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Go behind the scenes with Jeremy & Audrey Roloff as they discuss family, business, faith, and life.

BEHIND THE SCENES Jeremy & Audrey Roloff

    • Health
    • 4.8, 4.5K Ratings

Go behind the scenes with Jeremy & Audrey Roloff as they discuss family, business, faith, and life.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
4.5K Ratings

4.5K Ratings

Mgfogle ,

Breath of Fresh Air

Y’all, thank you! Your podcast has been encouraging, refreshing, and an inspiring way for my wife and I to live a sustainable faithful life with God. My wife loves y’all, sends me episodes for my 30 min commute to and from work and allows us to have intentional conversations from y’all’s talking points amidst the chaos of the life we live with 3 kids under 4-years old. We’ve always felt like we have had intentionality, but y’all have encouraged us to never stop, always grow, and always be ready for change and be ready for the messy beautiful ways God shows up in the daily moments of life. We’ve had a rough go of things the last 4-5 years, but especially the last 6 months have been an intentional attack spiritually on our lives, but we set out a goal, mission statement and family credo to live 2019 as the year of Faith; meaning, no matter what we’d look to God First and live from faith and through faith rather than simply looking for whatever the circumstances were that they’d cause a stronger faith. Thank you for y’all’s encouraging ways you love, live and share God’s awesomeness! Keep it up and may we all be connected through God’s Spirit based on the shared purpose of living a life of faithfulness!

Jessica McG ,

Hope and inspiration for my generation and beyond...

My name is Jessica, and I’m from northern California. I’ve been watching LPBW since the very beginning and sort of feel like I’ve grown up alongside Jeremy Roloff and his siblings. I am roughly the same age, and I have embarked upon many of the same big life events at just about the same time as Jeremy and Audrey. It was fun and interesting to be along the journey “with” these two, getting married and having first children only months apart. I always found them relatable, wholesome, and positive. When I found out they were leaving the show, I knew I wanted to keep up with them. This podcast has been an amazing way to not only keep up with them, but to get to know them better and be a part of their truly motivational, inspirational, and hopeful insights and bits of wisdom. They have whole-heartedly helped me tweak and improve my outlook on marriage (and life) and have provided me with valuable suggestions and ideas to practically implement in my marriage through this podcast. It’s wonderful to see people like them, who are my age, putting forth a vision involving making marriage meaningful and lasting in a world that doesn’t always value these important aspects of life. I highly recommend this podcast to anyone, along with their book A Love Letter Life, which I purchased and have passed along to a dear friend, encouraging her to then pass it along as well. I look forward to staying the course with these two and continually becoming better alongside them.

Wordnerd1989 ,

No relatable at all!

You have so many rituals and rhythms and rules how do you keep up? How do you ever just live in the moment and be organic with your time?

This podcast isn’t relatable to the average human. Need a break? Answer:get a nanny. Want more family time? Answer: take a weekday every week to be with each other. COME ON!!! Take a step back and listen to what you’re saying and how privileged you are! It’s ok to be privileged as long as you own up to it.

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