Practical Family Podcast
Summary: The Practical Family Podcast focuses on the elements that families need to build strong foundations and healthy homes. We offer practical tips for living a simple and clutter-free life, and strategies for self-discovery based on a Biblical worldview.
Award-winning author of 7 books, Sheila Wray Gregoire is passionate about helping women to keep the passion alive in their marriage.
Many wives feel a longing to be more connected with their husbands. Begin to build a stronger marriage with author and speaker Amanda Davison.
Detouring for motherhood, the prospect of being a SAHM can be scary. Jen Babakhan encourages us that motherhood can be the best detour you’ll ever take.
How can women find real, genuine friendships with other women? Beloved author Robin Jones Gunn shares her new book and the life transitions women go through to become their true selves.
Are you a recovering perfectionist? Our guests today have just the encouragement you need to exhale and lose who you're not, love who you are, to live your one life well.
Parenting teens with joy is possible when we seek to understand and guide them. Let go of the rules long enough to love them well.
Hettie Brittz helps us to understand how our natural temperament is just motherhood by design: God's design.
Janet Newberry shows us the model for transformational relationships where children grow in maturity when they get the love that they need.
The Sex Talk… Probably one of the most awkward conversations a parent can prepare for… but it doesn’t have to be. Luke and Trisha Gilkerson are no strangers to answering necessary questions about development, puberty, pornography, and sex.
This mama knows about birthing dreams. As a 3x surrogate, Tiffany Jo Baker is in the business of helping families to realize the dreams God has put on their heart. Join us as we discuss how to maintain the proper perspective while chasing realistic goals in every day life.
Amber and Wendy are back for part 2 of this series on mom anger. Recovering angry moms address what happens to our reactions when we feel out of control.
Parenting today has its special set of challenges, but how we react to those challenges is a tale as old as time. Join me and two other recovering angry moms for a special two part series on learning more gentle responses to foster a loving home environment.
Join me as I interview Courtney Reissig as we address the issues of identity in motherhood and the value of their work in the home. Learn how to serve God with your natural gifts in this stage of motherhood. Find your extraordinary value in ordinary motherhood.
Did you ever try to plan out how your life was going to be when you grew up? Rachel did. She wanted a husband, 4 kids, a white picket fence, and a dog that never barked. Through her experiences as a foster, adoptive, and birth mother, Rachel Lewis shares how to process grief and cope with unexpected loss.
Women put lots of pressure on themselves to handle every responsibility with ease. We need mom mentors to help us navigate the waters of home life, connection with God, and with our kids. Sarah Mae shares how difficult it was for her to care for her home without the guidance of an older woman, and the grace she learned to have for herself through it all.