100 episodes

Welcome to the corner of the internet where Jesus-loving women meet to win at life together. 
 
Life is tough, my friend. But so are you. You can do hard things and here on the Bold, Brave and Beautiful Podcast, we’re here to help. If you have a heart for living out your purpose, this this the place for you.

Join me and amazing special guests as they share inspiring lessons of faith, stories of courage and practical next steps that you can follow toward the adventure of faith and purpose that God has for you.

Let’s jump into the journey to live bold, choose brave and be beautiful in Christ together.

Bold, Brave & Beautiful Podcast with Barb Roose Barb Roose

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 5.0 • 20 Ratings

Welcome to the corner of the internet where Jesus-loving women meet to win at life together. 
 
Life is tough, my friend. But so are you. You can do hard things and here on the Bold, Brave and Beautiful Podcast, we’re here to help. If you have a heart for living out your purpose, this this the place for you.

Join me and amazing special guests as they share inspiring lessons of faith, stories of courage and practical next steps that you can follow toward the adventure of faith and purpose that God has for you.

Let’s jump into the journey to live bold, choose brave and be beautiful in Christ together.

    Stronger than Stress Series Part 2: "Get Off the Cross Honey, Somebody Needs the Wood" | Interview with Ashley Morgan Jackson

    Stronger than Stress Series Part 2: "Get Off the Cross Honey, Somebody Needs the Wood" | Interview with Ashley Morgan Jackson

    Are you feeling worn down or burnt out? Many of us are carrying so many burdens and responsibilities that at times it feels like we will be crushed beneath the weight of them. Join us for this week's conversation as Barb speaks with author Ashley Morgan Jackson about burnout, grace, and accepting God's gift of rest in the tough seasons of waiting. 
     
    RESOURCES FROM THIS EPISODE
    ashleymorganjackson.com
    Tired of Trying: How to Hold On to God When You're Frustrated, Fed Up, and Feeling Forgotten
    Connect with Ashley on IG!
    Connect with Ashley on FB!
     
    ABOUT OUR SPECIAL GUEST
    Ashley Morgan Jackson is an author, speaker, and social media expert. She formerly worked full-time for Proverbs 31 Ministries and has ministered to her online community for ten years. She is passionate about women learning to let go of the lie that they have to perform for God’s love and instead realize they can receive His love, just as they are. Ashley is a wife of fourteen years to her wonderful husband, Daniel, and a mom to two growing boys. The family lives in Charlotte, NC.

    • 33 min
    Stronger than Stress Series Part 1: "Too Stressed to Be Blessed" | Interview with Barb Roose and Tabitha Allman

    Stronger than Stress Series Part 1: "Too Stressed to Be Blessed" | Interview with Barb Roose and Tabitha Allman

    Are you stressed all of the time? Do you ever think about running away from your life because it’s just too much? You aren’t alone! Over 50% of people are highly stressed these days! The problem is that too many of us believe that we’re stuck in our stress, but that isn’t true! Join me for this new episode of Bold, Brave & Beautiful Podcast called “Too Stressed to Be Blessed." Not only will I tell you about how God taught me to turn my stress into strength, but I'll share how you can become an overcomer, too!
    RESOURCES FROM THIS EPISODE
    Preorder the Stronger Than Stress Book
    Preorder the Stronger Than Stress Bible Study

    • 35 min
    5 Things Christian Men Must Fight To Have Faith Part 2 | Interview with Isaac Witty

    5 Things Christian Men Must Fight To Have Faith Part 2 | Interview with Isaac Witty

    When the men in our life are struggling, it is natural for us as women to long to help but just don't know what to do!
    Join us today for part 2 of Barb's conversation with comedian Isaac Witty as he shares his dramatic journey of faith from pastor’s kid to successful comedian who hit rock bottom and found his way back to God.
    Last time, Isaac covered the topics of identity and anxiety and today he will be discussing the topics of self-medication (such as drug use, pornography, and unhelpful distractions), the importance of who men hang around with, and the one truth that brings him comfort even when he feels misunderstood by others.
    Ultimately, our hope is that Isaac's words will show us as women how best to love, pray for, and support the men in our lives who we love and who are loved even more by our faithful God. 
     
    RESOURCES FROM THIS EPISODE
    Connect with Isaac on Instagram
    Check out Isaac’s Dry Bar Comedy Special “Don’t Worry About Me. I’m Fine.”
    Visit Isaac’s Website
     
    ABOUT OUR SPECIAL GUEST
    Over the course of a career that has spanned more than two decades, Isaac Witty has perfected a quirky style that doesn’t fit the mold of your average clean comedian. With perfect timing and his unique cadence, he hits punchlines hard while also playing pauses for big laughs. Isaac has been a guest on The Late Show with David Letterman, Garrison Keillor’s “A Prairie Home Companion,” Sirius XM, Thou Shalt Laugh, and The Conan O’Brien Show, among other impressive credits. You can also catch Isaac’s recently released Dry Bar special, “Don’t Worry About Me. I’m Fine.”

    • 23 min
    5 Things Christian Men Must Fight To Have Faith Part 1 | Interview with Isaac Witty

    5 Things Christian Men Must Fight To Have Faith Part 1 | Interview with Isaac Witty

    Most of us have men in our lives that we love and our deepest prayer is that those men love Jesus. What do you do when the Christian man in your life is struggling and you are not sure how to help?
    Join Barb for today’s conversation with comedian Isaac Witty who has performed on some of America’s biggest stages and listen to his dramatic journey of faith from pastor’s kid to successful comedian who hit rock bottom and found his way back to God.
    Isaac will share his story and address the 5 things that a Christian man must fight in order to have faith. His story will encourage you and help you pray more for the men in your life.
     
    RESOURCES FROM THIS EPISODE
    Connect with Isaac on Instagram
    Check out Isaac’s Dry Bar Comedy Special “Don’t Worry About Me. I’m Fine.”
    Visit Isaac’s Website
     
    ABOUT OUR SPECIAL GUEST
    Over the course of a career that has spanned more than two decades, Isaac Witty has perfected a quirky style that doesn’t fit the mold of your average clean comedian. With perfect timing and his unique cadence, he hits punchlines hard while also playing pauses for big laughs. Isaac has been a guest on The Late Show with David Letterman, Garrison Keillor’s “A Prairie Home Companion,” Sirius XM, Thou Shalt Laugh, and The Conan O’Brien Show, among other impressive credits. You can also catch Isaac’s recently released Dry Bar special, “Don’t Worry About Me. I’m Fine.”

    • 23 min
    Healing the Pain of Being Other | Interview with Prasanta Verma

    Healing the Pain of Being Other | Interview with Prasanta Verma

    People of color often feel invisible and alienated, even traumatized, by the oppression and discrimination still prevalent in our American culture today. The result leads to not only internalized trauma but also a particular type of aloneness, which author Prasanta Verma defines as ethnic and racial loneliness. Join Barb as Prasanta discusses her new book, Beyond Ethnic Loneliness, and listen to learn about the exhausting effects of cultural isolation, the dynamics of marginalization, and the weight of being “other”. Prasanta points toward the path of healing which includes the need to share our stories and the importance of finding safe friendships and community.
     
    RESOURCES FROM THIS EPISODE
    Connect with Prasanta on Instagram
    Check out Prasanta's book, Ethnic Loneliness.
    Visit Prasanta's Website
     
    ABOUT OUR SPECIAL GUEST
    Prasanta Verma (MBA, MPH) was born under an Asian sun, raised in the Appalachian foothills in the South, and now resides in the Upper Midwest. Her essays and poetry have been published in numerous places online and in print. She has worked as an author, editor, speech and debate coach and public health professional, and wants to help us envision a world where we are all more socially connected and a little less lonely. Beyond Ethnic Lonelienss is her first book.

    • 33 min
    Finding Strength in a Life You Didn’t Sign Up For | Interview with Nicole Unice

    Finding Strength in a Life You Didn’t Sign Up For | Interview with Nicole Unice

    Does your life feel like it is the opposite of what you’ve been praying for? Perhaps you’ve wondered if God has mixed up your life with someone else’s because you definitely didn’t sign up for the drama that keeps coming your way. In this conversation, Barb and author Nicole Unice discuss Nicole’s new book, Not What I Signed Up For, and how to find strength and faith to get through what you never thought you’d have to go through. 
     
    RESOURCES FROM THIS EPISODE
    Connect with Nicole on Instagram
    Check out Nicole's book, Not What I Signed Up For.
    Visit Nicole's Website
     
    ABOUT OUR SPECIAL GUEST
    Nicole Unice is a pastor and leadership coach who facilitates environments of safety and vulnerability so that leaders and teams can courageously identify obstacles keeping them from their maximum potential. As a sought-after speaker, Nicole has a down-to-earth style that allows even the largest gathering to feel conversational. Nicole is the author of several books focused on spiritual transformation and is a featured speaker through RightNow Media and Punchline. She holds degrees from the College of William and Mary and from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. Nicole and her husband, Dave, live in Richmond, Virginia, with their three children and two pups. 
     




















    As a pastor and community leader, Nicole is the author of several books on healthy faith, honing in on the connection between our emotional and spiritual life. Nicole’s books come to life through her popular video curriculum series found on RightNow Media, and she preaches frequently for conferences, churches, and organizations. In addition, She’s the host of How to Study the Bible, a popular weekly podcast that has reached people in 188 different countries in the last year alone. Find out more at nicoleunice.com.

    • 30 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
20 Ratings

20 Ratings

Dawn3355 ,

I love the podcast

Barb always presents important topics of real struggles with compassion and brings on great guests to discuss how we can find healing through Jesus and how they have sought healing through Jesus themselves.

8000Promises ,

Loving the topics

I just listened to the conversation on becoming a race wise family. I am loving the topics!

SH797 ,

A true blessing!

This podcast is terrific! Barb is a delightful host and provides listeners opportunities to dive into and reflect on topics that really matter to Christian women. You won’t be disappointed!

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