In a culture that’s obsessed with love and romance, why are there so many women not enjoying satisfying, long-term relationships?
Today you’ll hear from Girl Defined Ministries co-founder, Bethany Beal, who will unpack God’s original design for romance. She’ll address today’s popular hook-up culture, common dating mistakes, appropriate physical boundaries, and if it’s possible to experience your own happily ever after.
Episode 209 [Part 1]
Episode 209 [Part 2 – After Hours]
Lots of women feel lost in their marriages. They don’t know what to do with their disappointment, when to ask for help, or what it looks like to let go of the need to control. And then there’s the s-word … submission! How are we supposed to go about that?
Well today, psychologist and author, Dr. Juli Slattery, gently guides us in seeing how a woman’s attempt to manage or fix the messiness of marriage may actually undermine the very connection she wants to build. Juli also explains how women hold a surprising amount of power in a relationship and how you can use this power well in your marriage.
Do you want to make a difference in the lives of others but feel inadequate to the task? Or perhaps you believe the influence you could have is stifled by your everyday responsibilities. Well, believe it or not, you have incredible influence, and today you’ll learn how that’s true.
Author Bobi Ann Allen joins me on the 4:13 Podcast and shares that when you view your life through the lens of leadership, it turns the mundane into meaningful and the small into significant. She’ll help you see that you do have influence, and that influence is tied to your identity in Christ.
Studies have shown that the health benefits of friendship include a stronger immune system, faster recovery time from illness, lower anxiety levels, and an increase in your generosity. We all need some of that, right?
GIVEAWAY ALERT: You can win the book Reach Out, Gather In by this week’s podcast guest. Keep reading to find out how!
In this day and age, when technology lets us be everywhere and nowhere all at once, do you ever feel more disconnected than connected? Sometimes I do! It makes me wonder if we’ve gotten so comfortable behind our screens that we’re uncomfortable with having somebody sitting across our table.
Did you know my maiden name is Jolly? So, I often joke that I get joy honestly!