Mom Struggling Well

#102: Making Old Things New with Megan Craig

Aug. 21, 2017

Megan is a wife, mother of two young boys, and a self-taught metalsmith and jewelry designer of 15 years. Her passion for creating lead her to become the owner and maker behind New Eve Jewelry in 2012. But there's more behind this company than beautiful hand-made pieces - Megan is using her talents to benefit the needy and send a message of hope to her clients. Each piece of New Eve Jewelry, handcrafted with repurposed materials and semiprecious gemstones, serves as a reminder of God's ability and desire to restore us. 

What we chat about:

  • How God can be good and bad things can still happen
  • God's power to restore us and make us into something beautiful
  • The importance of not minimizing our own experiences
  • Recognizing and addressing childhood depression
  • Practical ways to battle the lies in our own minds
  • Goat yoga (Yes, that's a real thing.)

Links mentioned:

Elegantees

The Girl on the Train

LeVar Burton Reads

Beautiful & Beloved

Where to find Megan:

website // instagram // facebook

Episode Sponsor: Queen Bee Market

Queen Bee Market, San Diego’s original urban-style, artisan market features over 100 local and national vendors specializing in handmade and vintage accessories, clothing, home décor, furniture, paper arts and more. Walking into each booth at the Queen Bee Market is like walking into a small handmade shop. Through each show, Queen Bee Market has made charitable donations to Operation Smile, Children of the Nations, Ronald McDonald House of Southern California and the North Coast Auxiliary Unit of Rady Children’s Hospital.

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