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11. When you’re in a toxic relationship
It’s no secret I’m a fan girl of Gary Thomas. His books on dating and marriage have been instrumental in my life. So, when I heard him talk about how to be the person God created you to be in the face of toxic relationships, I knew we had to have him on the show! In our conversation, Gary talks about identify and side-stepping toxic people, but perhaps most importantly, how to identify your mission and stay focused on what God has called you to do.
10. When a special needs diagnosis changes everything
I called up my friend, Marcie Kindred, to share her story about journeying through anger, resentment, and exhaustion and how she found gratitude and joy on the other side.
9. When your identity is defined by your career
Y’all are not ready for the force that is Melinda Doolittle. She is wise, funny, and can testify of God’s goodness all day long. In this episode, Hanna and Melinda talk about how God authored Melinda’s story and career, and what happened when covid-19 hit and suddenly Melinda’s career was put on hold.
8. When God asks you to wait, and wait, and wait some more
No one builds up my faith like Kailey Dickerson, and you are going to be so encouraged by her story of waiting and waiting and waiting on God’s timing and trusting Him throughout the process.
7. When you’re discontent and lonely
Hanna chats with her bestie, Ellen Boker about discontentment, taking agency of your life, how to survive seasons of loneliness and more.
6. When your circumstances drive your attitude
Hanna chats with her long-time mentor, Annie Hutton. Y’all are going to love this woman. Annie has a way of delivering truth in a way that you just remember.
5. When “in sickness and in health” turns out to mostly be “in sickness”
At 28 years old, while pregnant with her first child, Gwen Traficant received news about her husband’s health that would change her life–and her plans–forever.
4. When you’re sick and tired of being sick and tired
Hanna’s friend, Ashley Traficant, shares her battle with Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis (PSC) and how to hold onto hope even amidst the darkest seasons.
3. When infertility isn’t your plan, but it’s the path God gives you
Hanna and her mom, Cindy Easley, take a deep dive into infertility, adoption, and prodigal children.