Stories of Adoption, Hope and Purposeful Family Life with Tricia Goyer :: ITA 124

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Tricia Goyer is a busy mom of ten, grandmother of two, and wife to her husband John. She shares her family’s story about adopting seven children ranging in age from 2 to 16 after her three biological children were older.  

In and around the hustle and bustle of family life, homeschooling, and therapy, she also manages to find the time to write fictional tales delighting and entertaining readers and non-fiction titles offering encouragement and hope.

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Saying Yes, Finding Beauty in God’s Plans: with Heather Avis :: ITA 123

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Mother of three adopted children—two with Down syndrome—Heather Avis has learned that it’s the lucky few that recognize God’s plans are best, even when they seem radically different than our own.

“I had no clue that by saying yes to adoption and yes to Down Syndrome, the ripple effect would happen all for God’s glory and by His grace.”

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Lisa-Jo Baker

Intentional Friendships with Lisa-Jo Baker :: ITA122

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Mom and author Lisa-Jo Baker has served as a community manager at www.incourage.me for seven years talking with women about what makes Godly friendships work. She shares what she’s learned about finding and fostering friendships that are more like sweatpants than skinny jeans and how to avoid potential friendship roadblocks.

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Using Our Fighting Words with Ellie Holcomb :: ITA#120

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When we realize we’re believing lies about who we are and God’s purpose for our life, we have a choice — admit defeat OR fight back with the truth of God’s word. In this podcast, singer/songwriter Ellie Holcomb shares how she memorizes scriptures to use as ‘fighting words’ against lies.
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