Do you feel like there is something you are destined to do? Have you been through an experience where you have come out the other side victoriously?
Often our calling can be confused when we expect some big demonstrative event, like a light bulb moment that goes off. Often times it is things in our past that are the bread crumbs that show the path to our destiny.
Stephanie May Wilson shares her insights of how you can put the pieces together and find the clues that God is showing you, so you can step into His calling for you life.
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Stephanie May Wilson is an author, a podcaster, a speaker, and the go-to guide for 20 & 30-something women as they navigate their most important relationships. For almost a decade, Stephanie has mentored thousands of women as they cultivate healthy, thriving relationships with God, their friends, their significant others, their calling and their work, and with themselves.
Stephanie’s first book, The Lipstick Gospel, is a favorite of more than 60,000 women, and her podcast, Girls Night with Stephanie May Wilson has reached ½ million women so far, was featured by FabFitFun as one of their 5 favorite podcasts, and is regularly in the top 50 on the iTunes Religion & Spirituality charts.
Stephanie got her start as a writer when she packed up her backpack and traveled around the world for a year, keeping a blog of all of her adventures. She then served as Chief Storyteller for a multi-million dollar humanitarian organization, and then became the Editor-in-Chief of Venture Magazine.
Stephanie’s writing has been featured on NBC, CBS, the Anthropologie blog, and Relevant Magazine, and she’s been a long-time blog contributor for PBS, Darling Magazine, and the Christian Mingle blog.
When she’s not writing, speaking, or recording a podcast episode, Stephanie is usually packing for a global adventure with her husband Carl, laughing with her close tribe of girlfriends, or snuggled up in yoga pants in her Nashville home.