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A chef and a theologian step up to the microphone and out flows the Woven podcast. As a former professional chef currently striving to mother as a verb, Rebecca Cochran sees life and faith through the lens of food and community. Rebecca Peet is a theologian, writer and speaker who believes intimacy with Jesus is the cure for what ails you and sees biblical knowledge as not only approachable but essential for the everywoman. With humor and vulnerability, Woven seeks to encourage women to live balanced lives right where they are- in the arms of Jesus.

Woven Rebecca Cochran and Rebecca Peet

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 5.0 • 54 Ratings

A chef and a theologian step up to the microphone and out flows the Woven podcast. As a former professional chef currently striving to mother as a verb, Rebecca Cochran sees life and faith through the lens of food and community. Rebecca Peet is a theologian, writer and speaker who believes intimacy with Jesus is the cure for what ails you and sees biblical knowledge as not only approachable but essential for the everywoman. With humor and vulnerability, Woven seeks to encourage women to live balanced lives right where they are- in the arms of Jesus.

    Play {full} ness (Part 2)

    Play {full} ness (Part 2)

    This month, we wrap-up our summer series on play by sharing what we've each learned about the spiritual discipline of playfulness over the last couple of months. We also share the 2nd half of our interview with Courtney Ellis. If you didn't listen to our July episode, go back and listen, Courtney is a fount of wisdom when it comes to the art of playfulness and its importance to the Christian life. Also, in our introduction to Courtney's interview, we share some big news about the future of Woven!

    • 54 min
    Play {full} ness

    Play {full} ness

    In July and August on Woven, we are talking all things "play". For our July episode, we discuss our own barriers to play and the areas where we'd like to become more playful. We also challenge each other to do something playful over the next month. To enhance our discussion, we also talk to Courtney Ellis, the author of Happy Now: Let Playfulness Lift Your Load and Renew Your Spirit.

    • 1 hr 18 min
    Laugh It Out

    Laugh It Out

    Woven is taking a short break in June, but we still want to share a little something with our listeners. Since we're talking about fun and playfulness in our July and August episodes, we asked Christie Cuthbert, author and friend of Woven, to read an excerpt from her book Mom I Farted in Church for our June episode. Christie is an expert in finding the humor and fun in parenting. We hope you enjoy this reading, and check out Christie and all her work.

    • 11 min
    Still Rolling Stones

    Still Rolling Stones

    It's finally May! With a new season and the end of a school year approaching, lots of transitions are on the horizon. This month we talk life transitions- how we handle them differently, how we can prepare for them better and how we can keep growing even in times of transition. We also talk summer and share some ideas on surviving and maybe even thriving in this new season.

    • 55 min
    BONUS EPISODE: Mother's Day

    BONUS EPISODE: Mother's Day

    Bonus Episode! Our May episode comes out on Tuesday, but in honor of Mother's Day, we thought we'd drop a bonus discussion on mothering- different types of mothering, our strengths and weaknesses as mothers, the Proverbs 31 woman (spoiler alert: it's not what you think), and how Mother's Day isn't always the easiest day for a lot of people. Enjoy!

    • 47 min
    Slow Growing

    Slow Growing

    For our April episode, we process what it means to grow slowly in different aspects of our lives. We talk about the areas where we struggle to grow low and slow versus fast and flashy. We also interview Jennifer Dukes Lee about her new book Growing Slow: Lessons on Un-Hurrying Your Heart from an Accidental Farm Girl. In our third segment, we talk about gardening, slow cooking, and books that are helping us to lean into the spring "growing" season and Eastertide.

    • 1 hr 28 min

Customer Reviews

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54 Ratings

54 Ratings

Keri Benasuly ,

Great topics!

I love that each week is an interesting and relatable topic! Great guest speakers and love listening to Rebecca and Rebecca! Feels like I’m sitting around chatting with good girl friends. Love it!

Mary Carver ,

The Banter is the Best Part!

I love listening to the Rebeccas chat and banter. They address great topics, but it doesn't even matter what they talk about. I love getting their take on just about everything!

jbethanyanderson ,

Dynamic duo

Love the banter & conversations about the deep & meaningful on this podcast!

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