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08 // how to prepare your children and yourself for a new school year {an interview with Julie Sanders}

Join us in today’s podcast interview with Julie Sanders to learn more about how prayer is the most important tool not on your school supply list. You’ll also receive Julie’s tips for praying over your child’s placement, planning a prayer night, and praying for your child’ teacher. If you are feeling anxious or overwhelmed with the thought of school being just around the corner, Julie’s words will be an encouragement to your soul.

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07 // how to unplug with erin stevens

My guest in today’s podcast is my friend Erin Stevens. Erin is a wife, mother, and works at Covenant Hospice. Today we talk about how much fun we had at Paint My Prayers and what helps us to unplug so we can connect with our family and friends. Join me for my conversation with Erin!

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05 // you are enough

In today’s podcast, you will get a chance to listen to why women struggle with not feeling enough and how Christ gives us strength in the areas of our lives that we feel the most shame. We discuss what it looks like to practice spiritual order and how God promises to provide us everything we need to live full, satisfied lives. You will also get a chance to listen to my interview with Hollie Wynn, who shares her story on why she got breast implants and then chose to have them removed. We all have our own struggles with not feeling enough with our bodies and she has an encouraging message of what it means to listen to your body and love yourself at any size. We pray that this message will remind you that “hope does not put us to shame.”

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02 // we were made to worship

Creation was made to worship God. We see this through the creation story and how not only did God make the universe to worship Him, but He made you and I for worship. In today’s post, we learn more about how God communicates with us through nature and is with us in both familiar and unfamiliar places.

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