The Way Home: Kristen Wetherell on fighting an unhealthy sense of fear
Fear has been an ever-present part of our lives in 2020. It’s true that we have a lot of things to fear – the COVID-19 virus, economic shutdowns, unrest, racism, and more – but Christians are often tempted to give way to an unhealthy sense of fear. Kristen Wetherell joins me on The Way Home podcast to talk about her book, Fight Your Fears, how fear has played out in her own life, and what encouragement she has for people going through this interesting and difficult year.
Guest Biography: Kristen Wetherell is a wife, mother, and writer. She is the author of Fight Your Fears: Trusting God’s Character and Promises When You Are Afraid, co-author of the award-winning book Hope When It Hurts: Biblical Reflections to Help You Grasp God’s Purpose in Your Suffering, and editor of 12 Faithful Women: Portraits of Steadfast Endurance. She has contributed to several compilation books and writes regularly for digital publications such as The Gospel Coalition, Revive Our Hearts, and Unlocking the Bible.
Kristen also enjoys teaching God’s Word to women of local churches. She and her husband, Brad, live in Chicagoland, are members of The Orchard, and are parents to Joanna and John. You can connect with Kristen on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
Latest Book: Fight Your Fears: Trusting God’s Character and Promises When You Are Afraid
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