1. Katie Koplin is busy with a big family move and finishing up this year of grad school, so Gretchen Ronnevik invited on one of the young women she mentors, Gretchen Larson, to talk about what it's like to be a young, single adult in the church, what they need from the church, and how to foster intergenerational relationships.
  2. Is it okay for Christians to cut off contact with someone? Is it okay to cut off contact with family members? What about forgiveness?
  3. In this month's extra book club episode, we are discussing Brené Brown's book: "Dare to Lead." We talk about mixing secular and Biblical sources and the right and wrong way to do that.
  4. This week, Gretchen and Katie talk about what it means to be humble, as opposed to feeling insecure in our vocations.
  5. Gretchen and Katie talk through a listener suggested topic of people pleasing. They talk about their own struggles in this area, and how people pleasing can be the opposite of vocation, or interfere with vocation.
  6. We are discussing 1 Corinthians 10:31, and what it means to do everything to the glory of God.
  7. In this episode we have on one of Gretchen's closest friends who happens to be a foster mother.
  8. Gretchen and Katie talk about what happens when we focus on our pietism in ways that often hurt our neighbors. How does this happen?
  9. The goal of language in the mouth of a Christian isn’t to hold power for ourselves but to give it.
  10. As believers, we have the freedom to write off social media completely, or interact with others online. A lot of that decision has to do with vocation (or calling), and loving your neighbor well.