Elisabeth Hasselbeck - Designing Life Together
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Elisabeth is a New York Times best-selling author, Emmy award-winning television co-host graduated from Boston College in 1999. Elisabeth played on their Big East Division I Championship Softball team while majoring in Studio Art and holding an apprenticeship at Reebok in their design department. After graduating, Elisabeth designed footwear for PUMA. In 2000, she competed in the second season of Survivor, The Australian Outback, outlasting her way to the final four. She co-hosted "The Look For Less" on E! Networks for three years, and then co-hosted the daytime talk show, The View on ABC, for ten years, marking a decade at the table with Barbara Walters. In 2013, Elisabeth joined the morning News Broadcast of Fox News Channel's, FOX & Friends, where she served as a co-host for two years. As a gluten-free celiac, Elisabeth has written "The G-Free Diet" and "Deliciously G-free" both about her journey cooking and living joyfully with Celiac disease. Her third book "Point of View" details her time at the View, and looking back on those years through God's lens, and the perspective of faith through the lessons she has learned the hard way. Elisabeth has been a member of TeamRWB, a veteran nonprofit since its founding year, and currently sits on the advisory board of The Positivity Project. Elisabeth is married to former NFL quarterback and ESPN analyst, Tim Hasselbeck, and they have three children, Grace, Taylor and Isaiah.

Her latest book,
Flashlight Night: An Adventure in Trusting God is now available for pre-order, releasing on February 2nd.


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Producer & Co-host : Scott Schimmel

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Rebuilding Your Marriage with Kevin Myers
Hey friends! We’re kicking off a mini-series on marriage this week, and I couldn’t be more excited to share this conversation with you! Marriage is a beautiful and life-giving experience for many of us because we have a trusted partner by our side to celebrate the good times and weather life’s unexpected storms. But sometimes the storms can begin to overwhelm the relationship, and we can easily find ourselves in a relationship that looks nothing like it did when it began. Today, author and 12Stone Church senior pastor Kevin Myers and I talk about tackling common marriage problems, rebuilding our relationships, and making them stronger than ever before. We also talk about his book The Second Happy along with seven strategies to rebuild your marriage, how to use prayer to work on internal problems that help us (and our spouse!), and how to evict the elephants in your marriage. Listen in to hear: * How fighting fairly allows for intimacy in a relationship and how this intimacy helps us grow closer as a couple and with God. * How to view conflict resolution through “buckets” and when to apply water on your issues instead of gas. * How God can help us with our marriage through thoughtful and intentional prayer. Favorite quotes: 1. I think a lot of times people feel the weight of carrying both sides of the problem and you can't. You can only carry your side. 2. You realize in the life of ministry, if you're really devoted to helping people, that some things are broken that they can't fix and only God can fix. 3. Everybody in the church carries two buckets and you're either adding to harmony or conflict, but you're never neutral. 4. We tend to use marriage rather than build it, because we're trying to build so many other things in our world. 5. You cannot consistently pray over someone you love and consistently despise them. In this episode I answer this question: What’s your take on the law of attraction? (36:52) Great things we discussed: 1. Kevin Myers at 12Stone 2. The Second Happy: Seven Practices To Make Your Marriage Better Than Your Honeymoon 3. Stairway to Heaven 4. The Mandalorian 5. Change Your World 6. Hudson Taylor’s Spiritual Secrets 7. Groundhog Day 8. The Schuyler Sisters 9. Guns and Ships 10. Standing Strong Hope you loved this episode! Be sure to subscribe in iTunes and slap some stars on a review! :) xo, Alli www.alliworthington.com/kevinmyers/
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