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15: 3 People and 3 Habits to Advance Your Calling

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In this episode of “At This Table,” hosts Carol and Athena welcome international speaker and award-winning author, Erica Wiggenhorn. Erica shares how everyone needs three specific people and three powerful habits to support you in walking out your calling.

Key Topics Discussed:

    • Three indispensable lifesaving, absolutely need them in your life type of people.
    • How these three people also represent three habits that we want to have if we’re going to pursue God’s calling in our lives.
    • Spoiler alert: The three people are … Barnabas, John-Mark & Paul.
    • Each of these people have both strengths and weaknesses.
    • How the world measures success vs compared to how God measures success.

Conclusion: And that wraps up today’s episode of “At This Table.” We hope you found Erica Wiggenhorn’s insights on the three essential people and habits to advance your calling as enlightening and inspiring as we did. Remember, having a Barnabas, John-Mark, and Paul in your life can profoundly impact your journey.

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Tune in to next week’s episode where Carol & Athena dive into the book Joshua!

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