Jamie Ivey is a woman on the go. Fellow mom of four, wife to worship pastor Aaron, creator and host of the very popular podcast, The Happy Hour With Jamie Ivey, it’s no surprise she has lots of energy. She also has a refreshing honesty as she talks about her own journey, her struggles (both past and current), and her faith. There is no pretense here, simply a woman who shares her story so others can see Jesus in the redemption.
We laughed a good deal, we covered some tough stuff, and we get great podcast recommendations from the podcast master herself. From traveling for work, to grandparents stepping in, to her husband’s cooking, to pornography, we cover A to Z and back again. No topic is off limits, no question too personal. An encouraging word on how to be a safe person for other women when they confess sin and loving God more than pleasing people.
The perfect episode to listen to as you go about your actual life. Part practical, part inspirational, Jamie is the quintessential sister. We think you’ll agree that this is one conversation that will go down in sisterhood history as we talk about the freedom offered through Jesus alone.
Listen to our conversation with Jamie at iTunes here.
A few things you heard mentioned on the show:
The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love That Lasts by Gary Chapman
Interview with John Trent on word pictures
Jessica Honneger’s book Imperfect Courage: Live a Life of Purpose by Leaving Comfort and Going Scared
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