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Melissa and Summer

Welcome to the Experience Revival Podcast, presented by Revive Ministries. Co-hosts Summer Shore and Melissa Campbell take a look at real-life issues from an eternal perspective. Over coffee and chai tea, Summer and Melissa talk about finding passion, purpose and power in Christ, and what that looks like in everyday life. Their goal is to help empower you to live intentionally in your identity in Christ and impact the world around you.

Sep 7, 2022

We have so many voices and influences surrounding us today trying to tell us who we should be. It can be difficult in the varying opinions of our current culture to maintain our identity solely in Christ. In this episode, we hear from licensed marriage & family therapist and professional counselor, Terra Mattson. Terra...


Jul 21, 2022

What words come to mind when you are asked to describe yourself? How we see ourselves really matters. Our mind is powerful and what we think about ourselves and about God determines so much of how we walk this life--the decisions we make and the way we interact with others. We can turn to God for the truth of our...


Nov 16, 2021

We are so excited to bring you this newest episode, featuring one of our new favorite authors, Denisse Copeland! 

Denisse was born and raised by a single mother in Bayamon, Puerto Rico. Her upbringing offered little stability, and Denisse soon found herself on a seemingly endless quest to find love and acceptance. It...


Jul 31, 2021

Our identity is shaped by so many things; roles, circumstances, names, relationships, and experiences all play a part in forming our identity. In this episode, we have the pleasure of talking with Crystal Daye. Crystal is a minister, International Certified Christian Life Coach, Inspirational Speaker, Award-Winning 5...


Jul 15, 2021

Sometimes we find ourselves in social situations that make our insecurity come out in full force. Especially now after we’ve been so isolated for the last year, it can be hard to navigate social situations again. The problem with insecurity is that it can feel like a prison with no way out–it can make us feel...