Timelapse | Katie Young {S5 E4}

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This week on the podcast we welcome Katie Young! Katie dives right in to share about the long, tough season she has been enduring with her marriage, but is hopeful of the new beginning that is coming. She tells of how the Word has become life-giving for her in the midst of it all.

When we met back up with Katie, additional new beginnings had occurred. Katie sold her home and moved into a new one, went through a time of loss of income, finalized her divorce, was promoted at work, and began to go after her dream even harder. Within this season, Katie has learned, “Stay still. God is faithful. Faith speaks.”

Katie wants to live in a world where all women are authentically walking in their calling and not afraid of their truth - whether it is good or bad - this would be a world where weekends are longer, calories don’t count, and single mothers have elastic arms. When she's not rolling on the floor playing with her four kiddos, checking emails, or teaching, you can find her hosting vision board parties, binge-watching Netflix, exercising, and taking long walks. 

Her favorite Scriptures are Habakkuk 2:2 “And the Lord answered me, and said, Write the vision, and make it plain upon tables, that he may run that readeth it” (KJV) and Colossians 3:23 “And whatsoever ye do, do it heartily, as to the Lord, and not unto men” (KJV).

Discover more about how you can host a vision board party and get more clarity on your vision and calling by contacting Katie at fuller.3207@gmail.com.

Podcast Navigation: 

01:00 Getting To Know Katie
04:00 Trust + Vulnerability
11:00 Anchor Scripture
17:00 Vision Board
25:00 Being A Teenage Mom
32:00 Seven months later…
41:00 Balancing
49:00 The Power Of Prayer
58:00 Praying For Her (Ex)Husband

On this episode, Bethany and Katie talk about the following references and resources:

*Reference Disclaimer: All references made by podcast guests are of their own accord. The inclusion of references and resources by guests on the podcast does not equate to an endorsement of those resources from Dayton Women in the Word.