Today on the All-Things Podcast Athena shares with us who won the Selah Awards.

Sara Cormany loves to see the grace of God in the messiest of life. She is wife to one sweet guy and mom to four messy, beautiful kids. Her most recent book, Born Beautiful, guides mons and daughters though a God breathed conversation on beauty and identity. Connect with Sara at SaraCormany.com.

Christina Custodio is a wife and mother of three. She is founder of Agapeland Ministries, dedicated to inspiring women to find joy regardless of their circumstance. Christina is the author of Too Much Cream in My Coffee, a When God Changed His mind. Visit Christina at ChristinaCustodio.com

Carol Tetzlaff loves studying God’s Word and is devoted to using writing and teaching to spread the gospel. She has written numerous studies for women, including studies on the book of Romans, the book of Joshua, David and the psalms, as well as an advent devotional. Carol is dedicated to a life of ministry and teaches Bible studies, speaks at retreats and special events, and mentors women of all ages. She has served as both the women’s ministry director and the creative arts director at Mesa Baptist Church in Arizona, where she created dynamic experiences for meeting God. https://www.caroltetzlaff.com/

A native of Western Washington, Thomas Gregory Stewart has enjoyed a thirty-five-year career as a chemical engineer at the Boeing Company, where his work focuses primarily on eliminating carcinogens from the workplace. But his true calling is to advocate for how trusting in God can sustain us through life’s trials. Drawing from his own hardships and healing, Tom’s life mission is to bring hope to the hopeless.  For review copies and media interviews, contact Tom Stewart: thomas.g.stewart@boeing.com


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