As we wrap up Season 2 of the Mom to Mom Podcast, we have chosen to end on a topic that encompasses all of motherhood and one that propels us forward: a mother’s impact and legacy.
Today, we have asked a special friend, Chrystal Evans Hurst, to join the conversation as we ask:
What does impact mean and what does legacy look like?
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Many already know Chrystal as the best-selling author of She’s Still There, Kingdom Woman, Show Up for Your Life, and soon to be released The 28-Day Prayer Journey. You can find her regularly sharing encouragement via podcasts and blogs, where she poignantly reflects on faith and speaks with frank honesty and practical wisdom about experiences that affect women every day.
Chrystal is an energetic, life-loving “girl-next-door” who loves encouraging others to fulfill their potential in Christ. With humor and vulnerability, she tells it like it is but does so with grace, integrity, and love.
She’s pulling up a chair at our table to share about the lasting impact that her mother Lois Evans had on her life and the lives of so many others and how that legacy has shaped the way Chrystal cares for her own children and grandchildren.
“Vision and intention makes a difference in how we live our life.”Chrystal Evans Hurst
To learn more about Chrystal Evans Hurst:
“The gift of a parent is not that I’m so much different than you, but that I’m just thirty years ahead. God gave you some help for navigating life.”Chrystal Evans Hurst
- The 28-Day Prayer Journey: a Daily Guide to Conversations with God
- She’s Still There: Rescuing the Girl in You
- Show Up for Your Life: What the Girl You’ll be Tomorrow Wants You to Know Today
- Kingdom Woman: Embracing Your Purpose, Power, and Possibilities
“It’s OK for your kids to see you as human.”Chrystal Evans Hurst
Mentioned on the Podcast:
- Lois Evans: Pastors’ Wives Ministries
- Urban Alternative– Ministry founded by Drs. Tony and Lois Evans
“God was the greatest parent ever and his two kids totally screwed things up.”Chrystal Evans Hurst