Still Coloring with Toni Collier

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We’ve believed the lie that our brokenness discounts us from creating and living beautiful lives for far too long. When it’s really our brokenness that leads us to surrender to the Creator of the most beautiful things. Are you ready to begin again? To heal the childhood wounds that may have robbed you of the ability to create beauty? To feel seen and known in your brokenness, maybe for the first time? In the Still Coloring podcast, author, speaker, and founder of Broken Crayons Still Color, Toni Collier, invites you to lean into the stories of women and men that uncover their brokenness and practically show how they rebuilt their lives with hope and grit. Toni hopes that you would be inspired, poured into, and walk away believing that you too can create something beautiful with your life, no matter what.

Episode Date
A Greater Story with Sam Collier
00:48:00

Links:

A Greater Story by Sam Collier

Links to connect with Guest:

Instagram | Story Church Atlanta | Podcast

Links to connect with Toni: 

Personal Instagram | Broken Crayons Instagram | Facebook

Website: https://www.tonijcollier.com/

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Aug 08, 2022
We Don't Like Pain with Jackie Hill Perry
00:45:50

Toni Collier & Jackie Hill Perry sit down to have a conversation about suffering, and what it’s like to heal while having hope & grit in the midst of pain. When you come to realize that you’re a sinner, there’s a hopelessness telling you that you aren’t good enough, giving you the tendency to turn to your idols for “fake” peace. We want our idols to soften the suffering. Because we don’t like pain.

 

Jackie talks about the difficulty of waiting on God to relieve our suffering because His timing is not the same as ours, and also not visible. But it’s when we go to God during our trials that we find authentic peace. 

 

Toni asks Jackie a question that we all want to know the answer to; What’s the difference between getting through something painful and getting over something painful?

Links:

Gay Girl, Good God by Jackie Hill Perry

Holier Than Thou by Jackie Hill Perry

Links to connect with Guest:

Instagram | Podcast | YouTube

Website: https://jackiehillperry.com/

Links to connect with Toni: 

Personal Instagram | Broken Crayons Instagram | Facebook

Website: https://www.tonijcollier.com/

Pre-order NEW Book: 

Brave Enough to be Broken

Aug 01, 2022
Here We Go with Jamie Ivey
00:39:52

Welcome to the very first episode of the Still Coloring Podcast! During this conversation, Toni Collier & Jamie Ivey discuss “if only you knew moments” in life. What would people think if they knew certain parts of your story? How would it change their perspective and trust in you? Jamie talks about how our past sins don’t define our worthiness of something good. God is always in the business of using broken people, and brokenness is inevitable in every season of our life. He is our redeemer and loves us in spite of what we have done because we are His daughters and sons.

Links:

If Only You Knew by Jamie Ivey

You Be You by Jamie Ivey

God Made You to be You by Jamie Ivey

Links to connect with Guest:

Instagram | Happy Hour Podcast | On the Other Side Podcast

Website: https://www.jamieivey.com/

Links to connect with Toni: 

Personal Instagram | Broken Crayons Instagram | Facebook

Website: https://www.tonijcollier.com/

Pre-order NEW Book: Brave Enough to be Broken

Jul 25, 2022
Introducing Still Coloring
00:05:48
We’ve believed the lie that our brokenness discounts us from creating and living beautiful lives for far too long. When it’s really our brokenness that leads us to surrender to the Creator of the most beautiful things. Are you ready to begin again? To heal the childhood wounds that may have robbed you of the ability to create beauty? To feel seen and known in your brokenness, maybe for the first time? In the Still Coloring podcast, author, speaker, and founder of Broken Crayons Still Color, Toni Collier, invites you to lean into the stories of women and men that uncover their brokenness and practically show how they rebuilt their lives with hope and grit. Toni hopes that you would be inspired, poured into, and walk away believing that you too can create something beautiful with your life, no matter what.
Jun 01, 2022