How It All Started | Carrie Robaina Epsidode #001 Emily Khouphongsy is a mechanical engineer, a Michigander, and a current student in the propel women's cohort group at Wheaton College. Today Emily and Carrie chat on what the Bible says about the church and God's...read more
Lila Hermosillo is a mentor, culture changer, and advocate in ministry for the young adult and college student populations. She helps connect students to the Father through the latino culture. Anyone listening today will have their eyes opened to the significance of...read more
Kendra Fletcher is a speaker, author, steadfast mother of eight children, and a fellow podcaster too. Today on the She Walks In Truth podcast she talks about her new book "Leaving Legalism" and how this writing project came about. Listeners will be challenged,...read more
Teresa McMillan is a leader and mentor for the World Race, a program for 21 to 35 year olds to travel to 11 countries in 11 months all while getting discipled and witnessing on the go. Today Teresa shares her transformation story to help build up listeners faith and...read more
Crystal Hodges is speaker, writer, and resilient leader. On this episode she shares her personal experience with cyber bullying. Because of her facial difference, she was the target of a social media post that went viral to over 30 million people. Her story raises...read more
Carrie Robaina and Kailey Mattarella are not only good friends, but also co workers for the She Walks In Truth podcast. Today they chat on navigating work and friendship dynamics, the back story on how they first met doing ministry across the states, and how starting...read more
Gary and Lisa Black are global minded leaders, full of wisdom, encouragement, and passion for seeing the next generation set free. Speaker and entrepreneur Gary Black, and writer and advocate for the vulnerable, Lisa Black chat about their past experiences in life and...read more
Hey sisterfriend! My name is Carrie Robaina and I am beyond thrilled you’re here. Two of my biggest passions include sharing the gospel on the highways and byways and equipping women to live life for Christ. I’ve been married to my husband Ricardo for 19 years, we have 3 kids and a rescue dog named Lola. Some of my favorite things include coffee, shoes, earrings and did I mention coffee? I’m currently a grad student at Wheaton College with the Propel cohort getting a masters in Evangelism & Leadership. Each and every episode is smothered in prayer and my heart’s cry is that as you listen to the show you’ll hear directly from God.
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