REPLAY: Lysa Terkeurst

Jul 6, 2021


Join me for this replay as I talk with the best-selling author, speaker, and president of Proverbs 31 Ministries, Lysa TerKeurst.

Lysa walks through her earliest days as a speaker and shares a powerful story of how an audience of six people was pivotable in her speaking ministry.

Lysa brings wisdom and humor when she reminds us that lipliner is never a replacement for eyeliner, and y’all do NOT want to miss this story!

Highlights are:

– When did Lysa start speaking and why (2:33)
– Something that stands out to Lysa’s earliest days of speaking (6:34)
– Lysa shares about writing her book, “Forgiving What You Can’t Forget.” (25:20)
– The message of Lysa’s heart (28:00)
– One last thought (28:33)

I love having this replay for y’all today. Nothing better than being reminded that a pivotal moment can happen in a crowd of six. Come and continue the conversation in my Facebook group. I’d love to hear about the pivotal moment for you.

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Connect with Lisa

Lysa’s website

Compel training

Proverbs 31 Ministries

Lysa’s book – Forgiving What You Can’t Forget

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Meet My Guest

Lysa Terkeurst

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