Heart of Dating is thrilled to welcome a powerhouse of a woman.. Chrystal Evans Hurst!
Chrystal is an energetic, fun-loving “girl-next-door” who loves to encourage other women in fulfilling their full potential in Christ. Chrystal firmly believes God’s promise in Jeremiah 29:11, “I know the plans that I have for you…” and she desires to help other Christian women believe and apply that truth to their lives.
Chrystal is a gifted writer, speaker, and worship leader. Being the eldest child of Dr. Tony Evans, Chrystal been surrounded by the Word of God her entire life. Chrystal has co-authored a book, Kingdom Woman, with her dad. You can also find Chrystal writing on her blog—Chrystal’s Chronicles—where she poignantly reflects her thoughts about her faith and day-to-day experiences.
Most importantly, Chrystal is a dedicated wife and homeschooling mother of five. She considers herself to be the COO (Chief Operating Officer) of the Hurst household. Chrystal and her husband, Jessie reside in a small town just outside of Dallas, Texas.
Today Chrystal and Kait discuss rewriting singleness season in a positive way and how you can use pray to truly change the game! They discuss cultivating incredible things for God in this time and she also reveals the number one singleness game changer!
Chrystal, tell us about your new prayer book: The 28-Day Prayer Journey
Prayer is an essential part of a healthy relationship! How should you pray?
How can singles see their life differently?
Your theme for the year is “WORTHY” could you tell us more about that?
Is singleness a label of unworthiness?
How can we commit to growth and have radical ownership of our worthy identity in Christ? What is the single thing that’s a game changer in this season?
How do you recommend singles invite God into all this and their prayer life as well?
What is your final nugget of dating advice?
Connect with Chrystal!
Buy her 28-Day Prayer Journey HERE
Find her on Instagram HERE
Learn more about her ministry HERE
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