Shaniee Kennedy’s Testimony and What It Means to Walk By Faith (Part 3) – Notes From Her
Welcome back to part three of MOC #10 Shaniee Kennedy’s interview in our COVID Self-Isolation Series!Are you struggling and looking for that light at the end of the tunnel? Listen to hear episode discuss her testimony and faith in God. It’s no secret that her and I are both Christ believers and Christ followers, so we have an honest conversation unpacking what it’s like to live a life by faith and not by sight, especially with the extremely tough times we are currently living in. Join us as Shaniee also shares how she uses her talents to serve others which ultimately serve God. Psalm 23 is one of my favorite verses. Read it HEREFollow Shaniee on Instagram @shanieedepp and her Four Play Clarinet group @fourplayclarinetNotes From Her now has a YouTube channel and website! Subscribe to Notes From Her on YouTube for fun teaser videos to each episode by CLICKING HERE. Visit notesfromher.com to access episodes, blogs, resources, pictures, and more all about Notes From Her! Follow Notes From Her on Instagram by CLICKING HERE Follow Notes From Her on Twitter by CLICKING HERE Like Notes From Her on Facebook by CLICKING HERE Follow me on Instagram and Twitter @xoxochimilcaStay musical, STAY SAFE, and stay empowered. Instacart – Groceries delivered in as little as 1 hour. Free delivery on your first order over $35.Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.
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