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Cherie Lowe is known as the Queen of Free. She developed the reputation of freebies as she shared her story of debt reduction on her blog. Soon she was not only sharing money saving tips, she was sharing the heart behind why she and her husband Brian wanted to eliminate their consumer debt. #debt #money #podcast #budget #financialfreedom

Cherie Lowe is known as the Queen of Free. She developed the reputation of freebies as she shared her story of debt reduction on her blog. Soon she was not only sharing money saving tips, she was sharing the heart behind why she and her husband Brian wanted to eliminate their consumer debt. #debt #money #podcast #budget #financialfreedom

Sister Interview: Kristin Schell | Kristin wants to be a front yard person. In an effort to do life in a way that was accessible to her neighbors, to facilitate relationships in their everyday experiences, she put a picnic table in her front yard and painted it turquoise. She had no idea that would become a movement of turquoise tables around the country. | The Turquoise Table: Finding Community and Connection in Your Own Front Yard | Hospitality | Podcast

Sister Interview: Kristin Schell | Kristin wants to be a front yard person. In an effort to do life in a way that was accessible to her neighbors, to facilitate relationships in their everyday experiences, she put a picnic table in her front yard and painted it turquoise. She had no idea that would become a movement of turquoise tables around the country. | The Turquoise Table: Finding Community and Connection in Your Own Front Yard | Hospitality | Podcast

Sister Interview: Kelly Balarie | Kelly says if God is love, Satan is fear. We must fight fear because it prevents us from living in God’s freedom. We spend our time worrying about what we can’t control instead of living in God’s grace. In this episode we cover the difference between saying “I’m sorry” and “Will you forgive me?”, the importance of teaching our children forgiveness, and how living in grace can help us fight fear. | Fear Fighting: Awakening Courage to Overcome Fears

Sister Interview: Kelly Balarie | Kelly says if God is love, Satan is fear. We must fight fear because it prevents us from living in God’s freedom. We spend our time worrying about what we can’t control instead of living in God’s grace. In this episode we cover the difference between saying “I’m sorry” and “Will you forgive me?”, the importance of teaching our children forgiveness, and how living in grace can help us fight fear. | Fear Fighting: Awakening Courage to Overcome Fears

Annie talks with us from her home and studio in Jacksonville, FL the week following Hurricane Matthew. A mom of four, the hurricane might be a good analogy for how life feels sometimes. But Annie’s joy prevails. An artist, Annie creates Bible studies for teen and tween girls and women that incorporate art making. Her ministry Thou Art Exalted Ministries, Inc., is a valued resource for parents and youth group leaders looking for creative ways to engage their daughters in God’s word.

Thou Art Exalted Ministries founder Annie Pajcic is a ball of energy and light as she lets Jesus shine through her. A creator of Bible studies for women and girls her passion for Scripture and art and how they intersect is evdent.

Jessie Minassian just made a big move and finds herself nestled in the middle of a national forest, hours from anything more than a country store. Her relocation to Hume Lake with her family was a big transition, but an answer to her prayer of “Lord send me”. A woman willing to join God in what he is already doing, this is just one ways that Jessie has said “yes” in recent years to the open door in front of her. #podcast #theopendoorsisterhood #humelake

Jessie Minassian talks with Alexandra Kuykendall and Krista Gilbert of The Open Door Sisterhood Podcast about her recent move back to Hume Lake Christian Camps, raising teenagers, and life planning.

Sister Interview: Catherine McNiel | In her book Long Days of Small Things: Motherhood as a Spiritual Discipline, Catherine talks about discovering the spiritual disciplines already built into a mother’s days. She shares some of those practices with us on this episode. An encouraging conversation for any mom who has ever wondered, can I connect with God during these minutes, days, years of caring for small people and living in the middle of the mundane? | Podcast

Sister Interview: Catherine McNiel | In her book Long Days of Small Things: Motherhood as a Spiritual Discipline, Catherine talks about discovering the spiritual disciplines already built into a mother’s days. She shares some of those practices with us on this episode. An encouraging conversation for any mom who has ever wondered, can I connect with God during these minutes, days, years of caring for small people and living in the middle of the mundane? | Podcast

It can feel awkward knocking on a neighbor’s door. Even more so if small talk is not your thing. For introverts the desire to love others well must be balanced with their own need for alone time to refuel. Kendra Broekhuis went into a 30-day challenge to love her neighbors unaware that her introverted tendencies would be significant. Until they were.  Listen to his interview with fellow introvert (and fellow INFJ) Alex while Krista, the extrovert in the threesome, digs in.  #podcast

What happens when an introvert wants to love her neighbors well? The Open Door Sisterhood Podcast talks with Kendra Broekhuis about her new book Here Goes Nothing: An Introvert’s Reckless Attempt to Love Her Neighbor

Kendall acts as the Executive Producer and Emcee of MOMcon  (MOPS International’s national gathering of over 3,000 moms) and has recently taken on the job of Leadership Experience Content Strategist for the organization. In our conversation we talk through how to make work/life balance decisions when there are kids to raise and expectations to be examined. What a difference a mentor makes and our responsibility to call out the good we see in others. #MOPS #podcast #speaking

MOPS International’s Kendall Parkhurst is preparing to emcee MOMcon and The Open Door Sisterhood Podcast got to catch up with her before the big event in Milwaukee, WI.

Sister Interview: Liz Curtis Higgs | Liz has written more than 30 books, and is a popular conference speaker, but she had some difficult early adult years. Her attempts to find comfort and relief through self-destructive behaviors were interrupted when someone told her the truth of God’s love. | Bad Girls of the Bible: And What We Can Learn From Them | #truth #podcast

Sister Interview: Liz Curtis Higgs | Liz has written more than 30 books, and is a popular conference speaker, but she had some difficult early adult years. Her attempts to find comfort and relief through self-destructive behaviors were interrupted when someone told her the truth of God’s love. | Bad Girls of the Bible: And What We Can Learn From Them | #truth #podcast

A Sister Interview with a Latin flair, in this episode Monica Rovira brings the world to the sisterhood, reminding us how God is working through women around the globe. A native Colombian living in her adopted country of Guatemala, adapting resources for a U.S. ministry to meet the needs of Latin American women, Monica truly is a world changer.  Monica leads MOPS International’s efforts in Latin America, working to introduce moms with young children to God’s love. #MOPS #podcast

Monica Rovira heads up MOPS International’s efforts in Latin America. The Open Door Sisterhood Podcast talks with her about cross cultural ministry and friendship and how we can support our sisters in developing countries.

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