Susan, Katie and Portia reminisce about favorite episodes and make an announcement about the future of all things She Speaks Stories. Listen in and be reminded about the power of stories.
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Ed Wanderer grew up in a Washington, D.C. suburb in a loving family and life overflowing with books, sports and exploring the US and Europe with his parents and grandparents. Marrying the love of his life, they went on to adopt three beautiful
For Kira Fontana, creating music has always been spiritual. After studying music composition on the East Coast, Kira moved to Los Angeles to further her music career and ended up one of the top vocal coaches in the city. Discouraged with what s
Andrea is not only the author of two books, but also a Family and Consumer Sciences high school teacher. She lives with her husband, Brian, and their four-year-old son in Lake Charles, Louisiana. (Side note, she went to high school with Adam Bu
Jimmy and Kristin Scroggins have been married for over 25 years and have eight children. They have served at Family Church since Jimmy became the lead pastor in July 2008. Under Jimmy’s leadership, Family Church has grown into a network of thir
For too long, women have assumed they are outliers in their sexual struggles. This assumption often keeps them silent, leaving them to face the battle by themselves. Through working with women in their 20s and 30s, young adult minister Ashley C
Author, podcaster, photographer and blogger, Kat Harris loves to equip and empower women to walk in their worth. With us today in all of her sassiness, she shares her journey growing up in the southern American culture and later moving to and d
Chrissie Kenaston is a military spouse, a mom of three beautiful children, and the author of What If I Name Her Grace? –a transformative tale of trying to live like Jesus in the trenches of early marriage and motherhood… and learning how to fin
Pulled from our most recent At the Table virtual event on January 27, join Portia Allen, Irene Rollins, Susan Wanderer, Katie Hawkins and our very special guest Sarah Anderson around the table.
How do we live together when religion and politi
Chandra Moyer is a speaker, author, life coach, and decorated former Army officer. For three decades, she has empowered women through speaking, books, coaching, conferences, retreats, and workshops. As a survivor of incest and complex trauma, C
She’s seventeen and the third born of six with a heart-felt desire to honor God with the gift of worship. Story community, come join us at the table for more of Claire Seevers’s story!
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She grew up the oldest child of four and the daughter of an Air Force Chaplain moving every 2-3 years. Today she’s mom to four and co-pastor of Lifepoint Church with husband Daniel Floyd. Lean in and listen in to Tammie Floyd’s story of staying
Encouraged by the mentoring of teachers in high school, Danny Forshee’s gift for learning came alive. A few years later his heart did, too, with a new passion to share the Gospel. Surrendering to this new life, he focused on an accelerated path
Nancy grew up in southern California and graduated from Point Loma University before moving to Minnesota with her husband, John. She loves to travel, has been on 15 worldwide mission trips, published articles for various publications; and loves
Counselor, case manager, program administrator, researcher, mentor and life coach—Tabatha Perry has worn many hats, and in each role, loved problem solving to help people achieve their goals. Join us as we listen in to her story and celebrate h
Sharon Garlough Brown is an author, spiritual director, speaker and cofounder of Abiding Way Ministries, an organization providing spiritual retreats and growth. As a graduate of Princeton Theological Seminary, she’s served on the pastoral staf
In 2016, Catherine Poss, a cardiac care traveling nurse and her husband of 15 months masterfully packed all their belongings and set off from Houston for a road trip to Catherine’s new assignment in California. Filled with hope, little did she
Has God given you a dream? One so big, so out of reach that you can give a thousand reasons why it can never come to fruition? Motivation might be low, money tight and life busy, but push through your procrastinations and keep the result in min
Lynn Donovan is a speaker, award-winning author, pastor, spiritual formation coach and an ordinary woman who shares with audiences her everyday adventures of walking with God. Delighting to inspire women to step fully into their divine identity
She grew up in the Saturday Night Live's Green Room and started writing her autobiography when she was eight years old. Today’s she’s a mom with a biblical counseling degree who’s taught school, married a pastor and enjoys studying stand-up com
She’s often been compared to a velvet-wrapped sword: her voice is soothing and her messages are piercing. She loves to study and teach less than trendy themes like what grows in barren seasons, the discipline of decrease, doubt as a growing pai
Listeners, we’re so excited to introduce you to Ellen Vaughn—a wife, mom, grandmother, speaker and New York Times bestselling author who’s written or co-written 23 books. She joins us today for a conversation about the intersection of her st
Amanda Mejias has been passionate about equipping the global Church since her freshman year of college. She grew up in Hampton, VA, then went on to work at her home church while earning her undergraduate and seminary degrees online through Libe
In 1999, Lilly Klepp heard a speaker describe the plight of orphans and widows in southern Sudan. For more than 20 years, Sudan had been in a vicious civil war that had left more than 2 million people dead, 6 million homeless and thousands of w
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