Persuasion 214 | Interlude


In the last episode, Erin and Hannah discussed the hurdles and struggles we face in our attempts to cultivate goodness, finding another point of shared experience in the brokenness of the world.

In keeping with that conversation, we’re taking a brief Interlude from our larger series, Finding Common Ground, and invite you to listen in as Hannah Anderson reads an excerpt from her recently released book, Turning of Days: Lessons from Nature, Season, and Spirit. 

“How does one live in this place between longing and fulfillment? How do you dare to hope when the world is so harsh and cares nothing for your good work? How can you sustain hope in the face of it all? How can you not be chilled until your heart slowly freezes over?”

Keep the conversation going on Twitter @PersuasionCAPC or in the CAPC members-only community on Facebook.


This episode of Persuasion is sponsored in part by LifeWay’s Christian Standard Bible, a translation that presents the truth of God’s Word with accuracy and clarity. The CSB equips today’s readers for lifelong discipleship with hundreds of designs to choose from at CSBible.com.


Your Hosts

Erin Straza: Web / Twitter Hannah Anderson: Web / Twitter

Persuasion 214 Resources & Links

TURNING OF DAYS: LESSONS FROM NATURE, SEASON, AND SPIRIT

Did you enjoy this episode of Persuasion? Give the entire series a listen!

Persuasion 209 | Finding Common Ground

Persuasion 210 | Dust to Dust

Persuasion 211 | Universal Language, with James Beitler and Richard Gibson

Persuasion 212 | Garden Variety, with Sarah Pabody

Persuasion 213 | Survival Instinct

Theme music by Maiden Name. Produced by Jonathan Clauson.


Sponsorship Details

This episode of Persuasion is sponsored in part by LifeWay’s Christian Standard Bible. If you are interested in sponsoring an episode of Persuasion, please email us for available packages and rates.


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