Sheila Walsh

Sheila Walsh

Shelia Walsh is first a wife and mom, and then an author, incredible Bible teacher, international speaker and television host. Born in Scotland, Sheila now calls Dallas, Texas home. Sheila’s signature message is ‘God is For You’ – teaching and writing from her own experience of God meeting her at her lowest point in life.

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Sheila Walsh
  • Stuck in a Hallway - Sheila Walsh

    Have you ever felt God promise you something only to have that door closed, leaving you feeling stuck in the hallway. Sheila Walsh teaches from the story of Joseph and God's calling on his life. Your history will not determine your destiny.

  • Things my Mother Taught Me - Sheila Walsh

    Join Sheila Walsh as she talks about three things she learned from her mum: the gift of grace - you cannot earn it, the gift of tough times - to prove that you can make it through and the gift of saying "Yes!" – being willing can change your whole world.

  • Shame - Sheila Walsh

    Sheila Walsh shares her powerful testimony and her struggle with shame. The enemy's plan is to destroy our trust in God. Let's not let our shame and darkness around us distract us from our true calling. Remember who we are - we are daughters of the King, we are royalty.

  • Women Who Caught Jesus' Attention - Sheila Walsh

    If you have one breath, it is not too late! Sheila Walsh challenges us to not allow shame to dictate the direction of our lives. She tells the stories of 3 most unlikely women who captured the full attention of Christ. One of them was desperate, one was caught and one of them was lost.

  • Your History Does Not Determine Your Destiny - Sheila Walsh

    God has committed Himself to finishing the work He has started in us. He has no unfinished projects! Sheila Walsh reminds us that our history does not determine our destiny in Christ. 

  • Come As You Are - Sheila Walsh

    In this episode, Shelia Walsh explains how living a full life with Jesus is a journey. Through each season, we experience times of testing and tiredness. But when we simply come to God as we are, we can experience true victory in Christ.