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April is Abuse Awareness Month so Beth and Kim sat down and had a powerful conversation with Sarah McDugal about modesty culture. This conversation is not for young ears and it may be triggering. It is however an important conversation that we hope men and women will listen to. Especially parents of both girls and boys alike. We think you will find…
 
In this episode Beth and Kim have a wonderful conversation with youth pastor Kevin Watson, aka Chai Guy, aka Cross Culture Christian. They talk about life, the pandemic, and thinking outside the normal lines of ministry and entering the TikTok world. Kevin Wilson, an associate pastor of the Oceanside Seventh-day Adventist Church in San Diego, Calif…
 
In this episode Beth and Kim have a wonderful conversation with Dr. Heather Thompson Day about life, love and her new book, It’s Not Your Turn: What to Do While You’re Waiting for Your Breakthrough. Dr. Heather Thompson Day is speaker and contributor for Religion News Service, Newsweek and the Barna Group. She is also an Associate Professor of Comm…
 
Elizabeth Pule was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario. She’s had the privilege of pastoring in the Ontario Conference of the Seventh-day Adventist Church as pastor & chaplain for the last 16 years. Since 2017 Liz and her husband Orlando were elected to serve as Family/Men/Women/Singles Ministry directors. Liz strongly believes in the power of love…
 
Erica sits down for a second conversation to discuss the Gorgeous2God Ministry, and the importance of having difficult real conversations with our girls. This is a must listen for parents of girls or all ages. Erica Jones currently serves as the Assistant Director of Women’s Ministries for the North American Division. She received her undergraduate…
 
Erica Jones currently serves as the Assistant Director of Women’s Ministries for the North American Division. She received her undergraduate degree in English from Southern Adventist University, after which she accepted a position in the General Conference Youth Department as an editorial assistant where she managed the One Year in Mission initiati…
 
Beth and Kim sit down as they start a new year and a Season Two to discuss what it means to be a “Godly Woman” and are also joined with the guest from Season One. Season One Guests in order of appearance in this episode: Joanne Langevin, Tammy Vaughan, Mary Beth Hagan, Halcyon MacKnight, Carolyn Kendall, Courtnie Hodgins, Dr Rachel William Smith, S…
 
Beth and Kim sit down with Courtnie and celebrate Christmas by sharing all that is beautiful. Merry Christmas! Courtnie Hodgins was born, raised and lives near Charlotte, NC. She’s married to Ryan and has three girls ages 6-10. She enjoys cooking, working out (so she can eat, haha), spending time with friends and family, and in true introvert fashi…
 
Beth and Kim sit down with the ever popular Courtnie Hodgins, and Carolyn Kendall to have a fun conversation about all things thanksgiving. They share traditions, talk about food (of course) and just experience all the joys of talking about Thanksgiving. Courtnie Hodgins was born, raised and lives near Charlotte, NC. She’s married to Ryan and has t…
 
Mary Beth shares her story of God leading as her family makes the choice to foster children and adoption. Mary Beth Hagan is an elementary school teacher and a mother of four. She has two grown children- Marissa and Mitchell, and two adopted children, David (12) and John (10). She loves living in the mountains of North Carolina where her family enj…
 
Beth and Kim sit down to talk with their friend Tammy Vaughn to have a real honest conversation. Tammy is the proud wife (of 33 years) to Bob Vaughan, mother of Matt and Luke, graduate of Mount Pisgah Academy near Asheville, NC (go ’83), daughter of God, and 3-year breast cancer survivor. Raised in Asheville from seventh grade through college, all …
 
A long long time ago, before Covid-19 when life was as it once was, Beth and Kim sat down to discuss the ever important topic of balance. We all struggle with all the demands of life, often finding ourselves overwhelmed and torn in different ways. Is it possible to have balance, or should balance really even be the goal? Follow us on Facebook and I…
 
It is not a surprise to us that parenting adult children has been one of our most requested topics from our listeners. Navigating this time can be a challenge but there are also so many joys! In this episode Beth and Kim have a wonderful conversation with Beth Anderson, a personal life coach, Volunteer Coordinator for Proverbs 31 Ministries, a wife…
 
Kim and Beth sit down with two amazing women, Laura for a fun conversation about the benefits of making health a priority in your life and Laura's journey to be the healthiest version of herself. Laura Aggabao is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a passion for empowering women to gain control of their health and fall in love with self-care. Sh…
 
Beth and Kim has the distinct privilege of sitting down with the very inspirational Dr. Rachel Williams-Smith. She is the author of Born Yesterday a book that had a huge impact on Beth personally. This is a conversation you don’t want to miss! Dr. Rachel Williams-Smith—or “Dr. Rachel”—is a master communicator and life lessons coach who loves to sha…
 
This week Beth and Kim sit down with All-American runner and Olympian Halycon MacKnight. Halcyon MacKnight is an Author, Speaker, Olympian, and was a good friend to her mom. She likes to call herself a pioneer of things that are great. She calls herself a catalyst for motivation, passion, humor, and energy. She works with people of all ages especia…
 
Beth and Kim have the distinct privilege of sitting down and learning from Dr. Lucretia Berry, founder of Brownicity.comand author of 'What LIES Between Us Journal and Guide: Fostering First Steps Toward Racial Healing.' Dr. Berry is passionate about helping people overcome boundaries through spiritual and social consciousness. This is an important…
 
In light of all that is going on in our world today, it seems that we have lost the art of being kind. Beth and Kim sit down with Courtnie Hodgins and talk about kindness and the importance of being kind! Courtnie Hodgins was born, raised and lives near Charlotte, NC. She’s married to Ryan and has three girls ages 6-10. She enjoys cooking, working …
 
Beth and Kim sit down and have a fun conversation with Ryan Becker, a friend and colleague. Ryan, one of the most prolific podcasters in the Adventist Church talks about ministry, depression and his journey toward wholeness. Ryan Becker is a Seventh-day Adventist ministry leader currently residing in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Born and raised in Orlan…
 
Beth and Kim sit down with an amazing young woman, Cassie Williams, to talk about the good, the bad and the ugly when it comes to the topic of food. Food is a touch subject for most, eliciting pressures and/or hatred. Cassie Williams is a registered nursing living in Tennessee with her husband Spenser. She is graduating soon with a nurse practition…
 
Kim and Beth sit down with two amazing women, Laura and Courtnie for a fun conversation about the benefits and the challenges of finding and being in a tribe. They explore how tribes can contribute to both joy and weeds. Courtnie Hodgins was born, raised and lives near Charlotte, NC. She’s married to Ryan and has three girls ages 6-10. She enjoys c…
 
Right now, we are seeing unprecedented times. It is natural when difficulties arise for someone to begin battling depression. Depression has always had a negative stigma and many are afraid to talk about it or admit that they notice something is "off" when them. In this episode, Beth and Kim talk about the impact of Covid-19, depression and navigat…
 
This is an open candid conversation with Joanne about divorce, having hope, finding joy, and living the abundant life God desires for her. This is a beautiful conversation that is important for all to hear. If you are going through a divorce it can bring encouragement, if you know someone who is going through it or is divorced it will give you insi…
 
Because of some feedback from their listeners, Beth and Kim discuss some of the things that contribute or take away our joy. This was taped before the Covid-19 epidemic hit, however this is still a very important subject, perhaps more important than ever. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram. Send us an email: joy@carolinasda.org…
 
In this episode Anna Grissom and Lucy Hall talk about singleness as women from two very different perspectives. Anna is 29 and never been married and Lucy is "a senior citizen" and has been divorced, a single mom, then remarried and now widowed. Their perspectives, and wisdom will encourage you in your singleness or give you insight into loving tho…
 
In this episode Beth and Kim talk about the title and why this topic is important to them. Beth Grissom is the Women’s Ministries Director for the Carolina Conference. She is a speaker, writer, Sabbath School teacher and elder in her local church. Beth is passionate about sharing the transformative beauty of having a loving relationship with Christ…
 
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