This podcast is for those who want to wholeheartedly pursue Christ.
You’re a woman who wants to follow where God leads, to live and love well, to extend grace to yourself and others, but there’s a part of you that’s like how?
You want your faith to intersect with your busy and full life, but you aren’t sure what that looks like in real-time.
Here at the Grace In Real Life podcast, we talk about how to practically apply grace in real life. Listen in!
Get Unstuck: Shame with Heather Davis Nelson
What’s the #1 way to get unstuck from shame? How are shame, conviction, and guilt different? And what are the two main default responses to shame, and how do you get unstuck?
Today we are talking about shame, and y’all shame is a place so many of us have stayed stuck.
We can feel shame about anything and everything.
To help us get unstuck from shame, author Heather Davis Nelson joins the show.
For complete Show Notes, visit jillemccormick.com
Get Unstuck: Your thought life with Lauren Gaines
How can you get unstuck from a negative thought life? What do you do when your thoughts seem to spiral?
To help us get unstuck from a thought life that isn’t always kind, true, and helpful, writer Lauren Gaines joins the show!
In this interview, Lauren shares with us:
* three questions to ask yourself when your thoughts spiral,
* what to do after you’ve taken a thought captive,
* and how to get your thought life off auto-pilot.
For complete Show Notes, go to https://www.jillemccormick.com/
9/11: A FBI photographer's first-hand account of God's grace with Jen Combs
In this bonus, special edition episode, we’re talking about 9/11 and how God meets us in the face of national trauma and personal loss.
To help us walk through what it was like to work one of the 9/11 scenes and how she saw God’s provision in those hard days, former crime scene photographer for the FBI, Jen Combs joins the show.
Get Unstuck: Your identity with Jen Babakhan
The #1 struggle of try-hard girls is living out of our identity in Christ. When we don’t operate from this foundational truth, we are prone to:
- Being rushed and feeling frantic on the inside,
- Trying to do All The Things,
- Getting caught up in perfectionism + people-pleasing,
- And wondering if we’re doing enough.
When dad’s away: Grace + real-life strategies with Ryan McCormick
Whether your husband travels a lot, works late or unpredictable hours, or is deployed, this episode was designed just for you.
We’re breaking down what’s it like for the dad who’s away a lot and practical systems for the mom keeping things afloat.
To help us navigate this topic, my husband Ryan McCormick joins the show.
In this interview, Ryan and I talk about:
- the hardest part of traveling for both of us,
- what hasn’t worked for us,
and practical systems we have in place.
Grief, grace, and hope when you enter a new season
We’re talking about how to be kind to you when you start anything new. This could be a new season, a new job, a physical move… anything that’s new.
If you’re ready for a deep exhale as you feel the panic, grief, and overwhelm of a new season, listen in.
In this episode, we’re breaking down:
- What you’re feeling
- What’s changing
- And what’s true.
For the full Show Notes, go to jillemccormick.com
Jill always has a message for my try-hard heart. Thanks for showing me grace through all the things!
A Wonderful Podcast
Jill is an amazing writer and speaker! Every episode is like I am having coffee with a best gal friend and she is always speaking straight to my heart! Jill is incredibly relatable and full of encouragement. She boosts my soul and keeps my eyes on the Lord, doesn’t get better than that! I am always looking forward to the next episode.
Always a refreshing podcast
Jill and her guests always share with grace and love. This podcast is like a breath of fresh air in a very clogged up world right now. Thank you Jill for all the wonderful takes on life and advice on how to handle it with Grace.