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Strong Women

May 15, 2024

Living with unmet longings often feels like suffering. Rachel Miller knows, from experience, that our longings confront us with an opportunity to struggle toward God and community, rather than away from them. Her latest book is When It Hurts to Hope: Honest Conversations about Living with Unmet Longing. She joins us...


May 8, 2024

What is motherhood all about? Elizabeth Schlueter helps us perceive the beautiful truth about motherhood amid cultural extremes. She joins us this week to challenge common myths about motherhood and cast a Christian vision for the beauty of self-giving love and sacrifice. Whether you're married or single,...


May 1, 2024

Megan Donahue grew up in a Mormon family whose roots reach all the way back to the founding of Mormonism. Though she sincerely believed as a child, she was discouraged from thoroughly investigating what she had been taught. Eventually, Megan’s beliefs unraveled as she grappled with long-held questions and the burden...


Apr 24, 2024

Gender ideology is the biggest lie capturing young people today. The Church is called to care for the victims of this lie while walking in truth and love. Mary Rice Hasson joins us this week to share how Christians can offer a better hope than gender ideology and practically love those who struggle with their identity.


Apr 17, 2024

This week we’re joined by author and illustrator Ned Bustard. Ned lost his wife Leslie to cancer last year, but her beautiful spirit and faith are captured in the new book, Tiny Thoughts That I’ve Been Thinking. Leslie saw God’s goodness in life’s smallest details and infused ordinary moments with Christs...