People problems, we have all them at one time or another. On this episode, Brian Dixon and I discuss problems with people and the shift that we can make in our thinking that makes all the difference in the world!
Brian is passionate about helping high potential leaders and teams thrive in a world of overwhelming options. He is a Business Coach and Marketing Strategist who helps you clarify your message. He is the author of Start with Your People: The Daily Decision that Changes Everything that comes out this fall. (available for pre-order now)
You can learn more at BrianDixon.com
Ginger Harrington shares the roller coaster ride of emotions. Her health struggle with Grave’s Disease and her subsequent battle with anxiety. We discuss God’s faithfulness in the midst of trials, and practical to wisdom for someone struggling with Grave’s Disease.
A Selah-Award finalist, Ginger Harrington is the author of Holy in the Moment: Simple Ways to Love God and Enjoy Your Life, as well as the publishing director for the non-profit organization, Planting Roots: Strength the Thrive in Military Life. A dynamic speaker, Ginger helps women learn practical ways to experience wholeness and healing in Christ.
The average person spends 6-12 hours a day in front of a screen. Many people don’t even realize the amount of time they spend consuming media each day. Doug Smith offers an insider’s perspective on the impact of technology, informed by over two decades of web programming experience and a lifetime of Bible study. He’s a popular speaker, mentor, and author of [Un]Intentional: How Screens Secretly Shape Your Desires, and How You Can Break Free. Doug is gratefully married to fellow author, Lyneta, and the couple is blessed with four wonderful daughters. Doug shares 5 Biblical practices to help you be more intentional.
On this episode of By His Grace Eric Nevins and I have a conversation about struggling to find your calling. We talk about the difference between a job and a calling, and how God uses everything in our lives. We discuss our callings as the place where our passions intersect, and how we are all created by God for a purpose.
Eric Nevins is the host of a spiritual formation podcast entitled Halfway There where he talks to everyday Christians about their journey in faith. https://ericnevins.com/
To learn more about Katie you can find her at the following. Website: KatieMReid.com Facebook:@KatieMReidWriter
Kate Battistelli and I have a far-reaching incredible conversation about choosing to believe God for the impossible. Kate is a wife to Mike, and an author, speaker, and former actress/singer. She is the mother to Grammy award-winning Contemporary Christian artist Francesca Battistelli.
We begin our conversation talking about having a daughter in the spotlight. Then move on to God-sized dreams, answering God’s call to move in a completely opposite direction and living a life of faith and obedience. Kate has faced all kinds of trials throughout her life from having an abortion, ectopic pregnancy and struggling with infertility. She has struggled with anxiety, and nocturnal seizures, but is keenly aware God’s continual presence in her life.
Please welcome, Kate Battistelli author of The God Dare: Will You Choose to Believe the Impossible? to By His Grace.
Shontell and I have a far-reaching conversation. It begins with a conversation about being a Christian teacher in the public school system and how she has been able to pray and help people. Shontell then shares her passion for helping-risk teens and her work with the anti-trafficking movement. Shontell shares some clear warning signs of at-risk teens, and what you can do if you think someone is a target.
Shontell Brewer is a writer on her blog Nonsense At Its Finest. By day she works as a classroom teacher, and weekends are mostly spent as an advocate for the steadily growing anti-trafficking movement in Nevada. As a licensed pastor, she speaks around the country to youth, mothers, and churches. A wife for over twenty years, she and her husband have spent most of that time raising five kids. Together the family runs a monthly outreach in their home: a come as you are dinner called Taco Tuesday. Keep up with her day to day nonsense, books, and speaking engagements on Instagram. Her book, Missionary Mom, was released fall of 2018.