Community at Christmas : Meet Chrystan!

Community at Christmas : Meet Chrystan!

Chrystan is a woman of many talents. She is also the COO of Imperfectly Brave and we are certainly grateful. This woman has a killer farmhouse table, she knows how to make an amazing meal, but most of all she is a lover of all people. We can’t wait for you to get to know Chrystan!

Say hi to us! Who are you?

I’m Chrystan Ferrell and this is me in a nutshell:

Jesus-Coffee-Connection-Bible Teacher-Author-Worship Leader-Song Writer-Wife- Boymom-Wild Dreamer-Enneagram 2-7-8 (yes I’m a three-way tie, which makes me a hot mess only sustained by the grace of Jesus!)

You can find me writing and leading for Imperfectly Brave and also over at chrystanferrell.com.

What are you sharing with us this week? How does it connect community with the gospel?

Christmas is when love came down to walk among us. To sit with us. To stare in our eyes. To sacrifice for us. Often times we miss this piece of Christmas in all the hustle and bustle of holiday life. This week, we will focus on having a more connected Christmas. A Christmas that’s connected to people.

One of our purposes with Community at Christmas is to give women real ideas to open their lives to others without losing our minds in details and endless scrolling. How can this (what you are sharing) help?

I am giving us three helpful tips to connecting during holiday gatherings without getting sucked into the trick of perfection. I’m also going to throw in a few freebies to help us along the way!

Finish this thought: I need community because…

Life is really hard and doing it alone feels fully impossible.

Best Christmas memory ever. Ready, go!

It’s really hard to pick just one memory. I’ve had a lot of Christmas in my life. My family always makes an ice cream sherbet punch to have on Christmas Eve. I look forward to it every year. This is a tradition that I love and will pass on to my family. Christmas is my favorite time of year (that and football season!) Speaking of football, here’s a picture of me and my man tribe last year at Christmas. They have given me lots of sweet Christmas memories!