COME SEE ME ON THE ROAD

Hi Family, I’m spending the next few months traveling with my friends at the CRTVCHURCH and I have some fun events I’ll be teaching at this fall. I Would love it if you came out and hung out with me! Check out the link below for details.

See you soon,

xo, Chari

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From CRTVCHURCH comes the I CRY IN CORNERS Podcast with Chari Orozco. This show is designed to encourage those navigating leadership, ministry, creativity, and all the awkward life stuff in the middle.

Chari and this podcast are an absolute asset to my spiritual journey. The delivery is relatable and the message is clearly and easily communicated. Chari’s humor and personality help make this podcast like, A-game. Someone from my small group referred me here and I’m so glad they did!

Leslie in VA, USA

Asset in my Kingdom Seeking Journey

EP 038: WAITING IS A THING     In episode thirty-eight, Chari wonders, “does anyone even read these episode guides?” Either way, get ready for a super honest conversation on how she really doesn’t think anyone even reads these things even though she spends lots of time trying to come up with intriguing captions. Oh, this episode is about waiting. Good Stuff.

NOMAD: A SURVIVAL GUIDE TO WILDERNESS SEASONS

Nomad will encourage you to laugh, cry, and thrive in the wilderness seasons of life.

Nomad is the reminder that even though life may have you navigating valleys. mountains and quicksand, every part of the journey is meant to grow you. Using her families story of exile, Chari shares how it’s only in wilderness seasons where life change is found and miracles are experienced.

In wilderness seasons, Nomad will help you discover:

// The essentials to thriving
// The weapons to hone
// The pitfalls to avoid
// The people to find and attach yourself to

With Chari’s authentic style, strong storytelling, and practical teaching, Nomad will remind readers that there is purpose, peace, and people to be found in the muck and mire of wilderness seasons.

In Chari’s words,

Our entire lives will be lived in some form of wilderness, some kind of exile, so I would suggest we get good at navigating the storms, learn where the water holes and trenches are and get a cool hipster patch for your denim jacket that says, “nomad.” People are out there in need of Jesus, and we may be their only help.”

Let the journey begin…