Episode 121: A House God is Building with Meshali Mitchell

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Today on the show I am speaking with a friend you most likely already know from her one of a kind portrait photography work with some of your favorite authors, speakers, musicians. Maybe she shot a wedding you attended or you read an article featuring her 1886 farmhouse?

Arkansas native, Texas resident, Meshali Mitchell is a portrait artist, lover of people, and a story teller. She owns and operates Meshali Mitchell Photo that takes her all over the world capturing authentic, moments. You must observe her portfolio, clearly, she has an anointed gift in honoring God and people with her camera lens. 

May 2018, Meshali purchased an 1886 farmhouse and began documenting restorative process, noticing how closely it paralleled her personal story of restoration. This project and movement, “A House God is Building”, is now being carried across the nation into hearts of people who desperately need to be reminded of the restorative, transforming power of Christ’s love.  

You are going to love this conversation covering fun Tractor Supply fashion finds, the book writing process, and practical ways to help you honor God through your home! Meshali’s becoming story is not just hers but yours too. From broken to beautiful, beauty from ashes, nothing too far beyond God’s reach. Each us are in desperate need everyday for healing and restoration in our lives. 

Links from today’s show…

Meshali Mitchell

“An 1886 Victorian Home Takes on a Modern Farmhouse Feel” by Lindsey Swedick on Front + Main, a blog from West Elm

Tractor Supply

Orscheln Farm and Home

Wrangler Women’s Denim Shirt 

Praying Women: How to Pray When You Don’t Know What to Say by Sheila Walsh

Abide – Bible and Sleep Meditation

Soaking in His Presence

Alabaster by Sherwin-Williams

Mark Chapter 8

Share Your Story – Become a SWY Sponsor

How to Podcast With Kohlie Browning

Music, “Where the Light Dances” by Yamaree

“Wrong” by Dan Henig

“Jindupe” by Lauren Dunski

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