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Mompreneurs: Turning Your Hobby Into a Business with Christy Wright : ITA 103

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So often as moms, we put our hobbies, dreams, ideas, and skills on the back-burner.  Maybe you think no one would want what you’re offering.  Or maybe the logistics of starting a business are just too intimidating.

Entrepreneur Christy Wright is inspiring us today with great ideas on how to turn your hobbies and interests into an actual, money-making business.

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Fighting Insecurity :: Annie Downs :: ITA102

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Annie Downs has a way with words. She is one of my (and my daughters’) favorite story tellers and wisdom slingers. And as engaging as she is on paper, she may be even more so live.

Today we’re chatting with Annie about a topic that moms fight more often than we’d like to admit. Insecurity. Annie shares her own journey of insecurity as well as wisdom on how we can fight it.
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Fighting Motherhood Myths with Ruth Schwenk :: ITA101

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There are so many motherhood myths out there we start to believe once we become moms. They can hold us back from living out our mission as moms. When we believe those myths about ourselves, they change how we can best parent and love our children. My guest on this episode, Ruth Schwenk, shares how to replace these myths with the truth of who God has created us to be as moms.

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Parenting without Regret :: Laura Seibert :: ITA100

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Of all the people that I’ve ever interviewed, there are few people I could recommend with more integrity and wisdom than Laura. Her words as a mom and a wife hold such weight and I was greatly encouraged by what she said about owning motherhood. I know you’ll be inspired by everything Laura shares with us in this episode.

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Simple Bible Study Tips for Busy Moms :: Katie Orr :: ITA99

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As moms, it can be challenging to find time to go as deep as we want into Scripture. That’s why I’m excited to introduce you to Katie Orr, a pastor’s wife and the author of a new bible study series that you will love. Katie’s tips and ideas for how to find time to dive into the Word are practical and I’m sure you’ll find them to be incredibly helpful.

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Embrace Life, Live Curiously :: Logan Wolfram :: ITA96

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As moms who are raising the next generation, something that is so important is reigniting our faith. As we teach and model this for our children, they watch and pick up on how we live out our faith. Logan Wolfram, my guest on this episode of the podcast, is the perfect person to learn from and chat with about this! I know you’ll be both encouraged and challenged – in a good way – by everything she shares.

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Preparing for the Teen Years :: Elisa Pulliam :: ITA95

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Every time Elisa shares with us on the podcast, she offers so much wisdom and insight. Today’s episode is no exception! We chat about parenting tweens and teens differently but fairly, paying attention to the state of our child’s heart, having transparent conversations and preparing for the teen years. I loved our conversation and I know you will too!
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Building a Beautiful Home from the Inside Out :: Sally Clarkson :: ITA98

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Sally Clarkson has changed the way I look at my home. It’s not just a house to decorate. Building a beautiful home is about creating a family culture, fun traditions and an environment that gives life to everyone who enters.

Join me today as we talk with Sally Clarkson about how to build a life giving home.
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Rest Easy Moms, We Are Not the Rescuers :: Sally Lloyd-Jones :: ITA94

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I can’t tell you how much I enjoyed talking with Sally Lloyd-Jones! She has such encouraging words for us, particularly about how we as moms are not called to be the rescuers of our children. You won’t want to miss the episode as Sally reminds us that we aren’t called to do it all – our children simply need us to be their mom.
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