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Honestly with Sheila Walsh

Honestly with Sheila Walsh

Bio

Sheila Walsh is a powerful inspirational communicator and a unique combination of author, speaker, worship leader, television talk show host, and Bible teacher. Sheila is a featured speaker with America's largest women's conference, Women of Faith, with more than 4 million women in attendance. Her unique speaking style combines honesty, vulnerability and humor rooted in her passion for God's Word.

Author of the best-selling memoir "Honestly" and the Gold Medallion Award nominee "The Heartache No One Sees," Sheila's newest book "Let Go: Live Free of the Burdens All Women Know" releases in 2009 and is a book tailor-made for the times we live in. "Gigi, God's Little Princess," Sheila's line of books and videos for little girls won the National Retailer's Choice Award in 2006.

Sheila co-hosted television's “The 700 Club” and her own talk show “Heart to Heart with Sheila Walsh” on the Family Channel. Sheila is currently working on completing her Masters in Theology degree. She lives in Dallas, Texas, with her husband, Barry, son, Christian, and two little white dogs, Belle and Tink.

For more information, please visit www.sheilawalsh.com.

Where to Start?!?

posted by Sheila Walsh

Do you ever find yourself staring at a to-do list and wondering where to start? I

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A fad or a Place for Connection and Hope?

posted by Sheila Walsh

Fads spring up and are everywhere, and then they are gone. I wondered if Twitter and Facebook would share the same fate, but they’ve become a place for connection and hope.

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A Race to Run

posted by Sheila Walsh

God won’t take his eyes off us for one moment. This doesn’t mean bad things don’t ever happen to those who love him, but you will not go one moment before your time. We have a race to run.

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Only a Prayer Away

posted by Sheila Walsh

I have always been a stargazer. One of my favorite things to do as a child was to lie on a blanket on the grass and wait for the stars and the moon to appear. From a child-like perspective the […]

God in Every Moment

posted by Sheila Walsh

I looked at my to-do list today and had two more cups of coffee! I have to take Christian to basketball camp, pick up groceries for the next four days, do the laundry, get my nails done, pick Christian up […]

The Gap Between Here and There

posted by Sheila Walsh

Today I received the news that a very brave, eight year old boy, Connor Cruse, lost his battle with cancer. As I read the message I wept. Although the family lives in our neighborhood, I have never met Connor, but […]

Under the Shelter of God’s Wings

posted by Sheila Walsh

Our son, Christian and two of his friends decided that it would be fun to go to camp together this summer. It’s about a two-hour drive from our home but Barry likes to leave so early that we could almost […]

Never Alone

posted by Sheila Walsh

My two dogs, Belle and Tink only differ in weight by five pounds but in Bichon terms that can mean a world of difference. Belle, who is five years old, weighs fourteen pounds and Tink who is three, weighs nine. […]

The Choices We Make

posted by Sheila Walsh

It was real sadness that I listened to news of Governor Mark Sanford of South Carolina’s affair with a woman the press is referring to as, Maria. Sadness for many reasons. One because of how publicly betrayed his wife must […]

Fed Up for No Reason

posted by Sheila Walsh

Do you ever have days when you are totally fed up for no particular reason? I’m having one of those today. It might have something to do with the fact that I am on my 9,640 diet but I’m not […]

The Beauty We Miss Every Day

posted by Sheila Walsh

For Spring Break this year my husband, Barry and I took our son, Christian and one of his buddies to Nassau in the Bahamas. As I spend so much time traveling I was able to use air miles to get […]

Finding True Joy

posted by Sheila Walsh

Dear Friends, Recently, I was reading one of my favorite letters that Paul wrote. He wrote it to the Church in Thessalonica. In three very short verses he gives us a description of what God is looking for in those […]

A Thankful Heart

posted by Sheila Walsh

Let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts, since as members of one body you were called to peace. And be thankful. Colossians 3:15 Dear Friends, If I am in my car sometimes between noon and two o’clock, I […]

Let Go and Let God

posted by Sheila Walsh

Do not be anxious about anything but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. Philippians […]

Place Your Hope in God!

posted by Sheila Walsh

“Do not look forward to the changes and chances of this life in fear; rather look to them with full hope that, as they arise, God, whose you are, will deliver you out of them. He is your Keeper. He […]

Welcome!

posted by Sheila Walsh

A friend asked me a couple of years ago if I blogged and I looked at her with the blank stare of the uninitiated. There are words that have today become the cornerstones of our pop culture that had no […]

Previous Posts

Where to Start?!?
Do you ever find yourself staring at a to-do list on a Monday morning and wondering where to start? Yesterday morning I was like a deer staring into the headlights of a Mac truck. I had two books to edit, a house that needed cleaning, a pile of laundry that looked like a bed for a horse an

posted 12:25:27pm Aug. 03, 2009 | read full post »

A fad or a Place for Connection and Hope?
Some fads seem to spring up in our culture and for a moment they are everywhere, and just as quickly, they are gone. I wondered at first whether Twitter, Facebook and other social media networking outlets that have spread like wildfire would share the same fate. It would seem however that they have

posted 4:41:30pm Jul. 30, 2009 | read full post »

A Race to Run
It was early on a Sunday morning when I boarded my flight home to Dallas. I smiled at the woman who was already seated in my row but she didn't return the smile. She was a very striking woman that I imagined to be in her sixties. I thought, "She either just wants to be left alone or she is afraid to

posted 3:57:26pm Jul. 27, 2009 | read full post »

Only a Prayer Away
I have always been a stargazer. One of my favorite things to do as a child was to lie on a blanket on the grass and wait for the stars and the moon to appear. From a child-like perspective the sun seemed to beat down on me but the moon smiled on me and so I smiled back. Some nights the moon seemed s

posted 12:41:57pm Jul. 20, 2009 | read full post »

God in Every Moment
I looked at my to-do list today and had two more cups of coffee! I have to take Christian to basketball camp, pick up groceries for the next four days, do the laundry, get my nails done, pick Christian up from basketball camp, take him to get new school uniforms, cook dinner, go to my exercise class

posted 11:04:41am Jul. 16, 2009 | read full post »

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