Jennifer Spills the Beans With Phil on Love and Marriage [Episode 29 With Phil Rothschild]

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If you’ve ever attended one of my Fresh Grounded Faith women’s events, you know that my guests and I always “Spill the Beans” during one of the sessions. We take the stage with a stack of your questions and answer them unplanned.

Well, sister, today I am spilling the beans with my stud husband, Phil, on the podcast—and, let me just say, these are some sizzling beans!

Jennifer Spills the Beans About Depression [Episode 25]

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Depression. It’s something I get asked lots of questions about both online and at my conferences—and, sister, it’s also something I have experienced.

Several years ago, I was traveling the country, teaching the Bible, and speaking of God’s peace and goodness, but privately I was battling depression. For me, it was a rough year full of questions, discontent, and despair.

Jennifer Spills the Beans About Life, Faith, and Blindness [Episode 16]

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What do you get when you have two friends, a pile of random questions, and no prep? This episode of the 4:13 Podcast!

If you’ve ever attended one of my Fresh Grounded Faith women’s events, you know that my guests and I always “Spill the Beans” during one of the sessions. We take the stage with a stack of your questions and answer them unplanned and unrehearsed.

When You’ve Had Enough, He is Enough

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Welcome to Spill the Beans! In this post, I’m answering a question submitted by a reader, and… spilling my beans! If you’d like to submit a question, you can email me by clicking here.

This question struck me because it was so poignant and honest. And, it helped me too… it reminded me once again that you can accept something God allows and still experience weariness. All I could really give my blind, tired sister was empathy. And, that is what Jesus gives each of us every day. Read her words, you may see your own.