The Struggle Well Project

podcast

September Problem Solved

This month we’re solving everything from coping with your kids growing out of the baby phase to wishing your kids would grow up. Also binge eating, high school hazing, closet organization and farting Birkenstocks. Trust us. We’re experts (basically).

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#153: Cultivating What You're Given with Ellie Holcomb

Ellie Holcomb has created a beautiful, scripture rooted, children’s musical project Sing: Creation Songs. She wanted to write songs that were directly inspired by both God’s word and His beautiful creation that is a perfect companion piece to her upcoming children’s book Who Sang The First Song?. Each song is tied to specific Scripture, but is also full of rich imagery from the world around us.

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Spirituality, Identity, Familyemily
August Problem Solved

This month we're tackling all the problems from picking out the perfect stroller to extreme wedding party expenses. Plus, Emily explains why you need to have a Newfie Poo and we've got an exciting update on Rebecky's book deal!

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#146: Living Ready to Leave with Kelly Sites

Kelly Sites is a wife and mom to 19-year-old twins who she homeschooled all the way through high school. She has been a registered nurse for 20 years and has worked as an international disaster response nurse with Samaritan's Purse since 2010. She has deployed over 13 times to disasters around the world, including the Cholera outbreak in Haiti, tsunamis, earthquakes, and hurricanes.

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Community, Familyemily
ENCORE: Viewing Inadequacies as Gifts with Anjuli Paschall

This girl is authentic. She is honest and not afraid to speak up about her struggles because she knows that's how others can know they are not alone. She's my kind of girl. You're going to love hearing her share her heart towards mothering in particular and life in general. I know I did!

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emily
ENCORE: Crazy Incredible Redemption of Horrific Things with Amber Newberry

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.

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emily