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Season 2, Ep 5: A Path Towards Flourishing

April 4, 2022

When does it become necessary to walk away from certain spaces that prevent us from maximizing our God given gifts? How can our experiences be used to impact the next generation? Mia Shin describes her journey of walking away, and into new spaces that allow her to fully maximize her gifts of preaching, leadership, and community development.

Learn more about Mia Shin:

Instagram: @miateaches + @aapislo

Website: https://www.miashin.org/

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCon70DGAT44_7GqfgOPCPRQ

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Music: Paul Choi

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