Life spills out. We start the day filling our cups: our morning coffee, our kids’ milk, a bottle of water. Enough to keep us going. We might end the day with a glass of wine and know our cup is full with memories, thanksgivings, regrets, or wishes for a do-over. The rhythm of emptying and filling, being poured out and feeling so full you can barely hold it all in, happens in the living of each day. Spilled out, Filled up. Let’s talk about what fills your cup.
Episode 46: Taking the Risk
Nikki and Erin continue their series on #BeingBrave in this conversation with Claire Cox, from GA Women and Those Who Stand With Us. Claire tells the story of how a sermon on taking risks prompted her to gather women together and build a coalition for good in Georgia. She tells about her work with GA STOMP […]
Episode 45: Grief, Gratitude, and Growing
Our #Beingbrave series continues with a very special guest for this episode: Nikki’s big sister, Jenny. In this episode, Nikki and Erin welcome Jenny Carroll Wilkins to share her story of grief and growth when her daughter Catie was diagnosed with cancer. “I don’t think we were brave. I think we lived the life we […]
Episode 44: Constructing Bravery
Nikki and Erin continue their series on #BeingBrave with this episode about what brave feels like. It’s one thing to say we will be brave, it’s another matter to look at what is really present when we face moments of bravery. Sometimes fear and anger are the structures that build bravery. So, what do we […]
Episode 43: Glass Half Full LIVE! on International Women’s Day
For this episode, Nikki and Erin were LIVE! On International Women’s Day 2019, they continued their #BeingBrave series on stage . . . recording a live podcast with an audience! This conversation about was all about #balanceforbetter, discussing some of the places in our world where we are aware of inequalities, including access to health care, […]
Episode 42: Being Brave
In this episode, Nikki and Erin talk about what being BRAVE has meant for them lately. They have said, “You’re doing a brave thing!” to friends who are showing up and facing what is difficult. What does it mean to be brave, to risk being vulnerable, to show up “in the arena,” and to gather what you […]
Episode 41: The Candles We Are Lighting – Joy and Love
In the final episode of this series, “The Candles We Are Lighting,” Erin and Nikki talk about where they are finding joy and love in this season. Nikki is finding joy in the small rituals of the holiday season, and Erin talks about how joy and love are choices we get to make each day. Have […]
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Like a Coffee Date with a Friend...in the Car
I'm biased because I love Nikki, who is one of my dearest friends. But even if I didn't know her, I feel that I would come to know her and Erin through this wonderful podcast. Listening is like sitting down with these two deep-thinking, intelligent, bold, persistent women over a cup of coffee (or a glass of wine...or bourbon...or even some ice water--whatever fills your cup!) and being unafraid to address what's on all our minds. No topic is taboo. No current event is too polarizing. No hot-button issue is too sensitive. Even so, they approach the topics with honesty, curiosity, openness, genuine compassion, and lots of humor. It's a faith-based podcast with particular attention to how two women raised in Southern Baptist culture are surviving and thriving in spite of that upbringing. But they also speak with a spirit of gratitude for the beautiful parts of that same culture--parts that they are determined to bring to light. I recommend this for anyone who needs to sit down and talk with a friend about what it means to be a person of faith in this time and in this place, even if you're like me and have to listen while you're driving all over town!
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Love love this podcast. This is what feels my heart and cup. Erin and Nicki make you feel like you are in the studio with them and that you are one of their bffs. Keep up the good work
Just what I needed
This is totally what I have been looking for. I can't wait for future episodes.