Frances Drost and Pam Fleming feature stories of ordinary people who have lived through extraordinary hardships and challenges. These people have emerged a "brand new me" in spite of the circumstances and their stories will bring you hope for your own journey through life as we glean lessons they have learned along the way.
Brand New Me # 112 What Is True Love?
What is true love? Everyone craves it. Where do you get it?
In this episode, we'll continue delving into what it would be like to feel loved for who you are, unconditionally.
I'll be sharing a passage that I've been meditating on recently and give you some of my thoughts on what true love is and how it's changing my life.
This episode also features the song "Don't Quit" from the album "Brand New Me." You can purchase the song here.
Brand New Me # 111 If You Felt Loved!
How would you live and act if you believed you were loved unconditionally? I know I would live differently!!
"The love of money is the root of all evil." I believe that the lack of love in our lives is the root of all offenses.
In this episode we'll tackle this question about feeling loved. It's the backdrop for my song "Inside Things" and you'll get to hear why I wrote that song in the first place. It all has to do with LOVE!
Brand New Me # 110 God Can Mend a Wounded Friend
Do you have a broken friendship? Can God mend it? Listen as we discuss the challenges of friendships and the background of the song "God Can Mend."
Brand New Me # 109 God is Faithful
If you could sum up your life in three words, what would you choose?
Hear the story behind the song "God is Faithful."
Brand New Me # 108 Half-Make-Up
Wearing red lipstick underneath a mask is problematic...and other things I'm learning about being a musician during COVID!
Brand New Me # 107 Coins
You have been gifted with something special. It's unique to you. It's your "coin".
Do you know what it is and are you using it?
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A genuine desire to offer hope in the midst of our trials comes through to the listener. We can all connect on some level with the element of not just wanting to survive but to rise above our circumatances to a new level of living. I was left wanting to hear more about how Peggy triumphed over her unthinkable tragedy. Clear, genuine and refreshing with inspriring music.