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Dana K. White: Clean, Declutter & Organize

Dana K. White: Clean, Declutter & Organize

Do you have a messy house, need to organize your closet, or clean out the garage? This episode is for you! On today’s episode of the By His Grace Podcast, Misty Phillip interviews cleaning, decluttering, and organization expert Dana K. White. Dana is an author of three books, a podcast host, and a woman who is passionate about managing her home and helping other busy women to do the same.She shares her journey from overwhelm in the home to following her life long dream to write. We discuss her journey from writing, to blogging, and podcasting.

Dana’s goal is that listeners would know that they are not alone in the struggle to keep their space clean. In this candid conversation, you will glean from Dana’s wisdom, be encouraged by her practical insights on the subject of organization, and perhaps, gain the motivation to start fresh in your own organizational endeavors.

In her latest book, Dana offers sustainable ideas to simplify and manage your home in Organizing for the Rest of Us. In Organizing for the Rest of Us, Dana teaches us how to make great strides with minimal effort in every room of our home. Here she offers 100 home management strategies to help us understand organizational basics.

Dana gives us some practical strategies and tips to declutter.

Key Takeaways

– “Know that getting it all together is probably not the best goal.”

– “My house is not a project.”

– “What can I do today that will have an impact?”

– “There is value in five minutes of work.”

-“Really smart people are messy”


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Brittany Braswell: Faith and Intuitive Eating

Brittany Braswell: Faith and Intuitive Eating

In this episode of By His Grace, Misty Phillip sits down with Brittany Braswell, Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist (RDN), eating disorder coach, and author of Faith Over Fear.

Brittany has a passion for helping women of all ages discover their God-given worth and value. She believes that a person’s identity cannot be based on his or her appearance or abilities, but can only be found in the Lord. She is a non-diet dietitian who approaches nutrition and wellness from a holistic standpoint, focusing on four main areas of health, including physical, mental, spiritual, and emotional.

Key Takeaways 

  • Starting with what you believe about food and about who you are.
  • You have to include the Lord in the process and know that you’re not grounded and you’re not identified based on your body size, that can only come from the Lord.
  • The biggest thing in improving our relationship with food is letting go of control, inviting the Lord into the process, and letting him take over.
  • It is so important for us to be in a community because when we are going through struggles they feel so very alone.
  • Do not use the words “good” and “bad” in relation to food, instead use “beneficial”. Remove comparisons and instead focus on how food can benefit you.


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Hello 2022! Ebenezer & Remembrance Stones

Hello 2022! Ebenezer & Remembrance Stones

Hello 2022! Happy New Year! Welcome to season 4 of the By His Grace podcast! Misty Phillip is back to kick off the first episode of 2022 and she is flying solo in this episode of By His Grace to talk about the year ahead, walking into the new year in intention, how her word of the year has helped clarify the year ahead, and the importance of an Ebenezer & Remembrance Stones.

Key Takeaways

“I believe the space between the microphone and You the listener is holy ground, and I do not take that responsibility lightly.”

“I pray with each guest that comes on the show and we consecrate the episode to the Lord asking him to give us the words that you need to hear.”

“I’m also passionate about equiping other faith based podcasters to share messages of hope through Spark Media. Where we empower faith-based podcasters through events, the Spark Collective a thriving training membership community, the Spark Media podcast network, and the Spark Media magazine.” 

“He takes our meager offering and our humble YES and does with it far abundantly then all that we can ask or think!”

“One of the things that is really helped me to cast a vision for this year is my one word.”

“I don’t know about you but that brings me comfort. No matter what 2022 has in store for us the Lord is with us, and He is faithful.”

Spark Media

For the Spark Media conference, we  are partnering with the NRB the National Religious BroadcastersMedia Convention again this year to combine two amazing events under one roof on March 7-8 at the Gaylord Opryland in Nashville, TN. The NRB runs March 8-11, and this year I’ll be speaking at the NRB and conducting interviews. We have a stellar line-up of speakers and an incredible group of attendees God is bringing together for Spark conference and Spark Media award ceremony this year.  All of the things I’m mentioning about SPARK media can be found at the SparkMedia.Ventures website. 

Last year we launched two exciting projects the Spark Media Podcast network and the Spark Media magazine. We created both of these ventures to amplify the voice of Christian podcasters and provide opportunities for podcast growth and discovery. We are working on our third edition of the magazine now and can’t wait for y’all to see it. This is definitely a labor of love, but I so enjoy providing space to highlight the gifts and talents of my friends who are doing incredible work in the faith-based podcasting space.Not only that but I am blown away by the incredible partnerships we’ve formed with organizations like, the Bible minute app, Samaritan’s purse and the Edifi podcast app. Only God y’all. He takes our meager offering and our humble YES and does with it far abundantly than all that we can ask or think!

Word of The Year

This year I’ve put a lot of thoughtful prayer into my word.  2021- Dream, 2020- Spark, Advocate-2019, Presence- 2018, and in Contentment – 2017. I’ve looked at definitions and scriptures, prayed and sought the Lord. But instead of ending up with one word, I ended up with three. 

Wisdom, Alignment, and Faithful

Wisdom is defined as knowledge of what is true or right coupled with just judgment.  Ephesians 5:15-16 says, “be very careful then how you live not as unwise but as wise making the most of every opportunity because the days are evil.” This verse struck a chord with me because of the crazy days that we are living in. I’ve always been a very intentional person but this year I feel compelled to be super intentional with everything I’m doing. 

The next word, that I felt was critical for this year is Alignment. 

Alignment is defined as a potential statement of agreement or cooperation among persons, groups and nations with a common cause or viewpoint. I found it interesting that one of the verses that I looked up based off the word alignment was Psalm 16:3 says, “Commit your works to the Lord and your plans will be established.” It’s my hearts desire to continue to lock arms with others who are passionate about kingdom work and making Jesus known. The third word I’ve chosen is Faithful. 

Faithful is defined as true to one’s promises. 

Proverbs 31:26- she opens her mouth with wisdom and faithful instruction is on her tongue. As a Podcaster, I don’t want to just speak into the air I want my words to be filled with meaning and purpose, to edify, to build up, to be life giving and God honoring.  

This word also reminds me about how faithful God has been to us in the past and how no matter what comes our way this year that he will be faithful. 

Stones of Remembrance

“After the people of Israel supernaturally crossed the Jordan River to enter the Promised Land, God commanded Joshua to “choose twelve men, one from each tribe. Tell them, ‘Take twelve stones from the very place where the priests are standing in the middle of the Jordan. Carry them out and pile them up at the place where you will camp tonight’” (Joshua 4:2–3, NLT). These stones of remembrance would serve as a permanent national reminder and a memorial to future generations of the miraculous river crossing. 

Joshua’s stones of remembrance are just one monument in a series of memorials commemorating the mighty acts of God on behalf of the people of Israel (Exodus 13:3–6; 24:4; Deuteronomy 27:1–8; Joshua 22:9–12; 24:24–28; 1 Samuel 7:12). To everyone else, the stones were just a heap of rubble, but to the people of God, they were a constant reminder that Yahweh was a personal and powerful God, working wonders on behalf of His people.” Got Questions, Remembrance Stones.


“The name “Ebenezer” actually comes from the Bible. In 1 Samuel 7, during the end of the time of the judges, Israel experiences revival under the leadership of Samuel. The nation repents of their sin, destroys their idols, and begins to seek the Lord (1 Samuel 7:2–4). Samuel gathered the people at Mizpah where they confessed their sin, and Samuel offered a sacrifice on their behalf (verses 5–9).It was during this time of repentance and renewal that the enemy attacked: “While Samuel was sacrificing the burnt offering, the Philistines drew near to engage Israel in battle” (1 Samuel 7:10). The Israelites went out to do battle against the invaders, and God sent them supernatural help: “That day the LORD thundered with loud thunder against the Philistines and threw them into such a panic that they were routed before the Israelites” (verse 10).

Israel’s victory over the Philistines was decisive. Several cities the Philistines had captured were restored to Israel, and it was a long time before the Philistines tried to invade Israel again (1 Samuel 7:13–14). To commemorate the divine victory, “Samuel took a stone and set it up between Mizpah and Shen. He named it Ebenezer, saying, ‘Thus far the LORD has helped us’” (verse 12).

Ebenezer means “stone of help.” From then on, every time an Israelite saw the stone erected by Samuel, he would have a tangible reminder of the Lord’s power and protection. The “stone of help” marked the spot where the enemy had been routed and God’s promise to bless His repentant people had been honored. The Lord had helped them, all the way to Ebenezer.” – Got Questions, Ebenezer

Lyrics to Just as Good by Chris Renezema featuring Ellie Hollocomb.

“And I will build an altar And stack it stone by stone Cause every Ebeneezer says I’ve never been alone. My faith will surely falter. But that don’t change what You’ve done. Cause every Ebeneezer points to where my help comes from” after listening to this song I went back to got questions and looked at the word Ebeneezer and this is what I found.

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Peter Phillip: 2021 Year in Review

Peter Phillip: 2021 Year in Review

Misty Phillip sits down with her husband Peter Phillip, the By His Grace podcast producer, to discuss 2021, a year in review, on this episode of the By His Grace podcast.

Misty shares her thoughts about 2021 by opening the episode with a quote from Charles Dickens, A Tale of Two Cities.

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of light, it was the season of darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair.” 

Peter’s thoughts about 2021. “It was 2020, but slightly better, and slightly worse.” some of the lows were worse, and some on the highs were better.” “We did some amazingly cool things with Spark.”

By His Grace Podcast

We then discussed the themes we covered on By His Grace and our favorite episodes. 

Discerning the Voice of God

Answering the Call

Purpose & Calling


Walking in Faith over Fear

Getting Past Your Critics

Getting Past Your Inner Critic

Top 10 listened to By His Grace episodes 

Misty’s Favorite episodes:

Ginny Owens: Walking Through Darkness in Faith

Jordan Raynor: Redeeming Your Time

Dr. Jarrett Stephens: The Always God 

Peter’s Favorite episodes:

Jordan Raynor & Pastor Stephens

Erica Wiggenhorn: Imposter Syndrome

Cheryl Chumley: Socialism America’s Greatest Enemy

Chris Wall: the Power of Storytelling

Sam Sorbo: Education & Raising the Next Generation

Misty’s Speaking Schedule in 2021

Made for Mission Virtual Summit

Podfest Global

Beyond Podcasting Summit

World Women’s Wholeness Summit

Flourish Writer’s Retreat

Good Shepherd UMC

Spark Media Conference

Podcast Movement – The Christian Podcast – 21st Century Evangelism

Digital Ministry Conference

Misty’s 2022 Speaking Schedule

February 11-13, 2022 – She Writes & Speaks: Proclaim

March 7-8, 2022 Spark Media Confernce

March 9, 2022 National Religious Broadcasters

March 30 – April 2, 2022 – Rise Up

NRB Media Convention

The NRB Christian Media Convention is the world’s largest gathering of Christian communicators and ministry professionals.

Spark Media Conference

The Spark Christian Podcast Conference is the premier conference for Christian Podcasters. The 2022 Spark Media Conference is March 7-8, 2022, at Gaylord Opryland.

Spark Media Magazine, Spark Media Network, Spark Media Awards

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Revived & Renovated

Revived & Renovated

Hey friends, It has been a hot minute since I’ve posted anything on the blog. Anyone who has been around me for any length of time knows that I am passionate about faith and home. Still, when the opportunity came up for me to review Revived & Renovated: Real Conversations on the Intersection of Home, Faith, and Everything in Between by Victoria Duerstock and Paige Rien, I couldn’t resist the chance.

Something you may not know about me is my passion for restoring old things and giving them new life. When I discovered Annie Sloan’s paint, it became my new best friend. I loved that I could take an old dinghy piece of furniture and give it new life. Too often, in our modern world, we toss out the old to make room for the new. If something is broken, we toss it and buy a new one. This got me thinking about why I love repurposing so much. Maybe it’s because before I knew Christ, I was a broken mess, but through Christ, I’ve been redeemed and restored. Not only that, but He has restored to me the years the eaten by the locusts.

“I will restore to you the years that the swarming locust has eaten,
the hopper, the destroyer, and the cutter, my great army, which I sent among you. “You shall eat in plenty and be satisfied, and praise the name of the Lord your God, who has dealt wondrously with you.
And my people shall never again be put to shame.” – Joel 2:25-26

The first thing that caught my attention was the title revived and renovated. I love that each chapter begins with the letter R. I don’t know about you, but I am a sucker for good alliteration.


Revived & Renovated: Real Conversations on the Intersection of Home, Faith, and Everything in Between perfectly dovetails meaningful conversations with scripture coupled with practical tips on real projects to progress in the home. From post-covid feelings to vulnerability, super mom complex, and the connection to our homes. I really enjoyed reading Revived & Renovated and highly recommend.

Some of my favorite quotes.

“Restoration isn’t reinvention. No tears downs, no starting over. Surely God works this way as well. So much of our work with God is a return – to old wounds and to His word and to the original promises to His people.”

“We may not feel energized; we don’t feel useful. And God promises to restore to us the joy of our salvation – which is just beautiful.”

“We avoid being still because busyness feels better.”

“The message of “you can do it all” is so bad for us.”

Revived & Renovated is a conversation on well-loved topics between two great friends.

Victoria and Paige delight in all the dovetails found among the parallels of the work we do in our homes and our souls. Covering topics of home renovation with corresponding Biblical wisdom and perspectives from their personal walks with God, Revived and Renovated will be an encouragement to young and old alike.

Victoria Duerstock

“A multi-passionate creative and entrepreneur fueled mostly by coffee, Victoria Duerstock pursues her dreams with verve and intensity. Wife and mom of three, Victoria divides and conquers the never-ending to-do list while working to maintain her sanity and pleasant demeanor.”

Paige Rien

“When I was working in television, on HGTV’s “Hidden Potential” for five seasons, to be exact, I found out I had way too much to say for TV. I had more to say about making home and making it personal and unique, than time slots between commercial breaks would allow. I have always loved making spaces mine. I can remember at Girl Scout Camp, rearranging the furniture. I can recall how I decorated my first apartment in alarming detail. I am passionate about bringing personal stories to spaces – not just things”

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Merry Christmas 2021

Merry Christmas 2021

On this episode of the By His Grace podcast, Misty Phillip invites members of the Spark Collective to share a special Christmas message. On this episode you’ll hear from Wendie Pett of Visibly Fit, Jeanne Terry of Say So with Jeanne, Heather Creekmore of Compared to Who, Doris Swift of Fierce Calling, Jan Burt of Burt, Not Ernie, Yvette Walker of Positively Joy, Lori Ann of the Unlovely Truth, Kim Stewart of Book Marketing Mania, Mischelle Saunders-Gottsch of The Altered Stories show, Erin Harrigan of The Hustle with H.E.A.R.T podcast, Shea and Michelle Watson of the Pantry podcast, Tina Yeager Flourish-meant, and Wendie Pett and Todd Isberner of Your Biggest Breakthrough.

Special Music: Wonder Lyrics by Yvette Walker and Rick Amburgey. Music and vocal by Alyssa Newton.

Hope you have a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year too!

Esther Pannebaker: When We Hear No or Wait

Esther Pannebaker: When We Hear No or Wait

In this episode of By His Grace, Misty Phillip sits down with Esther Pannebaker author of No.Thing: Leverage Your “Nothing” by Leaping into God’s Everything. We talk about the effects of hearing no and wait as we chase our dreams, doing and dreaming. and trusting God to lead us.

Esther has been a supportive pastor’s wife for 16 years while mothering four beautiful children; three of which are grown adults and one teenager left in the nest. Esther has learned and now understands what it means to steward and shepherd the hearts of others well.  She not only loves her family, friends, neighbors, and community, but she understands what makes people thrive.

Key Takeaways 

  • “Thought I was a doer, not a dreamer.”
  • “My ideas of dreaming and doing were really Skewed, but I come to find out dreaming without doing or doing without dreaming, either way, you have to have both things.”
  • “When we follow Him, He leads us unerringly, and desires of our hearts he plants in us become dreams.”
  • “No.Thing is the no and the wait while God is doing the thing”
  •  “When the rug is jerked out from under us, it jerks at our identity, our security, it jerks at our maturity in Christ and Identity and calling”
  • “It is all about trust”
  • “Waiting is hard. that is where our faith is tested.”
  • “Nothing is impossible with God.”
  • “You can live the dream God gave you or you can live in the shadow of someone else’s dream.”
  • “We cycle through seasons of nothing.”
  • “What is in my hand, what is in my heart, and what is in my house?”


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Hannah Miles Pierrou: Dreams Take Time To Manifest

Hannah Miles Pierrou: Dreams Take Time To Manifest

On this episode of the By His Grace podcastI sit down with Hannah Miles Pierrou to discuss her journey from becoming a commercial interior designer to a lifestyle photographer to becoming a homesteader and children’s book author how she hides books in the library, homeschooling, and teaching her children to create. We discuss her love of photography and writing and how that fueled her passion for writing Farm to Film: An Alphabetic Adventure Told Through the Eyes of An Old Lens, written and illustrated by Hannah Miles Pierrou.

An Alphabetical Adventure Told Through the Eyes of an Old Lens. Find a new favorite animal with every page turned, and enjoy listening to the rhythmic sounds over each read. Readers drawn to wholesome topics for their littles will appreciate the unique watercolor and classic message to entertain children.

Key Takeaways

Dreams take time to manifest!

“God is the creator, and has created the whole world for us to be blessed by”

How do we bring art back to the church?

Written and Spoken word as a form of worship.

God is the ultimate creator.

Reclaiming the promise of God’s people.

Keep pushing into Jesus.

When it gets hard, you are probably doing something right.


Hannah Miles Pierrou is a long-time lifestyle photographer, designer, and artist. Hannah recently launched Treehouse Storyteller, where she plans to write, illustrate, and publish many books in the future, with Farm to Film as her debut book.

Leaning into her experience as an artist, she is bringing her readers into various design elements such as detail, contrast, movement, composition, shape, and rhythm to feel like they are in the scenes with her characters. She hopes to inspire readers to take time to unplug and see the beauty in our lives.

Hannah and her husband are raising their family in the countryside of the Colorado foothills.


Hannah’s Website

Farm to Film: An Alphabetic Adventure Told Through the Eyes of An Old Lens 


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Jess Ronne: When Life is Hard, take the Manna for the Moment

Jess Ronne: When Life is Hard, take the Manna for the Moment

In this episode of By His Grace, I interview Jess Ronne. We discuss her amazing and inspiring journey from being a mom, becoming a widow, finding love again blending two families together and the journey with a special needs child in a blended family of eight. Life can throw hardships in your path, but sometimes some people seem to have trial after trial, Jess has experienced more than her share of trials and we go deeper on some of them. 

Key Takeaways 

  • Learning to accept the “Manna for the Moment” and not try to fix all the future problems and issues, but take what God gives you that day. One day at a time.
  • Remember the world does not always see into your life, letting it in can help enlighten others to the struggles of special needs children and families . 
  • If you can’t find what you need in life, sometimes you just have to build it yourself.


Jess’s Recipe Box
Coffee with Caregivers Podcast
The Lucas Project

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Alicia Michelle: Vibrant Faith

Alicia Michelle: Vibrant Faith

In this episode of By His Grace, I interview Alicia Michelle. We discuss walking in faith over fear and trusting the Lord in every circumstance. We also talk about addressing the fear and seeing the Lord in the midst of it. This includes being rooted in God’s words,  recognizing negative thought patterns, and taking our thoughts captive. Alicia shares how brain priming helps to unwind negative thought patterns. Alicia struggled with overwhelm, negative thoughts, and “being enough” for most of her adult life until God radically transformed her heart after a life-threatening medical crisis.

Alicia is a certified NeuroCoach™, podcast host, author, and speaker. She’s also a wife and mom of four kids.

Key Takeaways 

  • “Our thoughts combined with our emotions, create a belief, that belief creates a decision, the decision Cretes an action, and action creates a result.”
  • The biggest thing is staying in God’s word.” 
  • “Every thought hast to take captive to his truth, not just what I feel is right. So if I’m not in line with God’s truth every day that I’m not even gonna know what to keep my thoughts in line with.”
  • “There is a big difference between feeling fear, and hearing God’s Spirit”
  • “We need to discern the difference”
  • “You have to have God’s word in you so that it can come out of you.” 
  • “It was a surrender to not my will, but your will.” 
  • “Let God lead us”
  • “Our life is a process of surrender, pray, and repeat.” 
  • “When everything is taken away from you, and you have the potential to lose your life, you make different choices moving forward.” 
  • “If I follow you and I’m obedient to you – then I’m successful and that’s enough.” 
  • “Right now, do what is next.” 
  • “God, how can I be more accepting of everything that you have given me and say amen to it?” 


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Mark Meckler: Immunity from Tyranny

Mark Meckler: Immunity from Tyranny

In this episode of the By His Grace podcast, Misty Phillip implores parents to pray and seek wisdom from God before administering the COVID vaccine to their children, and to do their research. Misty shares a brief testimony of her son who was vaccine injured,  the long-term side effects, and his subsequent brain injury.

Misty interviews Mark Meckler, the President and co-founder of Convention of States Action, the largest nationwide movement seeking to call the first-ever Article V Convention of States. 

Mark Meckler Bio

Before his work with the Convention of States Action, Mark served as the interim CEO at Parler, where he helped bring the free speech social media company back online. In 2009, Mark co-founded the Tea Party Patriots, the largest Tea Party group in the United States. As the result of Mark’s leadership, the Tea Party grew to a massive, nationwide movement that elected numerous members to the U.S. Congress who still hold powerful positions today.

They discuss his work at the Convention of States Action to restrain federal tyranny, including proposing amendments, term limits, financial restrictions, and limiting governmental overreach. Mark and Patty have been married more than 27 years, with one son who just completed his service with the Marine Corps and is now a second year law student, and a daughter who recently graduated from Hillsdale College, and works in education policy reform. They now spend their free time with their Great Dane at their Texas homestead.

Poll: Plurality of Americans Say Natural Immunity to COVID-19 Equal to Vaccine

They discuss a recent poll produced by the Convention of States Action, in conjunction with The Trafalgar Group- one of America’s most accurate pollsters in 2016, 2018, and 2020—releasing a new national survey of COVID-19 and Natural Immunity. The findings show the majority of the people who responded believe that natural immunity is equal to or better than vaccinated immunity. 

Misty asked for Mark’s input on the newly approved COVID vaccination for children ages 5-11 and his reaction to the following comments from medical experts who are raising their concerns about vaccinating children.

“Young children will be harmed in an ill-advised rush to vaccinate a population with very little chance of severe infection from the virus.”

Dr. Peter McCullough, a widely published cardiologist and leading voice on a rational pandemic response which said, “There will be children lost with the vax — far more than ever happened with COVID,” 

“According to the inventor of the mRNA technology on which the vaccine is based, “The real risk for healthy kids is about zero — it does appear to be lower than the flu,” said Dr. Robert Malone. Inoculating 28 million children 5 to 11 years old, Malone told attendees of the Florida Summit on Covid, could lead to “a thousand or more excess deaths.”

Key Takeaways

Vaccine injuries are real.

There is virtually no risk to children.

“Why would we put a foreign substance in their body. Why we would inject them with a foreign substance intended to remove a risk that is virtually zero.” It makes no scientific sense, and more importantly, because it makes no scientific sense, I consider it immoral it makes no moral sense.

Medicine is a practice. There are not always hard and fast answers. 

What are your kids worth to you?

What can we do to stop the tyranny?

Easy Options

Contact your city council. Contact your county board of supervisors and school boards. Say no to mandates. Get involved politically.

More Difficult Options

Resist. Homeschool your kids. Say no. Do not wear a mask in the airport. 

We need to practice acts of resistance to stop the march of tyranny.

“Don’t wear a mask, but don’t be a jerk. Don’t be a sheep, but don’t be a jerk.”


Convention of States

Take Action

Poll: Plurality of Americans Say Natural Immunity to COVID-19 Equal to Vaccine

Robert W. Malone, M.D., M.S.

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Convention of States –  Facebook

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Amy Debrucque: Be Bold and Courageous

Amy Debrucque: Be Bold and Courageous

On this episode of the By His Grace podcast, I sit down with Amy Debrucque, Author of the Embolden Journal she wrote with her daughter Blair to encourage young women with the challenges they are facing growing up in today’s world. Amy and Blair Debrucque know that even when you are brought up in a strong Christian environment no one is exempt from worldly judgment, fears, and temptations. Yet, rather than let those common setbacks hinder your growth and future brave steps, learning how to embolden ourselves is when life changes for the better.

Amy and Blair Debrucque know that even when you are brought up in a strong Christian environment no one is exempt from worldly judgment, fears, and temptations. Yet, rather than let those common setbacks hinder your growth and future brave steps, learning how to embolden ourselves is when life changes for the better.

Embolden: to give others the confidence and courage to act or behave in a certain way is meant to encourage faith, growth, and love.

Amy Debrucque is an author, blogger, podcaster, entrepreneur, and cancer survivor. She is the founder of the Life On Purpose Movement and host of the Life On Purpose Podcast where she encourages women to live on purpose instead of fear. In addition to her weekly resources, she created The Confidence Course, to show others how to make necessary changes in life by being brave in their next steps and to let them know that everything they are searching for is on the other side of fear. Amy has had articles featured in and ThriveGlobal, as well as contributing to,, and

Key Takeaways

You don’t recognize all that God has in store for you!

Be kind to yourselves.  We are our own worst critics.

What is hindering you from taking a bold step?

Take One brave step!

“He had to make you uncomfortable or you never would have moved”- Toby Mac

Be intentional about moving temptations.



Amy’s Website

Arabelle Publishing is dedicated to glorifying God by celebrating life through stories that reveal His grace and love. We publish high-quality, faith-based, and non-fiction books that INSPIRE, IMPACT & INSTRUCT. Arabelle Publishing brings communities and cultures together by celebrating the regional history, and the beauty found in the lives of ordinary people who impact the communities in which they live. They publish devotionals and inspirational books that share stories of hope and courage. For additional information, please visit

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