Having children is hands-down one of the most life-changing and impactful events in any person's life. As blissful as it is to welcome a newborn into the world, for many people, it only goes downhill from there. We believe, however, that life can become more rich and beautiful as our family grows in age and numbers. We are so grateful for examples of marriages that become more romantic with each child, fathers and mothers that become more vibrant and energetic as they age, and families that, as a unit, live life to the fullest--blessing their communities as they do.
109: Answering Your Assumptions: Alcohol, Fighting, Debt, and Affluent Families
Today we’re just going to hang out as friends and probably tell you guys more than you need to know about how we grew up, our personal finances, some of our most embarrassing moments as a married couple, and why Elisha nearly passed out when I suggested a date for our wedding that was only …
108: Funk Prevention Program
Anytime we are sleep deprived, isolated, or adapting to a new life-season, we find ourselves susceptible to a funk. But the funny thing is, it’s usually not the big things that get us in our out of these stages . . . it’s the teeniest tiniest changes. Sometimes just a mindset shift! As a married …
107: Lawrence’s Birth Story
Praise the Lord! We welcomed our newest son into this world at 2:56am in our home on February 6th, 2021. . . . Lawrence! Thank you to everyone who prayed with us through this journey of him turning breech at 37 weeks and spinning around just in time for us to have a smooth natural …
106: Our Convictions on Family Planning and Birth Control
We laugh through this episode, because you know . . . it can be a little awkward. And personal. But the truth is, we know people feel very strongly about this topic because children do effect our lives in such big ways. Coming from wonderful families of 10 and 11 children, we have always wanted …
105: How We’re Planning for Postpartum as a Married Couple: Baby Number 4
Postpartum is a season in your marriage that can draw you together or draw you apart, and we’ve experienced both in our short four and a half years of marriage. We believe God meant what he said when he wrote, “children are a blessing,” so we’ve never blamed a new baby for entering the world …
104: Maintaining Joy in the Midst of Difficult Times
This isn’t the first time people have felt hopeless. This isn’t the first time darkness has been in the world. Since the fall of man, it has been tempting to fall into despair, fear, and anxiety for our future and that of our children. But as Christians we have such a hope–both eternally and for …
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I recently found your podcast and have already binged most episodes excitingly! Im a stay at home mom to 3 little boys and popping in my headphones and diving into the topics you both present, has brought fun distractions as well as deeper thoughts into my life as a wife, mother and Christian. Thank you, I pray you keep creating wonderful challenging content for us!
My wife and I love listening to your podcast and appreciate your honesty when talking about young marriages. We have been married for 3 years and find your life very relatable. I do have one question that I feel is relevant to today’s culture. What are your thoughts on vaccinating your children with the growing number of vaccines that are encouraged by most health professionals?
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Love listening to this podcast! It makes it even more special when I know they are walking in what they are talking about! Love this couple! After 15 years of my marriage, I’m still learning from Katie and Elisha!