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  Movement is healing according to Edie Littlefield Sundby. So when she was diagnosed with stage 4 gallbladder cancer, Edie began to walk. Her journey became a pilgrimage. A long and hot one along the El Camino Real Mission Trail. First through California and then through Mexico, making her the first person since the 1770s Read More

Have you ever gone through a season that knocked your confidence?  Or maybe you've never figured out how to harness confidence at all.  Whether you are struggling with getting confidence back, or striving to discover it for the first time, this interview will give you fresh insight into what creates confidence and how we reclaim Read More

In light of my profession (writing, speaking), I over-fret about entitlement. I have an inherent need to evaluate myself in light of my platform, to make sure I’m not usurping the spotlight Jesus rightly deserves. Why? Because I’ve watched entitlement turn into to self-centeredness, which then breeds narcissism. In my foray around the Christian ministry Read More

Nicole Johnson knows busy. As a mom of two and a dramatist with Women of Faith she was maintaining a steady pace. And then a life event sent her in a downward spiral she couldn't escape. She realized she needed to find internal calm in the midst of external crazy. This episode is our conversation Read More

Candice Curry's story has had its share of heartache. From a father who was a con man and battled mental illness, to divorce and infidelity, to unexpected triplets and financial strain, she knows what it is to live under pressure. And yet she walks through life these days with a freedom she attributes to God's Read More

As our teenagers grow, we do our best to set them up for success for life.  We teach them to drive, set up a bank account, help them learn about car insurance and credit, and offer support for college applications.  But what about an issue equally important, that could profoundly affect the rest of their Read More

  Sharon Miller has found herself in some public conversations in recent years. As a PhD, writer, and soon to be author, her voice is one of encouragement to women pursuing Jesus. She sifts through Scripture to discern if particular expectations and behaviors are cultural or are indeed directed by God's word. Sharon holds a Read More

Gari Mitchell was living her life in 1988, taking her two kids to school, enjoying tennis with her friends, when she had a routine sinus surgery. She woke up to debilitating depression that lasted for ten years. And then a phone call a few years later from the FBI changed her new normal even further Read More

Like a sleeping giant, anger can sit dormant or relatively calm until we become parents.  Then, suddenly, it can feel like it wakes up and takes over.  If you feel that parenting triggers anger, on any level, this podcast is for you. My guests for this episode, Amber Lia and Wendy Speake, are the authors Read More

“I’ve got a hard kid too.” A sweet mama told me this after reading about my journey with my middle daughter -- one of the many mamas who felt a sense of relief and connectedness after I shared my heart about raising a difficult child. Just a few days later another mama shared, “Our parenthood Read More

Katherine Scott Jones is a writer, editor, soon-to-be-published novelist, and forever book enthusiast. Wife to one cool engineer and mom to two miraculous kids, she writes to make a world of difference one story at a time. Katherine launched her writing career in freelance, which led to novel-writing, where she discovered her passion for story. As a Christian, her love for *story* springs naturally from her love for Jesus because He loved stories: imaginative, ground-breaking, life-changing stories. She is former president of the Northwest Christian Writers Association, and for three years taught memoir writing at Highline Community College. Katherine loves Jesus, great stories, black coffee, red wine, world travel, film scores, BBC movies, and daily walks with her husband and dog. When she’s not writing, she’s chauffeuring kids to jazz band or ballet and volunteering for World Vision. She lives near Seattle, where she enjoys the rain, especially when it involves a cup of tea, a good book, and one small, gray cat.
Need help or have a question? Email Katherine at katherine.scott.jones@gmail.com.