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The Single Momcast Podcast by Arise Ministries is a resource for single moms that offers you tools for navigating real life! Listen in as we journey through the life of a single mom. Hosts Pam Kanaly and Mel Hiett are both former single moms who have a wealth of knowledge and real-life stories to tell along the way!
 
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Curtis Lofton is a former NFL inside linebacker. He played college football for the University of Oklahoma and earned All-American honors. Curtis shares his powerful story of being raised by his grandmother. Listen as Pam Kanaly unpacks this inspiring story with Curtis on his journey with football and faith. Single moms, you are sure to find yourse…
 
We are going to the movies! This week, Danielle Bean and Lisa Hendey share some movies they have enjoyed recently, along with some that they are looking forward to seeing this season. Here are our picks: For family movies, Danielle recommends Yesterday, and Lisa recommends Finding Ohana. For girls' night movies, we recommend Always be My Maybe, Our…
 
Motherhood often feels like loss: Loss of your schedule, loss of control, loss of yourself. This can be very confusing because, as a Christian, you KNOW God has called you to live an abundant life! So, what's up with this? Are you doing something wrong? Or are you doing something right? (spoiler: you're doing something right!) Welcome to my Summer …
 
Shawn and Cate recap this week in music from the X1039 studio talking up Twenty One Pilots' huge tour announcement, The Killers teaming up with Bruce Springsteen, Rob Halford basically getting KNIGHTED, and much more! Remember to rate, subscribe, and review, and follow along for new episodes. Socials: https://www.www.facebook.com/1039RXP https://tw…
 
For a topic near and dear to Rob and Dan's hearts, John Sechrest from Seattle Angel Conference joins to talk about startups and angel investing. While most of this episode was triggering for Rob and Dan, they carry on in the spirit of fail forward and test and learn. Give it a listen and forward to your friends toiling in coffee shops and shared wo…
 
This week, Allison Gingras and Danielle Bean take inspiration from Catholic Mom contributor Mary Lou Rosien's recent article about practicing the faith and passing it on to your kids. Mary Lou uses the word PRACTICE to share eight ways parents can share the faith with their kids. Danielle and Allison discuss each of these, adding their own ideas an…
 
Welcome to my Summer Replay Series! I'm rerunning a series that first aired in Feb-March 2020 on Abiding in Christ (John 15). In EP108 I introduced you to the series If you haven't listened to that episode yet, do that first! Today I will introduce you to the Cast of Characters and the 5 Branches, but we will discuss in detail the branch in Christ …
 
This week, Lisa Hendey and Danielle Bean discuss the idea of "beginning again." We all have moments in life where our regular routines and commitments get interrupted and then, after a time, we need to come back to our old ways and assess which things we want to pick up again. Lisa shares about the process of doing this after being away and mournin…
 
It’s summer! And I’m stepping away from the podcast for a few weeks to rest and enjoy my family. But while I’m gone, I’m replaying some of my favorite episodes that you may have missed or you may want to hear again. This is the first episode of the series I did on Abiding in Christ based on John 15. This series originally aired in February and Marc…
 
It's a huge decision and not everyone is in agreement. On this episode of Momcast we dig up some information and perspectives that will help you decide if you will get your child vaccinated for COVID-19.Plus, get your house Pinterest ready. Michelle Coulter, designer from America's Floor Source, shares the latest trends in flooring.See the amazing …
 
How can we make Scripture part of our everyday experiences? Danielle Bean and Allison Gingras share ideas and resources for ways to make Bible study a daily habit as well as creative ideas for praying with Scripture. Some resources they share include: Stay Connected journals The Better Part series by Fr. John Bartunek Courageous Virtue Ave Catholic…
 
Your family eats every day, several times a day, whether you like it or not. Today I share my philosophy on cooking and a simple 4-step process for easy meal-planning. This is the last episode in our series on organization. Listen in. The benefits of meal-planning: You will serve more nutritious meals--because when you’re cooking on the fly you are…
 
Danielle Bean sits down with Catholic Mom contributor Erin McCole Cupp, author of the upcoming new book, All Things New: Breaking the Cycle and Raising a Joyful Family. Erin shares about her own difficult upbringing and how overcoming the wounds of her past has been a help to her as she learns to parent her own children. Please join us for a moving…
 
We are in a mini series about organization. So far we’ve talked about organizing our time, decluttering our unwanted items, and organizing our things in a way that makes sense to us and is also easy to maintain. Today, we are zeroing in on creating simple and sustainable systems to keep our homes running smoothly. Think laundry and housekeeping. Tr…
 
Rob and Dan are joined by Peter Dixon, Chief Creative Officer at Prophet, to about talk how brands use the art of the possible to build meaningful and relevant customer experiences. We also hear about Peter's fascinating journey from engineer to architect to designer to Chief Creative Officer, which was all inspired by a painting he stumbled upon i…
 
We are in a mini-series about organization. Last week I talked about the necessary act of decluttering. Today I’ll give you some tips about how to organize your things in your home. Listen in. As you organize, here are your goals: Goal 1: Can I find and access what I need when I need it? Goal 2: Can I easily maintain this system? The areas we are g…
 
Allison Gingras and Danielle Bean share ideas about gardening and how outdoor spaces can be beautiful places to connect with God. An especially lovely way to celebrate the month of Mary would be to create a Mary Garden. Allison and Danielle talk about praying with Mary in the garden, different ways to plant a Mary garden, and introduce a fun new wa…
 
How do we learn the Art of the Possible? From our moms and dads. To celebrate Mother's Day, Kate Singletary, Dan's mom joins the show to talk about her path from high school teacher to labor lawyer to bed & breakfast owner to Obama campaign leader. Her advice on mastering the Art of the Possible - don't over plan it but when you commit, commit to t…
 
In honor of Mothers Day, Shawn, Cate, and Summer make playlists for their moms and tell the stories behind their picks. Playlist link: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5IZMuaGhUmwj1R3YkUAHOI?si=b463b9daaa964755 Socials: https://www.facebook.com/94.3KILO https://www.www.facebook.com/1039RXP https://twitter.com/KILORADIO https://twitter.com/1039rxp …
 
Rob and Dan are joined by Jeff Perkins, the CMO & Head of Product at ParkMobile and author of the upcoming book - How to Not Suck at Marketing. Jeff shares how navigated his career from advertising to marketing leader and how ParkMobile is redefining how we all experience parking and mobility. And Rob actually asks some compelling questions. Enjoy!…
 
Our guest this week is Sam Fatzinger, co-author with her husband Rob Fatzinger, of the new book A Catholic Guide to Spending Less and Living More: Advice from a Debt-Free Family of 16. Sam chats with Danielle Bean about what it was like to write this book with Rob and what motivated them to share financial advice with other Catholic families. Toget…
 
The first rule of home organization: Do not organize your clutter! Before you can organize your home, you need to purge it of things you don't love, don't use, and don't have space to store. In this episode, I take you through a simple decluttering process and give you 10 questions to ask yourself as you're sorting to decide what to keep. 10 Questi…
 
Danielle Bean and Lisa Hendey discuss reading spiritual classics. Working from a list of must-read Catholic classics, they discuss the fact that the way we read spiritual works can shift and change as our lives change and we grow older. Sometimes, we need to be a bit discerning when reading spiritual books, as some of the advice may not apply to ou…
 
If one thing can make us feel immediately frazzled, it’s chaos. Whether it be chaos on our calendar or chaos in our closets, chaos makes us feel completely out of control. One of the best ways to address the chaos in our lives is with some good old-fashioned organization. Simply knowing how the pieces of our lives fit together gives us clarity and …
 
With the Oscars this weekend, Shawn, Cate, and Crowley sit down to discuss the soundtracks of our lives, the directors who just nail their soundtracks, and of course Cate brings up musicals and Crowley brings up John Carpenter. Socials: https://www.facebook.com/94.3KILO https://www.www.facebook.com/1039RXP https://twitter.com/KILORADIO https://twit…
 
This week we are chatting with Sarah Christmyer, a Catholic author, Bible teacher, and speaker with a special love for lectio divina and journaling as ways to draw close to Christ in Scripture. Sarah's latest book is Becoming Women of the Word: How to Answer God’s Call with Purpose and Joy (Ave Maria Press). Sarah blogs at ComeIntoTheWord.com. Sara…
 
In Scripture, life is depicted as a race. We are told to throw off everything that hinders our running. But how do you know if something you are carrying is hindering or helping? After all, what hinders me may be helping you. What helped you in the past may be weighing you down now. It can be tricky to decide what to set down. Today I’m offering fi…
 
Rob and Dan are joined by Suzi Sosa, the founder of Verb (goverb.com), who shares how she shifted Verb from a business plan competition platform for socially innovative entrepreneurs to a leadership development platform, and how she lives the art of the possible in their professional and personal lives. Suzi is amazing, enjoy!…
 
Rob has been wanting to talk about APIs since we started the podcast. Dan has been saying it was a snoozer of a topic. Rob was right for once. Dan asks all the dumb questions about what is an API, why are they important, and why should non-developers care? Rob tries his best to answer and Dan translates for those of us that don't speak nerd. And fo…
 
Our guest this week is Maureen O'Brien, author of What Was Lost: Seeking Refuge in the Psalms. Maureen shares with host Danielle Bean how she came to write this book which chronicles a very hard and difficult time in her life. Maureen O'Brien was facing divorce, cancer, and a major personal injury when she began the daily practice of praying with t…
 
In Scripture, life is depicted as a race. How we choose to run determines our quality of life, and whom or what we choose to run toward determines our peace and joy. ~Cynthian Heald Are you weary? Do you feel like life is harder than it’s supposed to be? Does it seem like everything is a constant uphill battle? Maybe it’s because you’re carrying ex…
 
We all have those artists and bands we love, but don't necessarily want everyone to know we love. But screw that. On today's episode, Shawn Rock, Cate, and Crowley get vulnerable and reveal their guilty pleasures, and discuss what makes something a guilty pleasure and how that guilt changes over time. Socials: https://www.facebook.com/94.3KILO http…
 
He is risen! He is truly risen! The long days of Lent are over, and it is time to celebrate and rejoice. This week, Danielle Bean and Allison Gingras share some thoughts on ways that we can change our spiritual practices from Lenten penance to Easter joy. What good habits did you establish during Lent that you will want to hold onto through Easter?…
 
Today we celebrate our 100th episode. And I couldn’t think of a better thing to do than turn the focus back on you--my listeners. I’ve asked a few of my mom friends to offer a word of encouragement to the overwhelmed moms who listen to the podcast. If you’re feeling a little frazzled today, I want you to sit back, put up your feet, and savor the li…
 
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