The Struggle Well Project

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#154: Surrender, Suffering and Community with Shannan Martin

Wouldn’t it be amazing if life didn’t include loss? Sometimes we love things so much the idea of letting them go feels like it might be the end of us. If you are walking through a season of surrender (voluntary or forced) or if this season has been one of suffering for you, you’re going to find comfort in Shannan’s story. If you long for a community but don’t know how to get it, you are in for a treat with this episode as well! Shannan has a compelling story of how she has formed a rag tag group of family-turned-friends. I got so much out of this conversation and I know you will too!

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What we chat about:

  • when struggles with infertility don’t result in the birth of a child

  • Shannan’s story of how God rescued her from the life she wanted

  • building community with people who are unlike you

  • why we should make being around people who make us uncomfortable a priority

  • maintaining hope when you see people in your community repeat harmful patterns

  • the power of simply showing up

Links mentioned:

The Ministry of Ordinary Places
Falling Free
Ugly Delicious

Connect with Shannan:

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