27 episodes

Join Ashley, La, and Kathy, three Hmong American Christian women, as they speak up about life, culture, identity, and faith.

Better Than Seven Sons Better Than Seven Sons

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9 • 16 Ratings

Join Ashley, La, and Kathy, three Hmong American Christian women, as they speak up about life, culture, identity, and faith.

    Choosing Ourselves

    Choosing Ourselves

    As Hmong daughters, we were formed to become caretakers. But as caretakers, how do we choose to care for ourselves? In this episode, Kathy, Ashley, and La look to the story of the bleeding woman (Matt 9:18-26; Mark 5:21-43; Luke 8:40-56) as a model of someone choosing herself.

    Something we've been doing on this podcast is connecting our story and experiences with our faith. For season three, we are going deeper and we invite Hmong American Christians to come along this journey with us.

    • 51 min
    Enjoyment

    Enjoyment

    We recently discovered the book of Ecclesiastes can be a catharsis of sorts for releasing some of our inner thoughts and emotions about life right now. In this episode, we discuss our readings and reflect on the teacher's advice on enjoyment in the midst of survival and uncertainty.

    Something we've been doing on this podcast is connecting our story and experiences with our faith. For season three, we are going deeper and we invite Hmong American Christians to come along this journey with us.

    • 49 min
    Survival

    Survival

    Ashley, Kathy, and La attempt to make sense of survival in their lives during a season of uncertainty and how it fits into the Hmong American narrative.

    Something we've been doing on this podcast is connecting our story and experiences with our faith. For season three, we are going deeper and we invite Hmong American Christians to come along this journey with us.

    • 44 min
    Hospitality

    Hospitality

    For us, home is hospitality and we cannot talk about one without the other. As we define what home means for us, we discuss hospitality in the Hmong context and how it creates relationships through a process that transforms us from host to guest and guest to host. 

    Something we've been doing on this podcast is connecting our story and experiences with our faith. For season three, we are going deeper and we invite Hmong American Christians to come along this journey with us.

    • 45 min
    Displaced

    Displaced

    Season 3 is here! Something we've been doing on this podcast is connecting our story and experiences with our faith. This season we want to go deeper and invite Hmong American Christians to come along this journey with us. In our first episode, La, Kathy, and Ashley discuss migration and displacement in Acts 7 and share what it means to them as Hmong Americans.

    • 45 min
    You Asked, We Answered - S2E8

    You Asked, We Answered - S2E8

    In this Q&A episode, we answer questions from our listeners. We answer some personal questions, share our honest thoughts about Raya, talk about healing, the Hmong church, and more.  

    • 54 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

Niiikalee ,

5.2

Such a good listen! So relatable. Love the different experiences everyone shared so far. They way you ladies lead each podcast flow so well! Look forward to hear more! ♥️

Karlostroski ,

Like Chocolate Cake

Such a rich podcast! I love the vulnerability and boldness you hear on every episode, and the better things these women of God are calling us to do. Thank you!

yyccaart ,

Review

I have been looking for something like this on podcast and have always wondered “why isn’t there a podcast on Hmong women or the struggles of being a nyab”

I am excited about this podcast and the topics available. I’m also wondering if the ladies are going to ask actual Nyab’s to join in on the podcast, I think we have many insights to what to looks like now that we have crossed over. I would love to be in on that podcast topic!

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