Checking In with Special Guest Samantha Clare
How are we doing however many days into the pandemics we currently face? What brings up feelings of self-worth and not-enoughness? Where do we find hope in God?
When this time of isolation started, we all felt it would be a season that would eventually pass, but the reality is we have a tough road ahead and we aren't out of the woods yet. In this episode, our hosts along with special guest Samantha Clare, take a hard look at where we are and where we are going and share their own insights. This is a vulnerable look into the lives of those working with youth and we hope listeners find it encouraging to know we all struggle to find purpose in or out of a pandemic.
Samantha Clare serves as the Director of Formation at St. Pauls in Fayetteville, Arkansas. She is passionate about equipping people to live full and authentic lives as the hands and feet of Christ in the world.
Samantha serves on the Diocese of Arkansas Commission on Ministry, is an active member of Forma: The Network for Christian Formation where she serves on the Working Group for Antiracism, and is a collaborator on a variety of church-wide and denominational initiatives. Samantha lives a full and beautiful life with her husband, step-daughter, baby, two dogs, a cat, and a beautiful garden at their little house overlooking the White River in West Fork.