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How do you thrive and flourish in a storm? By holding onto truth and embracing the hope that keeps us anchored. Join me as we gather with friends and gain insight from stories that will help to grow our faith so we can become resilient and strong.

Soul Anchor Cynthia Cavanaugh

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 5.0 • 9 Ratings

How do you thrive and flourish in a storm? By holding onto truth and embracing the hope that keeps us anchored. Join me as we gather with friends and gain insight from stories that will help to grow our faith so we can become resilient and strong.

    77. Summer Porch Series in Psalms: Psalm 66 Come and See What God Has Done!

    77. Summer Porch Series in Psalms: Psalm 66 Come and See What God Has Done!

    Welcome back to the Summer Porch Series in Psalms. One of my favorite places is the Southern part of the United States where porches are big and wide and sitting outside is a southern past time with a big glass of sweet tea! This summer, I want you to think of us sitting on a porch in a cozy chair or swing and reading the Psalms together and talking to God through prayer. I am hoping we can slow down long enough breathe in the hallowed words he’s given to us—stopping long enough to savor them and gain courage and strength for the next moments whatever that might be. I invite you to join me each week as I read one of my favorites, sharing a little of why it is meaningful and then praying a portion of the Psalm over all of us. My prayer is when we get up from the porch we will feel renewed and refreshed.

    In this last episode in our Summer Porch Series in Psalm, it's time to celebrate and invite others to see what God has done in our life! 

    If you aren’t yet a part of the community I encourage you to join us! Visit: www.thesoulanchor.com

    Come and hear, all you who fear God, and I will tell what he has done for my soul. Psalm 66:16


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    • 12 min
    76. Summer Porch Series in Psalms: Psalm 57 Mercy in the Cave of Despair

    76. Summer Porch Series in Psalms: Psalm 57 Mercy in the Cave of Despair

    Welcome back to the Summer Porch Series in Psalms. One of my favorite places is the Southern part of the United States where porches are big and wide and sitting outside is a southern past time with a big glass of sweet tea! This summer, I want you to think of us sitting on a porch in a cozy chair or swing and reading the Psalms together and talking to God through prayer. I am hoping we can slow down long enough breathe in the hallowed words he’s given to us—stopping long enough to savor them and gain courage and strength for the next moments whatever that might be. I invite you to join me each week as I read one of my favorites, sharing a little of why it is meaningful and then praying a portion of the Psalm over all of us. My prayer is when we get up from the porch we will feel renewed and refreshed.

    In this episode, we find our friend David hiding in a cave to escape Saul. He teaches us that it is God's steadfast love and faithfulness that can sustain us in the middle of our mess. 

    If you aren’t yet a part of the community I encourage you to join us as I will be sending out a few emails to encourage you through the summer. To join visit www.thesoulanchor.com

    Be merciful to me, oh God, be merciful to me, for in you my soul takes refuge; in the shadow your wings I will take refuge, till the storms of destruction pass by. Psalm 57:1


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    • 10 min
    75. Summer Porch Series in Psalms: Psalm 55 Friends, Betrayal, and a Faithful God

    75. Summer Porch Series in Psalms: Psalm 55 Friends, Betrayal, and a Faithful God

    Welcome back to the Summer Porch Series in Psalms. One of my favorite places is the Southern part of the United States where porches are big and wide and sitting outside is a southern past time with a big glass of sweet tea! This summer, I want you to think of us sitting on a porch in a cozy chair or swing and reading the Psalms together and talking to God through prayer. I am hoping we can slow down long enough breathe in the hallowed words he’s given to us—stopping long enough to savor them and gain courage and strength for the next moments whatever that might be. I invite you to join me each week as I read one of my favorites, sharing a little of why it is meaningful and then praying a portion of the Psalm over all of us. My prayer is when we get up from the porch we will feel renewed and refreshed.

    Have you ever felt betrayed by a close friend? In this episode, David shows us through his prayer his angst over the betrayal of his companions and how God is the only one who can redeem our pain and hurt. 

    Follow Cynthia for On the Road with the Godly Kings happening now! Text ROADTRIP to 33777 to join in on the adventure! 

    If you aren’t yet a part of the community I encourage you to join us as I will be sending out a few emails to encourage you through the summer. To join visit www.thesoulanchor.com

    He redeems my soul in safety from the battle that I wage. Psalm 55:18a


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    • 11 min
    74. Summer Porch Series in Psalms: Psalm 42

    74. Summer Porch Series in Psalms: Psalm 42

    Welcome back to the Summer Porch Series in Psalms. One of my favorite places is the Southern part of the United States where porches are big and wide and sitting outside is a southern past time with a big glass of sweet tea! This summer, I want you to think of us sitting on a porch in a cozy chair or swing and reading the Psalms together and talking to God through prayer. I am hoping we can slow down long enough breathe in the hallowed words he’s given to us—stopping long enough to savor them and gain courage and strength for the next moments whatever that might be. I invite you to join me each week as I read one of my favorites, sharing a little of why it is meaningful and then praying a portion of the Psalm over all of us. My prayer is when we get up from the porch we will feel renewed and refreshed.

    In this episode, we find a lament of a soul in discouragement. David reminds us that even in a time of despair we can look to God who is our hope and He pours HIs steadfast love over us! 

    UPCOMING EVENT:

    Don't want to miss....On the Road with The Godly Kings! Cynthia and her cousin Andrea, will be traveling to five southern states bringing the message of The Godly Kings of Judah: Faithful Living for Lasting Influence. August 11-29th. Text ROADTRIP to 33777 to join in on the fun, giveaways, rest stop prayers, sneak previews of events and more!  Receive a free PDF of a chapter preview when you join the road trip.

    If you aren’t yet a part of the community I encourage you to join us as I will be sending out a few emails to encourage you through the summer. To join visit www.thesoulanchor.com

    By day the Lord commands his steadfast love, and at night his song is with me, a prayer to the God of my life. Psalm 42:8


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    • 8 min
    73. Summer Porch Series in Psalms: Psalm 30 - Joy Comes in the Morning, I Promise!

    73. Summer Porch Series in Psalms: Psalm 30 - Joy Comes in the Morning, I Promise!

    Welcome back to the Summer Porch Series in Psalms. One of my favorite places is the Southern part of the United States where porches are big and wide and sitting outside is a southern past time with a big glass of sweet tea! This summer, I want you to think of us sitting on a porch in a cozy chair or swing and reading the Psalms together and talking to God through prayer. I am hoping we can slow down long enough breathe in the hallowed words he’s given to us—stopping long enough to savor them and gain courage and strength for the next moments whatever that might be. I invite you to join me each week as I read one of my favorites, sharing a little of why it is meaningful and then praying a portion of the Psalm over all of us. My prayer is when we get up from the porch we will feel renewed and refreshed.

    In this episode, we discuss how Psalm 30 gives us hope that when we are in a dark season, God promises there will be joy. 

    UPCOMING EVENT:

    You can still join us...On the Road with The Godly Kings! Cynthia and her cousin Andrea, are traveling to five southern states bringing the message of The Godly Kings of Judah: Faithful Living for Lasting Influence. August 11-29th. Text ROADTRIP to 33777 to join in on the fun, giveaways, rest stop prayers, sneak previews of events and more!  Receive a free PDF of a chapter preview when you join the road trip.

    If you aren’t yet a part of the community I encourage you to join us as I will be sending out a few emails to encourage you through the summer. To join visit www.thesoulanchor.com

    Weeping may tarry for the night, but joy comes in the morning. Psalm 30:5b


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    • 11 min
    72. Summer Porch Series: Psalm 25 - A God You Can Trust

    72. Summer Porch Series: Psalm 25 - A God You Can Trust

    Welcome back to the Summer Porch Series in Psalms. One of my favorite places is the Southern part of the United States where porches are big and wide and sitting outside is a southern past time with a big glass of sweet tea! This summer, I want you to think of us sitting on a porch in a cozy chair or swing and reading the Psalms together and talking to God through prayer. I am hoping we can slow down long enough breathe in the hallowed words he’s given to us—stopping long enough to savor them and gain courage and strength for the next moments whatever that might be. I invite you to join me each week as I read one of my favorites, sharing a little of why it is meaningful and then praying a portion of the Psalm over all of us. My prayer is when we get up from the porch we will feel renewed and refreshed.

    In this episode, we learn all the ways David tells us we can count on God and how much we can trust Him, even when we feel lonely and sad over our circumstances. God promises that our soul can "abide in well-being" as we lean into God and experience His offer of friendship. 

    UPCOMING EVENT:

    Don't want to miss....On the Road with The Godly Kings! Cynthia and her cousin Andrea, will be traveling to five southern states bringing the message of The Godly Kings of Judah: Faithful Living for Lasting Influence. August 11-29th. Text ROADTRIP to 33777 to join in on the fun, giveaways, rest stop prayers, sneak previews of events and more!  Receive a free PDF of a chapter preview when you join the road trip.

    If you aren’t yet a part of the community I encourage you to join us as I will be sending out a few emails to encourage you through the summer. To join visit www.thesoulanchor.com

    He leads the humble in what is right, and teaches the humble his way. All the paths of the Lord are steadfast love and faithfulness. Psalm 25:9,10a


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    • 12 min

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