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The Love Offering

The Love Offering

By The Love Offering
Loving Fully and Living Faithfully
Real stories of women who are living out their faith in love to God, others, and even to themselves. Tune in to discover how you too can be a love offering to those around you and learn to believe that what you offer matters.
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The Love Offering

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The Love Offering

Resolve Your Internal and External Conflicts with Ashley Abercrombie
When it comes to disagreement, we are in perpetual fight-or-flight mode. Rather than respond with a posture of compassion and connection, we are encouraged to "resist" others. Either we engage in fruitless arguments with people who refuse to see things our way or we retreat to our echo chambers where everyone agrees with us. But the real resistance, the kind that helps us grow, is learning to love others--especially those who disagree with us. If you're tired of seeing your real-life and online communities in turmoil and you long to be an agent of peace, understanding, and reconciliation, it's time to join a new kind of resistance movement--one that pushes us toward personal transformation. Ashley Abercrombie is on the show sharing about her book Love Is the Resistance. Join us to develop confidence to communicate and connect with others, stop avoiding necessary tension, and resolve your internal and external conflicts. This week's love offering is to be kind. “You can be in conflict and mad and still be kind.” Organization mentioned: Treasures Podcast: Why tho? Tiffany Bluhm Connect with Ashley:
December 7, 2021
Tools for an Emotionally Healthy You with Janell Rardon
As a trauma-informed professional life coach, Janell Rardon spends a good deal of her day-to-day work with brokenness--broken families, broken relationships, broken hearts and souls. In response to the pleas of her clients, she developed a set of emotional-health tools to help them repair the broken parts of their lives. In Stronger Every Day and on today’s episode, she shares these powerful tools with you, showing you how to: ▫️transform pain into meaning ▫️experience secure attachment with God ▫️shape healthy thoughts ▫️shift from shame to self-compassion ▫️practice healthy assertiveness ▫️set mental and emotional boundaries ▫️understand triggers and defense mechanisms ▫️regulate emotional highs and lows ▫️cultivate healthy human connection With inspiring Scriptures, quotes, prayers, personal stories, and case studies, Rardon sets you on the path of emotional health so that you can be stronger than ever--every day. “Your greatest gift to those around you is your emotional health. Your emotional health informs your spiritual health. They are inextricable.” Connect with Janell:
November 30, 2021
Repairing Relationships and Restoring Community with Jennie A. McLaurin and Cymbeline T. Culiat
Our bodies are designed to heal. We fall off our bikes and skin our knees―and without effort on our part, the skin looks like new in a few days. But while our skinned knees easily heal, it can sometimes feel like our emotional and relational wounds are left gaping open, broken beyond repair. If our bodies instinctively know how to heal physical injuries, could they also help us understand how to restore painful emotional and relational ruptures? In their book Designed to Heal: What the Body Shows Us about Healing Wounds, Repairing Relationships, and Restoring Community, and on today’s episode, physician Jennie A. McLaurin and scientist Cymbeline Tancongco Culiat: • address the immense felt need for reconciliation, wholeness, and function in our broken relationships and divided communities, • explain the science behind the stages of physical wound healing and how this reveals parallel insights into how people can recover from social wounds, • share current research on brain science as it relates to the damaging effects of trauma and the protective effects of positive emotions and experiences, • equip readers with new concepts and tools to use in resolving interpersonal conflict, and • offer hope and encouragement to readers as they pursue the healing of divisions within their greater communities. Join us to learn how the body is created with mechanisms that optimize a flourishing recovery from life’s inevitable wounds. We pray after listening, you realize we are given a model for hopeful, faithful, and enduring healing in all other aspects of our lives. Our wounds don’t have to have the last word. “We want people to be hopeful about healing and see it as the healthy design. We believe that readers can extract a lot of principles from the book so they can become better agents of healing in their lives/circles—offering themselves as agents of healing — to be essential components of the healing matrix in the circles they live in.” Cymbeline T. Culiat Connect with Jennie and Bem:
November 23, 2021
God's Goodness In Suffering with Summer Gordon
What would you do if the unthinkable happened? Where would you find the strength to endure? The Gordon family was confronted with that very challenge when their five-year-old son, Sawyer, known for his big blue eyes and vivacious spirit, cheerfully pedaled his bike onto their busy road. Moments later, a distracted driver, someone the family knew, stood over the motionless child—the unthinkable had happened. Part memoir, part Christian apologetic, Hope Remains is much more than a self-help book on grief. It is a transparent story of loss, love, forgiveness, and the unshakeable goodness of God. Join Summer Gordon on today’s episode to realize that shattered hearts don’t have to mean shattered hope. “To be a love offering we have to spend time with Christ. When we do we are changed from the inside out and we are better versions of ourselves. Apart from Christ, we have nothing to offer.” Connect with Summer:
November 15, 2021
Rekindling Hope with Jackie Aviles
Do you feel crushed by your circumstances? How do we hold onto hope in the midst of despair? Jackie Aviles says, “Hope isn’t a thing we grasp for, it's a person we connect with.” She is on the show sharing her story of never meeting her biological father, becoming a pastor’s wife, and being diagnosed with terminal cancer. On today’s episode we chat about: ▫️Marriage and motherhood in the midst of a diagnosis ▫️Judging God’s story before He reveals His hand ▫️Loving others well through a diagnosis ▫️Hope killers As you tune in, we pray you feel more equipped with the disciplines to take your next step out of your pressing situations and to keep walking toward your purpose. Resources Mentioned: Go And Tell Gals with Jess Connolly Pressed Toward Purpose “To love starts with listening. My prayer is that God makes us a people who want to hear.” Connect with Jackie: @jackie_aviles
November 9, 2021
God, Do You Hear Me? with Derwin Gray
If we're honest, that's a sentiment we’ve all shared. Prayer can be challenging and confusing. Often we feel abandoned, betrayed, and anxious. We don't know what to pray for, we don't know the words to say, and sometimes it just feels like there's no one on the other side. Pastor and bestselling author Derwin Gray addresses all of these feelings and thoughts today on the show. Using his book “God, Do You Hear Me?” (B&H) as a guide, Derwin walks us through the Lord’s Prayer (Matt 6:9-13). We also chat about: ▫️His time playing in the NFL ▫️God’s transformation process ▫️Partnering with God Tune in to discover the prayer God always answers. We pray this episode helps you break through to a completely new and refreshing prayer life. “When we try to be good without God we end up being bad. So, the way you become a love offering is you let the unlimited, life-giving, sin forgiving, love of Jesus ravage you.” Connect with Derwin: @derwinlgray
November 2, 2021
When God Says No, Wait, or Go, and All The Feels Throughout It All with Elizabeth Laing Thompson
Emotions—love them or hate them, we’ve all got them. And we’ve all got to figure out what to do with them. But wait—can we do anything about our emotions? Can we learn how to identify, express, experience—and yes, sometimes wrangle—our feelings in order to live a vibrant, healthy, fruitful life for Jesus? Elizabeth Laing Thompson uses her experiences as a big feeler to encourage and equip different kinds of feelers with the biblical perspectives, practical tools, and scriptural reservoir they need through her book All the Feels (Tyndale) and All the Feels for Teens (Wander). As a woman who has lived every day of her life having All The Big Feelings All The Day Long, Elizabeth knows what it’s like to live life through our emotions—and how important it is to understand, take control of, and grow from those emotions. Whether you have a sensitive soul with more feelings than you know how to name, a logical personality that doesn’t quite know what to do with feelings, or a steady flow of emotions somewhere in the middle, this episode will help you: ▫️discover your own God-designed “feelings style” and how it impacts your life and relationships, ▫️distinguish fact from feeling and figure out which feelings you can trust, and ▫️understand which emotional gifts God wants you to expand, explore, and enjoy. Get ready to throw open the doors of your heart, bringing God to your emotions and your emotions to God—the One who invented feelings and who always welcomes yours. Plus we chat about Elizabeth's other books When God Says No (Barbour), When God Says Wait, and When God Says Go (Shiloh)! So much goodness in one episode! This week’s love offering is to “love someone else through their hard time. Comfort those who need comforted. That is how we redeem those difficult times.” Connect with Elizabeth:
October 26, 2021
Celebrating and Embracing Our Differences with Heather Avis
The Lucky Few is a social awareness brand on the mission to make a more inclusive and loving world with an emphasis on shifting the Down syndrome narrative. Heather Avis is the founder and chief visionary officer of The Lucky Few and mom of three adopted children, two of which have Down Syndrome. She is on the show chatting about her children’s book titled “Different—A Great Thing To Be!” (WaterBrook & Multnomah, imprints of Penguin Random House). Join us as Heather shares about learning to value the "different" in all people, leading the way to a more inclusive, kinder world in which our differences are celebrated and warmly embraced. This week’s love offering is to say to ourselves and to say to those around us “who you are, exactly as you are, you are loved and you are worthy. Who I am, exactly as I am, I am loved and I am worthy to be loved.” Connect with Heather:
October 19, 2021
Mental Health and Faith with Michelle Nietert
Anxiety and depression are on the rise. Michelle Nietert is the Clinical Director of Community Counseling Associates in Dallas, TX. She is a mom of two and a former school counselor with over 20 years experience in private practice. She is on the show sharing her expertise on how to protect our mental health and the mental health of our children. We chat about: Empowering our children to struggle well in hard seasons Managing difficult emotions and age-specific vocabulary to use Warning signs to look for & how moms can help 5 ways moms can protect their own mental health We pray after this episode you are better equipped to handle the mental health challenges life brings. This week’s love offering is “to be a vessel and be open to the moments to experience God. Let him do the work.” People and Books mentioned: Sissy Goff Dr. Caroline Leaf Henry Blackaby - Experiencing God Connect with Michelle:
October 12, 2021
How What We Know About God Impacts How We Live with Amy Gannett
We live in a polarized time. Christians are quick to conceive of themselves either as theologically-minded or worship-minded; either thinking Christians or feeling Christians. The results are damaging: theology without worship is muted, stifled, and cold, and worship without theology is ungrounded, unrooted, and uninformed. This is not the way it was meant to be. Amy Gannett is the author of “Fix Your Eyes” (B&H books) and she is in the show sharing how our theology (our study and knowledge of God) should always lead to doxology (our worship of Him). Worship should always be rooted in theology. When we study the nature and character of God as revealed in his Word, we are invited to respond in the affectionate, obedient discipleship of worship. How can we keep our theology from being mere head knowledge? How do we give our worship roots that will last? By fixing our eyes on God Himself—the object of our study and the object of our worship. Join us to understand core doctrines of the Christian faith, apply them in our daily worship of God, and live them out in daily life. This week’s love offering is to “make your whole self available to God. So often we withhold a part of ourselves. There is a reason that God asks us to love Him with our whole mind, body, heart, and strength.” About Amy: Amy Gannett (M.Div, Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary) is a speaker, writer, and Bible teacher. She is the author of several exegetical Bible studies, and her teaching and writing has been featured on Christian outlets like Well-Watered Women, The Gospel Coalition, JourneyWomen, Risen Motherhood, and Christ and Pop Culture. She is also the founder of Tiny Theologians, which offers training tools for parents and children’s ministries, equipping them to pass on the Christian faith to the next generation. You can find her online at, and on social media at @amycategannett and @tinytheologians.
October 5, 2021
The Friendship Initiative and Finding Common Ground with Amberly Neese
Despite more ways to stay connected than ever before, our lives still feel less and less connected. We desire healthy friendships but feel less equipped to make and foster them. In this episode Amberly Neese discusses her book The Friendship Initiative. We dive into the friendships and connections Jesus made in the Bible and discover keys for building relationships. We also chat about her book titled Common Ground. Through personal and biblical stories she guides us to peace and reconciliation in all our relationships, reassuring us that it is possible to find common ground with everyone―despite our differences. We pray through this episode you find encouragement and practical help for connecting with others in your everyday life. Our love offering is to be “the fish and loaves. They were multiplied after they were broken. may we be willing to be broken so God’s message might be multiplied.” Connect with Amberly:
September 28, 2021
How To Live Out Your Unique Calling with Jodie Niznick
You exist for such a time as this! Jodie Niznik is on the show today diving deep into the stories of Esther and Jonah. While they endured wildly different circumstances and had distinctly singular callings, they were both appointed by God. They were placed in a certain time and space in history. God carried them through unique experiences and gave them specific gifts. Despite their opposite attitudes of willingness, their lives are proof of the great things we can accomplish when we follow God's call. Join us to learn that you too are uniquely equipped and called by God for a particular assignment in a specific time and place. Now you stand at a crossroads, and the choice is yours. Will you choose to boldly respond like Esther or will you fight your calling like Jonah? It’s time to take brave, bold steps forward into the life you long for! You can be a love offering by “making a relationship with the Lord your highest priority. Spend time with Him and know His voice, so that you can know where He is leading you. Any invitation He has for you is a love offering.” Connect with Jodie: Facebook (@JodieGNiznik) Instagram (@jodieniznik) So Much More podcast
September 21, 2021
Transform Your Most Important Relationships with Nicole Unice
There’s a moment in every conversation that can change the whole relationship. A moment when you can either move toward the other person or away from them. Choose to break a negative cycle or continue it. Understand and be understood or remain confused and frustrated. It’s the “miracle moment.” And once you learn how to recognize and respond to it, it holds the power to help transform the relationships you have―at home, in love, and at work―into the ones you really want. In The Miracle Moment, Nicole Unice helps you discover the practical tools to: ▫️Learn to respect and respond to your emotions without letting them control you ▫️Speak words that help―rather than hurt―the likelihood of your getting what you need ▫️Identify and keep yourself safe from toxic people ▫️Become comfortable setting and holding boundaries ▫️Be your best self even when you’re tempted to shut up, blow up, or give up ▫️Step into the space where miracles happen. Your miracle moments are waiting for you: moments of honesty; moments of healing; moments of renewal and lasting change. Connect with Nicole:
September 14, 2021
How To See The Good Even After Hard Times with Lisa Whittle
Hard things are a part of life. Yet they don’t have to have the final word. They can become the keys to our greatest usability in the kingdom of God—that is, if we let God make good of them, rather than running away and refusing the growth we truly crave. Lisa Whittle is on the show today discussing her new book The Hard Good. In today’s episode, Lisa guides us on a powerful path to progress as we learn to: accept things we wish were different, apologize and forgive first, cheer for someone who gets what we want, open our hearts again when we’ve been hurt, find joy in the waiting, and show up when we want to shut down. Written for those who desperately want to move forward, The Hard Good gives voice to the hard places we all have lived and Lisa’s clear directions as to where to go next. We pray through this episode you realize your hard place is never too hard for God. Allow it to change you, help you, and ready you for the greatest comeback you have ever known. This week’s love offering is to remember that “You can’t fix it so don’t try. We try to offer our story as help, but sometimes we need to just listen. Don’t be afraid to let silence sit. Sit in the grief.” “If you don’t love Jesus you can’t love people. If it doesn’t come from an overflow of our hearts eventually it will become service that in some way serves us.” Connect with Lisa: Lisa Whittle | Author, Speaker & Teacher | Put Your Warrior Boots On (Book)
September 7, 2021
A Sacred Call and an Eternal Purpose with Carol McLeod
Inside the soul of every mother lies a heart that becomes a repository of sweet memories, hard lessons, glorious victories, ordinary days, glaring failures, and God’s grace over the years of mothering. The heart of a mother becomes home to jokes around the dinner table, holiday traditions, the tears of childhood, and the love that only a mother knows. Carol McLeod, president and founder of Carol McLeod Ministries, is on the show chatting about her book Rooms of a Mother’s Heart: A Sacred Call and an Eternal Purpose (Whitaker House, April 2021). On today’s episode she shares what it means to be a mother and offers tender encouragement to all women who accept that calling. Topics of conversation: How God’s wisdom can help mothers become stronger Creating beautiful and meaningful relationships with your children How to approach important milestones in your children’s lives The importance of introducing your children to God and the Bible We pray that after today's episode you realize how you don't have to be a perfect mom, but you can be a wonderful mom. This week’s love offering is to “lay our lives on the altar of God as a love offering for His plans and His purposes for the next generation.” Connect with Carol: A Jolt of Joy! on the Charisma Podcast Network Significant Women podcast Book mentioned: Room’s Of A Mother’s Heart Significant
August 31, 2021
The Peace Project With Kay Wyma
On any given day we can feel rushed, judged, or ignored. And so it's tempting to respond to the slights and indignities of life with bitterness, resentment, frustration, or sadness. But Kay Wyma suggests there is a better way. In a 30 day experiment titled The Peace Project Kay demonstrates that lasting inner peace comes from outward practices—a magical mixture of thankfulness, kindness, and mercy. Join us to experience lasting peace for yourself and the world around you. This week’s love offering is to, “Ask the Lord to open your eyes to see someone you can encourage, build up, or care about so that they may feel seen or known today. It is all for His glory, for His namesake, and for our good.” Connect with Kay: People Mentioned: Courtney DeFeo Steven Furtick
August 24, 2021
Letting Go Of Not Good Enough with Barb Roose
For some, Christianity is a long list of rules to be followed, and it’s hard to be a “good Christian” because it always seems you’re breaking one of those rules. Barb Roose is on the show today sharing her breakthrough of finding freedom in Christ. Join us to let go of the feelings of not good enough, rule-keeping, and performance in order to embrace God’s free gift of grace. This week’s love offering is to extend grace. Because as Barb says, “We love and care for each other by first recognizing that there is grace for all of us. That means that it’s not my job to fix other people. A love offering is pouring myself out, not pushing people over.” Connect with Barb:
August 17, 2021
Love Large With The Little You Have with Julie Sunne
Julie is the mother of nine (five in heaven), one of which is a special needs daughter named Rachel. Julie shares Rachel’s story and the way she loves others with wordless gestures. We chat about trusting in God’s faithful love and offering what we have no matter how qualified we feel. We also chat about ways to practically show love to caregivers and those with special needs as well. We pray after this episode you realize how even the smallest gestures in word and deed can have an enormous impact. “Being a love offering starts with being in the Word. We have to understand His love for us because that’s where our love flows. Ask God to open your eyes and open your heart to see the needs that He wants you to meet.” Resources: Parents as Presenters Joni Eareckson Tada Connect with Julie: @juliesunne
August 10, 2021
Grasping The Goodness Of God With Sarah Clarkson
Can we still grasp the goodness of God while living in a broken world? Sarah Clarkson is on the show today sharing her decade-long struggle with mental illness, depression, and doubt. However, amid the daily realities of sickness and isolation, disappointment and pain, she has discovered “This Beautiful Truth.” We pray that after this episode you too can recognize and trust God’s gift of pain. Topics of Conversation: Encountering God’s beauty in our daily life The value of love in our healing Holding onto hope How God uses the kindness of people to break into our pain This week’s love offering is to “bring beauty into the world. Summon others out from the darkness, not just to the light, but to be creators of light.” Connect with Sarah:
August 3, 2021
Love Where You Are with Somer Colbert
Today’s episode is all about why we love and what hinders us from loving well. Somer Colbert’s Ahavah In Our Hearts ministry focuses on showing love through an intentional mindset and choices each and every day, to serve rather than be served, and to love even when it’s hard. We chat about love in our marriages, as mothers, in our churches, and in our workplaces. Join us to be encouraged and equipped to keep loving right where you are. This week’s love offering is to “Look around and ask the Lord to give you eyes to see the harvest around you, be willing, and have the courage to act accordingly.” Books mentioned: Birth Order by Dr. Kevin Leman The Powerful Purpose Of Introverts Holley Gerth Growing Slow by Jennifer Dukes Lee The Five Love Languages by Dr. Gary Chapman Serman mentioned: Enneagram Series by Sandals church Matt Brown Connect with Somer:
July 27, 2021
Cultivating and Creating Community with Rachael Wade
Olive Us ministry leader Rachael Wade is on the show today encouraging us to lean into our in-process stories. We chat about the value of remembering the goodness & faithfulness of God, practicing presence, and growing in the midst of tough seasons. Join us in the place of already and not there yet. We pray through this conversation we realize that when we are connected to one another and connected to the Source, we can survive and flourish no matter what comes our way. Mentioned: Jenn Jett Barrett & Camp Well: & Scotti Beth Lawson's Digital 25 Day Devotional "Esther's Arising" for Mothers and Daughters: Books Mentioned: Ann Voskamp 1000 Gifts Connect with Rachael: Connect with Olive Us.
July 20, 2021
Full Circle Parenting With Kristin Scroggins
Parenting is hard. It’s not just the routines, schedules, discipline, and heart aches. It’s also about hard conversations. As parents we are scared of getting it wrong and don’t know where to begin. Kristin Scroggins and her husband Jimmy have been married for 25 years, have 8 children, and lead a church together. Together they wrote Full Circle Parenting which is a guide for crucial conversations. Join us as she shares her wisdom on marriage, sexuality, divorce, bitterness, forgiveness, restoration, technology, substance abuse, friendship, money, materialism, and generosity. We pray as after tuning in you are better equipped as a parent to have deeper conversations with your child. “God stays in the game with us and we as mothers need to stay in the game with our children as well.” Connect with Kristin:
July 13, 2021
Trusting God Through Struggles with Misty Phillip
Misty Phillip has lived through many difficult seasons of life where all she could do was look to God and His Word for hope. There she found biblical solutions and scriptural promises that helped her to overcome. In today's episode she shares her experience encouraging us to seek Jesus, study His Word, and grow in grace. We pray that after this episode you realize that though the struggle is real, so is God. “Before we can be love offerings, we have to be in the Word first. Then we can go and do.” “God gives us opportunities all the time to serve and love our neighbors and family.” Connect with Misty: @mistyphillip
July 6, 2021
Powerful Declarations To Take Back Your Life with Margaret Feinberg
Considering all that is going on in the world, we can easily become fearful. When life feels like it is out of control, we can feel powerless. But this simply isn’t true. Margaret Feinberg is on the show sharing how to combat these lies with God’s truth through her book More Power to You. Join us today as we chat about daily power declarations to break free from fear and take back our life. “To be love offerings we have to stop being people pleasers because then we are signing up for responsibilities that are not ours. We need to draw healthy boundaries and make space in our calendar so that we can listen to the Holy Spirit and respond to those promptings.” Connect with Margaret:
June 29, 2021
Life-Changing Stories with Karen Kingsbury
If you are a Christian fiction reader, you have probably read the work of Karen Kingsbury. She is a #1 New York Times Bestselling author and she on the show today sharing her own life story as a journalist, novelist, wife, mother, and philanthropist. Hearing her story and having an inside peek into her career as a writer was so faith-building. If I admired her before, I admire her even more now after having this conversation. Friend, you too have a beautiful story God is writing for your life. We pray you recognize His hand, trust His plan, and live on mission for Him. You don't want to miss being a part of His life-changing story. “This week's love offering is to live your life on mission. What we do on earth matters for all of eternity. We love God and love people. Your life will intersect with someone’s today by a divine plan of God. Use that moment and don't lose it.” Connect with Karen:
June 22, 2021
Love-Centered Parenting With Crystal Paine
Do you worry that you're messing up your kids? Do you get stressed when you think about their futures? New York Times bestselling author Crystal Paine knows how you feel. A mom of four, Crystal has struggled with anxiety over parenting. She wanted to parent with grace, instead of a system of rules where kids are expected to do all the right things. She wanted to be a safe place for her children, and she definitely didn't want to be remembered as the sort of mom who yelled, wounded her kids with words, or worse, cared more about her reputation than her kids' hearts. In this episode, Crystal shares the life-changing lessons that God has been teaching her about raising kids with love and grace. In this episode we discuss: ▫️The root of why we often feel so frustrated and irritated with our kids ▫️How to keep going when you want to give up ▫️How to stop parenting for your own approval and reputation ▫️The four most important choices you can make as a parent ▫️Help you get your kids to talk to you At a time when parenting is more complicated than ever, this is the message that will bring you freedom, hope, and healing. This week’s love offering is to “let God’s love pour through us to other people. I don’t have anything to give unless I’m filling myself up with Him.” “Cram so much truth in that there is no space for lies. Then when someone bumps into you, God’s love spills out.” Connect with Crystal:
June 15, 2021
When Life Is Hard and Doubt Is Rising with Nicki Koziarz
Today’s conversation is about doubt and hopelessness based on Nicki Koziarz’s book Flooded: The 5 Best Decisions to Make When Life Is Hard and Doubt Is Rising. We pray through this episode you find biblical hope, quiet the fear, and discover peace in between the problem and the promise. “This week’s love offering is to listen and don’t try to sugarcoat their doubt.” Connect with Nicki:
June 8, 2021
Identity with Alexandra Hoover
So much goes on inside our hearts, doesn’t it? Today’s conversation is all about transforming our inner lives to then change how we act outwardly. Today we are chatting about our identity, approval, affirmation, worth, and value. Alexandra Hoover is sharing about the insecurities she has battled, how she is learning to overcome, and how you can too. Topics of conversation: ▫️Being not enough and too much ▫️Learning to be rather than do ▫️Living from love and not for it ▫️Moving from bondage to freedom ▫️How changing the world happens through the mundane ▫️Trusting that God will use our little as we willingly offer it to Him ▫️Reconciling the hard things of life with God’s love ▫️Creating a positive identity of the inherent Godly worth and value for our children This week’s love offering is to ask God what He has asked you to steward. Ask Him to reveal how He is doing much with your little.” Connect with Alexandra:
June 1, 2021
She Smiles Without Fear with Katy McCown
Many women live with anticipation—but also great anxiety—about what the future may bring. So they work hard to stay one step ahead of their worst-case scenarios. While they’re focused on arranging a secure tomorrow, their fear strangles the peace, joy, and purpose from today. With the Proverbs 31 woman as a guide, Katy McCown is on the show chatting about her Bible Study titled She Smiles without Fear. Join us to discover how to find security in God’s plans and confidence in His control. This week’s love offering is to be more intentional about praying for others. “Even if we look like we all have it all together on the outside we are all struggling on the inside.” Connect with Katy: Katy McCown - Helping you live on purpose for God's purposes
May 25, 2021
Don’t Miss Out With Jeannie Cunnion
What if a relationship with the Holy Spirit is the missing link to a fulfilling spiritual life? Jeannie Cunnion, a pastor’s kid and life-long Jesus follower who became a Christian at the age of eight found herself knee-deep in questions such as: Do I really rely on the power of God’s Spirit inside me, or am I trying to do life in my own strength? How can I experience more of His presence? Why do I keep struggling with things I’ve been set free from? These questions led her to discover more about the Holy Spirit and become fully reliant on Him for the answers. In Don’t Miss Out: Daring to Believe Life Is Better with the Holy Spirit (Bethany House) Cunnion takes readers on her journey to re-discover God’s love through a better understanding of the Holy Spirit, unveiling 30 little-known benefits of being in relationship with God’s divine presence. Topics of Conversation: ▫️5 things to know about the Holy Spirit ▫️Why the Holy Spirit can be a controversial topic ▫️Finding the fullness of God through the power of the Holy Spirit ▫️Christians and the Holy Spirit: why is there a disconnect? ▫️What it means to live a super-over-natural life ▫️The real key to “self-help” is found in the Holy Spirit ▫️10 truths about spiritual gifts We pray through this episode you realize why Spirit-help is far superior to self-help, learn how to activate the Spirit’s power in your daily lives, develop a deeper intimacy with Jesus, and see how the Holy Spirit champions us.
May 18, 2021
Unhurrying Your Heart With Jennifer Dukes Lee
We long to make a break from the fast pace of life, but if we're honest, we're afraid of what we'll miss if we do. Yet when going big and hustling hard leaves us stressed, empty, and out of sorts, perhaps this can be our cue to step into a far more satisfying, sustainable pace. Jennifer Dukes Lee is on the show today sharing a path to unhurried living by returning to the rhythm of the land and learning the ancient art of Growing Slow. Topics of conversation: ▫️Finding the true relief that comes when you stop running and start resting in Jesus ▫️Learning practices for unhurrying your heart and mind every day ▫️Letting go of the pressure and embrace the small, good things already bearing fruit in your life ▫️Engaging and celebrating slow growth Tune in to enter a simpler way of living by unhurrying your heart, embracing the relaxed rhythms of nature, and discovering the meaningful gift of growing slow. This week’s love offering is to “encourage the slow growth in the people around us. Call out the goodness in them. God is growing something beautiful out of our successes and also those things that feel like failures.” Connect with Jennifer:
May 11, 2021
Parenting On Purpose with Amy Carney
We have an over-parenting epidemic in this country. We want to give our children “the best,” but without realizing it, we’re giving too much. Buying too much. Doing too much. Yet we aren’t doing enough of the little things that are most important when it comes to equipping our kids to become capable, confident and compassionate adults. Amy Carney is on a mission to help moms and dads reclaim leadership, make the tough decisions, and parent today with tomorrow in mind. Tune in to glean wisdom on how to raise your kids without regret. Connect with Amy: Our love offering this week is to “start bringing the needs of the outside world into our home.”
May 4, 2021
Loving Even On The Hardest Days with Meredith Carr
Love can be hard. It doesn’t always look like the fairytales we are led to believe. And yet, here we are trying to navigate our relationships and love as God has commanded us. Meredith Carr is on the show opening up about the hard places to love in marriage and motherhood. We hope at the conclusion of this episode you discover the fairytale ending our hearts actually need and learn to lean on God’s power to love even on the hardest days. Connect with Meredith by visiting Our love offering this week is to do something kind for your spouse if you are married. If you are not married, think of a married couple and do some thing nice for them to encourage them to keep loving even on the hardest days.
April 27, 2021
When You Don't Like Your Story with Sharon Jaynes
Do you like your life story? Undoubtedly there are some good chapters and other chapters we wish we could tear out. Sharon Jaynes is familiar with both. On today’s podcast, she is sharing hard-fought wisdom on how God uses every story for good. Join us to discover how what we consider the worst chapters become some of our favorite chapters. Topics of Conversation The secret to living a better one story How to view your story through a lens that makes it all worthwhile How sharing your story of past pain and messy mistakes brings healing to the teller and the listener Understand why bad things happen, and how to move forward when they do How to stop picking at emotional scabs and allow the hurt to heal ONLINE Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: Websites:
April 20, 2021
Slower, Simpler, and More Soulful with Anna Kettle
Do you long to discover a slower, simpler, and more soulful way of life? ‘Sand Between Your Toes: Inspirations for a Slower, Simpler & More Soulful Life’ is an inspiring collection of inspiring daily devotions, hope-filled prayers, and practical tips that will encourage readers to slow down, simplify and find God’s peace each day amid life’s many complications. When are feeling rushed and stressed our connection to God and others is the first to go. So this week our love offering is to rest. Connect with Anna: @annakettlewrites
April 13, 2021
Giving Hope and Transforming Lives with Angela Lawley
There is a lot more to charity work than pure numbers. There are people who are living today who without our work would not be alive; there are surgeons practicing across Africa with the skills gained through our program; and families who’ve been given a second chance due to the support offered through our rehab and wheelchair services. Ultimately every one of these numbers is one of those stories. Stories of transformed lives. BethanyKids is a compassionate Christian mission transforming the lives of African children with surgical conditions and disabilities through pediatric surgery, rehabilitation, public education, spiritual ministry and training health professionals. Our work transforms lives. Angela Lawley is an ambassador for Bethany Kids and is a graduate of Rhema Bible Training Center in Tulsa, OK. She is the founder of Giving Hope Ministries, a Women’s Bible group dedicated to teaching women the Word of God while equipping them to fight for themselves and their families. Angela is also the host of the Giving Hope Podcast, that highlights ministries from across the country. Her goal is to bring Hope and Healing to the world through the truth of God’s Word. Join Team Angela.
April 6, 2021
Keeping and Spreading Joy with Suzie Eller
Joy can feel elusive when defined by how you feel in a given moment or what your circumstances are at the present. Sometimes joy feels like it can be taken away, even when things are good. During a long season, Suzanne (Suzie) Eller discovered six surprising biblical truths about joy. Those truths helped her see joy and God in a new light. Join us today on the podcast as she shares these same JoyKeeper truths! Connect with Suzie: TogetHER community More than Small Talk podcast Watch the Embolden Summit:
March 30, 2021
Reacting To Rejection With Kait Warman
Our stories are riddled with the sting of rejection. It's feeling like a failure or being heartbroken. It's being left out or misunderstood. It's the parent who neglected us or the person who betrayed our trust. It's even in the way we think or talk about ourselves and question our relationship with God. Whether it happened in grade school or last week, rejection can leave deep scars that affect our relationships, our self-worth, and our identities for years to come. And while we can't control when rejection appears, we can control how we react when it does. Kait Warman, author of Thank You for Rejecting Me, is on the show offering practical tools to help us heal from the past, walk in strength, and love in the future. Connect with Kait:
March 23, 2021
Threadbare Prayer With Stacey Thacker
Life sometimes brings difficult situations or circumstances that can leave us feeling run-down, drained, worn-out, and threadbare. These are the times we most desperately need prayer, but they can also be the times we simply don’t have the words to form a prayer. That is why Stacey Thacker wrote Threadbare Prayer. Join us as we chat about how the simplest prayers can have great power. Our love offering this week is to intercede in prayer on behalf of someone else. Connect with Stacey: Facebook (@OfficialStaceyThacker) Twitter (@staceythacker) Instagram (@staceythacker)
March 16, 2021
So Worth Loving with Eryn Eddy
Have you ever felt unworthy of love? So Worth Loving clothing brand owner and author Eryn Eddy is on the show today encouraging us to look in, look up, and look out to love ourselves and love others. After today’s episode we hope you believe that no matter what, you are so worth loving! And knowing that truth will change everything. Connect with Eryn: God Hears Her podcast with co-host Elisa Morgan
March 9, 2021
Make Their Day with Karen Ehman
Have you ever wanted to do something kind for someone, but weren’t sure what to do? Karen Ehman is on the show sharing creative ways to make a difference in the lives of other people. She’s written a devotional titled “Make Their Day” with 101 simple and practical ideas to love others well. We discuss: Making people a priority Celebrating others Developing daily habits of thoughtfulness Sprinkling kindness in a culture of cruel Overcoming busyness and excuses not to love others We believe when you make someone else’s day, it will make your day too. I can’t wait for you to hear today’s conversation—101 love offering ideas?! Yes please! Connect with Karen:
March 2, 2021
Exhale With Holly Newton
Are you tired? Tired of doubting, tired of comparing, tired of striving, tired of fear, and tired of being tired? You aren’t alone. The Founder of Exhale Women, Holly Newton is on the show today helping us to exhale, let go, and learn to live in the unforced rhythms of grace. Join us to find the true rest your heart and soul have been longing for. Holly talked about unforced rhythms of grace. With this in mind, our love offering this week is to extend grace to yourself and to those around you. Interested in the Exhale Gathering? Use code RACHAEL10 when you check out. Registration opens Monday, March 1st. Find out more at Connect with Holly: @hollyanewton
February 23, 2021
Using Our Past To Help Others In Their Present with Jani Lewis
Natalie’s Sisters is a ministry that exists to extend hope, support, and God's unconditional love to sexually exploited women through a first-touch approach providing respite, relationship, and referrals to community resources. The founder of the ministry, Jani Lewis, is sharing her own story of sexual exploitation and how God has turned her pain into purpose. Join us as we talk about the greatest needs, common threads, and how she has seen God work in the lives of the women she serves. Connect with Natalie’s Sisters: Connect with Devoted:
February 16, 2021
Navigating Grief With Lisa Appelo
We learn lessons in the good, the bad, and the in-between. Lisa Appelo shares about that journey of unexpected lessons on the show today. After losing her husband of 25 years and becoming a widow and single mom of seven, Lisa still finds God to be faithful and true. He has met her deepest needs and we believe He can meet yours too. We discuss: ▫️How moments of joy can intersect affliction ▫️How prayer helped her through ▫️Parenting children through grief ▫️Giving thanks in bad circumstances ▫️Thriving in every chapter of life ▫️Scriptural keys to crush our fear, walk in joy and fan our faith ▫️Learning to not only live where we are but love where we are ▫️Learning to not only rest and trust, but smile at the future ▫️What it really means for a Christian to grieve with hope ▫️How to love widows, single moms, and those who are grieving This week’s Love Offering prompt is to reach out to a widow, widower, single mom, or single dad to offer them tangible help.
February 9, 2021
Choosing Him with Tecia Janes
Choosing Him Ministries founder Tecia Janes is on the show sharing her testimony that led to her choice to choose God. We talk about choices—the choice to love, forgive, obey, surrender, sacrifice, and trust. We pray after this episode that above all, you choose Him and live for Him no matter what life brings. Connect with Tecia: This week’s Love Offering challenge is to choose to follow God’s leading and choose to meet the needs of someone else rather than your own.
February 2, 2021
The Burden Of Better With Heather Creekmore
Do you ever wonder why it’s so easy to compare ourselves to others? Or, why is it so difficult to stop? In an era of carefully curated social media images, non-stop selfies, and channels devoted to perfecting everything from your home to your dinner plate, comparison consumes us! And then always chasing better becomes a burden! It weighs down our souls and prevents us from experiencing satisfaction or rest. Heather Creekmore is on the show today sharing her personal battle with weight, appearance, and comparison. Tune in to lift the weight of your burden of better and comparison. This week’s Love Offering Challenge is to celebrate someone the next time you are tempted to compare.
January 26, 2021
Loving the Unlovable With Miranda Jo Davis
How do we love the unlovable? Miranda Jo Davis is sharing her testimony and tips on how to resist throwing away messy relationships, showing compassion, managing our expectations, and salvaging broken relationships. Because of difficult relationships in her own life, Miranda Jo dealt with anxiety and fear. In this episode she shares daily practices that have helped her find healing and peace for her body, mind, and soul. We pray the same for you and your relationships. Topics of conversation: ▫️How we practice yoga while not compromising our faith ▫️Learning to love, honor, and care for our mind, body, and soul ▫️Meditating in Scripture ▫️Replacing faith with fear ▫️A disclaimer for those who are in dangerous situations ▫️How Jesus loved the unlovable ▫️Pursuing marginalized people ▫️Accepting imperfections and flaws of people The love offering challenge this week is to pray God gives you His agape love to extend forgiveness, grace, kindness, and love to the unlovable person in your life.
January 19, 2021
Beyond the Noise With Laura Bailey
Women tend to over-think practically everything, so it can be quite scary for most of us to be left alone with our thoughts. We long for strong, intimate relationships with our Heavenly Father, daily striving to live for His glory and enjoy life in Christ. However, just when we discover the blessed assurance of standing firm in the Lord, we falter, once again, caught up in Satan’s vortex of doubt, fear and guilt. But we can live Beyond the Noise. Laura Bailey is on the show today exploring 10 lies Satan wants us to believe to deceive us and how to counteract them with God’s truth. We discuss: ▫️Recognizing the voice of truth versus the voice of the enemy ▫️Falsley believing we can have it all ▫️Not allowing our past defines us ▫️A healthy body image ▫️The struggle with social media ▫️God’s design for marriage ▫️The lies we believe as mothers ▫️Obeying God’s commands rather than meeting the world’s demands ▫️Feeling like our contributions are too small and insignificant ▫️Escaping the comparison trap ▫️Living each day as if it could be your last ▫️Standing firm and fighting the perpetual daily battles against Satan We pray after tuning in you can silence the lies of the deceiver and live beyond the noise. 🤍This week’s Love Offering challenge is for you. Write down the lie Satan is using to attack you and search Scripture to combat the lie with God’s truth.
January 12, 2021
Fighting Forward With Hannah Brencher
Hannah Brencher knows that the clock striking midnight on December 31 isn’t going to magically reset any of our lives. 2021 isn’t the answer. Instead, we need to choose hope over the lies that we’re not good enough. We need to stay in the fight – the fight to show up, the fight to move forward, the fight to believe we can actually change this world for the better. Fighting Forward: Your Nitty Gritty Guide to Beating the Lies that Hold You Back (Zondervan) is a reminder to stay in the fight, an anthem to give readers strength, and a playbook on how to keep going. Hope is alive, and there is still a reason to wake up, get up, and move forward into each new day. In today’s episode we chat about: ▫️The World Needs More Love Letters global community ▫️Being women who do good ▫️Her struggle with depression ▫️Staying in the fight ▫️Fighting against the cultural norm ▫️Beating the lies that are holding us back ▫️Finding the strength to start ▫️The “Promise Me You’ll Fail” contract ▫️Prioritizing mental health ▫️Showing up for your life ▫️Changing the world for the better 🤍This week’s Love Offering challenge is to write a letter of encouragement to someone.
January 5, 2021
From Lost To Found With Nicole Zasowski
Can giving up what you think you want actually set you free? From Lost to Found (W Publishing, Thomas Nelson) author Nicole Zasowski is on the show today sharing about how through a great season of transition, loss, and pain, she discovered that only empty hands are truly open to receiving transformative grace, and that the beauty of being lost lies in the joy of being found. We chat about: ▫️Her cross-country move ▫️Her multiple miscarriages ▫️The dangers of being comfortable. ▫️Learning to let go ▫️Holding on to hope ▫️Living a life of influence
December 29, 2020
In The Waiting With Jazmin Frank
Most of us are familiar with the struggle of wanting something to happen while waiting for God’s plan to unfold. This gap between what is and what will be is the focus of Jazmin Frank’s Bible study, “In the Waiting.” In this episode, Jazmin explores how we can be active in the present as we hope for the future by examining the examples of beloved Biblical characters. Through their lives, we are reminded of God’s providence and challenged to trust Him no matter the timetable or answer He gives. We hope through this episode you understand it is ok to want, but ultimately that you want God most of all. Topics of conversation: ▫️How waiting is a good thing ▫️The source of our wait ▫️Trusting God with the details ▫️Working while we wait ▫️Remembering God is with us ▫️Remaining faithful while we wait ▫️When waiting is not our fault ▫️How waiting can be a time of preparation ▫️Keeping a pleasing attitude ▫️Praying while we wait ▫️How Jesus waited ▫️How we can love others in their seasons of waiting
December 22, 2020
Food, Faith, and Hospitality with The Gingham Apron
Right in time for the holidays, I have two of the five Gingham Apron ladies on the show sharing about their book the Gathering Table. Join us as we chat about growing strong relationships through food, faith, and hospitality. Topics of conversation: ▫️Showing hospitality even when it's difficult ▫️The importance of training children in hospitality ▫️Joyfully working together to accomplish a goal ▫️Simple ways to show hospitality ▫️How we nourish both body and soul in a weary season ▫️Commemorating the faithfulness of God ▫️Finding identity first in Christ ▫️How offering hospitality can be our love offering What does hospitality look like for you in this season? We pray after tuning in you realize love should be the heartbeat of every gathering. 🤍
December 15, 2020
The Sanctuary Project with Holly Christine Hayes
Human trafficking can feel far away, but it is very much a reality for so many. In fact, according to the International Labor Organization, there are 40.3 million victims of human trafficking globally, with thousands in the United States alone. My guest today knows this reality all too well. Holly Christine Hayes was rescued out of a life of trauma nearly 20 years ago and knows the path to recovery can be long and rocky. She is now the Founder + CEO of Sanctuary Project, a survivor-run nonprofit social enterprise employing and empowering women who’ve survived lives of trafficking, violence and addiction in Austin, TX. Her vision and leadership create a safe space for other survivors to grow in practical skills, unleash their creativity, embrace their femininity, and heal their hearts – all in community with other survivors. Join us today for a conversation about God’s redemptive story and how God can use your pain to help others through theirs.
December 8, 2020
Finding Peace In An Anxious World With Jamie Grace
Jamie Grace was diagnosed with anxiety at 11 years old, as well as Tourette Syndrome, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. In her new book, Finding Quiet: My Journey to Peace in an Anxious World (Bethany House, October 13, 2020) the Grammy-nominated recording artist opens up about her lifelong struggles with mental illness, and her dependence on Christ to help her discover moments of silence in an otherwise noisy world. Over the years Jamie has turned to medication, counseling and prayer, and found that through a combination of purposeful habits and her faith in Jesus, she is able to manage her thoughts and find rest and quiet in order to hear the Lord’s voice louder than others. In today’s episode we discuss: ● Living with mental illness – where is God in this diagnosis? ● How to find quiet even when it’s noisy ● God is always speaking, it’s up to us to be “quiet” enough to hear/listen ● How being thrust into fame at a young age complicated her mental health diagnosis ● Navigating friendships/relationships and the role of boundaries in mental health ● What do we do when we can’t pray away a diagnosis? Where and how does faith come into play? ● Asking for help – why is this so hard, and how can we overcome the stigma? Join us for a conversation about practical life lessons that will help you learn to let go, release from comparison, navigate relationships, find purpose, and peace in an anxious world.
December 1, 2020
The Secret Of A Happy Soul Katie Orr
Are you happy? Katie Orr is in the show today sharing Secrets Of The Happy Soul. Join us to discover the deep delight your soul was made for. In this episode we discuss: How some people always seem to be happy Contrasting happiness and joy How a happy soul is already within us Experiencing daily delights found in God’s presence How to draw closer to God Happiness in the midst of storms Our purpose and staying rooted Confidence in God's will Surrender Seeking God in everyday moments
November 24, 2020
Renewed With Heather Dixon
How do we find hope when we don’t like our story? Heather Dixon from The Rescued Letters is on the show today sharing about her incurable and terminal genetic disorder she inherited from her mother. Because of her diagnosis she is living more determined than ever before to live like Jesus in every moment and discovering hope despite the story she’s been given. In this episode we discuss: How we flourish as we live our hard stories. Trading heartache for hope Relying on God’s movement in the details of our story, even when it can’t be seen Gaining confidence to act in the part of our stories that we can change while watching expectantly for God to redeem the parts we can’t This conversation wrecked me in all the best ways. Such a perspective shift. Tune in to be encouraged and equipped to trust in God, face your greatest fears, and live with hope, especially amid difficult circumstances.
November 17, 2020
Hidden Potential With Wendy Pope
Have you ever thought that there is no way God could ever use you? If so, you are not alone. Wendy Pope is on the show today sharing how we are all qualified to be a part of God’s plan. In this episode we chat about: How God uses our weaknesses Why our potential seems hidden Overcoming failure Embracing what we are tempted to get rid of Developing confidence Friend, you are a worthwhile possibility regardless of your failures, flaws, and frailties. We pray as you tune in this week you discover your own hidden potential.
November 10, 2020
Dreaming With God With Tamra Andress
What dream has God given you and what is holding you back from realizing it? Fit In Faith podcast host, Tamra Andress is on the show today propelling us to make our own unique impact. We chat about her story of entrepreneurship and her epiphany moment to make a change to stop pursuing the American Dream and pursue what the Lord had for her instead. Join us to discover how to be ready to answer the call fully well and truly whole so others may encounter Him through you! It’s time to activate that dream and make the kingdom impact you were created for! In this episode we chat about: Clarifying our dreams Obedience and submission Combating excuses and fear The disservice of not doing and the ripple effect of doing Overcoming self-doubt Simplifying purpose and calling Understanding your why
November 3, 2020
Recovering From Domestic Abuse With Sue Parisher
Today is not an easy conversation, but a necessary one. October is Domestic Violence Awareness month. In the United States, one out of four women will experience severe intimate partner physical violence in their lifetime and nearly one in ten women in the United States will be raped by an intimate partner during her lifetime. Sue Parisher is on the show today courageously sharing her story of domestic abuse to create awareness as well as provide resources for those who might be in abusive situations currently or still trying to heal from one in the past. Join us as we discuss: Overcoming self-doubt and fear Transforming from domestic violence victim to survivor Identifying and defeating the abuser’s lies The role of God’s Word in her healing Establishing boundaries Holding onto hope How can we best love domestic violence victims
October 27, 2020
An Inconvenient Journey With Bethny Ricks
Our life journeys can feel inconvenient at times and sometimes even painful, can’t they? Bethny Ricks is on the show sharing her own inconvenient journey to healing and wholeness today on the podcast. In this episode we chat about: Experiencing a myriad of emotions Becoming confident in our imperfections How our faith grows deeper in pain How God met her in suffering Trusting God through the inconvenience The process of healing Finding the strength to keep moving forward God’s grace in the process How to love someone well in their healing process Tune in to discover purpose, healing, and wholeness in your own inconvenient journey.
October 20, 2020
Living Faith With Ashley Moore
Ashley Moore is one of the biggest motivators I have in my personal life. This lady lives out her faith and I’ve had the honor to bear witness to it. She is on the show sharing her redemption story and how she believes you are called to live out your own. Join us as Ashley walks us through how abiding leads to obedience which leads to Kingdom impact no matter how inadequate and unworthy we may feel. Tune in today to be encouraged and equipped to live out your faith in a fresh new way!
October 13, 2020
Standing Strong with Alli Worthington
“You are enough” is a well-intentioned, encouraging message preached to overwhelmed, burnt-out women. Bestselling author Alli Worthington used to be one of them, but when faced with adversity, found herself searching for more. Being enough was no longer enough. In her new book Standing Strong: A Woman’s Guide to Overcoming Adversity and Living with Confidence Alli gives women a no-nonsense guide to recognizing and eliminating the things that hold them back from being who God created them to be, to tackling the obstacles of self-doubt, fear, and insecurity, and to stepping into the dreams God has planted in their hearts. Tune into today’s episode to discover how to start living with the strength and confidence God intends for you.
October 6, 2020
Kingdom Impact With Deeanna Wall
My guest this week has a contagious passion for God and His people. Deeanna Wall is the Associate Pastor of Cornerstone Nashville. There she leads The Gathering weekly, the Prime Life department, and hospital care. Join us today as we talk about: Ministering to the lost Focusing on the one Ministering to the elderly The value of mentorship The role of the church Our role in the Kingdom We pray after listening you are compelled to lay hold of the life God has for you and equipped to help others discover the same. It’s an exciting time to be a part of God’s work!
September 29, 2020
A Million God Stories with Pam VanArsdall
“I knew He wanted me to glorify Him, but I didn’t know in what way or how,” Pam recalled. So she began reading through her old journals in search of direction. The more she read the more she was reminded of God’s faithfulness in her life and the power of our stories. If she was encouraged reading stories of God’s faithfulness maybe other people would be too. This marked the beginning of A Million God Stories and paved the way for Ring & Robe prison ministry. I can’t wait for you to tune in as Pam VanArsdall shares about the importance of our stories and the common thread connecting them all. What’s your God story?
September 22, 2020
This Too Shall Last with KJ Ramsey
When prayers for healing haven't been answered, the fog of depression isn't lifting, when marriages end in divorce, or grief won't go away, it's easy to feel you've failed God or, worse, He’s failed you. Many of us have asked If God loves us, why does He allow us to hurt? We often hear this too shall pass, but what if it doesn’t? KJ Ramsey author of This Too Shall Last is on the show today sharing about the pain God hasn’t taken away and how we can encounter grace in the middle, where living with suffering that lingers can mean receiving God's presence that lasts.
September 15, 2020
Women’s Ministry With Purpose With Gena McCown
We are talking women's ministry with purpose today on the show. Gena McCown shares that whether we minister to one, 100, 1,000, or 1 million we are in women’s ministry and we have work to do until God calls us home. Get ready for a motivating and passion-filled conversation that will inspire you to use your gifts for Kingdom impact today!
September 8, 2020
Comparison with Shannon Popkin
How do I measure up? This is a question most of us are subconsciously asking because as women we tend to compare constantly - on social media, in our neighborhood, at church, and at work. Shannon Popkin addresses this tendency on the show today as she shares about her Bible study, Comparison Girl: Lessons From Jesus On Me-Free Living In A Measure-Up World. Join us as we discuss how to leave measure up comparison behind and connect with those around us by choosing Jesus’s me-free way of living. It’s time to break free from the shackles of comparison to discover the freedom and joy of living me-free.
September 1, 2020
God + Business with Heather Dollar
Not able to deny her entrepreneurial spirit, Heather joined a network marketing company, hustled her way to the top, only to realize that she gave up too much and did not like the person she had become. Led by her beliefs and convictions of what her true calling was, she took a 180 and began supporting women in business as a faith based mentor to empower them to ditch the doubt, escape the overwhelm and tap into their full potential. Today as you tune in, we pray the same for you.
August 25, 2020
The God Who Sees With Karen Gonzalez
Karen Gonzalez is on the show sharing her immigration story and stories of immigrants found in the Bible. Throughout Scripture there are many examples of people who fled their homelands - Hagar, Joseph, Ruth, and even Jesus. The courage, loss, joy, and pain has never gone unnoticed by “The God Who Sees” and they don’t go unnoticed now. This episode will reinforce the innate desire to belong and be seen for all of us. Friend, God sees what you are going through today and you will always find belonging in Him. Through this conversation we pray your eyes are opened to see those around you and extend His loving invitation to belong.
August 18, 2020
The God Dare With Kate Battistelli
What dream has God given you? Maybe it was a long time ago, maybe you feel like you’ve missed your chance, or you feel like you don’t have what it takes. But God has placed something in your heart and challenged you to live beyond yourself. You must only be willing to say yes. All throughout the Bible we see those who have gone before us accepting the challenge God has placed before them. These challenges are what author Kate Battistelli calls God Dares. On today’s episode, Kate shares her story full of mistakes and victories in her career, motherhood, and in her spiritual life. As she grew in courage and obedience she was able to overcome the excuses she was using not to pursue the dream God has given her and now she is challenging us to do the same. Tune in to discover how to live out your own God Dare. We dare you to accept the challenge and live the life God has always intended for you!
August 11, 2020
Now Waiting With Sarah Johnson
It’s hard to wait well, isn’t it? Sarah Johnson the author of Now Waiting is on the show today helping us navigate the tension between where we want to be and where we are currently. Tune in to discover how to remain confident in the goodness of God even when our season of waiting leaves us feeling discouraged, frustrated, and left out of God's plan. So join us as we learn how to wait well.
August 4, 2020
Growing Your Marriage With Toni Rose
Toni Rose is on the show today sharing about ministering to families with disabilities through the Barren Heights retreat center. After many years in this ministry, God broadened her vision to include marriage ministry. Join us today to hear Toni’s story of obedience and service. We hope through this episode you are inspired to obey whatever God is calling you to and equipped to refresh and revitalize your marriage.
July 28, 2020
Cultivating Friendship With Jess Herberger
We yearn for deeper relationships, however they often end up as shallow social interactions. Through her writing and speaking, Jessica Herberger inspires women to seek community, to walk in obedience, and to love others well. After years of studying The Last Supper while also working through what friendship looks like in her own life she has merged the two into her book Break Bread Together. Join us today to discover how you can navigate and nurture friendships in your own life.
July 21, 2020
Missional Moments In Motherhood With Sarah Butterfield
Sarah Butterfield is on the show today sharing her experience growing up as a missionary kid in France. She used to believe she had to go big for God, but over the years she has learned that we can pursue missional moments right where we are. Tune in to find out how to make a difference and change the world around you as you put your faith into action.
July 14, 2020
Navigating Divorce With Paige Harley
Divorce is considered the second most traumatic life event, after the death of a spouse or child. Paige Harley is on the show today sharing her story of divorce and what she has learned along the way. If you have been a child of divorce, experienced divorce yourself, or have friends you want to love and support through their divorce this episode is for you. Join us for the dos and don’ts of divorce according to Paige.
July 7, 2020
Trading Fear And Anxiety For Peace and Love With Angie Gibbons
Angie Gibbons is on the show today encouraging us to bravely move past our fear, anxiety, and overwhelm to realize the peace and love God intends for us.
June 30, 2020
Overcoming Disordered Eating, Perfectionism, and Legalism with Kassandra Baker
Kassandra Baker is on the show today sharing her story of disordered eating. She talks about her struggles with perfectionism, people pleasing, and legalism. Join us to discover how she found freedom and victory from the bondage of these dysfunctional behaviors. We pray if you struggle in any or in all of these areas you will learn to live free with authenticity and grace.
June 23, 2020
Obedience Over Hustle With Malinda Fuller
Are you exhausted from trying to keep up with what the world is telling you to do? Malinda Fuller, author of Obedience Over Hustle is on the show today helping us to surrender our striving hearts. This episode brought me to tears for my own tendency to hustle. We pray as you tune in this week, you realize while God wants your obedience, He loves you simply for who you are. I don’t know about you, but that truth gives rest to my hurried heart.
June 16, 2020
One Woman Can Change The World With Ronne Rock
Can one woman change the world? Ronne Rock thinks so and after chatting with her I agree and we think you will too. Join us to reclaim your God-designed influence and impact right where you are. We can change the world one woman and one love offering at a time.
June 9, 2020
Gorgeous Grace With Brooke Tabor
Brooke Tabor from the Gorgeous Grace is on the show today chatting about fruitful faith, obedience, embracing trials, and overcoming self-love. Her humility and passion are endearing and contagious! Tune in to discover His gorgeous grace for yourself.
June 2, 2020
Upside Down Prayer With Kelly O’Dell Stanley
When you talk to God, do you ever wonder if He hears? Do your prayers feel uninspired or routine? Do you sometimes feel like you don’t even know how to pray? Kelly O’Dell Stanley is answering these common questions and more on today’s episode. You were designed to pray. Join us to discover how.
May 26, 2020
The Overflow With Alicia Bruxvoort
I have followed Alicia Bruxvoort from afar for many years as a writer for Proverbs 31 ministries and through the She Speaks organization, but getting the chance to chat with her one-on-one made me admire and appreciate her even more. She is the mentor you wish you had in your life because of her warmth, humility, and perspective. In this episode we chat about dreams, motherhood, and marriage with the overarching themes of obedience and stewarding the seemingly small. I can’t wait for you to hear the overflow of her heart as she encourages us to live out of the overflow of our own.
May 19, 2020
The Next Right Thing With Emily P. Freeman
Emily P. Freeman is on the show today chatting about a fresh way of practicing familiar but often forgotten advice: simply do the next right thing. Adults make 35,000 decisions every day. It’s time we clear the decision making clutter, quiet the fears of choosing wrong, and get the courage to finally decide. In this episode, Emily also shares her writing journey and lessons she has learned along the way. Her message is hope-filled and I believe after listening you will be better equipped to determine your next right thing.
May 12, 2020
Parents Rising With Arlene Pellicane
Parenting can be hard. It is possibly the most important task we are entrusted to in our lifetimes and we want to do it well. Parents Rising author Arlene Pellicane is on the show today sharing wisdom on how to parent with intention. There is no better time than now. Let us not waste our moments with these incredible gifts of our children.
May 5, 2020
Not From God With Kaitlin Chappell Rogers
We’ve had a lot more time to think lately, haven’t we? But sometimes we can start to believe lies that are not from God. Kaitlin Chappell Rogers has experienced this first hand. She is the author of Not From God and is on the show today sharing how we can take back the narrative of our lives and give our story to the rightful Author -- Jesus. Join us as we discuss thoughts and feelings that are not from God and how we can replace them with the Truth that is from Him. We hope that through this episode you realize you don’t have to stay in darkness. God has light for you on the other side.
April 28, 2020
Shifting Perspective With Abby McDonald
Need a shift in perspective? Abby McDonald is the author of Shift: Changing Our Perspective To See The Presence Of God. Join us today as we chat about seeing God in our lives right here and right now no matter what situation you are going through.
April 21, 2020
Stay With Anjuli Paschall
Are you longing for a connection with God and His people but you can't seem to escape the haunting feelings of guilt, shame, loneliness, and fear? Anjuli Paschall is on the show today teaching us to heed the whisper to stay. Could it be that true power and transformation are found in the very places we resist the most?
April 14, 2020
Amy Seiffert - Grace Looks Amazing On You
Amy Seiffert is on the show today inviting us to discover grace in ourselves and in others to realize grace looks amazing on all of us.
April 7, 2020
Karen Ehman - Scattering Love
Karen Ehman is encouraging us to love others with our lives through our words and actions in every relationship. How can you scatter love today? We discuss: Discovering contentment and joy in the midst of it all our worldly trials, disappointments, temptations, fractured friendships, and financial hardships by prioritizing what matters most—Christ Keeping Christ our number one priority Shifting from self-obsessed to selfless Embracing backwards living Noticing those who least expect to be seen Reaching out to the lonely, the marginalized, the outcast, and the odd duck Listening for heart drops How to genuinely love the hard-to-love Scattering love Showing up in marriage How God’s Word alters our words When it is better to just stay silent
March 31, 2020
Kara Lawler - Everywhere Holy
Are you struggling to find the holy in your current situation? In the unprecedented season we are all experiencing, is it possible to see God in it? Kara is on the show today talking about her book Everywhere Holy. We are chatting about depression and anxiety and how to feel more grateful and at peace. In this episode, Kara helps us realize life doesn’t have to be lived on grand mountain tops for it to be meaningful. God is at work right now wherever you are. In the midst of your ordinary routine, in the faces of your family and friends, and especially in nature. Where are you seeing holy today?
March 24, 2020
Kim Wier
We all long for deep meaningful relationships. But the reality is forming and maintaining strong relationships can be difficult. Kim shares tips from her newest book the Art of Friendship on how to create and keep relationships that matter.
March 17, 2020
Tracey Martin
Tracey Martin and her husband Rick are directors at international Rhema Bible training college in Egypt and missionaries. Join us for today’s episode on life as a missionary family, faith in action, facing opposition in ministry, being obedient, and having the courage to persist in what God is calling you to.
March 10, 2020
Season Bowers
Are you in need of joy today? Look no further than my guest Season Bowers who is a joy bringer! Season is a radio host, author, speaker, wife, and mom. Her life has not been easy, but she has maintained joy through it all and is sharing how we can too on today’s episode.
March 3, 2020
Amanda Florczykowksi.
Amanda’s toddler was taken from her arms in her local grocery store. With her daughter recovered, Amanda began researching. She realized this was more than an abduction attempt when the pattern resembled child sex trafficking in America; something she knew little about. And, it was terrifying. We pray in this episode you find freedom from your own mom-fears, therefore, allowing you to fight this injustice fiercely by applying Biblical truths and practical exercises that will forever change the way you mother.
February 25, 2020
Melissa Lancaster
Melissa Lancaster and I met through a mutual friend Brenda Russell who was on the podcast in season 1 episode 6. Brenda nominated Melissa as one of the most extraordinary givers she has known. Melissa has a Masters of Divinity and a background in counseling. She is currently the Director of Ministry and Volunteer Services at our local hospital. Join us as we discuss motherhood, inadequacy, God’s provision, the power of prayer, and how to love those who are ill and grieving.
February 18, 2020
Chelsey DeMatteis
Chelsey had me on as a guest on her Living With Less podcast several months ago and after getting to know her, I couldn’t wait to have her as my guest on the Love Offering podcast. We chat about her testimony and how we can live with less of the things that are holding us back from being who God has called us to be.
February 11, 2020
Trudy Lonesky
Trudy Lonesky is one of my dearest friends on the planet. She has a heart of gold and I cannot wait to share her story with you. We are chatting about identity on today’s episode. Identity in our childhoods, in parenting, in health, in career, and in ministry. We hope and pray that as you tune in that you too will discover who Christ made you to be and rest in your identity in Him. Regardless of your past or present reality, know you are loved as you are by Him.
February 4, 2020
Holley Gerth
Holley Gerth has personally struggled with anxiety, depression, perfectionism and more, but in this episode she explains these struggles are not her God-given identity or destiny. Many of us carry our false feelings of inadequacy around like a too-heavy tote bag. We aren’t even sure where it came from or how to let it go. We pray as you listen to today’s episode you’ll discover why we are stronger than we know, braver than we feel, and more loved than we can even imagine.
January 28, 2020
Tracy Steel
Tracy Steel, author of a redesigned life is on the show today. She is passionate about re-designing homes and hearts. Join us as we discuss and uncover God‘s purpose when life doesn’t go as planned.
January 22, 2020
Niki Hardy
Niki Hardy lost her mom and sister to cancer and then she was also diagnosed with cancer. She has written the book she wishes she would have had for her journey titled Breathe Again. In it she explores how to live well when life falls apart by offering practical tips to stop merely surviving and start thriving right where you are.
January 14, 2020
Leslie Verner
Many people today feel lonely, isolated, and disconnected from God and others. We crave authentic community, but we have no idea where to start. Leslie Verner shows us how to practice hospitality on today’s episode from her book, Invited: The Power of Hospitality in an Age of Loneliness. Who is on your Jericho road that you can extend an invitation to today? We don’t have to go far to find strangers God wants us to love.
January 7, 2020
Erin L. Todd
Erin authentically shares her story about insecurity, body image, disordered eating, control issues, perfectionism and a lifelong hustle for worthiness. But her story doesn’t end there. God is teaching her she can simultaneously be a masterpiece and a work in progress. She is on a mission to help women who are sick of dieting, tired of hating the way they look, and longing for peace. We hope you find inspiration and encouragement today that will help you on your own health journey and faith journey and discover, as Erin has, the fundamental connection between the two.
December 31, 2019
Andrea Bourgeois
Andrea Bourgeois is a teacher and writer who understands pain and grief. Because of her experiences, she is passionate about helping others realize they are not alone and that there is hope in processing their pain. Dear friend, if you are in a season of suffering, hold on to Jesus. In Him there is hope. Andrea and I pray our conversation restores your heart and leads you to discover the peace and purpose found in God’s promises.
December 24, 2019
Stephanie Roberts
Stephanie Roberts is on the show today sharing her testimony of international and domestic missions. Her story is not what she planned or even what she thought God had initially called her to, but she shares the value of trusting God even when it doesn’t make sense. Her courage and obedience to follow God no matter the cost are inspiring. She now leads a foster care community called Be the Village. While not everyone is called to foster or adopt, she believes everyone can do something. Stephanie believes that the Church is the answer, that Jesus is the answer, and that Jesus wants to use us to be the answer. Let’s “be the village” and be more than enough for others to honor God who is always more than enough.
December 17, 2019
Anne-Renee Gumley and Amanda Bacon
The world is not slowing down. The number of shiny things stealing our attention and distracting us from the mission of motherhood continues to increase. As women we know the magnetic pull to steer away from what’s important and choose what feels irresistible in the moment. Honoring God and loving our families are our highest priority, but sometimes we need help keeping them there. Anne-Renee and Amanda have co-authored Shiny Things: Mothering on Purpose in a World of Distractions. Join us to learn practical tips to resist the pull to be interrupted by non-essentials and focus on God and our priority people.
December 10, 2019
Stephanie Broersma
Stephanie Broersma has been in this dark place of despair. After seven years of a happy marriage, she stumbled on her husband’s deleted email and a history of infidelity and pornography was uncovered. Join us today as we tackle a difficult subject matter about affairs in marriage, but also helping women to heal from this betrayal. If your husband has had an affair… if pornography or sexual addiction has hurt your marriage… if you have discovered an emotional affair… then this message is for you. Stephanie is a living example of how God brings beauty from ashes and how other women can experience this same beauty. How has God made beauty from your ashes?
December 3, 2019
Mattie Wells
Mattie Wells shares her story of pregnancy and infant loss on today’s episode. Mattie is one of the most genuine and kind women I have ever had the privilege to meet. She continues to give through her pain and now is an adoption advocate. I can’t wait for you to hear her testimony and wisdom. How have you been able to give through your pain?
November 26, 2019
Auburn Hensley
To love the unlovable begins with a choice and then it is followed by an action. Once we act on it, our hearts truly change. Auburn Hensley knows this firsthand. She is on the show today talking about keeping faith and hope despite our circumstances. We pray this episode gives you hope in whatever circumstance you find yourself in today.
November 19, 2019
Morgan Tyree
What we do within our seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months, and years will determine our ability to accomplish our goals, realize our dreams, and live out our purpose. Professional organizer Morgan Tyree is on the show today sharing her time management system to help us all find more harmony and less hustle in our overwhelmed lives. What is your best time management tip?
November 12, 2019
Sarah Geringer
Our minds are under attack. Thousands of thoughts fly through our minds every day, many of them negative. And Satan knows how susceptible we are to these negative thoughts that leave us frustrated and feeling defeated, but there is hope. We can transform our thought lives. Sarah Geringer is on the show today giving us guidance to stay grounded in God’s Word and find a greater sense of peace. We pray as you listen to this episode and as you hide God’s Word in your heart and mind, you will move closer to the heart and mind of God.
November 5, 2019
Suzanne Hadley Gosslin
We are talking about motherhood today. For those of you out there who have children of your own, you know being a mom is one of the most rewarding experiences a woman can have but motherhood also has its share of challenges physically, mentally emotionally, and even spiritually. Suzanne and Gretta have teamed up to encourage and assure women that we are not alone through their devotional book called Grit and Grace. What do you love most about being a mother?
October 29, 2019
Cheri Gregory and Amy Carroll
Amy Carroll and Cheri Gregory are on the show today chatting about how women are suffocating under the pressure of being all things to all people; of filling every unfilled spot at church, work, and home; of trying to do it all right, make decisions that benefit everyone else, and keep everyone happy. Join the conversation as we learn to “Exhale” by discovering how to lose who you’re not, love who you are, and live your one life well.
October 22, 2019
Michelle Rabon
I have Michelle Rabon from the Displaying Grace ministry on the show today. We are chatting about her new book, “Holy Mess” and what it means to be a woman radically changed by the Gospel. We discuss our everyday messes, the messes we make, the messes we cannot control, and the beautiful mess God creates in us through Christ so that we will display His grace. How has your life been radically changed?
October 15, 2019
Becky Beresford
Becky Beresford is on the show today talking about caring for those with special needs. She is humble, wise, and brave. I can’t wait for you to hear her story and glean wisdom to apply to your own. How is God calling you to be brave today?
October 8, 2019
Rebecca Dotson George
Rebecca Dotson George is on the show today sharing about 818 Ministries and the Do The Thing Movement. What thing are you inspired to go do?
October 1, 2019
Heather Massey
Heather Massey Foister is on the show today talking about using our gifts for God’s glory. How are you using your gifts to make this world a better place?
September 24, 2019
Jennifer Wagner
Jennifer Wagner shares about her emotional, spiritual, and physical health in today’s episode. We pray through this conversation you realize the healthiest version of yourself in all three categories.
September 17, 2019
Rachel Bruno
In Rachel Bruno’s life everything seemed to be going according to plan, until the unimaginable happened and her world was turned upside down. Tune in to today’s episode as Rachel shares her testimony and how to keep faith through trials. I pray you will be encouraged to never lose hope no matter what situation you are currently facing.
September 10, 2019
Christie Adams
Christie Adams exemplifies what it means to be an extraordinary giver on a daily basis. Her involvement in her community spans the spectrum. What is your favorite service project you have been a part of?
September 3, 2019
Jen Weaver
Jen Weaver is on the show today sharing “A Wife’s Secret to Happiness.” Listen in for practical wisdom to strengthen our marriages. What advice do you have for a wife to strengthen her marriage?
August 27, 2019
Robin Robbs
Robin Robbs is on the show today sharing about her family's journey with childhood cancer. Through the struggle, Robin and her family say the Lord has shown them a new meaning of faithfulness and unbelievable love that can only be experienced from the Heavenly Father. He has given them such an amazing testimony and now they feel it is their mission and duty to show everyone His mercy, grace, love, and ultimate healing power. This episode will bring you to tears of sorrow and of joy. I can’t wait for you to listen. How has God shown up in the midst of your struggle? *While we are thrilled Wyatt has been healed, we are also cognizant that someone listening today has a very different story. If that is you, please accept our deepest condolences and know our thoughts and prayers are with you.
August 20, 2019
Rachel C. Swanson
Rachel C. Swanson is on the show today teaching us how to refine away the lies women are believing and restore them to God’s truths. What truth are you leaning on today?
August 13, 2019
Bobbie Schaeperkoetter
Bobbie Schaeperkoetter is building us up by encouraging us to create lasting and intentional community. Join us as we discuss honoring God amidst the craziness of life. How can you encourage someone today?
August 6, 2019
Becky Keife
In this episode, we discuss motherhood. Join Becky Keife as she shares how to celebrate life and capture the beauty of ordinary days. What do you love most about being a mother?
July 30, 2019
Amanda Davison
Amanda Davison is on the show today and we are talking about marriage. Of all the love offerings we give, loving our husbands is of the utmost importance. I can’t wait for you to hear Amanda’s authentic and wise advice. Join us to experience the fullness and the abundance Christ has for us in marriage and in all relationships.
July 23, 2019
Taylor Robinson
Taylor Robinson is on the show today sharing her testimony and ministry to be an agent of change through fitness and through youth impacted by parental incarceration. Her authenticity is refreshing and her passion inspiring. How can you be an agent of change?
July 16, 2019
The Ruth Experience
I have The Ruth Experience on today’s episode. Julie Fisk, Kendra Roehl, Kristin Demery share about authentic faith, intentional community, and generous living. Join the conversation to discover what it means to live a life of generosity. How can you be more intentional to share God’s kindness with the world around you?
July 9, 2019
Jumbled Dreams
I have mother and daughter Jennifer and Sydnee Floyd on today’s episode sharing about their ministry Jumbled Dreams. What dream has God laid on your heart? What dream can you help make happen in the life of someone else? Join the conversation as we chat about making dreams come true and changing lives through giving and serving.
July 2, 2019
Melanie Redd
Melanie is equally warm as she is wise. Through her words and actions she is inspiring us to Live in Light. Pull up a chair and join the conversation.
June 25, 2019
Cameron Davis
I have the generous Cameron Davis on today’s episode. We are talking about fashion for good and birthday smiles.
June 19, 2019
Shauna Pilgreen
I have Love Where You Live author Shauna Pilgreen on today’s episode. She is encouraging us to live sent wherever we call home.
June 11, 2019
Lynn Cowell
Lynn Cowell is on today’s episode helping us to overcome insecurity and walk into our callings with confidence. With grace filled wisdom, Lynn encourages us to make the difference only we can make. It’s time to make your move.
June 4, 2019
Tiffany Ravedutti
I have the empowering Tiffany Ravedutti on today’s episode. I gleaned so much practical wisdom apply in my day to day life and I believe you will too.
May 28, 2019
Heather McVey and Debbie Earnest
I have the joyful dynamic duo Debbie Earnest and Heather McVey on today’s episode. Together they unfold God’s Word and give light and understanding to our lives.
May 21, 2019
Blythe Daniel and Helen McIntosh
I have mother and daughter, Helen McIntosh and Blythe Daniel on today’s episode. Their collective wisdom is unparalleled. Together we talk about rebuilding, restoring, and repairing mother and daughter relationships. No matter where you find yourself in your own relationship, today’s episode will give you practical steps to make this special relationship stronger and healthier than ever before.
May 14, 2019
Erin Weidemann
I have the Truth Becomes Her and Bible Belles co-founder Erin Weidemann on today’s episode. She is passionate about equipping women and the young girls in their lives to follow God’s call. If you have a young woman in your life that you are influencing, this podcast is for you.
May 7, 2019
Katie Reid
Katie gives doers freedom from our perfectionistic tendencies. Join us as we learn to exchange try hard striving for hope filled freedom.
April 30, 2019
Rachael Gilbert
The humble Rachael Gilbert is on today’s episode cheering us on to let go of fear and chase after our God given dreams.  
April 22, 2019
Kristin Bonin
Kristin helps us to awaken a real faith in a real world. She brought me to tears in my own awakening. I pray our conversation does the same for you. 
April 16, 2019
Jodi Howe
We are talking about anxiety on today’s episode. Join us as we find peace in our mental storms.
April 8, 2019
Leslie Poole
Leslie both brings me to tears and makes me laugh all in one episode. She was a divine appointment once for me at a time I needed it most and I pray our conversation is a divine appointment for you too.
April 2, 2019
Kristin Funston
Kristin guides us to live a whole and holy life. Join us as we chat about getting creative, enjoying God’s word, and living from a place of abundance.
March 25, 2019
Erin Brown Hollis
Erin is both real and remarkable. Her humility is inspiring and her joy is contagious. Tune in and discover truth to apply to your own life.
March 19, 2019
Jo Ellen Whitaker
I am with the genuine Jo Ellen Whitaker on today’s episode. Join us as we discuss working in the school system with young people, miracles and the power of prayer, the peace that passes all understanding, and stepping up to serve. I have no doubt you’ll love her heart as much as I do.
March 12, 2019
Denise Pass
Join us as we go deep and bring the topic of shame to the light. I pray through listening you move from hiding into healing.
March 5, 2019
Rebecca Measel
Rebecca talks about blessings in the midst of our sometimes crazy lives. We discuss leadership, mentorship, and preparation. 
February 26, 2019
Jennifer Renee Watson
I have genuine and gutsy Jennifer Renee Watson on this week’s episode. Together we chat about how to stop feeling stuck and experience lasting freedom. Join us as we go deeper than just small talk. Tune in to discover a breakthrough of your own.
February 19, 2019
Kelly Lester
I have my sister-in-law Kelly Adams Lester on today’s episode. I adore her and am constantly inspired by her authenticity and zeal for the Lord. Grab a cup of coffee, take a seat at the family table, and join in as we discuss being a pastor’s wife, dreaming big, and blooming where you are planted. 
February 12, 2019
Brenda Russell
I am with the compassionate Brenda Russell discussing filling people’s stomachs and hearts. You will be encouraged to give right where you are with the gifts you have been given. As Brenda shares in today’s episode, any act of love can make a difference.  
February 5, 2019
Emily Fox
Emily shares about the importance of community, Forget the Frock, the IF:Gathering, and Down Syndrome. 
January 28, 2019
Colene Elridge
Colene Elridge shares about forgiveness, Monday morning pep talks, the importance of having vision, and how to be more.
January 22, 2019
Amy Debrucque
Amy Debrucque shares on grief, hope, and living life in the present
January 14, 2019
Paige McQueen Eavenson
Paige McQueen Eavenson shares on life not going as planned and the joy she found despite
January 7, 2019
The Love Offering Inspiration
In this episode I share my story, the inspiration behind The Love Offering, and why I am so passionate about this project.
December 28, 2018