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Episode 42: PAUSE for an INTERVIEW with Amy Carroll Permission to Pause with Pat Layton

    • Christianity

Join me for a short chat with Amy Carroll--Speaker, Writer, Ministry and Business leader as she shares how she PROTECT HER PAUSE for a stronger walk with Jesus.

"Everybody has two sides. There’s my professional side where I speak for Proverbs 31 Ministries and write books. To learn about my speaking and writing, you can read her professional bio.
But here, I want to get to know you, and I want you to know the everyday me. This is the real scoop: These days, I feel God calling me to use my voice for Him in winsome, compelling ways, and I’m learning. Because He’s been directing my life since I was ten, I trust Him to faithfully show me my next step.

The goofiest things make me laugh. British comedy, my sons’ corny jokes, and my husband’s play on words all crack me up.

I’m scared of bouncing a check, closed-in places, and pictures that show my double chin.

Almost anything makes me cry. I cry when I’m happy, sad, moved (even by Hallmark commercials), or in awe of something God has done. I don’t think on my feet well at all.  I get a joke a day late, and it takes me two weeks to think of the perfect comeback."

Amy’s committed to opening up her whole life– the good, bad and ugly—to teach what she’s learned in pursuit of applying God’s Word.  She loves teaching Scripture in all its unvarnished glory, while sharing God’s big truths in small, understandable bites.

Amy has a new book coming out: Esther: Seeing Our Invisible God in an Uncertain World.

You can contact Amy here.

Join me for a short chat with Amy Carroll--Speaker, Writer, Ministry and Business leader as she shares how she PROTECT HER PAUSE for a stronger walk with Jesus.

"Everybody has two sides. There’s my professional side where I speak for Proverbs 31 Ministries and write books. To learn about my speaking and writing, you can read her professional bio.
But here, I want to get to know you, and I want you to know the everyday me. This is the real scoop: These days, I feel God calling me to use my voice for Him in winsome, compelling ways, and I’m learning. Because He’s been directing my life since I was ten, I trust Him to faithfully show me my next step.

The goofiest things make me laugh. British comedy, my sons’ corny jokes, and my husband’s play on words all crack me up.

I’m scared of bouncing a check, closed-in places, and pictures that show my double chin.

Almost anything makes me cry. I cry when I’m happy, sad, moved (even by Hallmark commercials), or in awe of something God has done. I don’t think on my feet well at all.  I get a joke a day late, and it takes me two weeks to think of the perfect comeback."

Amy’s committed to opening up her whole life– the good, bad and ugly—to teach what she’s learned in pursuit of applying God’s Word.  She loves teaching Scripture in all its unvarnished glory, while sharing God’s big truths in small, understandable bites.

Amy has a new book coming out: Esther: Seeing Our Invisible God in an Uncertain World.

You can contact Amy here.

16 min