Parenting is a lonely business. One minute you’re cool, you have friends, you’re going out on weekends to hip bars, and the next minute you’re covered in Cheerios, singing along to Paw Patrol and wondering how you ended up here. To make matters worse, for many of us right now we actually can’t go out and visit other people. (Thanks a lot, Covid.) In spite of this, we believe that God made you to be a great parent, and that YOU CAN DO THIS. So today, we’re going to talk about how to navigate parenting isolation in the midst of a pandemic.
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Alli and Latasha Facetime with author and speaker Rebekah Lyons for a discussion around what it means to live a life of freedom. Rebekah opens up about overcoming panic disorder, practicing self-reflection, and learning to trust who God created her to be.
For a decade, Perry Noble was a superstar of the church world. Under his leadership, the church he started, NewSpring, exploded into 16 different campuses reaching 40,000 people a weekend. His church was doing great, but underneath it all, Perry was not. Unchecked alcohol abuse eventually led NewSpring to fire him, news that sent shockwaves around the world. Perry found himself in rehab, facing divorce, and contemplating suicide. How did he push through? He refused to call himself a victim. His incredible comeback story will inspire you to keep pushing forward, no matter what you’re facing.
With one phone call, Mark Roser’s life was flipped upside down. After spending years as missionaries in Africa, Mark and his family were back in the states, where his youngest son, Ethan, was studying to be a pastor. But when a freak accident took Ethan’s life, Mark was left seeking answers to every parent’s worst nightmare. He shares what he’s learned about loss, suffering, and God—and how to get back up again when life blindsides you.