Hi Friends! Today I'm sharing a podcast interview that is sure to give you the strength that you need right now, no matter what you are facing! Strength that you cannot 'work up' on your own, manufacture, or even...fake. The strength Alli Worthington points us to is directly from the greatest power source in the Universe -- our incredibly, all-powerful, loving God. This interview with Alli had me so pumped up -- and I cannot wait for you to listen! Alli's book,
Aloha Friends! I've got something so special to share on the podcast today! I'm so excited to get to share a sneak peek, -- some special clips from 7 of the interviews which are a part of the Character Training Course. The Character Training Course is finally set to LAUNCH next Monday, and doors will only be open for FIVE DAYS...from Monday, September 28th until Friday, October 2nd. Besides these awesome interviews, there is plenty more to the course, including:
Anyone else out there remember being a worrier as a kid? 🙋♀️ I hadn't really thought about it before, but this conversation with Sissy Goff helped me better understand childhood worriers -- myself included. Friends, I am so happy to get to share this conversation with you! Sissy Goff has authored many books (a few of my favorites listed in notes, below) and she is the Director of Child and Adolescent Counseling at Daystar Counseling Ministries. Recently, Sissy wrote a book
I remember...just like yesterday...when the idea of sending my oldest son to college sounded absolutely crazy. Like it was so far away...why would I even think about it? (Or want to?) But, the grandmas were right again when they said "Just blink and they'll be all grown up!" Sending kids off to college...or launching them into whatever future they choose...can be a bittersweet topic. It can be all at once everything we have prayed for, worked for, and dreamed of.
I'm calling this week's Boy Mom Podcast episode a big breath of fresh air for all...of...us. 😊 Whether you have boys or girls, whether you homeschool, distance school, or aren't sure what you're doing for school, I think just hearing my guest, Corinne Gold, share perspectives from her life will be incredibly refreshing to everyone! Corinne is my real-life friend here in Hawaii, and it's my honor to share her with you! She recently had a baby BOY after three girls, and I am so
Dave and I have always had a weakness for eating out. We love date nights, and splurge more than we should on good food. We have many fun family memories of eating out at simple (family-friendly) restaurants with the kids too -- especially back when they could just eat a bit off our plates or split a burrito between two of them. While I remember often leaving a restaurant asking myself, "Why did we try that again?" I am glad for the memories we have at our local Mexican spot,
It may not surprise you to hear that today's Podcast Episode is one of my alllll time favorites. I am so excited to share this honest talk about parenting boys in the teenage years with you. I am super honored to be joined by Krista Gilbert, author, podcaster, and mom to four kids (three which happen to be teenage boys!) Krista and I get real about the joys and challenges of raising teenage boys. We cover everything from influences and friendships, to dating, substance
If there's ever been a time that is tricky to have kids tuning into the news...it is 2020. 😯 I want my boys to be up-to-date on current events, but the news can be confusing and overwhelming (not to mention, biased.) Dave and I try to use news stories to open up good conversations with our kids, but that isn't always possible. With this in mind, I was beyond happy to find out about World Watch -- a 10- minute, daily current events program geared towards