I’m excited for you to meet Grace Miller! She is a military spouse and the creator of a new website, spousehood.com. I loved talking to her about being a military spouse and digging deeper into what that looks like and what kinds of support they need. The website will offer tips and lifestyle ideas as well as faith based encouragement and inspiration. For me, this was a whole new topic. I don’t know many military spouses so it was a great opportunity to ask questions. I’m in awe of this group of people. They sacrifice so much. I met Grace through a Just Moved group at church and I know what it means to move, it’s not easy! Just realizing they have to do that time and time again makes me feel for them. And I can’t imagine the fear that comes with being a military spouse. We touch on all of this and Grace talks about the importance of faith and community for this population. Listen in and hear her story!
“THE THINGS YOU ARE PASSIONATE ABOUT ARE NOT RANDOM, THEY ARE YOUR CALLING” ~FABIENNE FREDERICKSON
(Anyone who has that quote on their website is a soul sister to me!)
Oh my gosh! So much fun! I’m so excited to introduce you to Julie Crawford, the owner of Vintage Soul in Dripping Springs, TX. I love all things vintage and I love her store! And now I love her! I was so excited to meet her and hear the story of how it all started. This one is an “in-person” interview at a coffee shop.
As you know, this blog and podcast is all about saying, “YES!”. And sometimes that requires saying “no” first. Often when God comes into our hearts, He shows us beliefs and habits that may no longer be serving us. We must say “no” to the strongholds in our life in order to make way for our “YES!” to the new thing God is doing in us and for us and with us. My brave friend, Danette, has done that. On the podcast she tells her story of addiction and recovery. She is real and brave and strong. This is a story of freedom. I know you will be encouraged and inspired.
Thank you for sharing your story Danette!
“There is a beautiful transparency to honest disciples who never wear a false face and do not pretend to be anything but who they are.” ― Brennan Manning