“Health is not valued until sickness comes.” Thomas Fuller

One of the most difficult of transitions is when we suffer loss.

In our episode today, we are talking specifically about the loss of health and how our lives are impacted on so many levels.

My guest, Jazzy Wilson, after living for years in the jungles of Peru with her missionary family, experienced an accident that changed her life.

The doctors gave her family no hope for her future. 

Years of illness, seizures and eventual brain surgery, Jazzy shares her struggles, and her courageous breakthrough to where she is today with her health restored and living a vibrant and successful life.


In today’s episode, Jazzy shares:

  • The devastation of the loss of hope.
  • Why her faith was so critical in this season.
  • How important it is to have community to help you process your painful journey and to not do it alone.
  • What a 5- minute phone call would mean to a person who is suffering with depression.
  • Why you need to have a vision for your future, even when everything around you seems so dark and empty.

Today, Jazzy Wilson has an incredible business of her own as CEO of Premier Podcast Promotions.   If you are considering doing a podcast, I would highly recommend you reach out to Jazzy as she will guide you on a successful path for your podcast.








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