In episode 73, Dr. Rick Chromey helps us tap into an oft-neglected opportunity for healing: validation. His journey took him from “pause for applause” to “well done, my good and faithful servant.”
Whether you are longing to be recognized, or to not be misrepresented, our desire for validation — external and internal — can become crippling. We talk about why we desire validation and how to find healing, all while an unexpected guest makes a cameo.
How has your desire for validation impacted your ability to trust God?
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The music in this episode is “You’ll walk, you’ll run” by Urban Doxology, from their amazing album “Bread for the Journey.”
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