I’m headed out this afternoon to Florida with some girlfriends from high school. This is our second annual trip—and we’re thrilled to be able to go again. Last year, I posted on Instagram about my trip, and I got a million responses—mostly wome
How do we live in a world where our physical and mental tasks keep getting easier (but also somehow more complicated?). What does it mean when our domestic tasks take less effort? Can we have a bigger imagination conquering other human problems
This episode is about where we come from and what lingers in us from those we give life to. As I’ve been holed up this winter, I’ve been thumbing through pictures of my grandmothers when they were young girls and then young women. These boxes o
Today, we’re going to talk about what happens when we tell ourselves stories to fill in the gaps that are unknown. Our mind is a powerful organ…the most powerful organ in our body arguably. In 2018, I wrote a book called Preach to Yourself that
As the world learned yesterday of Kobe Bryant’s unexpected death along with his 13 year old daughter and 7 others—and as even today we await more from the Senate impeachment trial—our personal and public worlds seem unwell and awry. These are o
My brain feels fizzly, kind of like water that’s waiting to boil. It has those tiny bubbles on the bottom of the pot that haven’t started to rise but are dancing and vibrating and shaking with pent-up energy.This is what happens when I’ve taken
It may be because I came to Jesus as a teenager, but I’ve always felt like my faith is sturdy precisely because I chose it after being exposed to so many other worldviews. All else was found wanting—and Jesus offered me everything. I am not afr
We are nearing the end of a decade, but before we go gung-ho into 2020, I propose we slow down for just a minute and look back. This episode features two prompts to reflect on 2019. I am forgetful. I am susceptible to laying down what God has p
By June 2018, I was in the peak of what I now call my blah "gray phase". I had lost my verve, my voice, my confidence. I got weird and swirly and I let others have too much a say in what I thought about myself, my calling, and even my place in
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