For the two or three of you who asked if we would do this. . .
Bruce has taken over the podcast, renamed it “The GodCenteredDad Podcast” and put me on the hot seat. Asking questions you posted on Instagram and Facebook, such as:
- How did you get started with GodCenteredMom? What are your top 3 dreams or aspirations?-@lepsalm139
- How do you find time to focus on your kiddos, your marriage and yourself without going insane? -@meganaboyer
- Will you ever write a book? -@jennawalczak
- You mention your background in speech pathology. Can you talk about your decision to stay home? -@memswim
- When (and how often) do you shower and get ready? -@jenniferhughes627
- From another mom of 4 boys. . .Do you ever feel alone in your own home? -@karahhare
I also share some turning point stories. Yes, I cry. But it’s the overwhelming joy kinda tears. Beyond listening to my story, I hope you are encouraged to grow in your intimacy with Jesus. Which will reap benefits for generations to come.
Okay, okay. . .without further ado (cuz I gotta order some Christmas cards, stat) . . .
What we chat about:
- How Bruce and I met
- My journey into Speech-Language Pathology
- The transition into motherhood and how I worked part-time
- How the blog and podcast got started
- “What do people come to you for?” (your passion and giftedness lies nearby)
- An example of child-centered mothering
- What I hope women get out of God-centered mom episodes
- Weepy thoughts on the privilege of being an all-boy mom
- Some of my favorite interviews
- Power of mothering in the little years
- Lightening round questions: balance vs. well-lopsidedness, setting boundaries, how/when do I shower, testimony
- Hellomornings sign up to get the Maximize Your Mornings workbook
- Inspired to Action with Kat Lee
- Celebrate Recovery
- Bianca Oltoff
- Katie Orr
- “For the Mom with Lots of Little Ones” with Heather & Hanni Go
How to listen to the podcast:
1.Listen on the blog. Click through to GodCenteredMom.com and click the play button at the beginning of this post.
2. Listen on your smartphone, iPad or iPod Touch – There are a lot of great podcasting apps. Apple has a free one (that I mentioned) in the app store, there is also one called Downcast. It allows you to search for shows, subscribe to them and even speed up the audio. If you don’t have an iDevice, you can listen via Stitcher.
3. Subscribe to the Podcast – access the podcast in iTunes (Click here to access via iTunes). You can also search for it on your smartphone app (like the ones listed above) and subscribe.