Each week on the podcast, author Stephanie May Wilson sits down with one of her wisest friends to talk about a topic that’s central to our hearts as women. They talk about friendship, faith, relationships and self-confidence—as well as our calling in life and how to create a life we love! Each episode feels like that conversation that takes place around the kitchen island, late at night in your comfiest sweatpants, a La Croix in one hand and a slice of pizza in the other, where wisdom and laughter abound.
Girls Night #113: How to Breathe New Life into your Quiet Time Routine
Our guests, Marri and Lindsay from The Pause Podcast, are going to teach us how to refresh our quiet times with God and teach us the benefits of mindfulness (and what mindfulness even is).
Girls Night #112: How to Trust God's Timing for your Life
Gennean Woodall is in the interview chair, and I’m in the hot seat, and we’re talking all about how to trust God’s timing with your life. I am so excited to share this conversation with you.
Girls Night #111: Negative Thought Patterns: How God's Word can Help you Break Free from Fear and Take Back Your Joy
Our guest, Margaret Feinberg, is teaching us a practice from her book, More Power to You: Declarations to Break Free from Fear and Take Back Your Life, and how it's completely changed her life and how it can change yours too.
Girls Night #110: What to do if You or Your Spouse Struggles with Porn
Our guest, Rosie Makinney, is going to help us know what to do if you or your spouse are struggling with a porn addiction and what resources you can turn to if either of you are struggling in this area.
Girls Night #109: "What Does God Want me to do With my Life?" Here's How to Figure it Out
Our guest, Jamie Ivey, is going to help us know what God and His word call us to do as followers of Jesus and how to avoid missing our calling.
Girls Night #108: "Is God Even Real?" What to do When your Faith is Full of Doubt
Our guest, Andrea Lucado, is teaching us what to do when you experience doubts or find yourself asking big questions about your faith.