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Interview: How do you help others fall in love with God amidst anxiety and stress?

with Cheyenne Olson: discipling the next generation with passion in our current season

Season 1, episode 49
33 min / Published

Episode 49 - Stephanie welcomes her passionate friend Cheyenne to discuss how God calls us to disciple the next generation for Christ. We talk about college and high school students falling in love with God through Christ-centered discipleship and role-modeling, as well as pursuing our purpose to love others in His Name, especially when it is exhausting.

We also talk about how COVID season is affecting us right now, in exhaustion and anxiety: "we have the end of the story, and this is temporary. Jesus even warned us that we would have times like this." Yes!!!

Cheyenne Olson is a simple Minnesota girl, fueled by coffee with a side of chocolate. She loves being outside on, in, or by the lake with her family and is a complete plant nerd. But most notably, Cheyenne is passionate about Jesus and His Word and desires to ignite that passion in you and help strengthen your resolve to follow Him. She writes vulnerably, from her heart, about the experiences and lessons God has taught her along the way. She shares her highs and lows; victories and struggles in hopes to encourage you to grow your relationship with Jesus.

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This episode is part of the GUEST INTERVIEWS | Taste & See that the Lord is good series
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