Learning to Live Freely and Lightly, with Emily Lex
Emily Lex – watercolor artist and popular blogger, (who also happens to live in my hometown of Gig Harbor, Wa!) joins me today for a candid conversation about her journey from insecurity and anxiety, to quiet confidence and peace. Facing many of the emotions and struggles common to all of us, Emily found the reward of a renewed sense of identity and strength.
This conversation inspired me so much, and I think you’ll find so many golden nuggets that will bless you, wherever you are in your faith and personal journey!
Truth for Today Cards for Kids
(*memorizable Scripture on the cutest watercolor cards!– I adore these!)
Find Emily on Instagram @emilylexstudio
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About Emily Lex (and family… 😉)
Emily Lex is a watercolor artist, longtime blogger, and the author of Freely and Lightly. She has been featured on HGTV and in Better Homes and Gardens and The Magnolia Journal. Emily’s desire is to shine a light on the beauty, goodness, and truth all around us so that we might see more clearly who God is and who we are. She resides outside the Seattle, Washington area with her husband and four children. Visit EmilyLex.com.
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