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Seeking Out Goodness Series: Finding good in the hard with Lisa Whittle

Seeking out goodness is a discipline on ordinary days, but it is even more important in hard seasons of life. Joining us in the Seeking Out Goodness series is Lisa Whittle, author of The Hard Good.

Lisa knows the pain of loss and can relate to resisting change. Yes she also talks about the sadness that accompanies our unwillingness to accept the present and adapt. She encourages looking for love rather than the let down, and seeking contentment in the small.

If you are in a season of hard, loss, or change, you will love the wisdom poured out in this episode.

You can connect with Lisa Whittle on her website or Instagram.

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