1. This is part 2 of our conversation on no-contact relationships, and looking at how various relationships of Jacob's are reconciled, and the spectrum of what that looks like.
  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. In this book club episode, we discuss "Art and Faith" by Makoto Fujimura. This was a book recommended to us, and we sort out the parts of this book that we appreciated, and the parts where we would disagree.
  5. This is an episode done in front of a live audience at the 2023 "Here We Still Stand" Conference in San Diego, California. Katie and Gretchen kick off a new series talking about prosperity gospel, and the way that it sneaks into our idea of families.
  6. This week, Gretchen and Katie talk about what it means to be humble, as opposed to feeling insecure in our vocations.
  7. 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.
  8. We finally finish up our conversation on birth by talking about postpartum and breastfeeding vs formula.
  9. We are discussing 1 Corinthians 10:31, and what it means to do everything to the glory of God.
  10. We are interviewing Courtney Burns, who is a school counselor for Faith Lutheran School in Las Vegas, NV.
  11. We are interviewing Austin Hanson, who teaches science to middle schoolers at West Central Public Schools. Picking up on our vocation series, we are wanting to talk with people in various vocations,(as we find them) to talk about how their faith impacts their work.
  12. Author, speaker, and poet Tanner Olson is with us for this episode to talk about the vocation of being a poet. We talk about sharing hope, the writing process, and understanding that our work is for someone.
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