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If you’ve ever felt too wounded, too shattered, or too terribly far from God, this episode is for you. Yes, you.
And today’s guest at The Messy Table Podcast is poised to remind you that (spoiler!) “broken crayons still color.” With a delicious mix of fire and charm, Toni Collier is sharing her redemption story.
“Broken crayons still color.” —Toni Collier
Toni founded a ministry called Broken Crayons Still Color, and serves Hillsong Atlanta alongside her husband, Sam. She’s also a wife, mama, speaker, and writer who is passionate about helping women process their brokenness and get on the other side of hope.
God doesn’t discount people for their past. Instead, He cancels their shame. So grab your coffee, pull up a chair, and join us at The Messy Table.
Toni Collier’s Website | Broken Crayons Still Color
The Soul of Shame and The Soul of Desire by Dr. Curt Thompson
So Long, Insecurity by Beth Moore
Life.Church | Life.Church Sisters | Hillsong Atlanta
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Looking for more episodes? Check out Ep. 47 with Lysa TerKeurst [It’s Not Supposed to Be This Way] and Ep. 85 with Cheryl Meares [Hope in the Meantime].