Some of the most recent guests we’ve been inspired by.
After losing his wife to colon cancer, Jason Clawson found himself feeling alone at a breaking point yet he found the courage to reach out for help from those he trusted and build a support team to get him and his children through their darkest time. He took that experience and transformed it into a platform that now brings “hope” to thousands of people going through their own hard times, too. Listen to the episode.
What makes a house, a home? Camilla Packer shares insights on the value of doing “today’s work” today, enjoying the present moment, and finding beautiful (sometimes hidden) treasures along the way. Listen to the episode.
You are a creator…now it’s time to make something beautiful! Artist Eva Timothy shares her story of living in, and eventually leaving a communist country, her love of freedom and artistic expression, and how each of us can create amazing things beyond our wildest dreams. Listen to the episode.
Change doesn’t come easy, especially when you’re stuck in addiction and a pile of poor choices. Author Portia Louder talks about her journey through federal prison, the power of owning your mistakes, and how pain can help you find a much deeper level of joy. Listen to the episode.
If you, or someone you know has ever struggled with mental health, pornography, or having a healthy self-image – this episode is for you! Smith Alley from Live Life Bigger about dealing with the consequences of porn addiction, what it means to be “safe” on social media, and having a change of heart AND a change of habit so you can heal from any emotional or mental “paper cuts” you may experience in life. Listen to the episode.
How do you open the door to personal revelation in your life and see yourself the way God sees you? Rachel Rhien Tucker from @seeking_diligently talks about learning to trust in the Lord’s timing, what it means to become a woman of God, and responding to “divine downloads” that help us see ourselves in a whole new light. Listen to the episode.
Have you ever felt like teenagers were missing half their brain sometimes? YouTuber, Podcaster, and Life Coach Steve Scott about how you can build a healthy relationship with your teenagers by better understanding the way their brains function. And by “turning them over to God”, you both will find strength, especially when life doesn’t turn out like you (or they) thought it would. Listen to the episode.
Life can sure be a challenging up and down right, can’t it? Alisha Coakley, co-host of the Latter-day Lights podcast about how sometimes, the best things you can do is give up and let Christ take the wheel. Listen to the episode.
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