A conversation style podcast that believes all women have stories and wisdom to share, just like the many unnamed women we read about in the Bible. Here is what we've realized about those unidentified women; they had names! They were real people and they had stories worth telling, but their names were unrevealed! This podcast was created to give power to the untold stories of the everyday Unrevealed woman and weaponize her story against the enemy. When we use our story to connect with others, we get to glorify the goodness of God! Join us as we reveal these stories of heartache, hope, and redemption - because we believe every story matters.
When we talk about being comfortable, very rarely does depression come to mind. That sounds dark, and lonely, and scary - who would be comfortable in that? But did you know that when it's the only thing you've ever really known, that anything outside of that - especially joy IS uncomfortable. Those who have lived their lives battling depression understand what it means to be comfortably depressed. Join Liza as she shares with us her journey through freedom, the darkest day of her life, and how she found God through the fog of depression. “God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble.” Psalms 46:1
Craving Fullness | Starving Myself: Eating Disorders and God
Adrianne is full of life and knows all there is to know about fitness - or at least that is how it seams. She is always ready with a tip and her favorite exercise is simply breathing. You'd be surprised at how healing and strengthening breathing is. But there was a time when she was a slave to her body, more specifically the ideal body she thought she needed to earn value. Whether you've struggled with over-eating, under-eating, or comfort eating - Adrianne's story is for you. Listen as she takes you through her journey from weight-watchers at just 12 years old, to eating only vitamins for days on end, to finally seeing a light at the end of the tunnel when she realized that it's not just an eating disorder - it's a heart disorder.
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Life After Death
This episode broke me, in the most beautiful way. Tarah's story had me speechless and wanting nothing more than to hear more of what God has shown her in the last 20 years. Her peaceful voice carries with it decades of pain mended by God. She has experienced unspeakable tragedies and is walking in joy on the other side. Make sure you're snuggled up with a blanket, something to take notes on, and a box of tissues before you listen to this one. If you have ever experienced any pain in your life (hello all of us) you need to hear what God spoke to her and glean some wisdom from this woman's incredible story.
A Little Update
Where have I been the past couple of weeks? Well, like you, my life has had to adjust to the global pandemic. Take a quick listen and see what new stuff is in store! See you soon!
I STAND WITH YOU
It's been a few weeks, are you still choosing to be a part of the conversation?
Please understand that each of these women chose what to share and I am not in the business of invalidating their experience or interpretations. While I do not and will not share my political stances, I hope it is clear that I am here to do Kingdom business. I don't set my peace on the shoulders of American politics.
I want to also be clear that I am not anti-police. On the contrary, I have never had a problem with loving the police. However, I have never been not the wrong end of police brutality or misconduct. I believe there are honest, just, and righteous officers out there, in fact, I have some in my family and in my community who I know love the Lord and do not condone the behavior of the unjust. I do not believe to be anti-racist is to be anti-cop. I am for justice and for anti-racism. The color of your skin should not be a death sentence no matter the circumstances.
Please join me in listening, following, subscribing, and continuing to seek out media and art created by women and people who don't just look like you.
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Never Alone: A Cancer Story
Tarrah was just 29 years old and in the best shape of her life when her life turned upside-down. As the words "you have cancer" began to sink in, all of her hopes for the future began to fade away. She knew she was sick but she had no idea just how sick she was. Tarrah was about to find out just how strong a woman can be when she has a God-calling on her life!
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