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Sister Interview: Jess Wolstenholm


It’s no wonder our interview with Jess Wolstenholm was all about living an authentic faith in front of our kids. It was her combination of authenticity and love for Jesus that drew us to her at our first “chance” meeting. Two years ago we sat next to Jess and her partner at Grace for Moms, Kristy Chowning, at a conference luncheon and immediately hit it off. Jess has a warmth and a genuine interest in others that is evident in every interaction. We know you will love her too.

During this episode we cover what it means to live an authentic faith in front of your kids, how to simply and naturally talk about spiritual matters as a family and Jess’ newest discovery to help with dark circles under her eyes. (Sidenote Alex ordered this trick from Amazon within days of recording this episode). We know you will appreciate her emphasis on grace. There is no right way to mother and no right way to talk to your kids about Jesus. And yet Jess is full of great ideas and resources for you to try and find what works for your family.

We recorded this episode before the three of us were most recently together. Just this weekend Jess came to Idaho to spend time with the sisterhood at the Open Door Sisterhood Mastermind Retreat. Whether in person or through the podcast airwaves, Jess is a delight and an encouragement to moms. We know you will love to sit in on our conversation with her.

To listen to this episode of The Open Door Sisterhood Podcast with Jess on iTunes click here.

To connect with Jess, go to Grace for Moms’ website or Instagram feed. Or find Jess on her personal Instagram feed.

Some things you heard mentioned on the show:

Grace for Moms

The books Jess co-authored with Dr. Heather Rupe:

The Pregnancy Companion: A Faith Filled Guide for Your Journey to Motherhood

The Pregnancy Companion

The Baby Companion: A Faith Filled Guide for Your Journey Through Baby’s First Year

The Baby CompanionOn the topic of parenting and kids’ faith:

Tommy Nelson

Jelly Telly

The Color Code Bible

What’s In The Bible?

How to Help Your Kids Survive This Crazy, Crazy Election Season by Phil Vischer

Sticky Faith: Everyday Ideas to Build Lasting Faith In Your Kids by Dr. Kara E. Powell and Dr. Chap Clark

Fuller Youth Institute

On the topic of books:

Grace for Moms 2016 Book List

The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah

Wildwood by Colin Meloy

The Mysterious Benedict Society series by Trenton Lee Stewart

On things that make life work:

Apple Music

Spotify Family Account

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