2 thoughts on “Precariosities Explained

  1. […] This is why I started the blog Anchored Voices. I wanted to give people a place to tell their story. A space for those who would never start or keep up with a blog, to tell the story that needed to be told. Stories in which people share how Jesus met them when hope felt like a myth. An online sanctuary where people could ask questions and be met with stories that broke the chains of the isolation suffering can lure us into. Stories ready to read at anytime of any day, that point to Jesus — the bringer of the hope that will not disappoint. Hope that anchors the soul, because as Precariosities founder Kelly McAvoy says,” You’ve got to be rooted in something, or everything will uproot you.”  […]


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