Welcome to Intentional Parenting
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Season 3 of the Raising Boys & Girls podcast is here to help you start 2021 with intention! Join Sissy Goff and David Thomas this week as they welcome you on a journey of intentional parenting. Find out the topics we'll be tackling together over the next few months as we dig into what it means to be more consistent, peaceful, and playful parents.

Connect with Sissy, David, and Melissa at raisingboysandgirls.com

Connect with Minno at podcast.gominno.com

The Big Boo Cast
The Big Boo Cast
Melanie Shankle & Sophie Hudson
The Big Boo Cast, Episode 224
It seems like it's been forever since we last said these words, but college baseball season is here! On this episode we talk about opening weekend for the Aggies and the Bulldogs, and we also discuss our weekend outings to the State / Alabama women's basketball game (me) and the San Antonio rodeo (Mel). Plus, Mel shares some ways we can all jump in and help Texans who are recovering from last week's ice storm. AND. This week we get to spend some time talking with author Elizabeth Passarella. I mentioned her new book, Good Apple, on the podcast a few weeks ago (you may remember that I loved it), and Melanie and I were so excited to get to visit with her. You'll hear part of the conversation on this episode - the rest a few weeks down the road - and you are going to love her. Melanie and I had both talked to her for about three minutes when we realized that it felt like we've known her forever. Hope y'all enjoy! - Our Amazon Shop (http://amazon.com/shop/bigboo) - Become a Patron! (http://patreon.com/bigboo) Show Notes: - How to Help Texas: San Antonio Food Bank (https://safoodbank.org/) , Houston Food Bank (https://www.houstonfoodbank.org/) , North Texas Food Bank (https://ntfb.org/) , West Texas Food Bank (https://wtxfoodbank.org/) - Mississippi State's new baseball uniforms with the "State" script (https://twitter.com/HailStateBB/status/1363579379511685126) (NBD but these might just be the best looking baseball uniforms in the country) - Elizabeth Passarella (https://www.elizabethpassarella.com/) - Good Apple by Elizabeth Passarella (https://amzn.to/3qM1SOa) (it's really wonderful!) - Rendevouz (https://hogsfly.com/) - Corky's BBQ (https://www.corkysbbq.com/locations/memphis) - Payne's Bar-B-Que (https://www.yelp.com/biz/paynes-bar-b-que-memphis) - Levain Bakery (https://levainbakery.com/) - Roku streaming stick (https://rstyle.me/+3X7vq-SFhL-zpcSZbiLMSw) - YouTube TV (https://tv.youtube.com/welcome/) - Quilty weighted blanket (https://rstyle.me/+b8rubVk-hQENZoR11Vs8jQ) - 32 oz. deli food storage containers (https://rstyle.me/+LfplVAEfkb0ODIquoHnGtg) - milk frother (https://rstyle.me/+CA5nB_RrzXKiTmqAiF2_Tw) - Ancestral Supplements Grass Fed (https://rstyle.me/+D15jxNUILXPPYsozgp0FxA) Dessicated (https://rstyle.me/+D15jxNUILXPPYsozgp0FxA) Beef Liver (https://rstyle.me/+D15jxNUILXPPYsozgp0FxA) Sponsors: - Best Fiends (download on the Apple App Store or Google Play) - Prose (http://prose.com/bigboo) (use this link for your free in-depth hair quiz and 15% off your first order) - FabFitFun (http://fabfitfun.com) (use promo code BIGBOO for $10 off your first box) - KiwiCo (http://kiwico.com) (use promo code BIGBOO for 30% off your first month and free shipping)
1 hr 2 min
Crystal Paine Show
Crystal Paine Show
Crystal Paine
113. An interview with Kathrynne
Last week, while the kids were off of school because of the ice and snow, Jesse and I sat down and interviewed Kathrynne, our 16-year-old. She answered some of your questions that you'd submitted on topics like: * how parents can build stronger relationships with their teens * why she feels like she can trust us * her honest thoughts on kids and social media * how she feels most heard and understood (and what makes her feel like we're not listening/paying attention) * what learning to drive has been like, and more! In This Episode: [00:33] We were snowed in… and then we were iced in! [02:52] Kathrynne is joining us to answer some of your questions. [04:39] How does Kathrynne feel about my active Instagram presence? [05:42] What makes her feel most heard and understood? [07:15] She shares the things we do that make her feel like she isn’t being heard. [09:57] What advice would she give other kids younger than her? [12:01] How can parents try to cultivate trust-filled relationships with their younger children? [14:59] Why parents shouldn’t pre-decide that the teenage years are going to be hard. [17:13] Ways parents can reconnect with teens who seem really distant. [18:44] Things to consider regarding social media during the teenage years. [20:48] Teens want to be able to make their own decisions, especially regarding their time and interests. [27:24] What’s it been like learning how to drive? Links and Resources: * Love-Centered Parenting * 10-Days to Be a Happier Mom * Sign up for the Hot Deals Email List * MoneySavingMom.com * My Instagram account (I’d love for you to follow me there! I usually hop on at least a few times per day and share behind-the-scenes photos and videos, my grocery store hauls, funny stories, or just anything I’m pondering or would like your advice or feedback on!) * Have feedback on the show or suggestions for future episodes or topics? Send me an email: crystal@moneysavingmom.com
34 min
We're Going There with Bianca Juarez Olthoff
We're Going There with Bianca Juarez Olthoff
That Sounds Fun Network
Episode 12: Rejection Doesn't Make You A Reject: Church And Race Relations with Dr. Anita Phillips
Welcome back, family! Glad you are here for another episode of We’re Going There because today, we’re doing just that. The interview with today’s guest went nothing like expected and I’m truly grateful it didn’t. Dr. Anita Phillips is a learner, teacher, and therapist who spits wisdom like rappers spit bars. You will be challenged to: - Actively seek out those who are excluded - Play a part in redeeming someone else’s story - Include those who feel like outsiders - Redeeming the Church Thanks for listening in today! It would mean so much to me if you honored and thanked Dr. Anita by tagging her for what you learned today at _@DrAnitaPhillips_ and _@BiancaOlthoff_. Two lucky winners will receive a copy of my book How To Have Your Life Not Suck which talks about this very topic of inclusion. If you haven’t already subscribed or reviewed the podcast, feel free to do so today! And by the way, since we are talking about redeeming church, I’m being an inviter and inviting you to The Father’s House Orange County’s online experience. You can watch on YouTube, Facebook, and on the website. We have digital community groups AROUND THE WORLD and we have a spot just for you. Check out _TFHOC.org_ for more information about church and how you can get involved. Love you guys and we will chat next week! 🖤 _B_ _In the Light with Dr. Anita Phillips - Never Alone Podcast Episode_
39 min
The Alli Worthington Show
The Alli Worthington Show
Alli Worthington
How (Not) to Read the Bible with Dan Kimball
I started this podcast to create a safe space for exploring our faith, our beliefs and new ideas. Well, friends, this conversation with Dan Kimball delivers and I can’t wait for you to hear it! Dan is an author who focuses on encouraging us to think creatively about breaking the negative stereotypes both the church and Christians face. And our conversation today is inspired by his new book, How (Not) to Read the Bible: Making Sense of the Anti-women, Anti-science, Pro-violence, Pro-slavery and Other Crazy-Sounding Parts of Scripture. During our time together, we talk about the dangers of using Scripture out of context and what we can do when someone uses the Bible against us to discredit our beliefs. Dan also gives us a helpful lens to use when reconciling challenging parts of the Bible, especially violence and slavery, with our faith. And don’t worry, we wrap up the episode with some fun talking about why Scripture is anti-shrimp, how to get a donkey into a bathtub, and if there are really unicorns hiding out in the Bible. In this episode, Dan and I talk about: * The truth of God’s character and how we can learn from everything in the Bible, including themes of violence * How information is our strongest defense when it comes to safeguarding our faith, especially for younger generations * Seeing the Bible as a library instead of a science manual and how we can use it to inform our modern-day questions, but not necessarily answer them. Favorite quotes: 1. Most Christians are not prepared to address the not-so-nice sounding bible verses. We just have to be prepared. 2. We have to know how to read our bible, the good verses and the crazy sounding verses. 3. Never read a bible verse by itself. 4. The bible was written to other people. But it was written for us so we can understand who God is. 5. We have turned the bible into a science manual trying to get our modern day questions and that wasn’t its intent. Links to great things we discussed: 1. Dan Kimball 2. How (Not) to Read the Bible: Making Sense of the Anti-women, Anti-science, Pro-violence, Pro-slavery and Other Crazy-Sounding Parts of Scripture 3. The Fat Man 4. The Chosen 5. Greenland 6. Prayer: Experiencing Awe and Intimacy With God 7. Skull Socks 8. Max Richter Sleep Album 9. Standing Strong Hope you loved this episode! Be sure to subscribe in iTunes and slap some stars on a review! :) xo, Alli
54 min
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