What do you do when life doesn’t unpack how you thought, dreamed, prayed and hoped it would? How can you trust God with each next step in your becoming journey when it feels like your dream has been ripped away from you?
I am so excited to introduce you to my warrior friend Laura Leigh Turner! Grab a cup of coffee and join Laura Leigh’s & my conversation unpacking her story, how she is becoming who God made her to be, and how we too can grow on our becoming journey…
Meet Laura Leigh Turner:
Laura Leigh Turner is a native Arkansan living in New York City where she is pursuing a career in musical theatre and the performing arts. She was last seen starring in the role of Karen Smith in the Broadway production Mean Girls. Laura Leigh is the founder/visionary of Rise Collective Women, a 501c3 organization with the vision to see women united in Christ, rooted in God’s Word and rising up for the glory of God. They do this by cultivating community in NYC through the Rise Collective House and creating Bible study resources for women all over the world to come together and grow in love with God and His Word. Laura Leigh also has her own podcast, Living in the Light with Laura Leigh, where she interviews guests, from Broadway performers to ministry leaders, and they share stories and wisdom as it relates to living in the light of Jesus Christ. She is a lover of ice cream, sunrises, wildflowers and a good cup of coffee and if she’s not reading her Bible, she’s singing songs. 🙂