Christine talks with singer/songwriter Caroline Cobb about how she uses her voice and creative talents to serve God and others. Caroline shares how she begin writing songs and taking the huge risk of playing them for others. She also talks about the temptations that lay like landmines in any type of service that puts you up in front of others–things like comparison, envy, isolation, and control. Though we may not all be songwriters like her, Caroline helps us see how even the little things we do everyday matter in the Kingdom of God.
LINKS FROM THE SHOW
White Rock Fellowship // "There is a Mountain" // "Only the Sick Need a Physician" // Caroline's music on iTunes // Follow Caroline on Spotify
Thank you to Baker Books for sponsoring today's episode! Find Sarah Beth Marr's new book, Whispers and Wildflowers: 30 Days to Slow Your Pace, Savor Scripture, and Draw Closer to God on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or Christianbook.com. Visit sarahbethmarr.com for more information.
Past Episodes of By Faith Mentioned in this Episode
Zach Eswine on our Inconsolable Things // Sara Hagerty on Discouragement in Parenting // Kelly Needham on Healthy and Unhealthy Friendship // Shauna Pilgreen on Loving Our Non-Christian Neighbors
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Artwork for By Faith created by Reed Harmon
Published March 5, 2019