Filling the Gap

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Summary

Alison shares her struggle with burnout in her career and her faith.

Show Notes

Summary:
Alison Segura is a singer-songwriter and music producer in Portland, OR. Her musical journey started in contemporary Christian music, but her experience with burnout led her to another path. Listen as Alison shares about burnout she experienced in her artistry and with her faith.

You can support Alison at: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/nosila-s-debut-ep#/
Follow Nosila at: https://nosilamusic.com/

Episode Host:
• Nina Vallado

Episode Guest:
• Alison Segura (Nosila)

Connect with us:
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• #NWAdventists & #FillingTheGap

About:
Welcome to Filling the Gap. An audio podcast that tells the stories of the gaps we see in the world, within ourselves and inside of our church. Filling the Gap explores the topics and issues we face every day, but don’t always address or talk about. Through the power of storytelling, we hope to fill the gaps in the communities we find ourselves in.

Credits:
Filling the Gap is produced and copyrighted (© 2019) by the North Pacific Union Conference of Seventh-day Adventists (npuc.org). Music in this episode is courtesy of Tech Toys by Lee Rosevere; Backdrop by Blanket Music; I am Running a Marathon with Thousands of Highly Qualified People Who are All Trying to Defeat Me by Chris Zabriskie; The Cast and Favor by Blue Dot Sessions; Purple Light by Blue Dot Sessions; Blood on the Floor by Nosila; mio by Dlay.

What is Filling the Gap?

Welcome to Filling the Gap. Discover the gaps within through personal stories exploring topics few have courage to address. Filling the Gap tells the stories of gaps in life and seeks paths to wholeness and community.

Filling the Gap is produced by the North Pacific Union of Seventh-day Adventists.