Karen Harrison and I discuss her struggles with infertility, the loss of a child, and how she is now helping others experiencing the same tragedies. Karen is a mom, wife, child life specialist, avid woodburner, and one of the founders of Forget Me Not Ministries. Forget Me Not is a ministry focused on helping those that have struggled with fertility issues or are grieving the loss of a baby born in any trimester. It's a heavy place to be, but Karen and those that serve with h
In the final episode of the Weight of the Word series, we are talking about Scripture Memory. Why Scripture Memory is important, what the benefits are, and how to be successful at it. Instead of interviewing one guest like normal, there was some really great advice in this area from several of our previous guests. So I chose clips from those guests and brought them into one wisdom filled episode. We've never done something like this, but hearing different voices speak on the
In Episode 1 of the Weight of the Word Series, Hanna Seymour and I chat about how God led her to pour into young women providing for them a person they could trust and how she is continuing to help others feel confident as they approach God’s Word daily. We discuss why it is crucial to our mental and spiritual health that we spend regular time with God in the Word.
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Imagine being pregnant, alone, facing judgement from family, and unsure of where to go for help. Ashlee Schomburg works for the Choices Pregnancy Center in Arizona where they meet women in this exact situation with open arms. Many of the young women and men they serve at Choices are at a crossroads in their lives due to an unplanned pregnancy. Choices seeks to provide a safe place to talk, explore options, seek medical services, learn about available resources and hear about
"How do I find someone to disciple or mentor me?" A question that I have heard many times since beginning my journey into discipleship. So I start by diving into the 3 levels of discipleship (mentor, associate, and apprentice). Then I walk through the PLAA Process- a 4 step plan for finding a person to disciple you or a person to disciple. With this information and process, I demystify discipleship and make finding a discipler assessable for everyone.
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