Do you thirst for joy and meaning? Join Neal and Amie for their inspirational podcast discussing life’s joys and struggles. Tune in each week as Neal and Amie discuss cutthroat real opinions, unconventional Christian ideas, a sense of divine purpose, and the drive to be better than you are. Are you trying to find your way? Are you looking for purpose and joy? Do you want a challenge to rise above? Do you love stories of overcoming trials? Would you like free tools that will help you find your way? If the answer is yes, then this podcast is for you!
Neal and Amie are two type A personalities that married young, but have been married over 20 years. People seem to either love them or hate them. People have huge opinions about them. People want what they have, a life that is raw, real, and laid out for all to see.
Broken and Brilliant
Neal and Amie put a bow on the “How to Build a House that Lasts” series!
Broken messes can be seen and valued as a blessing and used to build a lasting legacy. There is brilliance in a broken legacy! --- You don’t want to miss this episode!
Talking with Mom + Dad Pt. 2
Neal and Amie continue their chat with Mom and Dad in Idaho.
Talking with Mom + Dad Pt. 1
Neal and Amie sit down for a chat with Mom and Dad in Idaho.
Building a House That Lasts Pt. 3
Neal and Amie continue their "Building a House That Lasts" series.
Neal and Amie chat with Amie's younger siblings.
Family, Faith + Shit Sandwiches
Neal and Amie got up extra early this morning to record their podcast.
Real life lessons about Faith and Family!
A refreshing podcast! it makes you realize how important family is and how it’s important to cherish and protect that. It’s about the process and the lessons you learn along the way.
A must listen!
One word: Substance!
Neal & Amy, go deep with out taking themselves too seriously. If you’re looking for a light hearted podcast, that goes beyond trivial information this is it! By being open & honest about their own experiences, they offer real world insight into aspects of life that we all struggle with, but don’t always know how to fix.