait to share with you all these amazing interviews. And today's? It'll change your life.
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Dec 12, 2016

Cheryl Weber wears several hats. She is the host of 100 Huntley Street in Canada. She's also the International Producer for Crossroads Relief & Development. She has a passion for marginalized folks, particularly in the Third World. In addition, she's on the Board of Directors of Ratanak International, one of Canada's foremost NGOs fighting child sex trafficking in Cambodia. A former prodigal, she now pursues Jesus with a determined passion.

How Our Stories Intersected

Cheryl and I met on the set of 100 Huntley Street. She's one of the few interviewers I've encountered who READS the books she interviews about! So refreshing. We immediately hit it off, and she's been (truly) one of the most encouraging people I've met. She's smart, savvy, and fun. But most of all, you'll see her effervescent joy shine through today's podcast. I can't wait for you to meet her!

As in all my episodes, I pray for you at the end. It's my sincere hope that you'll walk away from the Restory Show changed and challenged.

The End

  • If this episode has literally knocked your socks off (sorry if your feet are now cold), would you please consider telling your friends and enemies and pets?
  • And leaving a review will help get the restory show in many more earbuds. Thanks in advance!
Dec 5, 2016

Jennifer Camp is a writer who has a sweet story to share about God's grace and healing after difficult choices. She's the voice behind Loop devotionals where she pours out her heart for women. You can subscribe here if you're interested. She's written a book called Breathing Eden that I had the privilege of reading and endorsing.

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How Our Stories Intersected

Jennifer and I have met via the Internets, and honestly I'm not exactly sure how we first "met" each other that way. But I can say I love her heart. I appreciate her honesty. And I love how she loves Jesus.

In this episode Jennifer shares about her high school years, how she lived a persona instead of living authentically, the choices she made in the aftermath of that kind of living, and how Jesus swooped in and renewed her story. She is quick to point out the beauty of God's grace.

As in all my episodes, I pray for you at the end. It's my sincere hope that you'll walk away from the Restory Show changed and challenged.

The End

  • If this episode has literally knocked your socks off (sorry if your feet are now cold), would you please consider telling your friends and enemies and pets?
  • And leaving a review will help get the restory show in many more earbuds. Thanks in advance!
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