Episode 127 • Kim Walker-Smith: Living Authentically & Staying True To Your Process

  • Written By 
  • Libby Lewis

Walking through tragedy, suffering, desert seasons, whatever difficulty it may be, it is a painful process. What does it look like to do it well & come out healed and whole?

In this episode, we sit down with Kim Walker-Smith to discuss what she’s discovered, leads to life in coming out of a desert season. We also hear about key things she’s gleaned about parenting in a lifestyle of ministry.

Kim is such a deep well & this is an episode that pours out from the fountain of wisdom that she carries.

Mentioned in the Episode

Kim’s New Album “Wild Heart


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