#118: Getting Real with Alison Stooksbury
Alison Stooksbury lives in Knoxville, TN and is a stay-at-home mom to two. Her husband Brandon builds houses and at the time of this interview, he was over a year into building their dream house - by himself.
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What we chat about:
- How her husband working on their dream home affected their marriage and what they've done to stay connected
- Struggling through the adjustment of becoming a full-time stay-at-home mom
- Battling the lies that can pull her into depression
- How God has worked in her life as she has become increasingly honest with Him
- A practical way she's made reading the Bible a priority in her life
Where to find Alison:
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