Welcome to the She Chose Hope POD. We’re officially friends now and here - there is space and grace to ask your tough questions, be encouraged by the stories of others, and be empowered in our sometimes messy and sometimes confusing pursuit of Jesus. So pull up a seat, there is a spot saved here at the table for you.
Does our Suffering and Grief have a Purpose?
Does suffering have a role in our lives as believers? How do we navigate grief? Does grief mean we do not have enough faith? In this episode, Certified Mental Health Coach Jen Roland joins us to unpack the topics of grief and suffering.
Is Peace Possible When Peace Doesn't Make Sense?
In this episode, Cassidy talks about whether or not we are able to have peace like Jesus. Is this unrealistic? Is it a promise? What about whenever our lives are turned upside down - how does the peace of Jesus apply in the middle of the hard?
When We Feel Too Small To Chase Our God-Sized Dreams
In this episode, Monet Carpenter and I chat about entrepreneurship, how God unexpectedly changes our paths, and what it looks like to show up in courage even when w feel too small to chase our God-sized dreams.
A Conversation About Modesty & Sexuality Christian Women Need To Have
In this episode, Jenny and I are talking about God's heart behind modesty and biblical sexuality. Together, we unpack the impact of purity culture, legalism within the church, and whether modesty as a tool for keeping guys from lusting misses the heart of the Gospel.
Navigating Friendships through Chronic Illness, Grief, and Loss
In this episode, author and conference host Sara Willoughby sits down with us to talk about navigating friendships through chronic illness, grief, and loss.
For The Girl Who Doesn't Feel Wonderfully Made
In this episode, Shelby and I are having an honest conversation about body image, eating disorders, and infertility.
Refreshing, Full of Hope & Christ-Centered
Cassidy has such a gentle, loving heart for Jesus and it shines through in everything she does. The She Chose Hope podcast is an amazing resource for woman, and it has been such a blessing to listen to. In addition to serving God, a lot of the guests have chronic illness which makes this podcast even more relatable.
Cassidy and her guests have such a passion for Jesus, and it’s inspiring to witness. Each conversation is so honest and faith-filled. I’ve learned so much already. I highly recommend the She Chose Hope podcast! Put your earbuds in and prepare to walk away with a refreshed perspective and a desire to dig deeper into scripture.
Cassidy— keep being you! 💕