97: On Living in Life’s Waiting Room

Cheana Tagatac is from the Golden State of California, where her family still lives. She attended college at Lipscomb University in Nashville, graduating with a Nursing Degree. While Cheana loves the ministry of nursing, her passion, above all, is music, especially when it comes to singing and playing for the…
October 21, 2019

93: Finding Purpose in Your Paycheck with Sarah Mast

Sarah Mast is an award-winning creative designer and interactive design specialist for The High Road Agency, based in her hometown, Johnson City, TN. To her, her job is more than designing annual reports, crafting full marketing campaigns, and building websites: it is sharing a story that needs to be told…
August 19, 2019

92: Made for More with Allison Mercer

Join Allie Marie Smith as she interviews Allison Mercer, Director of Youth for Rock Church in San Diego. Allison shares how a life of partying led her to the end of herself and a beginning of a life-changing relationship with God. She reflects on how she has found purpose in…
August 5, 2019

89: All About the Enneagram with Amanda Steed

Amanda Steed is a certified Enneagram Teacher and Coach who specializes in personal and spiritual growth. The Enneagram is a powerful personality typing tool based on nine distinct strategies (known by their numerical "types"). Amanda views the Enneagram as a tool that helps people let go of their protective personalities and embrace…
June 17, 2019

67: Summer of Service with Breanna Johnson

Breanna Johnson is a first-grade teacher based in Missouri, and this year she'll be using her summer vacation in a different way: she'll be spending a month in Ghana, West Africa, serving a nonprofit that provides long-term rehabilitative care for children rescued out of slavery. Listen in as Breanna and Rachel talk…
June 18, 2018

65: Communication Tips from a College Professor with Liz Navarro

Liz Navarro is an educator and communications professional who loves to coach people who want to share their stories. As a university instructor, she has taught public speaking at Pepperdine University, and she currently teaches the same subject at Southern Methodist University. Liz is also a communications entrepreneur, and in this episode Rachel…
May 21, 2018

64: Cultivating Joy In Seasons of Suffering with Stasi Eldredge

We welcome bestselling author Stasi Eldredge to the podcast. Stasi is the co-author along with her husband John of "Captivating," which has sold three million copies. She is also the author of several other books including "Becoming Myself," and her heart is to help women and girls embrace the true identity…
May 8, 2018

63: How Fashion and Service Collide with Ruthie Seager

Ruthie Seager is the Production Director at Re:new Project, a nonprofit organization devoted to creating a space for refugee women to thrive. She’s passionate about meshing the worlds of fashion and art with community and social justice. Join Rachel today as she and Ruthie discuss nonprofit strategies, refugee communities, and really good coffee. 
April 23, 2018

62: Joy and Purpose for the Journey with Missy Robertson

Allie interviews Missy Robertson, author of Blessed, Blessed...Blessed and co-author of The Women of Duck Commander with Miss Kay and her sisters-in-law. She is one of the stars of the hit reality TV show Duck Dynasty. In 2016, Missy launched a jewelry line, Laminin which provides jobs for women in the West Monroe area who…
April 9, 2018

61: Love Your Life, Not Theirs with Rachel Cruze

 Join us today as Rachel Brown interviews Rachel Cruze, a #1 New York Times best-selling author and seasoned communicator. Rachel helps people learn the proper ways to handle money and stay out of debt. She's authored three best-selling books, including Love Your Life, Not Theirsand Smart Money, Smart Kids, which she co-wrote…
March 26, 2018

58: Beauty in the Brokenness with Ellie Holcomb

Allie interviews one of our favorite singer-songwriters, Ellie Holcomb. Ellie shares about her unexpected path to creating music. She shares about some of the "kairos" moments in her life and some of the ways God has met her in broken, difficult seasons. She opens up about some of the challenging…
February 12, 2018

57: What It’s Like to Work at Anthropologie with KellyAnn Sutton

Join Rachel as she interviews Dallas-based KellyAnn Sutton, the District Brand Leader for Anthropologie, the clothing, accessories, and household goods line we all know and love. KellyAnn shares how a car accident shaped the trajectory of her life, what it was like to work in ministry after graduating from college,…
January 30, 2018

56: Healthy, Whole and Free with Katie Farrell

Often, with the New Year comes self-imposed pressure to get fit, lose weight or make some major health resolutions. In this episode with our guest Katie Farrell, you'll get tips on how to find true freedom from food and body image issues that really lasts. Katie is the author of…
January 11, 2018