Kids And Family Podcasts
True winners don’t play the game of life for the money, the fame, the recognition, the promotions. No… They are after something far more valuable than that, and it can be boiled down to one simple concept. It’s all about Legacy. They understand that they might lead Fortune 500 companies, make more money than they will ever need, receive more recognition than they could ever dream of… But if they aren’t winning at home, then they are not really winning. Winners don’t make excuses, so they take ownership in their home. They learn from their failures and teach their children how to do the same. They make daily sacrifices that lead to winning marriages. Winners live with purpose much bigger than themselves, purpose that’s eternal. Winners lead with legacy. We believe that if you lead at home, you will win at life.
By Randall Sean Garcia & Selina Garcia
Parent to Prosper: Thriving as a Parent by Leading the Growth and Success of your High School and College Aged ChildrenJoin Now to Follow
Parent to Prosper (www.parenttoprosper.com) is a place for parents to discover how to thrive by leading the growth and success of their high school and college aged children. Chris Schulz is your host of the podcast - a Board Certified Coach with specialties in Life and Career Coaching + 20 years of experience developing young professionals and leaders in Fortune 100 companies. Chris is also a parent himself, raising three children alongside Kelly, his amazing wife of 20 years. In the podcast, Chris shows up as your coach to help you to discover how you can Inspire, Guide, and Support the growth and success of your children, so that as a parent you can create Joy, Growth, and Success for yourself and your kids in this precious and critical stage of life.
By Chris Schulz - Board Certified Life & Career Coach
Welcome to Soulful Conversations with Frank and Sheila Battle. Tune in to hear about what’s going on at The Battle Station and eavesdrop on a Soulful Conversation with our guest of the week. Let’s untangle what matters with a diverse group of friends, on topics that range from secular to sacred subjects. You will laugh, learn and be inspired to engage in a Soulful Conversation of your own.
By The Battlestation
Nancy Campbell speaks personally to you from her home to yours. She shares about life in her home and on the “Hill Top” where lots of their children and grandchildren live. She also shares with you insights and treasures from God’s Word about the home, family, and motherhood. Nancy Campbell has been writing and speaking on biblical marriage, family, and motherhood for the last 40 years. She publishes Above Rubies, a magazine to bring strength encouragement to wives and mothers. You can find more exciting information on our website at www.aboverubies.org.
By Nancy Campbell
Join us as we share VBAC Birth Stories Full of Hope and Inspiration! We are a team of expert doulas trained in supporting VBAC, have had VBAC's of our own, and work extensively with VBAC women and their providers. We are here to provide detailed VBAC and Cesarean prevention stories and facts in a simple, consolidated format. When we were moms preparing to VBAC, it was stories and information like we will be sharing in this podcast that helped fine tune our intuition and build confidence in our birth preparation. We hope this does the same for you! The purpose of this podcast is to educate and inform- it is not to replace advice from any qualified medical professional.
By Julie Francom & Meagan Heaton
Struggle, growth, hope. Amie is a mental health advocate and mother of a daughter who has taken their family on an intense journey. Get inspired to share, learn new ideas, and ditch the shame and stigma in this conversation. We have all struggled. You are not alone.
By Amie Carey
The #1 job of genealogy is to take ancestors from names on paper to multidimensional people who lived, breathed, loved, lost, and helped us to be who we are. This podcast is an extension of my classroom, a hybrid teaching and chat session where you'll find the best ways to get the most out of online research tools. I provide tips on best evidence and best practices, and stories from my 38 years of mistakes and triumphs in genealogy, folklore, and family history work. I discuss Ancestry, FamilySearch, Newspapers.com, Find-a-Grave and more. I focus a lot on how you can get involved in African-American and Reparational genealogy regardless of your ancestral ethnicity. And then, there are the interviews. I talk with researchers in all phases of their growth, and I even research and reveal trees to special guests.
By Carolynn ni Lochlainn