Leaving a Legacy That Will Outlive You :: Chrystal Evans Hurst & Karris Fariss [EP50]
Gems of Motherhood
When people become parents planning for the future becomes a priority and requires a greater level of accountability, responsibility and wisdom. Today we’re going to be talking with mother-daughter Chrystal Evans Hurst and Kariss Farris about Leaving a Legacy that will Outlast You. Coming from a family with an incredible legacy, they both share examples of traditions and legacy inherited from their own parents and grandparents which have made tremendous differences in how they have raised their own children. Chrystal shares her personal experience concerning her modeling the character of excellence and how she sees the fruit in her children. She confesses that what she saw modeled for her helped her daughter Kariss in her adult life because she was equipped with tools for life. In turn, Kariss noted, “My mom and my grandmother and great grandmother did a really good job of not only telling me what to do but also grabbing my hands and showing me what to do. It has helped me to navigate my own life.”Chrystal also encourages us — moms — that when we work with our children we have to have a holy conviction. As she put it, this simply means that when we feel convicted about something which our children need, we pray and act on what it is that GOD places on our hearts to do for them. We might not get it right immediately or all the time, but if we do the best we can allowing the Holy Spirit to lead and convict we’ll be more than conquerors. Why? Because God loves our children more than we can love them. “I just have to do my job and realize that we’re all fallen. I’m not going to get it all right and know that God is going to catch whatever that I missed,” said Chrystal Chrystal and Kariss both share that who they are today is attributable to the legacy of their late mother and grandmother, Lois Evans. Her fingerprints are everywhere and her footprints are what mark the path for their own lives.
Are you suffering and struggling to pray? Chrystal Evans Hurst joins us on the podcast to talk about how we can bring our raw and honest prayers before the Lord even in the midst of deep pain. God calls us to pour out our hearts before Him, so join us in this conversation to learn what that looks like. Connect with us: www.dailygracepodcast.com www.thedailygraceco.com https://www.facebook.com/thedailygraceco/ https://www.instagram.com/thedailygraceco/ Questions? Email us! email@example.com _______ Resources mentioned in this episode: 28 Day Prayer Journey by Chrystal Evans Hurst A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman Scripture mentioned in this episode: Hebrews 11:1 Hebrews 4:14-15 Romans 8:26 Matthew 26:39 Romans 8:28 Psalm 107:2 Revelation 12:11 Psalm 145:17 Connect with us: Subscribe to Daily Grace: on iOS, go to our iTunes page and click subscribe. On Android, click this podcast RSS feed link and choose your podcast app. If needed, you can copy this link directly into your favorite podcast app (like Stitcher or Overcast). Or follow us on Spotify! We would love if you took a few minutes to leave us an iTunes review to help spread the word about Daily Grace! We want to invite more women into our conversations! Download The Daily Grace app: for iOS, click here to download. On Android, click here to download. Visit The Daily Grace Co. for beautiful products for the whole family that will equip you on your journey to knowing and loving God more. Subscribe to The Daily Grace Newsletter and receive free Bible study resources in your inbox. Like The Daily Grace Co. on Facebook. Follow on Instagram for the latest updates on the podcast and The Daily Grace Co. Engage with our Facebook community, “The Daily Grace Co. Community”. Read The Daily Grace blog for encouragement throughout the week that is steeped in biblical truths. Affiliate links used are used where appropriate. Thank you for supporting the products that support the production of this podcast! The opinions of guests on the Daily Grace podcast do not represent the opinions of The Daily Grace Co., and we do not necessarily endorse the resources that they recommend or mention on the show. We believe it is valuable to hear from a variety of guests, even if we do not agree in all areas. As always, the statements made by hosts and guests on the show should be tested against God's Word, the only authority on truth.
How do you recognize a toxic relationship? What do you do if you find yourself in one? What does it look like if you’re dating someone toxic? What about if you’re married to someone toxic? Today, I talk with Chrystal Hurst Evans about how to identify a toxic relationship, as well as steps to take to move yourself away from them. Whether single, married, dating, or somewhere in between — there’s a lesson for you in this episode! Tune in to this episode of the Love + Relationships Podcast and subscribe to the show by clicking on the button below, and leave us your rating and review! SUBSCRIBE AND LISTEN ON APPLE PODCASTS BY CLICKING HERE Additional Ways To Listen: STITCHER – SPOTIFY – GOOGLE PODCASTS – iHEART RADIO Connect with today’s sponsor: Start the New Year by getting healthy!!! Get matched with a licensed counselor who is also a believer in 24 hours, and start your online counseling experience today: https://getfaithful.com/debra Love + Relationships Podcast Notes: For other great episodes of the Love + Relationships Podcast check out: Spring: Is Your Relationship Growing? Summer Is When Things Get Hot: On Intimacy Colors of Fall: Questions To Ask Your Partner NOT Assume Winter: The frost of Apathy and How To Deal With It FREE QUIZ: IS YOUR RELATIONSHIP HEALTHY BOOKS BY DEBRA Debra’s New Book COMING MAY 2021!! PRE-ORDER TODAY!! And Check out Debra’s Love + Relationships Podcast on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts! DEBRA FILETA is a Licensed Professional Counselor, national speaker, relationship expert, and author of Choosing Marriage and True Love Dates, and Love In Every Season and Are You Really OK?. She’s also the host of the hotline style Love + Relationships Podcast. Her popular relationship advice blog, TrueLoveDates.com, reaches millions of people with the message of healthy relationships. Connect with her on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter or book an online session with her today!
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#505 Chrystal Evans Hurst: The 28 Day Prayer Journey
Revelation Wellness- Healthy & Whole
Chrystal Evans Hurst is an energetic, life-loving “girl-next-door” who loves encouraging others to fulfill their potential in Christ. With humor and vulnerability, Chrystal tells it like it is but does so with grace, integrity, and love. She is the best-selling author of She’s Still There and Kingdom Woman. You can find Chrystal regularly sharing encouragement via her podcasts and blogs, where she poignantly reflects on faith and speaks with frank honesty about the everyday experiences of women. In her new book, The 28-Day Prayer Journey: A Daily Guide to Conversations with God, Hurst leads readers on a journey to pray, bit by bit, day by day, to make regular, consistent, fervent prayer become less formidable and more integral to their daily lives. “The goal of this journey is for you to become addicted to your time with Jesus,” writes Hurst. “There are a lot of things you could be addicted to that will kill your spirit, harm your soul, or cripple your body, but talking to Jesus because you can’t imagine your life without Him— that will only give you life!” Each day on the 28-day journey, Hurst invites readers to pray, along with three short devotional readings—for the morning, afternoon, and evening—that cover the basic tenets of prayer. Readers are invited to journal their dialogue each day, and to reflect on their progress at the conclusion of each week. Chrystal firmly believes God’s promise in Jeremiah 29:11, “I know the plans that I have for you...” and she desires to help other women believe and apply that truth to their lives. You can find Chrystal sharing chronicles of the journey at ChrystalEvansHurst.com. Facebook: @ChrystalHurst Twitter: @ChrystalHurst Instagram: @ChrystalHurst
080 - A Helpful Guide for Consistent Prayers with Chrystal Evans Hurst
Work and Play with Nancy Ray
Today I'm talking with my friend, Chrystal Evans Hurst, and let me just say, this woman, I love her. She is a wife, a mama to five, a grandma of two. She's an encourager. She teaches people to love God, to love others, and to love themselves. Today we talk about prayer—specifically a seven-day rhythm that you can set for yourself—if you maybe feel stuck in a rut with your prayers, or like she talks about in our conversation, if you want to activate the voice of the Holy Spirit in your life to be more real, and fresh, and conversational. I feel like I just sat at the feet of a woman who I admire so much, who is a prayer warrior, and I got to learn from her, and I simply invite you to do the same today. For the full show notes, visit nancyray.com/podcast/80. Resources from this episode: The 28 Day Prayer Journey, by Chrystal Evans Hurst Chrystal’s Website Making Things Happen Fervent, by Priscilla Shirer War Room A Man Called Ove, by Fredrik Backman AquaNotes Affiliate links have been used in this post! I do receive a commission when you choose to purchase through these links, and that helps me keep this podcast up and running—I truly appreciate when you choose to use them!
Wisdom Only Prayer Can Bring: Chrystal Evans Hurst
Rhythms for Life
Often times, the fear of not knowing how to pray can be the very thing that turns us away. It can seem intimidating, but the reality is that there is no right way to pray. God wants to speak to you and hear from you in the same way that your friend or family member does. This conversation with Chrystal Evans Hurst reminds us just that. Chrystal encourages the listeners to start where you are and focus on just taking it one day at a time. Her new book "The 28-Day Prayer Journey" includes a step-by-step process on how to begin an intimate relationship with God through prayer. Chrystal is a deep well of knowledge and wisdom, and it is a gift for Gabe and Rebekah to have this conversation with her today.LINKS:Grab a copy of The 28-Day Prayer Journey here!Interested in attending the Renewal Retreat? Registration is available NOW here!Learn how to live more deeply in rhythm through Rebekah's latest book, Rhythms of Renewal.Thank you to this week's Rhythms for Life sponsor! The Balanced Life creates short, realistic Pilates workouts for busy women - that can be done from home, on your own time - and they only take 15 minutes. The FREE 5-day challenge kicks off on September 14! Join the challenge and sign up for a free trial here!
Graceologie #122 Chrystal Evans Hurst - 28 Day Prayer Journey
GRACEOLOGIE with Gwen Smith
So many of us long for a consistent prayer life yet we struggle with distractions, doubts, or even knowing where to start. Chrystal Evans Hurst joins me with practical help so you can experience the power of a personal practice of prayer. Take the FREE 5-Day Psalm Challenge at www.PsalmChallenge.com Episode show notes: www.gwensmith.net/graceologie/122 Graceologie on INSTA: @graceologie Graceologie on FB: www.facebook.com/graceologie Gwen on INSTA: @GwenSmithMusic Gwen on FB: www.facebook.com/GwenSmithMusic
CTLP Episode 179 - Persisting in Prayer with Chrystal Evans Hurst
Live Well Anyway
This week on Cultivating the Lovely, host MacKenzie Koppa chats with Chrystal Evans Hurst. Chrystal is a wife, mom and grandmother who ministers to women and writes in the margins whenever she can. Today’s episode is a conversation centered on prayer and Chrystal’s new book The 28-Day Prayer Journey. (Affiliate links are used in this content.) Chrystal talks about prayer in terms of prioritizing communication The goal of The 28-Day Prayer Journey as a way to build a habit and a relationship Taking time several times throughout the day to pray and talk with God Doing the thing you need to do in order to learn to love doing that You learn to communicate with God by communicating with God. Chrystal Evans Hurst The power of prayer to change how you interact with your family and friends How Chrystal decided what aspects of the practice of prayer to include in the book Dealing with disappointed hopes and unanswered prayers Choosing to believe even when you don’t understand God’s ways The effectiveness of journalling and writing down your prayers You have to do the work to build the relationship with God A typical day for Chrystal currently Current Lovelies- Chrystal: listening to music and burning candles to set a warm atmosphere Resources Mentioned- Books: The 28-Day Prayer Journey Movies: Pretty Woman Find Chrystal- You can find Chrystal on her website ChrystalEvansHurst.com. You can also follow her on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter. Find MacKenzie- You can find MacKenzie Koppa on Instagram, Facebook, and the CTL Facebook Group, of course! Join us on Patreon at Patreon.com/CultivatingtheLovely. Thanks to Our Sponsors- Today’s episode of Cultivating the Lovely is sponsored by Shapermint. Save an extra 10% on top of their already discounted prices at Shapermint.com/LOVELY when you use code LOVELY. Today’s episode of Cultivating the Lovely is sponsored by Magic Spoon Low Carb Cereal. Visit MagicSpoon.com/LOVELY to order a variety pack, and use code LOVELY get free shipping! This episode of Cultivating the Lovely is brought to you by Plan to Eat meal planning service.Visit PlanToEat.com/LOVELY to start your free 60-day trial instead of the normal 30-day trial. Today’s episode of Cultivating the Lovely is sponsored by Theragun. Try Theragun risk-free for 30 days with this special offer for CTL listeners. Go to Theragun.com/lovely to get your own Generation 4 Theragun today.