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A conscious, humanitarian, lively radio show! Engaging in conversations with featured celebrities, leaders, authors, and average folks sharing success stories. Discussions provide listeners with inspiring ways to master the challenges we encounter on the journey of life. This is not an ordinary radio show, but rather, a unique format that offers philanthropy, compassion, social and humanitarian choices that bring together poetry, spirituality, wisdom, meditation, music,and experts that featu ...
 
Join award winning journalist Paula Faris as she explores what people are called to and why, equipping you to live the life you were meant for! These real, honest conversations will leave you encouraged, empowered (with takeaways!) and entertained. Paula will be joined each week by friends--some old, some new--who can talk about purpose, calling, fear, branching out and the risks of pursuing dreams from their own perspective. Guests include: Candace Cameron Bure, ESPN's Maria Taylor, Chris T ...
 
Could brain science help our Bible study? Could science help grow faith? Join these conversations on our embodied life and embedded relationships, and what it all means for our life of faith and spiritual formation. Dr. Geoff Holsclaw—a pastor and professor—talks with practitioners, therapists, theologians, and researchers on BEING WITH ourselves, others, and God, all in connection with neuroscience, spirituality, and our life of faith. You can find out more about Dr. Geoff Holsclaw here: ht ...
 
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Six-time GRAMMY Award winner, Amy Grant, is taking us back to where her love of music started to become more than just a hobby, and how long it took her to accept it as her calling. She talks about being offered a record deal as a teen and continuing her higher education thinking she would eventually get a "real job." The mother of four, opens up a…
 
In this week's highly anticipated episode, Priscilla Shirer is joining Paula to talk about her unexpected journey to discovering her calling, and how she worked through the crippling fear that once stood in her way and made her question the path she was on. The dynamic teacher and motivational speaker once dreamed of becoming a TV news anchor and w…
 
Former pediatric nurse, Bethany Adkins knew that God was telling her it was time to make a change. Like many women, she fell into the trap of thinking that her worth can through her degree, a job, and everything that our culture pushes people to do. It became a tug of war on her heart, and God was telling her it was time to stop. Bethany and her hu…
 
This week’s special episode is shining a light on teachers and caretakers, as Paula’s mom and sister, Carol and Mary, share their very personal experience four months after Carol’s stroke. In the blink of an eye, Mary went from teaching children in the pandemic to becoming a full time caregiver and teacher to her 81-year-old mother who was relearni…
 
Rebroadcast: Lisa Luckett is a social visionary, an activist for kindness and an advocate of gaining wisdom by experiencing life head-on. Her mantra “Choose Courage” is the foundation of her social vision reminding us that we are strong, resilient and have a choice in how we live our lives. Within weeks of 9/11, Lisa vowed that she would make somet…
 
Benjamin and Kirsten Watson sit down with Paula for a fun conversation about parenting their seven children, sharing the spotlight with your spouse, and discovering new callings outside of the identity your career creates. They talk about the good and bad times they have shared during their 16 years of marriage and working through unexpected diffic…
 
Throughout her studies for her podcast All God’s Women, Sharon has gleaned so much wisdom from the women of the Bible. Sharon agrees that there is “nothing more humbling than raising a child.” The study of the Proverbs 31 woman is what started her passion for further understanding what God wants to teach us through the women of the Bible, ranging f…
 
Ginger Zee’s calling doesn’t just stop at the atmosphere, it reaches far and beyond the television screen and into the minds of millions. ABC’s Chief Meteorologist is joining Paula for a very special episode on de-stigmatizing mental health issues. Ginger gets incredibly candid about her own battle with depression, the hard work it has taken to reb…
 
Jennie Allen joins Paula for a very fun and enlightening conversation about taking the right risks, following the path of most resistance, pursuing a calling that takes you beyond your comfort zone, and knowing when to go for it. Jennie talks about her journey to becoming a writer and the risks she and others took in creating “IF:Gathering,” which …
 
In families, friendships, and at church, we are surrounded by people who have experienced and live with trauma. Pastor and reconciliation activist Fred Liggin talks about what it means to be a trauma-informed church. Fred Liggin is a pastor and social entrepreneur ministering among the homeless and those struggling with poverty Williamsburg, VA, an…
 
Related Episodes: Secret Confessions of a Mom who Wants to Quit, Planting Scripture in Young Children with Julie Parido, Transitional Motherhood with Meg Glesener, Identity and Idols in Motherhood with Merritt Onsa, Making Marriage the Priority in Motherhood with Glori Winders, Being a Special Mom of Special Needs Kids with Julie Holmquist, Survivi…
 
In this very special episode, Paula is going under the microscope with the help of Dr. Gary Chapman and her three children as they explore how loved they feel, and what their mom and dad could do to make them feel more loved. Dr. Chapman’s best-selling book, “The Five Love Languages,” was written 30 years ago and established there are five ways we …
 
Lady A’s Hillary Scott is back on the road and touring again after more than year. She’s taking a break from her busy schedule to chat with Paula about her struggles with crippling and sometimes paralyzing fear, and why it only got worse as she was preparing to return to the stage after more than a year of not performing. The GRAMMY-award winning a…
 
Related Episodes: Planting Scripture in Young Children with Julie Parido, Transitional Motherhood with Meg Glesener, Identity and Idols in Motherhood with Merritt Onsa, Making Marriage the Priority in Motherhood with Glori Winders, Being a Special Mom of Special Needs Kids with Julie Holmquist, Surviving as a Single Mom with Annie Quinnell, Restori…
 
John Cooper, sits down with Paula to talk about his challenging path in pursuing his calling despite the lack of support from loved ones, the importance of staying true to who you are, and the commitment to sacrifice that is required along the way. He opens up about his relationship with his mother, how she helped shape his faith, why she didn’t wa…
 
Trey Kennedy sits down with Paula to talk about his unconventional path to success and building a life he says he never could have imagined. The popular influencer talks about what it was like pursuing a career that didn’t exist when he first started finding success in making popular online videos, and shares what his friends and family thought abo…
 
Michael Anthony has experienced tremendous amounts of trauma in his life. As a child, he grew up in an abusive household which led to drug and alcohol use by age 12, homelessness, and an overall lack of stability. Throughout his teen years, Anthony ran with gangs, used drugs, stole cars, and broke into houses all to survive. Today, Michael is an en…
 
Related Episodes: Jesus: The Rest in our Busy , Identity: What You’re Not , Identity: Unveiled, When “No” means “Yes” with Michelle Watson, Facing the Red Sea, Is God Still Faithful in the Valley?, An Interview with Grace Norman Jessica Long’s story begins in Russia, where her 16-year-old mother placed her for adoption when she couldn’t manage her …
 
NBC’s Savannah Guthrie is in Tokyo, Japan covering the 2020 Olympics during a global pandemic, and in this episode she is sharing with Paula her biggest excitement about the games and what will be the hardest adjustment. The “Today” show co-anchor also talks about her journey to success, the ups and downs of following her calling, and balancing the…
 
Chris Duffin went from being homeless and later living in a condemned trailer as a child to becoming a corporate executive, owning his own gym, and setting power lifting world records. He is now the co-founder and chief engineer at Kabuki Strength, an organization devoted to optimizing human performance and making the world a better place through s…
 
Dr. Sousan Abadian has dedicated her life to answering the question of what it would take to uplift humanity and alleviate suffering. She began her inquiry as a young woman in the field of international development and poverty alleviation. Dr. Abadian is an Iranian-born scholar who is passionate about enhancing human capabilities and wellbeing. She…
 
Pastor Louie Giglio sits down with Paula to discuss the importance of knowing your identity, finding your passion, and using both to discover your calling and purpose in life. He talks about avoiding the inevitable comparisons we find ourselves facing in our current society, and why faith and science belong in the same conversation. He also discuss…
 
Host, Sister Dr. Jenna is joined by the amazing tabla maestro Sandeep Das as he shares how he was introduced to the Tabla, his love for golf & how he is supporting budding talent! Sandeep Das is a composer, educator and one of the leading Tabla maestros in the world. He leads a prolific international musical career characterized by tradition, innov…
 
Related episodes: Transitional Motherhood with Meg Glesener, Identity and Idols in Motherhood with Merritt Onsa, Making Marriage the Priority in Motherhood with Glori Winders, Being a Special Mom of Special Needs Kids with Julie Holmquist, Surviving as a Single Mom with Annie Quinnell, Restoring Joy in Motherhood with Winfree Brisley, The No Judgme…
 
Viraj Gandhi comes from a family of entrepreneurs. He started his consulting firm when he was 23 years old and it has grown significantly and has a roster of some of the country’s largest government agency customers. He joins Sister Jenna to tell us how he got started in the business world and his keys to success. Viraj is the CEO of Paradyme Manag…
 
Cory Cotton, one-fifth of the Dude Perfect team, joins Paula to talk about his unconventional path to success and their new book, “101 Tricks, Tips, and Cool Stuff.” He talks about the viral trick shot video that changed their lives forever, the struggles they faced convincing their loved ones that quitting their conventional jobs to become YouTube…
 
Naveen Jain is an intensely curious entrepreneur who is not afraid to take on the audacious ideas that will push humanity forward. He joins Siser Jenna to discuss science, spirituality and his humble beginnings during the time when he set foot in the United States. Naveen is the author of the award-winning book, “Moonshots: Creating a World of Abun…
 
Marilyn Peterson Haus spent her childhood playing with her twin brother on their farm in western Minnesota. She learned to read and write in a one-room school set in the midst of a sea of corn and oats. To go to junior high and high school, she rode a rickety yellow school bus seven miles to the nearest town. Just when Marilyn thought she had escap…
 
Our month of honoring Dad’s wraps up with singer, songwriter, and author Michael W. Smith, who joins Paula and her sister, Diane, for an empowering episode. The GRAMMY Award winning artist opens up about his struggle with addiction, early in his career, including the night he hit rock bottom and nearly died. He talks about the moment he realized, a…
 
What we attend to, what we pay attention to, becomes our reality. It causes us to see some things and be blind to others. And this is never more true than SEEING the SACRED in our modern world. Dr. Richard Beck, author of numerous books, professor and psychologist, talks about our disenchanted world, the ACHE caused by it, and how to find God today…
 
Related Episodes: Identity and Idols in Motherhood with Merritt Onsa, Making Marriage the Priority in Motherhood with Glori Winders, Being a Special Mom of Special Needs Kids with Julie Holmquist, Surviving as a Single Mom with Annie Quinnell, Restoring Joy in Motherhood with Winfree Brisley, The No Judgment Zone: Honest Motherhood with Becky Kopit…
 
Ms. Vijai Nathan is a comedian, storyteller, writer and trainer - entertaining people across America and internationally too. Vijai's stories have been featured on NPR’s “Snap Judgment” and "Invisibila Live.” She's also a contributing writer for The Washington Post Magazine’s Date Lab. Vijai grew up as a "foreigner" (or at least that's what everyon…
 
Our special Father’s Day month continues with former NFL Coach, sports analyst, and dad to 11 kids, Tony Dungy. He opens up about his journey as a coach, how he knew it was his calling, the time he almost switched paths, and how he eventually knew it was time to walk away from the sidelines for good after nearly 20 years. He talks about the cross r…
 
Two-time best-selling author, professional speaker, educator, and parent, Jeanie Cisco-Meth shares her scientifically proven system for improving communication and decreasing conflict. As a high school educator for more than 17 years, she witnessed firsthand what bullying can do to a person, a family, and a community. Her solution was to design a p…
 
In this special episode, the Smallbone family is hosted by Paula Faris and Rebecca St James. Together, Joel Smallbone (for KING & COUNTRY) his wife Moriah Smallbone, sister Rebecca and their parents Helen & David share powerful stories of coming to America, trusting the faithfulness of God, and seeing God miraculously provide. They share the things…
 
Our month of honoring Dads continues with a special episode featuring Paula’s husband, John Krueger. The duo open up about some of the highs and lows they have faced together, especially in their marriage which Paula credits John with saving, and also as imperfect parents trying their best to raise three well-rounded children. John talks about find…
 
Related Episodes: Marriage Marriage the Priority in Motherhood with Glori Winder, Being a Special Mom of Special Needs Kids with Julie Holmquist, Surviving as a Single Mom with Annie Quinnell, Restoring Joy in Motherhood with Winfree Brisley, The No Judgment Zone: Honest Motherhood with Becky Kopitzke, Anchored Motherhood with Tina Smith, The Fight…
 
This month we're kicking off a series of episodes honoring Dads! First up, ESPN Analyst and former professional basketball player Jay Williams joins Paula to talk about overcoming a devastating motorcycle accident as his career in the NBA was just getting started, and how he eventually shifted his mindset from asking "why me?" to "why not me?". Jay…
 
Why do we do what we don't want to do? Why are we at war within ourselves? And what can we do about it? Jenna Riemersma (LPC) introduces us to "Internal Family Systems" (parts theory), how to grow in self-compassion, and how God is redeeming our hurts, brokenness, and sin. Settle in if you are tired of trying so hard, unsure how to deal with negati…
 
With the election of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris whose mother is of Indian descent, three Indian American women created the Inauguration Kolam 2021 Project to creatively welcome the new administration and Vice President Harris, in particular, as she became the first Asian American and Caribbean American woman to hold a nati…
 
As an Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the University of Nevada, Dr. Teruni Lamberg holds a doctorate in mathematics education from Arizona state and a Post Doctorate from Vanderbilt. She has been a college professor for 17 years and has run numerous research projects and is the principal investigator for the state of Nevada’s Mathem…
 
Author, Human Rights Activist, and international speaker Christine Caine, sits down with Paula to talk about being Greek, her faith, and the passion to pursue a difficult calling without knowing where to start. Christine discusses what it was like growing up Greek Orthodox, her journey as a Christian, learning that she was adopted at the age of 33,…
 
Related Episodes: Being a Special Mom of Special Needs Kids with Julie Holmquist, Surviving as a Single Mom with Annie Quinnell, Restoring Joy in Motherhood with Winfree Brisley, The No Judgment Zone: Honest Motherhood with Becky Kopitzke, Anchored Motherhood with Tina Smith, The Fight for Relationships , Jesus: The Rest in our Busy , Identity: Wha…
 
What's grace got to do with the brain? Isn't grace just a theological word about God? But really grace has everything to do with every part of our relationships. Learning to live in grace is essential to being with others, with God, and with ourselves. We're talking about all this with Ed Khouri, co-founder of Equipping Hearts for the Harvest. Ed m…
 
Sarah Jakes Roberts, sits down with Paula to talk about her NYT best-selling book, Woman Evolve: Break Up with Your Fears and Revolutionize Your Life. She shares why she feels called to help others break the cycle of shame and leave their fears behind, plus how to become the best version of yourself. She also opens up about her experience as a teen…
 
Having gone through the experience of the death of two husbands, as well as the deaths of her father, mother, sister, many family members and friends, Emily has much experience in the grieving process and has learned to face life with love, optimism, and joy. Her mission is to comfort and support those dealing with grief and loss focusing on positi…
 
Enough with all this neuroscience, pyscho-bable, and and emotion language. Shouldn't we just talk about the Bible and follow Jesus? We're talking about these common objections with Ed Khouri, co-founder of Equipping Hearts for the Harvest. Ed ministers and trains within the intersection of trauma and addiction recovery, neuroscience, and spiritual …
 
What is fear for? Fear can save our lives, but the Bible tells repeatedly not to fear. Can we learn to act in ways that are more faithful, even in the face of risk? Jason Clark has wrestled with these very demons in himself as a pastor, a professor, and as the leader of the Leadership and Global Perspectives Doctor of Ministry at Portland Seminary.…
 
New York Times Best Seller Annie F Downs, joins Paula for a full-on “fun coach session,” focusing on the importance of prioritizing fun in your life and how to rediscover what brings you joy. The “That Sounds Fun” author, talks about her time spent teaching, how she knew it was time to walk away, and her journey to discovering her number one skill …
 
Being a special needs mom is one of the absolute hardest and most rewarding jobs in the world. Julie Holmquist and I have a lot in common with our struggles in being moms of special needs sons, ranging from our dreams of cleaner houses to our identity issues in this journey. One major thing that helps in that is remembering the story from John chap…
 
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