104: Online vs. Real-Life Titus 2 Mentors

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Listen here: iTunes |Spotify |Stitcher In the American church, there’s been a growing, gaping hole between the generations. Older women often feel disconnected and irrelevant to younger women, easily intimidated by modern technology and navigating social media and it’s easy for many to feel out of touch. Many younger women feel like they’re doing just fine on Read More …

Setting Your Hormones Straight with Angie Tolpin

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Listen here: iTunes |Spotify |Stitcher When left unchecked, the seasons of a woman’s body and her ever changing hormones can often lead to discouragement, spiraling emotional and physical crashes, and a shadow loneliness. Sadly, after decades of ignoring the natural responses of our bodies and the intricate design and purpose we were created for, many of us Read More …

The After Party

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Listen here: iTunes |Spotify |Stitcher The invitation arrives when you least expect it, folded neatly like fresh towels still warm from the dryer and it wraps, unexpectedly, around your heart. The invitation reads something like this: Dear Mom:  You are cordially invited to a party. An After Party. Your children are growing up. They’re heading out of Read More …

Mom to Mom Podcast: Ep. 1 Letting Others In

Letting Others In

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Listen here:iTunes |Spotify |Stitcher Welcome back to the table! We’re happy you are listening in to our conversation today. We have discovered Mentoring to be vital in the arena of motherhood and often, most neglected topic too.  In this Episode we share our different perspectives, generational experiences and hope you will find encouragement and some thought provoking Read More …

Biblical Mentorship

Why Mentoring Matters

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Why do we need to bridge the generation gap? God tells us to. It’s not a nice thought; it’s a command. Paul calls it ‘sound doctrine’. There are generational differences but how we respond to them is key. There are multiple generations in the church yet I see the gap widening, causing suspicion and a general drifting apart.