In this episode, Havilah Cunnington and Mercy Lokulutu have a very vulnerable conversation on racial reconciliation. Mercy brings a fresh perspective to the conversation on racial injustice in the United States. Originally from Nigeria, married with three children and has a Master’s in psychiatry, Mercy shares how to embrace mourning and grief while clinging to…

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In this episode, I am vulnerably sharing my process of learning to radically love and accept myself. I’ve had the same body my whole life but I cannot say I have always LOVED and accepted it. It took some hard seasons and lessons to recognize the areas self-rejection can hide. Tune in to learn of…

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In this episode, I’m talking about the very real and raw journey quarantine has been. I sharing how I have walked through the last several weeks and my process with the Lord. Since the start of this journey I’ve been reminded of the Israelites story and how when there is no way, God makes a…

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In this episode, Havilah and her husband Ben discuss something that has been impacting a massive number of lives on a global scale. The simple truth is this; God wastes nothing. He doesn’t allow something to happen without having a purpose around it. Not that he initiates it, but he allows it and turns everything…

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All growth starts at baseline. It’s often the incremental growth that causes us to become who we want to be and who we are called to be. In this podcast, we’ll be discussing subtle shifts for radical change. “I Should” is based in shame and it doesn’t allow us to be in the process. It…

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At some point in our lives, all of us have dealt with guilt. It can seem to be the best motivator, but also the greatest drain in our lives. In this episode, Havilah talks about the different reasons why we feel guilt and how we can grow and learn from our conviction instead of being…

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