35: Overcome To Become: Trusting Jesus With Our Junk With Tasha Ferguson

Tasha and I and I are both launching / relaunching our podcasts on the same day and we chat about how our personality plays a role in our launch style and in life. We also talk about the joys of being a girl mom, the power of owning her story, and how achieving her career goals almost cost her everything. Tasha shares openly about her journey to trusting Jesus with her junk in this episode and it is a story of beautiful grace. 

Tasha has a brand new podcast that just launched today called Overcome to Become. Search it on iTunes or your favorite podcast listening app.

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  • The Prayer Circle

Podcasts To Check Out 

  • Allie Worthington 
  • Steven Furtick‚Äôs Sunday Message
  • TD Jakes
  • Lisa Whittle 
  • Jo Saxton 
  • The Office Ladies 
  • Lord Today 
  • Hope For Women: Exchanging Father Wounds 
  • Bobby Bones 

TV To Watch:

  • This Is US 
  • Call The Midwife 
  • PBS Masterpiece
  • Poldark 

Find Tasha On The Internet: 

Website: www.latashaferguson.com 

Facebook Page: facebook.com/thelatashamferguson 

Instagram: Instagram.com/latashamferguson

Podcast: Overcome to Become Podcast

Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/groups/womenarestrongertogether/

About Our Guest: 

Latasha is a speaker, writer, and the host of the Overcome to Become Podcast . She equips and empowers women with the tools to overcome anything that dares to stand in between them and who God called them to be. Her life is proof of this truth: our past and imperfections do not have the power to diminish our purpose. She is also a passionate educator who has spent the past 17 years serving in the roles of teacher, assistant principal, principal, and now director of instruction.  She has been married for 15 years and has four beautiful girls ranging from 21 to 6 years old. In her downtime you can find her curled up with a book, spending time with family and friends, or on a foodie adventure.

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