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Hey Sister! How to Create Home Wherever You Are

Are you someone who has to move a lot because of a job?  Or maybe you are a military family who has to continually plant, and then uproot.  Or maybe you have recently made a decision to move because you want to be closer to family or friends.  Whatever the reason, today on Hey Sister! we are discussing how to create home wherever you are — whether you are choosing the place, or it’s being chosen for you.

My guest today is Bekah Di Felice.  After years of moving as a military family, Bekah decided to write about her journey to create home amidst the transience in her new book, Almost There: Searching For Home in a Life On The Move. We talk about how we create a new definition of home, what it means to be a pursuer of people, what the first thing is that a person should do when moving into a new house, and practical ways we can make a new geographical location feel more familiar.

We also touch on how people can help others create a sense of home who are moving into their area.  Too often, when we are the ones who are rooted in a place, we forget to keep reaching out and inviting others into our comfortable circles.

This interview will offer fresh inspiration as you strive to make home wherever you are!

Further connect with Bekah on her website or on her Facebook or Instagram feed @bekahdifelice

You can listen to my conversation with Bekah on iTunes here.

Here are some things you heard on the show:

Almost There:  Searching for Home On A Life On The Move





Jeremiah 29:7  “Also, seek the peace and prosperity of the city to which I have carried you into exile. Pray to the Lord for it, because if it prospers, you too will prosper.”

The Turquoise Table: Kristin Schell

Galatians 6:9:  “Let us not grow weary in doing good for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up.”



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