Rachel McMillan joins Lindsey and Kristi to discuss how our definitions of peace have changed during the pandemic, how we're learning to find it, and how Rachel's travel book that didn't do well and her WWII novel that's doing amazing have given her a new understanding of finding peace in knowing herself and God.
Faithfulness. It's something profoundly connected to God but much more difficult to see manifested in the fallible humans around us. How can we find faithfulness when it feels like there's none to be had? How do we ensure that we ourselves are working towards faithfulness?
How long will Kristi let Lindsey ramble?
All these answers and more in this week's episode.
Patience. We often think of it as the ability to wait but what if we considered it something active that we could do while we wait? Kristi and Lindsey discuss where they are finding patience difficult, where they are using impatience to their advantage, and Christmas.
Yes. Christmas in September because it's 2020 so why not?
Kristi and Lindsey discuss the all important love with guest Toni Shiloh. Riveting moments include Toni's method of declaring love to Joe Schmoe, Kristi's ability to make up stories about total strangers, and Lindsey's obsession with Wal-mart parking spaces.
Joy is not happiness. It is a truth you can stand on that knows there's something better, something good, even in moments of sadness and distress. How do we hold on to that joy in a world that seems determined to strip it out?
Welcome to Season 2!
We're starting off with a series looking at each individual fruit of the Spirit. In the introduction we talk about why we're doing this series and establish where we are coming from as we enter this discussion.
And because Kristi and Lindsey can't seem to stay on track, we may also discuss hand sanitizer caddies, new books, and Hamilton.
Two different rivers. Two different trips. Two different experiences. Same life lesson.
Listen to Kristi and Lindsey discuss handling rapids in a kayak, taking on water, and how to deal with life when it doesn't meet your expectations.
Lindsey has done a lot of cooking, but she's never grilled a steak. Why hasn't she grilled a steak? Will the steak ever actually get cooked? Will her 8 year old son turn the episode into an application for his own Food Network show?
Take a listen and find out.
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