Who are you?
Isn’t that the question you’ve been asking all your life?
Who Are You? Podcast
Who are you? Deeper than the color of your skin, your denomination, political convictions, or even your outward behavior – who are you? At the core of your being, below the noise and distractions, underneath the busyness and unrealistic expectations – who are you?
I’m thrilled to launch, “Who Are You?”, a new feature of the #AskSteveAustin Podcast. This weekly affirmation podcast is designed to help you discover a sense of wholeness, emotional clarity, and purpose. Each Sunday morning, I’ll be releasing a new 10-15 minute podcast episode to help you dig deeper, and cultivate your prayer, contemplation, and meditation practice.
Wholeness is when the way of your being matches the truth of your being. That’s authenticity. That begs the question, what’s the truth of your being?
“Who Are You?” will encourage you to get silent, plumb the depths of your soul, and remind you of the truth of your being. If you’re looking for a weekly soul shift, this is it. Through a combination of fresh perspective, powerful quotes, Scripture, music, and silence, this sacred space will allow you to connect with your true self.
If you have a suggestion for this weekly self-care feature, please email Steve Austin directly at email@example.com. If you’d like to suggest a topic or request Steve’s perspective on a particular word, please reach out!
Music for “Who Are You?” is graciously provided by Tony Anderson, from the score of “The Heart of Man”. Tony says, “What I write is simply an overflow of interactions I have with my own brokenness. Some of it comes in dreams – other times it emerges from seasons of sorrow, humiliation, warfare, joy, and pain. In each piece, I am audibly sharing my heart, and it is the highest privilege to hear from people who resonate with it.” Check out Tony’s website here.
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