When do you feel like your girl had the most hope and expectation?

Stuck in a trailer house, living in poverty, and a college dropout, Candace Payne, famously known as Chewbacca Mom, knows what it means to seemingly move from one stagnant situation to another.

Candace shares the memory of going back to her 4-year-old self and recalling what that girl wanted. In doing so, her eyes were opened to how God had designed her and she had complete clarity as to what she was supposed to do in this world.

In this episode, Candice talks about discovering and uncovering the joy of her life, speaking life to dead situations, and our heart’s longing to find and embrace hope.

Most of us know Candace from her unforgettable moment of hysterical laughter. I hope that as you listen to our dialogue you see her as the girl who, like many of us, has had to push through one situation after another holding on to hope and laughter. I pray that as you hear a small portion of her story, you are reminded that the girl you always wanted to be or never thought you could be, she’s still there.

Highlight from Today’s Episode:

  • Dealing with depression and body image issues
  • The importance of laughter and joy
  • Retraining your mind by speaking well to and of yourself

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  1. When do you feel like your girl had the most hope and expectation?
  2. Who holds the key to the shackles that you find yourself in? What can you do to release those shackles?
  3. When is the last time you had a really good laugh? What simple joy do you need to make time for today?

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