Andrea shares what led her to write Just Breathe, A Modern Day Exodus Journey To Revive Your Soul. She is on a mission to empower the women around her by reminding them of Gods promises and truths for their lives.
I am talking with food blogger Clair Palmer about making holidays your own. Clair talks about her early life being in foster care and how that fueled her passion for the holidays. Clair will also be sharing her infamous sweet potato pie recipe.
Amy Westbrook Mills talks about her book Souled Out and her faith journey as a former paraplegic. She talks about both the physical and emotional paralysis she faced while encouraging others in and out of their wheelchair.
This week we are honoring Retired Navy Chief Petty Officer, Cheryl Ano. Cheryl talks about her 20 year journey in the military as a wife and mother. She also extends empathy along with practical advice to active members and their families.
In today's conversation Abby talks about her new book, Shift. Shift explores the life-changing truth that when we adjust our lens to focus our eyes on God rather than on what we wish we were seeing in our lives, He reveals Himself to us.
Educational leader Becky Copp and I discuss the importance of looking for the positives in what seems to be a negative time in education as well as the making the choice to be flexible in the unknowns ahead.
Jen is the 7th grade assistant principal in the Rome School District. She and I discuss her position as a leader in both her professional and personal life and how important it is for parents to set their children up for success with leading by example instead of resistance in the upcoming school year.
President Porterfield and I discussion leading a college through a pandemic with faith, hope & love. She shares the importance of protecting her students and staff as well as encouragement and helpful steps moving ahead during this "burden of uncertainty."
Amber and I talk about the importance of encouraging not only others but also ourselves. Acknowledging the middle moments as small accomplishments toward our dreams and practical advice for perfectionists.
New York Times best-selling author shares her new book on marriage, Keep Showing Up. We talk about the importance of learning your spouse's love language and offering the perspective in marriage that different isn't bad, just different.
Blythe and Helen share their new book Mended. We discuss how mother and daughter relationships can become strained and off course at times. However, they offer practical steps to begin mending the relationship and reminding us that it is never too late to restore the connection between mothers and daughters.
Danielle shares the added anxieties that come with being a new mom and nurse during this pandemic. She shares practical advise on staying healthy as well as the importance of setting boundaries and fasting with all types of media.
Amy shares her mission to show parents how to parent on purpose. We talk about the importance of having a plan of action and claiming the end goal which consists of the realization that we are not raising kids but rather raising adults.
Jayme and I wrap up April's topic of Faith by offering impactful actions that can be done during this pandemic. First, asking ourselves what we can do to help and encourage those around us allows us to reset and refocus as well as dwell in gratitude instead of fear.
Sara and I discuss her new book, Now Waiting. Now waiting talks about how life in the middle can be hard, similar to the feelings we have all experienced at one time or another during this pandemic. Yet, Sarah reminds us that waiting is a vital part of our story and what we do with our time of waiting matters.
This is our continued discussion where we talk about the effect this pandemic has had on our parents and children. We also talk about what we would like to takeaway from this experience, hoarding issues and how are children may view this time completely different from us.
This episode is a shared discussion of many different women from different places and positions yet a common perspective during this time of uncertainty. We talk about children, routines, homeschooling, fitness, parents, gratitude and our sanity. Enjoy.
Rachel shares how her anxiety from trying to balance motherhood while keeping herself refreshed and restored in God's word, led her to the creation of the national best-selling book, The Big and Little Coloring Devotional.