Hey this is Jodi and Chris from Love & The Outcome, welcome to our podcast! We’re a married couple who rock out together, we're parents of Milo and Ziggy, and we're following Jesus as best as we can. This podcast will take you on our journey covering family, spirituality, wellness, and of course music. Our life is a road trip, our mess is our message... we’re happy to invite you into it!
How To Give Thanks In The Midst Of Sadness
Jesus himself said “Blessed are the poor in spirit” giving us permission to feel down. Scripture also reminds us that we don’t mourn as those who have no hope and “the joy of the Lord is our strength”. The only way Chris & I know of, to resiliently find hope in the midst of a challenging 2020, is to develop our gratitude muscle. Gratitude leads to joy, which leads to strength. We hope you find this encouraging, you are not alone! Wishing you all a meaningful & memorable Thanksgiving!
“You Got This” Fan Q&A
It’s been the coolest thing watching the words I wrote connect with your heart and lead you to the Father. I started writing “You Got This” when my kids were babies, and seeing it in your hands is thrilling! Chris collected all of your questions about the book and some of our songs and we turned it into a podcast. Hope you enjoy having your questions answered and I hope our shout-outs were pronounced correctly!
How To Find Your Voice with Riley Clemmons
Riley Clemmons is fierce, friendly, and unafraid of being herself! I guess when you’ve been writing songs since the age of ten, you know your voice pretty well. Now, on the cusp of turning twenty, Riley opens up about her story and how it feels to be a young Christian woman in the music industry, with opinions and perspectives to share. This episode is sure to inspire you to be less scared of what people think and more aware of who you are and who God is calling you to be.
You Be You: A Conversation with Jamie Ivey
Do you ever find yourself scrolling through Instagram wishing you had everyone else’s life? We spend so much time comparing and envying other people’s dreams and success that you don’t lean into your own! Today’s podcast conversation with Jamie Ivey helps us realize that success looks different for all of us, and satisfaction is closer than we think! She shares practical ways to embrace your space, bloom where you’re planted, and live your best life now, all from her new book “YOU BE YOU.”
How To Live Your Calling In Crisis
We haven’t played a live show in seven months, but we’re learning that our calling hasn’t changed, just the way we do it. We spent this episode sharing the steps we’re taking to stay hopeful and sane and productive during this season, and how protecting our kids from everything is not our aim as parents. You gotta listen to the episode to get our thoughts on cancel culture and we’d love to hear your thoughts too! Oh yeah, and it’s Chris’ b-day!!
How To Live A Wild Faith with Carlos Whittaker
This week’s episode with Carlos Whittaker is so empowering. He just released a book called “Enter Wild,” all about moving from safe and boring to living a wild-not-mild faith. He has battled anxiety and shares some of the tools that have helped him overcome it; praying scripture over your life and promises instead of problems. He has become a voice we follow and respect so much when it comes to race and injustice in America.
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Authentic and inspiring
I so appreciate the authenticity, humility, and wisdom that Jodi and Chris bring to the podcast. Their words speak to me deeply, and encourage me to live out my faith in practical, daily ways. Thank you for inviting me on your journey; I feel like every time I sit with you God is working in my heart through your words and stories and I’m learning new things. I also have 2 young girls (ages 3 and 1) and work part time as a leader in an office setting, and am constantly looking for that elusive “balance” between kids, husband, work, etc. As a side note, my girls and I love your song “You Got This” and play it all the time. My 3 year old can sing along to it now and it’s just the cutest thing ever. Thank you for giving her such uplifting words to sing and shout!
Their conversations and music are so relatable. I'm a free spirit and to see Jodi follow Jesus in her own free-spirited way is so inspiring. Plus, the chemistry between this couple is something I pray to God for. I want a relationship like theirs.