37 episodes

The Truly Co is a Christian media company that encourages Jesus-loving women on their faith journey. The Truly Co produces a biannual print magazine that features encouraging stories and perspectives on living out biblical truth in our daily lives. The podcast, hosted by Publisher Lindsay May, features conversations about articles, inspiring stories, and encouraging messages that challenge readers to grow in their faith and focus their minds on whatever is true, noble, right, pure, lovely, and admirable.

The Truly Co Podcast The Truly Co

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 5.0 • 21 Ratings

The Truly Co is a Christian media company that encourages Jesus-loving women on their faith journey. The Truly Co produces a biannual print magazine that features encouraging stories and perspectives on living out biblical truth in our daily lives. The podcast, hosted by Publisher Lindsay May, features conversations about articles, inspiring stories, and encouraging messages that challenge readers to grow in their faith and focus their minds on whatever is true, noble, right, pure, lovely, and admirable.

    How to Know Where God is Leading You with Alli WorthingtonHow to Know Where God is Leading You with Alli Worthington

    How to Know Where God is Leading You with Alli WorthingtonHow to Know Where God is Leading You with Alli Worthington

    Today’s episode welcomes Alli Worthington, a bestselling author, nationally-known speaker, business coach, and mom of five (yes five!) boys, to the show. Get ready to be inspired as Alli shares her story of losing it all financially in 2008 and how God led her to build it back up creatively. She has taken the lessons she has learned along the way and is now coaching others who long to reach their potential dreams.

    This episode is chock full of amazing stories in Alli’s life and tucked within each story are practical nuggets for anyone looking to launch a new chapter in their lives. Alli speaks from the heart as she wrestled with what to do after her financial crash, her surprising journey with social media, and how being an introvert didn’t stop her from stepping into something new. Other great takeaways you can expect are:
    How to know if God is leading or you are forcing something to happen Who you should tell your dreams to and why How to overcome the fear of being prideful or selfish in your pursuits This is a conversation you don’t want to miss, and when it is over you just might redefine your definition of success!

    To find out more about Alli, check out her website, listen to her on the Alli Worthington Show, sign up for her Coaching School or join her (and Lindsay!) in Called Creatives

    • 48 min
    God’s vision of Pursuit: What I Have Planned Versus Where God is Leading Me

    God’s vision of Pursuit: What I Have Planned Versus Where God is Leading Me

    Join Lindsay May as she welcomes Jonna Meidal to the show today.  Author, pastor, wife, and mom, Jonna offers insight into a battle we all fight on some level-- the relentless battle of pursuit.

    “People tend to think of success and progress vertically. With the beginning at the bottom and the goal at the top. But what if God looks at it differently?” That quote, taken from Jonna’s article in the Pursuit issue, guides today’s conversation about being an achiever in life and leads to several thought provoking questions:
    What do you do if you are running on fumes? What do you do for someone who is striving but not seeing any fruit? What does waiting look like? Jonna’s article, God’s vision of Pursuit: What I Have Planned Versus Where God is Leading Me is one of many great articles in the Pursuit and can be ordered here.
    You can connect with Jonna on Instagram and Facebook or her website

    • 34 min
    The Intersection of Faith and Intuitive Eating

    The Intersection of Faith and Intuitive Eating

    Today The Truly Co. welcomes Brittany Braswell to the show!  As a registered dietician, specializing in eating disorders and body image, Brittany is on a mission to help women ditch chronic eating issues and learn to embrace their God-given worth and identity.

    The podcast kicks off by outlining the biggest misconception to healthy eating: It is first and foremost a mental struggle. And that mental struggle has physcial implications. Brittany explains that by only focusing on the physical struggle, we remain stuck in a cycle of disorder.

    In this episode you will learn: 
    Key indicators of knowing if you have an unhealthy relationship with food The definition of and power behind intuitive eating How idolatry plays a role in your health and what you can do about it  Scriptures to aid in your journey toward health An unhealthy relationship with food can be daunting and overwhelming, so Brittany ends with resources and tips for how to take that first step toward breaking bad habits and cycles. Check out these links for Intuitive Eating and her free eBook!

    You can learn more about Brittany and easily connect with her through her website, Instagram, and Facebook.

    • 47 min
    Navigating Mother-Daughter Relationships

    Navigating Mother-Daughter Relationships

    Join Lindsay May in an insightful discussion on the sometimes wonderful, sometimes tricky relationship between mothers and daughters. Her guest, Mykelti Blum, is a licensed social worker, advisor of Bridging The Gap ministries and author of the book Braving Every Season: A Mother-Daughter Journey to Ditch the Tension, Create Connection and Brave Life Together
    In this episode, Mykelti pinpoints why the mother-daughter relationship is so significant and offers practical tips for:
    Dealing with expectations in a healthy manner Handling the tension between good intentions and being judgmental Understanding the importance of self-reflection and self-care She defines and explains how attachment styles and secondary emotions impact your interactions as a daughter, a parent, a spouse, and a friend. (see this link to learn your attachment style) And she emphasizes the importance of asking God to guide your journey and how to follow His prompts in response. Today’s podcast offers nuggets of information that can be used in all relationships in your life!

    You can find Mykelti on her Website or Instagram. 

    • 56 min
    Finding God in the Rhythms of Habit with Jennifer Trautmann

    Finding God in the Rhythms of Habit with Jennifer Trautmann

    Today The Truly Co. podcast welcomes Jennifer Trautmann to the show. Jennifer shares her heart and her home with her husband, two boys and her father-in-law. She is a writer, photographer and a licensed minister with the Assemblies of God church.

    Join Lindsay May as she discusses an article Jennifer wrote in the Pursuit issue titled “Worn Paths: Finding God in the Rhythms of Habit.” Stemming from the grief of losing her mother-in-law to Covid, Jennifer describes how the habit of running allowed her to find a rhythm of connecting with God. It was this ritual that carried her through her darkest moments and gave her the strength and healing she needed. Order your copy of that poignant article here.
    Jennifer describes how our actions, over time, can open ourselves up to the Lord on a regular basis. And through ritual and routine we can more easily evaluate if we are progressing in different areas of our lives. She offers other suggestions for habits, specifically the importance of personal retreats. 

    Throughout the podcast, both the book Sacred Rhythms and Abuelita Faith: What Women on the Margins Teach Us About Wisdom, Persistence, and Strength had nuggets in them worth checking out and here are their links!

    You can connect with Jennifer on Instagram and Facebook.

    • 40 min
    Finding Peace Through Scripture Meditation with Leslie Konhaeuser

    Finding Peace Through Scripture Meditation with Leslie Konhaeuser

    Welcome Leslie Konhaeuser to the show today! Not only is she a mom of three under the age of three (yes, you read that right!), she is also a writer, podcaster, and licensened counselor. The Truly Co. published a beautiful article from Leslie in our Pursuit Issue and we liked it so much we wanted to spend more time with her!
    In her article titled “From Chaos to Shalom,” Leslie details her journey to finding peace in her life. Though the culture defines peace as the absence of struggling, she reminds us that in Christ we can obtain it while we are struggling. You won’t want to miss the discussion that revolves around these statements:
    Intentionality is our missing link for seeking peace Faith when treated well will bolster your mental health.  Find His good presence and His good voice because it is there and he is longing to be found by you. Leslie emphasizes the need for Scripture meditation and as a bonus for our listeners, she walks us through an actual time of meditation. So not only will you learn some practical ways to combat anxiety in your life, you will have an opportunity TODAY to put them into practice. 

    You can find Leslie on Instagram, her website, and her podcast Motherhood: Named and Known!

    • 41 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
21 Ratings

21 Ratings

Jodi Kinasewitz ,

Energizing and Inspiring

Lindsey does a fabulous job at keeping the conversations upbeat and lively. I love the light-hearted, casual mood of her discussions with guests. The show offers a wide variety of guests and topics of conversation. My favorite aspect of this show is that every episode points listeners to Jesus and inspires them to chase their dreams- following God in obedience.

Hope M J ,

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What a beautiful podcast. The topics are so relevant, and guests share with vulnerability and grace!

mjerkp ,

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LOVE The Truly Co! Such a daily dose of authentic encouragement. ❤️

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