Shannon Popkin shares about her struggles from her latest book Control Girl: Lessons Surrendering Your Burden of Control from Seven Women in the Bible. We chat about how surrender can be essential in taking big leaps of faith or little, everyday moments.
After 20 years serving as pastor, Beth and her husband felt led to leave and begin work as full-time evangelists and missionaries, serving Uganda. Not knowing how they would earn money, where they would live, or what the future held, they took a leap of faith and watch God provide every step of the way.
Challenged by her pastor one Sunday morning to “jump,” KariAnne and her family made a big move from Texas to Kentucky. KariAnne shares their doubts and hurdles along the way.
Feathers is celebrating 100 episodes with a Special Summer Season. In our 100th episode, Amanda Bacon shares her family’s experience with adoption and building a family of 10 and then moving everyone across the country from Alaska to North Carolina.
Stuffed in the middle of a regular work day last Spring, my friend Jamie brought over takeout for lunch because she wanted to discuss an idea. I was just in the beginning stages of creating Abiding Ministries and she’d attended a brainstorming session I held with a few friends and family. She really felt like I needed to hold an event. She’d worked with sponsors with her children’s PTA for years and thought there’d be some folks interested in partnering with the new ministry. The idea frightened me, to be honest. Event? Sponsors? That sounds incredible, but was that for me?
Feathers is celebrating 100 episodes with a Special Summer Season. In this episode, Amy takes a look back at the podcast with a mash-up of previous guests, testimonies of listeners, and 5 lessons she’s learned about faith.
Feathers is celebrating 100 episodes with a Special Summer Season. In this episode, Amy and her husband Scott record a Q&A episode answering questions from listeners.
Wrecked with news of her husband’s affair and his request for a divorce, Shauna finds herself urgently faced with a decision. Does she give up and divorce her husband and move on, or does she try to fight for her marriage? The former choice seems to contradict God’s plan for how to love, such as “love never gives up,” “love is patient,” and “love is kind.” Taking God at His word and assuming the love chapter was really meant to be followed literally word by word, she not only finds herself falling in love with her spouse again, but also falling in love with Jesus, which changes everything.