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Claim your free copy of my prayer guide and journal! https://elizabethmeyers.me/prayerguide would you be willing to do to get out of debt? Could you be as extreme as our next guest? Nikolas lived in a 1986 Subur…
Have you ever wondered if it’s okay for Christians to practice Yoga? Is it a form of exercise or a false religion? How can a Christian practice yoga and still honor her faith in Jesus?
Our guest on the Resilient Life Hacks podcast today, Miranda Jo Davis, is equipped to answer all these questions …
youPodcast Episode with James Perdue
When life is difficult and painful, it’s tempting to throw in the towel and just quit trying. However, the sweetest rewards come when we persevere in spite of our obstacles. James has such an inspiring story of not giving up, even when doctors said he would neve…
The Mind-Body Connection to Healing Chronic Illness with Debbie Emmick
The Other Side of Perfect is a brutally honest and revealing peek into the life of a woman whose multiple diagnoses and bleak prognosis would be the surprising source of her ultimate liberation. After trying everything she knew…
Yvette Walker is an award-winning journalist and educator. She is a writer, blogger and lyricist of Christian songs. Her venture into podcasting came through a yearning to share God with others through the creative gifts He gave her.
In search of deeper expression, she went to Christi…
Winning Strategies From the Blind Blogger
Maxwell Ivey known around the world as The Blind Blogger has transformed himself from a failed carnival owner to respected amusement equipment broker to self-help author, motivational speaker, online media publicist, and host of the What’s Your Excuse podc…
Cynthia Cline is a veteran of the U.S. Air Force, a Military Spouse, and a momma to two. She served 7 years as a 38F/P Personnelist and recently separated to pursue her passion for encouraging and equipping women in the areas of motherhood, marriage, and relationships through the lens of Christian …
You don't have to wait until everything is perfect before you jump in and do the thing you were born to do. Is the feeling of inadequacy holding you back? Fear no longer!
Troy Ritchie, author of the book You Got It, Now Go Get It, shows us how doing something you're not naturally good at can insp…
Meg Glesener is the host of the award-winning podcast, Letters From Home and a mother of eight. Today, she shares with us about the importance of moms sharing a supportive and vibrant community.
Podcast Ep. 25 with Linda Olson
Discover the Power of Your Story to Transform Your Life and Others
Linda is generously offering a free pdf version of her book, Love Your Story: Let God Define Your Story To Be The Champion You Were Meant To Be, to all liste…
Coni and her husband had to sell everything to go to the mission field in Africa. So what did they do when someone stole everything they owned???
Coni Knepper knew God had called her to the mission field, so when all their earthly possessions were stolen and her husband wasn't given much time to live, she called out to God for his plan to be accomplished. Her her reaction when things went from bad to worse.
When God healed Coni's husband, the doctor wasn't prepared for what happened next!
Sometimes when life is hard, God has you right where he wants you - depending on him for every breath, every moment. Then he knows you're ready to do something big.
We serve a big God. Ask Him for BIG things. He loves it when we do that!
Don't dream small, play small, or live small. Show the world how great God is by what he does through you.
Missionary to Tanzania, Coni Knepper, shares what Christians should pursue when they give God the glory.
Missionary and children's book author, Coni Knepper, shares the perfect Swahili word to use when things aren't going your way!
Encourage others by seeing them the way God sees and calling out that goodness within them, even if (especially when) they can't see it themselves.
Take it from a long-time faker. It's not worth it. Be honest about where you really are.
We don't get a choice in what happens to us, but we can choose how we respond.
Everybody's going through something difficult. Instead of judging, let's all just give each other some grace.
How do you show grace to others?
Sloane Kini shares how worshipping God in the midst of a difficult time has brought her joy.
When we've done all we can, there is nothing left to do but to show up. Don't forget to ask God to show up too! You don't want to go out there alone!
Whatever you're dealing with, pain is pain. It's pointless to compare. Let's validate one another and support our sisters and brothers.