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Shalom Sistas

Shalom Sistas is a podcast hosted by Osheta Moore—a wifey, writer, entrepreneur, and mom who loves to talk Shalom with her favorite women, her Shalom Sistas. While Shalom is often thought of as another word for peace, it’s actually a deep and wide concept of the world as it should be— whole, flourishing, and vibrant. Being a Shalom Sista is as simple as seeing a need in the world and asking "how can I help?" Every episode, Osheta will introduce a Shalom Sista who asked that very question to share her story and give practical advice that will inspire and encourage women to be wholehearted and seek wholeness in the world right around her. We don’t’ get preachy here, but we do get personal, practical, and at times, a little playful!
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Apr 6, 2018

Hey Sistas,

 

 

Here are three things you need to know about today's episode.

 

1: Jerusalem Greer and I have a much needed conversation on the difference between routines to get stuff done and rhythms that give us life.  We used Matthew 11:28-30 The Message (MSG)  as our guide:

 “Are you tired? Worn out? Burned out on religion? Come to me. Get away with me and you’ll recover your life. I’ll show you how to take a real rest. Walk with me and work with me—watch how I do it. Learn the unforced rhythms of grace. I won’t lay anything heavy or ill-fitting on you. Keep company with me and you’ll learn to live freely and lightly.” 

 

 

2: We're praying for each other in the Shalom Sistas Hangout and Newsletter. Click the links to join and get your prayer on.

 

3: We have five questions we consider to create shalom in our schedules:

Is this a stress-inducing routine or a life-giving rhythm?

What will bring me into a resting heartbeat? 

What will bring wholeness? 

Does this rhythm reflect who God made me to be or who I think I should be? 

If someone tries to challenge the decisions I make to support my rhythm, can I advocate for it 

If someone tries to challenge the decisions I make to support my rhythm, can I advocate for it 

 

 

 

Two Important Reminders:

 

1: We’re going weekly now, so make sure to leave your five star reviews so people can find the podcast every week. My favorite five star review came from Emmalouie21 :

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Here’s the quick step by step for leaving an iTunes review:

 

  • How to leave an iTunes rating or review for a podcast from your iPhone or iPad • Launch Apple's Podcast app.
  • Tap the Search tab.
  • Enter “Shalom Sistas”.
  • Tap the blue Search key at the bottom right.
  • Tap the album art for the podcast.
  • Tap the Reviews tab.
  • Tap Write a Review at the bottom.
  • Enter your iTunes password to login.
  • Tap the Stars to leave a rating.
  • Enter title text and content to leave a review.

•Tap Send. 

 

2:  We have a Patreon to help pay for an editor and make sure episodes are released once a week.  The only way I can serve you here on the podcast is by delegating the editing/tech to someone else. Please consider supporting the podcast here.  We need $100 more to start a contract with an editor.   This week’s thank you gift in Patreon is my conversation with my daughter on “A Wrinkle in Time” it’ll show up on Monday. 

 

Connect with Jerusalem:

Link to my favorite post on rhythms that Jerusalem wrote “You are a Delight” 

 

Website: http://jerusalemgreer.com

FB: https://www.facebook.com/JerusalemJacksonGreer/

IG: https://www.instagram.com/jerusalemgreer/

T: https://twitter.com/JerusalemGreer

 

 

 

Connect with Osheta

Website: shalominthecity.com

FB: https://www.facebook.com/ShalomintheCity/

IG: https://www.instagram.com/oshetam/

T: https://twitter.com/osheta

 

 And for some fun: Come check out Jack the Nudger and Charlie Brown, the pygmy goats in the Facebook Hangout.

 

Learning the unforced rhythms of grace everyday, Sistas!

 

Osheta

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