The Carrie On Podcast w/Carrie Lloyd
Summary: Carrie On is a discussion about life, relationships, choices, virtue and being noble with author, speaker, teacher and pastor, Carrie Lloyd. On "Carrie On," Carrie draws on her wide circle of friendships with people in music, ministry and entertainment to bring a fresh perspective of a woman dealing with life in the 21st century.
We live in a world torn by a lack of priciples, honesty, caring ... in her latest edition of "Carrie On," Carrie Lloyd disusses the lost character trait of "Nobility" in a talk recorded live in front of students at Bethel Church in Redding, CA.
Excellence is a term tossed around by many today, but in this episode of Carrie On, Carrie Lloyd emphasizes the "action" element of being a person of excellence. Taped live in front of a student audience at the Bethel campus in Redding, CA, Carrie is introduced by her former teacher and mentor - Katrina.
In this episode, Carrie brings on good friends, James and Lori Burke to discuss marriage, dating (including dating the same person) and an examination of good and bad British accents in this free wheeling look at what happens when you do a podcast with no script. At the very least, it's highly entertaining.
From a remote location aligning the crashing waves of Carmel, CA, Carrie goes on the road for a podcast about a topic near and dear to her heart - codependency. She views this topic as a global issue effecting so many people in so many different age groups that she felt it was time to share her views and advice on something she has dealt with for years as a counselor and pastor.
Carrie goes it alone on this editon of "Carrie On" and discusses our current cultural malaise where everyone seems to be offended. Because of social media this has never been so easy, but according to Carrie it's a "heart issue" and she discusses ways we can not only be less offended, but how to continually love the unlovable in our lives.
An different and unusual edition of "Carrie On" as Carrie takes you onstage with Bethel Senior Pastor Bill Johnson and Gabe Valenzuela as the three discuss important issues like honor, criticism and taking ownership in front of 800 second year students on the Bethel campus in Redding, CA.
On this episode, Carrie talks with Dr. Mike Hutchings, who idiscusses the issues surrounding every day life with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and the potential for healing a psychological issue that is certainly not limited to those coming home from military engagement. Dr. Hutchings works with Dr. Randy Clarks's Global School of Supernatural Ministry and is director of education in Mechanicsburg, PA.
On this ediiton of the Carrie On Podcast, Carrie draws upon the knowledge of writer and musician, Joshua Mohline who dances along the sometimes blurry line of faith and science and gives some interesting insight into this always controversial topic.
Carrie talks with the co-founder of The Children’s Legacy Center (with husband Bob), Kimberly Johnson who has dedicated her life as a mother of five and to creating a world without orphans. In this latest edition of "Carrie On" Carrie Lloyd talks with Kimberly about her mission and of her passion for global adoption.
In another far ranging exercise in BFF brain exchanges, Carrie and Amanda Cook delve into topics from faith to air travel to Volvo safety. We're not kidding. It's certainly worth a listen to see how the minds of Carrie and one of the world's top Worship Leaders and writers collide.
There are probably not a lot of friendships like the one that Carrie has with Amanda Cook, who in addition to being her BFF, moonlights as one of the most recognized and accomplished worship leaders in the U.S. The two friends sat down for Part One of an introspetive and whacky look at the glue that keeps these two together.
Just to prove we don't just tackle the soft out layers of life, Carrie and special guest Tinasha LaRaye take on something people only usually talk about - the act of "Racial Reconciliation" by, well, talking about it with a bit of depth on this edition of Carrie On.
To know Carrie is to, well - love her and radio veteran Mark Gilman interviews Carrie in this latest "Carrie On" episode to find out more about what makes her tick and how she came to the place in her life she is today.
In her debut podcast episode, Carrie brings us an "Ode to Wonder," an article she penned for "Darling Magazine" and her thoughts on what the concept of wonder can mean in your life.