Stacey is a wife and girl mom who began blogging after choosing to be open-handed with her story - one that includes a child with a chronic illness and a husband who is still recovering from a life-threatening cardiac event. Self-described as "a believer and writer who loves God’s Word and connecting with women," Stacey has written several books and hundreds of blog posts to encourage other weary moms with the message that God never wastes our pain; He is always working for our good.
Alisa Keeton has been involved in the fitness world her whole life. Once God got a hold of her heart she answered the call to create a space and train others to connect faith and fitness- in a way that was not cheesy and gross. This conversation is about way more than fitness though, so stick around even if you don't consider yourself an athlete.
Lindsay is a mom who was blindsided by a situation that affects 1 in 5 women after childbirth. After the birth of her son, she struggled for 6 years through postpartum depression. She bravely stared in and co-produced a riveting documentary called When The Bough Breaks that you need to watch even if you're not a new mom.
Karen is a visionary wife and mom who LOVES encouraging and spurring on other women. She loves it so much she started what is now a thriving community to do just that. I wanted to bring her on to share with you her amazing story of an unhealthy church situation and how she rebuilt her life and her understanding of who God is.
Some of us are able to tell stories eloquently. Some of our stories have rough places that can seem too dark to overcome. My friend Amber's story is both; incredibly difficult AND beautifully told. She is a gifted storyteller with a story of forgiveness and grace that will knock your socks off. Or, since it's summer, maybe just knock your flip flops across the room.
May I please introduce you to my darling friend Eryn? She's one of those gems who doesn't know how great she is. She's all about encouraging women to be more healthy both spiritually and physically. In this interview she shares with us a journey she hasn't talked about much; her nearly decade-long battle with anorexia. Listen, if you're like me and don't have an eating disorder, I bet you still have an issue (or seven) with food. Regardless, I know you'll get a lot out of this chat. I certainly did.