[VIDEO] Broken is Beautiful

In this episode we address two assumptions about brokenness that I come across all the time: 1. Brokenness is bad, 2. Brokenness should be avoided at all costs.

My story is one of brokenness.
As so many are.
But mine included a long season where God taught me to embrace the place of brokenness while rejecting the place of disfunction – they are not the same thing!

He also taught me that this is the place of breakthrough, of miracles, of my story giving him more glory! It’s a place I should want to be in – not avoid!

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Simcha emigrated to Israel from the UK, with her husband and three children. Having studied theology and music and worship in London, and trained as a worship leader and song writer, she went on to teach music and be involved in worship teams in several congregations in the UK, and now in Israel as part of Sarah Liberman's team. Simcha is the author of the “Dare to Ask” project, comprising of the book 'Dare to Ask', and 3 CD's, Dreaming', 'Awakened' and 'Soar (To come) which each have a counterpart 30 day devotional study guide to accompany them. She is passionate about enabling people to engage with God in the way which they were made to, and is committed to multi sensory expressions. Simcha is also an artist, and paints her songs and messages to accompany the music and books. She is also the coordinator Ascend Carmel Programs.