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Releasing Pressure From Your Life

by | Mon, Mar 22 2021

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In today’s world, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the pressure of expectations and obligations surrounding home life, family, work, church, or friends.

In this Focus on the Family podcast (video and audio options above), Amy Carroll and Cheri Gregory team up to bring hope and help to women who are running on empty. Women in particular are putting more and more pressure on themselves in an effort to keep up and please others. It’s easy to lose sight of who God designed women to be and what their lives should be like.

Amy and Cheri help women lose the ill-fitting roles they’ve been trying to fill, love their God-given gifts, and live in a way that truly matters.

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Focus on the Family provides relevant, practical support to help families thrive in every stage of life.  Listen to their daily radio show weekdays on Vision. Find your local times here.

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