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Are you longing for real life change and lasting impact? It is possible through a fresh encounter with God and His Word.
Join Elisa Pulliam, life coach, mentor, author, and speaker, as well as founder of More to Be, along with her co-hosts, special guests, and the More to Be Coaches, to discover how you can think biblically and live transformed - to be more like Jesus - as you seek to join God in His work every day.
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Are you longing for real life change and lasting impact? It is possible through a fresh encounter with God and His Word.
Join Elisa Pulliam, life coach, mentor, author, and speaker, as well as founder of More to Be, along with her co-hosts, special guests, and the More to Be Coaches, to discover how you can think biblically and live transformed - to be more like Jesus - as you seek to join God in His work every day.
Learn more at MoreToBe.com.

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    The Call to Biblically Mentor

    The Call to Biblically Mentor

    Do you feel like God has called you to biblically mentor the next generation, yet you're not quite sure you are qualified, equipped, or worthy of the role?
    The good news is that God doesn't look at our past to determine our future impact, especially when it comes to mentoring.
    His call is always fresh. He invites us to live out the Word day-by-day, and from that overflow, impact the lives around us in an intentional way.
    Yes, biblical mentoring comes from the overflow of our relationship with Christ as we seek to pour into the lives of those God has placed into our homes, places of work, church families, and the community at large. So what does that look like for you? Well, it starts with understanding the call to biblical mentoring, which is what we're doing in this month's Let Go & Live Bible Study and on this episode of the More to Be Podcast.
    To get full access to all the content in the Bible study, you can become a More to Be Sisterhood member, which also includes a special discount code to access the Impact Mentoring Course at half-off!
    If you're ready to see God work in a might way through you, I pray you'll join in this study of Titus 2 to uncover how answering the call to mentor biblically will radically impact with kingdom purpose.

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    Finding Your Place

    Finding Your Place

    How many times have you asked God "why?"
    "Why me? Why now? Why this?"
    Whether you are 18, 88, or somewhere in between you've likely faced something that made you feel out of place, alone, and uncertain. What has been your response? Do you walk in faith or question God's plan? Maybe you experience both those emotions?
    As children of God, our lives have been perfectly orchestrated by our Creator.
    With every challenging "why," we can trust that His intended plan is not ruined.
    On this episode of the More to Be Podcast, join me as I chat with Kristen Humiston and Jennifer Booth, both More to Be trained coaches, as we explore what it means to find our place in the midst of uncertainty. As we have discovered throughout the ups and downs of our journeys, figuring out who we are and what we're supposed to be doing with our time, talents, and passions, can be answered by aligning our lives with God's best. Tune in to this episode to discover what the looks like in a practical and hopeful way.


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    Growing Slow

    Growing Slow

    What if your hurry came to a screeching halt and you discovered in the process that the race to the never-ending, always-moving finish was actually doing you harm? Would you take that as a wake-up and choose to live life differently? Or would you grumble and complain, fighting against the pressure to be still and slow down?
    Well, for some of us, an abrupt change in the way we do life is simply hypothetical. For others, it has been a firsthand experience, where the unexpected diagnosis, unwanted betrayal, and unanticipated season of change forced our hand at evaluating priorities and redefining values.
    For Jennifer Dukes Lee, her experience necessitated such a shift in thinking and living on more than one occasion, leading her to discover the beauty of growing slow. On this episode, I am thrilled to have Jennifer join us again (yes, she's a favorite returning guest) to share her wisdom captured in her latest book Growing Slow (releasing May 2021). No matter what season you find yourself in today, this episode will cause you to hit pause, take notes, and soak in the hope of what is to come when God's works in the slow growing of your life.
    Jennifer Dukes Lee lives on the fifth-generation Lee family farm in Iowa, where she and her husband are raising crops, pigs, and two beautiful humans. She writes books, loves queso, and enjoys singing too loudly to songs with great harmony. Once upon a time, she didn’t believe in Jesus; now he’s her CEO. Find Jennifer at www.JenniferDukesLee.com and on Instagram at @JenniferDukesLee.
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    • 45 min
    The Call to Live in Peace

    The Call to Live in Peace

    What is the heart work, and hard work, God wants to accomplish in your life?
    Yes, heart work and hard work are often synonymous. Becoming more like Christ, and uncovering the life God intended for us to live, doesn't happen by doing the same thing over and over again. That would be the definition of insanity, right?
    Wholehearted breakthrough and authentic life transformation are accomplished place when we embrace a new way of thinking and living that aligns with God's best.
    On this episode of the More to Be Podcast, I’m joined by Kalie Kelch for the next part in our Let Go & Live: A Vision for Breakthrough Bible study picking up where we left off in Hebrews 12. It's a heart-work and hard-work chapter, for sure! First, we have to get our mind around the promise of becoming God's adopted children of God by faith in Jesus Christ. And then, we're invited to embrace that new identity and the prospect of being disciplined because of God's love for us and desire to make us more like Jesus. Finally, as His children, we're called to live differently . . . to live in peace, if at all possible.
    Wouldn't you agree that peace would be nice -- whether it is peace with God, in our families and friendships, in our workplaces and community, in our country and world?
    But to get to the place of peace, we must first shift our thinking from "What is good for me?" to "What is good for us?" If you're ready to consider that challenge, this episode is perfect for you. And if you're a bit hesitant, that's okay. Consider this promise from Hebrew 12 instead: We serve an unshakeable God!

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    • 51 min
    Fighting Forward in Faith and Friendship

    Fighting Forward in Faith and Friendship

    Have you ever gone through a "friendship breakup"? Maybe you're at a crossroads with a friend with no end in sight. Or maybe it is time to re-evaluate whether you are allowing safe people into your life.
    Whatever the situation may be, we all known that friendships can sometimes bring rocky territory and heartbreak.
    On this episode of the More to Be Podcast, I had the chance to talk with Hannah Brencher, about the beauty from ashes that God can bring out of broken relationships. We talked about "fighting forward" for our friendships and making wise choices about who we allow into our inner circle. Yes, God will rebuild on the ruins and make a path in the wilderness.
    If any of this resonates with you and you are in need of some encouragement as you navigate friendships, then this episode is for you.
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    • 46 min
    It is Time for Healing

    It is Time for Healing

    Are you ready to experience the kind of breakthrough with God that leads to wholehearted healing and well-being? Wouldn't that be remarkable -- to be free of the habits and hang-ups that hold you back from aligning with His best?
    If you answered yes, like most of us, then it is time to discover what is standing in the way of experiencing the emotional and spiritual healing you crave.
    On this episode of the More to Be Podcast, I'm joined by Kalie Kelch as we embrace a deep journey into the first part of Hebrews 12, where God invites us once again to see Him as our loving Father and embrace the work He desires to accomplish in our life. It is a perfect continuation of our Let Go & Live: A Vision for Breakthrough Bible study, as this passage not only challenges us to embrace our position as adopted children of God by faith in Jesus Christ but also to understand the nuances of being trained up through discipline. 
    You might be wondering, but what does this have to do with healing? Well, sisters, grab your Bible and carve out space to study God's Word with us and you'll find out.
    Yes, God is eager to meet you right where you are and bring about a radical transformation in your heart and mind that will result in a different way of thinking and living . . . an ultimately aligning with His best for your life.

    Growth LinksLet Go and Live Bible Study in the Sisterhood {Save Here}Hebrews 11I Thought It Was Just Me (but it isn't): Making the Journey from "What Will People Think?" to "I Am Enough" by Brene BrownLife Coach Training CourseLearn More about Life CoachingFind more links and resources, especially about attachment, within the Let Go & Live Bible StudyFind a Christian CounselorShould you see a counselor or a coach? Take this quiz.

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    • 51 min

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