I'm talking with author Melanie Shankle on raising teenagers, finding our own sense of self as a mom, and being in the weird middle place of life. You can find Melanie's book here, and my book here. . . .
Christine and I are talking about how to parent smarter, not harder. We both have shared values that parenting is often easier when we simplify, and that there are benefits to our kids when we let ourselves off the hook, too. Christine is the co-author of the book Minimalist Parenting. You can find that here and Rage Against the Minivan here. . . .
Greta and I are talking about how to make the space to connect with your kids, and the beauty of boredom. You can find Greta Eskridge's book Adventuring Together: How to Create Connections and Make Lasting Memories with Your Kids here, and my book here. . . .
I'm absolutely giddy to be talking with one of my favorite authors. R. Eric Thomas and I are talking about the weird world of writing on the internet, finding the balance between writing about humor and pop culture and also writing about social justice issues, and of course . . . our mutual love of the theater. This episode was recorded a few weeks ago, and as we discussed how we've tried to engage people on issues of racial justice, little did we know it would soon be a national conversation. . . .
Glennon and I are chatting about rewriting the narrative around "perfection", parenting in a pandemic, and more. You can find Glennon's book here and Rage Against the Minivan here. . . .
Brit and I are chatting about how we learned to overcome fear and let go of trying to control outcomes, Our stories are different, but Brit and I had very parallel journeys of finding freedom from trying to please others. If that's been a struggle for you I think you will love this chat (and both of our books!) You can find Brit's book here and Rage Against the Minivan here. . . .
Jamie and I are chatting about having major shifts in our views of missions work, the problem with Christian code-speak, learning to find our own voice, and divorce after 20+ years of marriage. You can find Jamie's book here: . And Rage Against the Minivan here. . . .
I'm chatting with Colby Martin about growing up evangelical, having a shift in our theology, and finding out that faith can survive and even thrive after dismantling some of our religious baggage. You can find Colby's book here and Rage Against the Minivan here. . . .
Today I'm chatting with Latasha Morrison, author of Be the Bridge, and a consultant for businesses and churches on inclusion and diversity. We each read a segment of our book and then have a conversation about race and revisionist history and Ahmaud Arbery and how to move from outrage to action. You can find Latasha's book here and Rage Against the Minivan here. . . .