In this episode, I talk with Annie Tucker, Founder of Take A Bite Blog, about the realities of singleness and the defining steps we can take to walk through this season of life. We can wait well with our hope!
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“You do you.” What does that mean in our lives? Really. What does that mean to us? Do we seek to know ourselves or are we too busy and distracted to be intentional and mindful of fulfilling who we were created to be?
In Part 2 of this episode on bearing grief, I talk with a dear friend about connecting with friends who are processing through grief. How can we effectively bear their grief with them? Make sure to listen to Part 1 of our conversation to listen about the fog of grief. Resources mentioned in this episode: […]
In Part 1 of this episode on bearing grief, I talk with a dear friend about the fog of grief. The process of grief is not linear, but there are ways to engage in life to bring us to a place of grace. Come back for Part 2 where we will discuss how we walk […]
In this episode, I share my practice of thankfulness. It is a practice that can help us move through hard seasons. I am reviving my “Thankfulday” on Instagram and I invite you to join me sharing the things for which you are thankful!
Join me while I talk with Ann Golding, Staff Chaplain at UT Southwestern. What can we do when we begin going through depression and how can we help our friends? Ann and I discuss how we can take ownership of our health to make sure we recover. We also discuss how to be a good […]
Listen to part two of my conversation with Taurus where we openly process through current storms. How can we apply lessons from past storms and experiences to work together and learn from one another? Find encouragement to face your life storms. “[The storm] doesn’t always look like we hoped it would.”
Both Taurus and I have sheltered in place during extremely destructive tornadoes. Listen to Part 1 of our conversation about what can happen when we observe the noise and chaos that transpires after a tornado and how we can apply these lessons to process other “storms” of life. “The storm can be extremely ugly, but […]