58 episodes

Being a woman… it's complicated. Right? The expectations. The relationships. All the freaking beauty products. It can be overwhelming to try to go it alone. IKR? - I know, right? - is a podcast for women, by women. It's a place to be known. To be challenged. To be understood. Because no one wants to go it alone. Hosts Alli and Latasha pull back the veil on what's going on in the minds of women to prove that we're all in this together and there's a God who wants in on it too.

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    • Christianity
    • 4.8, 235 Ratings

Being a woman… it's complicated. Right? The expectations. The relationships. All the freaking beauty products. It can be overwhelming to try to go it alone. IKR? - I know, right? - is a podcast for women, by women. It's a place to be known. To be challenged. To be understood. Because no one wants to go it alone. Hosts Alli and Latasha pull back the veil on what's going on in the minds of women to prove that we're all in this together and there's a God who wants in on it too.

    3: Was That God? How Do I Know?

    3: Was That God? How Do I Know?

    "God said." "Gold told me." Okay, so great. God talked to you...apparently. But for the rest of us normal people, how do you know that it's God and not just last night's pizza? Today Alli and LaTasha talk about how to know if God is actually talking.

    • 27 min
    2: Race, Anger, and Learning How to Take Care of Each Other

    2: Race, Anger, and Learning How to Take Care of Each Other

    Murders, protests, riots, and rage—we're living in unprecedented times right now, and it's hard. It's hard to keep up, it's hard to know what to think or feel, and it's harder than ever to connect and bridge the gap. Today LaTasha and Alli talk about racism, perspectives, and how to actually care for each other. 

    • 33 min
    1: We Came Back and Things Are a Mess

    1: We Came Back and Things Are a Mess

    It's been a minute, right? Well, we're back—but in case you somehow hadn't noticed, things are a bit of a mess these days. Today Alli and LaTasha talk about living in the new normal. 

    • 26 min
    10: Listener Questions

    10: Listener Questions

    Season three comes to a close as Alli, LaTasha, and a special guest answer your questions—from makeup secrets, to navigating complicated relationships, to why LaTasha doesn't put much faith in the Enneagram. 

    • 31 min
    9: The Way of Leadership and Access

    9: The Way of Leadership and Access

    In a world where leadership is generally defined by white males, what does it mean to lead as a female? Alli and LaTasha invite two special guests to join them for a conversation around leadership, race, and how access to God changes everything.

    • 28 min
    8: The Way of FOMO and Freedom

    8: The Way of FOMO and Freedom

    Feelings of FOMO are generally accepted as part of modern life, but should they be? Alli and LaTasha meet up with Korrin, a recent graduate working her first job, for an in-process conversation around silencing FOMO and learning to walk in freedom.

    • 25 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
235 Ratings

235 Ratings

Angel1172 ,

Finally!

I love “girl talk” podcasts but, unfortunately, I find that if they fall into 3 categories: (1) raunchy; (2) very vocal about not only their lack of belief in God but their complete disdain for people who are faithful; or (3) boring. Finally, a podcast that isn’t prudish, yet puts God at the forefront of the conversation and is NEVER boring! I love these ladies and I thought the first two episodes were really fascinating. Just finished the first season and can’t wait to hear what’s next. Thank you for making a podcast for me!

Princess Gecko ,

Ms. Patterson just talked about her podcast and I felt like I need to review

I really like this podcast. These people are great.

livelikehannah_ ,

Great role models

As a young Christian woman I look up to these two ladies! I love listening to IKR!! It’s another refreshing way to get closer to God.

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