Jesus Said Love Podcast
Summary: Brett & Emily, leaders of the organization, Jesus Said Love, talk openly about their experiences working with those impacted by the commercial sex industry.
Brett and Emily sit down with Elise for a beautiful discussion on moving from survivor to advocate. Elise is a graduate of Jesus Said Love's ACCESS program and now serves as an advocate for Unbound in Fort Worth, TX. Elise's story is a true expression of the power of Love.
Brett and Emily visit with Laurie Proctor of SOWthat Inc. Laurie is a certified coach, leadership consultant, team facilitator and Enneagram instructor who partners with individuals and orgs to discover and harness their passions and greatest potential. This is a fun one, yall!
Join Brett and Emily as they visit with author Ashley Abercrombie. Ashley fought to overcome addiction, rape, abortion, perfectionism and dysfunctional relationships to become an honest, whole and free woman (most days). She wore a mask more than half her life, and considers herself too old, and too annoyed to ever put that thing on again. She has been in urban, multicultural, racially diverse ministry for more than 15 years, leading people and teaching and preaching at Bible studies, classes, schools, small groups, and Sunday services.
Emily sits down with Sister Macrina Wiederkehr of the Benedictine community of sisters, St. Scholastica Monastery in Ft. Smith, Arkansas. Emily and her dear friend, Anna, have attended a few retreats hosted by Sister Macrina. Today's conversation is on location at the monastery in Ft. Smith, AR following a weekend long silent retreat. Join Emily and Anna as they talk purpose of silence among many other topics.
Brett & Emily talk about the idea of home. This episode also features a brand new song called "Home".
A fun little conversation with Yoga master Kim Damm. We talk all things yoga and health. We laugh and breathe and had a fantastic time. Grab your breath and join us in this episode.
Brett & Emily visit with Preemptive Love Coalition founder, Jeremy Courtney, and tackle a buffet of topics. They also talk about Jeremy's latest book release and Love Anyway podcast.
Brett and Emily wrap up the series on Demand by visiting with a spouse of a sex buyer. Everyone talks about the offenders or prostitutes, but not many think about those who are forced to deal with these issues by no fault of their own. The toll commercial sex takes on families is very real.
Brett & Emily visit with Detective Joe Scaramucci of the McLennan County Sheriff's Office. Joe is an expert in the field of human trafficking crimes investigations and he brings a unique perspective to the conversation on demand.
Brett & Emily sit down with Don Arterburn, Ph.D., LMFT, the Coordinator of Addictive Behavior Services at Baylor University. Don is also a certified sex addiction therapist. They discuss all things sex addiction in the midst of a Jeffrey Epstein world.
Brett & Emily begin a 4 part series talking about the issues of demand in relation to the commercial sex industry.
Brett & Emily are joined by their kids and discuss their family's mission trip to Puerto Rico where they helped in hurricane relief efforts. In September of 2017, Hurricane Maria, a powerful cat 5 storm, left the island in shambles.
Brett & Emily answer round 1 of listener questions ranging from parenting and the sex industry to forming a nonprofit and fundraising.
Brett & Emily talk about the importance of self-care for yourself as well as your staff.
Brett & Emily sit down with athlete and artist, Ty Clark, and discuss art, trauma, and making the basketball documentary "Jump Shot".