I am taking a little break this summer before starting another stretch of interviews on the Dear Daughters Podcast but in the meanwhile, I’m listening back and to be honest, I’ve been so wowed at the content my guests brought to the podcast. It’s been so rich, so transformative that I started writing down what I learned this past year…. Read More
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In the Dear Daughters Podcast you’ll meet authors, pastors, counselors and of course, dear daughters (young women in search of spiritual guidance) and spiritual mamas (women just a little further down the road with age-old wisdom). With every episode, we hope to pass along wisdom and advice to make your life a little more beautiful. Listen on iTunes and catch all the show notes here on my blog.
He never leaves your side. He’s always right there holding your hand. And you know what? You’re gonna be awesome. ~ Tara Royer Steele Tara Royer Steele lives in Brenham, Texas with her husband, Rick, and their two boys where they make pies, cater for Royer’s Round Top Cafe, run the Pie Haven and lead camps on soul restoration through… Read More
This is how change works. It’s stealthy. It delicately changes you and your perspective while you’re in it, and it is not until you are fully out of it that you look in the mirror and notice a difference. ~ Andrea Lucado Andrea Lucado is a full time freelance writer, coffee drinker, and author of English Lessons: The Crooked Path… Read More
You have a hardwiring from God, and it’s a beautiful hardwiring. And if you can discover what that is, that points to the reason you’re here. ~ Bill Hendricks Bill Hendricks is a native Texan, Executive Director for Christian Leadership at the Hendricks Center, and President of the Giftedness Center, where he helps people understand their unique giftedness. He lives… Read More
I believe that each best choice that I make will add up to the best life that I can live. ~ Esther Emery Esther is an off-grid homestead wife, mama, and author. She lives with her husband and three children in a yurt (!!) in the forest (!!!) where they maintain a blog and YouTube channel about the simple life…. Read More
As we’re trying to find a better self, it’s not a construction project, it’s an excavation project. We’re learning to let go of those things which are not us. ~ Kelly Flanagan Kelly is a licensed clinical psychologist and writer whose words have appeared in The Huffington Post, Reader’s Digest, and The Today Show. He blogs regularly at UnTangled about… Read More