Connie & Prison
Connie shares about her experience in prison and the hope she found after it.
Connie is a pacific northwest native and grew up in a troubled household. Throughout it all, she has felt the presence of God in the midst of her pain and in prison. Connie's story is one of the pursuit of God, and of God pursuing us. The gaps we feel within ourselves can lead to destructive consequences, but with God, we can find wholeness.
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Welcome to Filling the Gap. An audio podcast that tells the stories of the gaps we see in the world, within ourselves and inside of our church. Filling the Gap explores the topics and issues we face every day, but don’t always address or talk about. Through the power of storytelling, we hope to fill the gaps in the communities we find ourselves in.
Filling the Gap is produced and copyrighted (© 2019) by the North Pacific Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists (npuc.org). Music in this episode is courtesy of Make it Black by Ketsa, Event Horizon by Jon Luc Hefferman, Salue by Kai Engel, Mangata by Jon Luc Hefferman, Triumph by Jon Luc Hefferman, Late Nights by Ketsa, Elmore Heights by Blue Dot Sessions.