Flights & Feelings
Flights & Feelings
Aug 18, 2020
The Cope of Unimpressiveness
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If we make our pool of comparison small enough, we can be pretty impressiveness. But in the grand view, we are all very unimpressive. John Onwucheckwa helps me converse and cope with this.


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How Married Are You?
How Married Are You?
Glen & Yvette Henry
Our Marriage Comes FIRST! #HMAY Ep. 117
We apologize in advance for the audio. We were not using our usual set up for this episode. In this episode of #HowMarriedAreYou, we sit down and reflect on some thangs. Tune in for a special announcement! Upgrade your Wedding Party Status by becoming a patron:! Xoxo! To order a wrap visit Use the code "MrsMelanin10" at checkout for 10% off! Every week we share with you all exactly how married we are. Now it's your turn! Send us a voicemail on the anchor app linked below or record an audio message to our DM's on the #HMAY instagram page (also linked below) to let us know just how married (or single) you are. Email us: Leave a voicemail: (760) 335-6643 We are also on YouTube!!! If you'd like to watch this podcast episode or any others before it, go subscribe to our YouTube Channel, How Married are You?! We love to hear your thoughts and feedback on the topics we discuss, please follow us on IG (@howmarriedareyou) so you can share your reactions to each of the episodes. Check out Yvette's podcast: Yvette, Unplugged! You can also follow the fam bam here: Glen: @beleafmel  Yvette: @mrsmelanin  Yvette, UnPlugged: @Yvette_Unplugged The Kiddos: @ChocolateBabies  The Homie: @FrankPuppet Also, don't forget to check us out on YouTube @ Beleaf in Fatherhood. Thank you so much for tuning into this episode of How Married Are You?! If you haven’t done so already, please take a moment to leave a quick rating and review of the show on Apple Podcast by clicking the link below. It will help us to keep sharing our marriage, parenting and life experiences as a unit. Click Here to Subscribe via Apple Podcasts Click Here to Subscribe via Google Podcasts Click Here to Subscribe via Spotify Click Here to Subscribe via Stitcher --- Send in a voice message:
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The Jamie Grace Podcast
The Jamie Grace Podcast
You Are Beautiful
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2 min
Celebration Church Int'l
Celebration Church Int'l
Celebration Church
The Courtship Code II
THE COURTSHIP CODE It is what you do in the relationship that matters, the semantics about the term; dating and courtship notwithstanding. CODE #1: DATING OR COURTSHIP IS NOT A HOBBY Here is how to know if you are going down the hobby lane with dating or courtship; A. You choose without thinking or carefully considering: It is important that you carefully consider your motives. B. When you have little or no standards. C. When you have no end in sight: There has to be a timeline to your dating and courtship since marriage must be in view. D. When you only do the fun part: There is an ordinariness that a great relationship has, the ability to just be friends. When you constantly need to communicate in a relationship, it means some things are lacking. You should be able to go about your ordinary life with your partner. CODE #2: COURTSHIP IS NOT AN INSTITUTION Even if you have been courting for 25 years, if you are not married, you are still single. Marriage is the institution God recognizes. Marriage is actually a step of faith; you are trusting that, though you might not have known all there is to know about this person, you know enough already to live life together forever. If you make an institution out of courtship or dating, you will get into trouble. You must have the boldness to walk away when someone is not willing to make you a wife. You can walk away when you begin to notice character inconsistencies. It's certainly not a sin to break up with a Christian. It's you who is in the relationship. "What will people say?" should not hinder you from making the right decisions. How do you know you are ready for marriage? A. Desire: You mustn't allow anyone to force you into marriage, you must desire it. You also need to work on your desire. Many of us have it clouded with fear from failed relationships. B. Maturity: It's one step in maturity to know the area in which you need to grow. And you are that powerful to know since you have the Holy Spirit. Who you are outside of a relationship is who you will be in a relationship with. The maturity of the relationship is also important. The maturity of a relationship, not the duration is what makes you know you are ready for marriage.
1 hr 28 min
The Woman God Created You to Be
The Woman God Created You to Be
Kimberla Lawson Roby
Childhood Pain and Disappointment
So, there is something I have always believed to be true, which is the fact that your childhood really will affect you for the rest of your life…regardless of whether you were blessed to grow up having lots and lots of happy times or if you had more bad times than you care to think about, still…what we experience as children will remain with us from now on. But at the same time, when it comes to those painful, disappointing childhood experiences, we don’t have to let them define us. Instead, we can make a decision to move beyond our past and thrive in the present. And the way we can begin doing this is by facing our childhood issues head-on. In today’s episode, I share some of my own childhood pain and disappointment, as well as three things you can do if you’re struggling in this area, too. About Kimberla: Kimberla is a Christian woman, wife, bonus mom, speaker, and _New York Times_ bestselling author of 28 books, including _THE WOMAN GOD CREATED YOU TO BE: Finding Success Through Faith—Spiritually, Personally, and Professionally_, which is the companion book for this podcast. Kimberla has sold nearly 3 million copies of her books, and they have frequented numerous bestseller lists, such as _The New York Times_, _USA Today_, _The Washington Post_, _Publishers Weekly_, _Essence_ magazine, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and many others. She is the recipient of the 2013 NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Literary Work – Fiction and the 2017 SOAR Radio Trailblazer of Honor award, and in August 2020, she was named by _USA Today_ as one of the 100 black novelists you should read. Over the years, Kimberla has spoken to thousands of women at churches, conferences, luncheons, libraries, colleges, and universities where she candidly shares her personal journey—hoping to help women become all that God created them to be. Kimberla resides in Illinois with her husband, Will. To be notified about each new episode of this podcast, please subscribe or follow it through your favorite podcast app or website. Get a copy of the companion book here: The Woman God Created You to Be: Finding Success Through Faith--Spiritually, Personally, and Professionally. To chat with Kimberla online or to discuss her weekly topics, please visit: Facebook: @kimberlalawsonroby Instagram: @kimberlalawsonroby Twitter: @KimberlaLRoby Clubhouse: @kimberla Website:
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