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Mar
12

Confession Question: How do you put pressure on yourself to be productive? Kara Culver joins us for a conversation about how we can resist the urge to optimize our lives and overcome the stress of pursuing perfection.

Mar
5

She's Back! (Episode 65)

Suzie is back after her cancer surgery. Woo-hoo! We talk about her journey, what she’s learned, and what’s ahead. You’ll be encouraged.  

Feb
27

Confession Question: What’s a space in your life that felt unsafe but has become a brave place? Guest Christy Rodriguez talks with us about overcoming fear and daring to step into all God has for us.

Feb
20

When God Feels Gone (Episode 63)

Michele Cushatt is an author, speaker, cancer survivor and more. Her new book is Relentless: The Unshakeable Presence of a God Who Never Leaves and you can connect with her through her site, MicheleCushatt.com. 

Feb
13

Confession Question: What do you wish people knew about being single? Guest Jenn Hand answers, talks about coming alive, and shares how we can love others well. 

Feb
6

Ever really wanted something to happen but God's answer seems to be "not right now"? We talk about those times in our lives, what's hard about them, and how we can wait well.

Jan
30

Not Right Now (Episode 60)

Ever really wanted something to happen but God's answer seems to be "not right now"? We talk about those times in our lives, what's hard about them, and how we can wait well.

Jan
23

Confession Question: What's one of your favorite excuses? We've got plenty and we're sharing them, along with how we can all overcome excuses and move forward this year.

Jan
16

A God-sized dream might not be what you think. It isn't about a BIG dream but discovering God's best for you right where you are. We talk about how to do that in 2020.

Jan
9

Confession Question: What's one word you'd like to eliminate from your life this year? Everyone is chatting about their words for the year, but we're talking about the words we're leaving behind. Bye-bye.