We at the End in Mind are excited to introduce a new season of podcasts to you!
This week’s podcast, An Artios Tapestry, is the perfect start to set the tone for the coming weeks.
Have you ever looked back and seen a tapestry, one that God has been weaving even when you weren’t sure why things were happening? The experiences we have sometimes don’t make sense. But, in retrospect, we can look and see that God was weaving that tapestry the whole time – there was always purpose behind the things that happen.
Listen below for this week’s podcast on how God has been weaving the tapestry of my life long before Artios was in existence.
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Lori Lane – Managing Editor of Heart of the Matter Online and Founder and Executive Director of Artios Academies.
Lori and John Lane have been married 33 years and live on a small ranch in the beautiful Colorado Rockies. They have four sons ranging in age from thirty-one down to eighteen, three beautiful daughter-in-loves, and a five precious granddaughters. Lori is the author of Beginning With The End In Mind and The Artios Home Companion Series. She is the founder and executive director of Artios Academies. Lori oversees the ministry of The End in Mind. You can follow Lori at The End in Mind where she and a team of contributors blog about a variety of topics with a focus on beginning each area of our lives with the “end in mind.”