Today's guest is Isabel Tom. Isabel is a wife, mom to three and enjoyed the gift of growing up in a intergenerational Chinese American household. She was able to spend her life growing up with her other two sisters, her parents, and her grandparents under the same roof. Her grandparents lived to the ages of 98 and 102.
Professionally Isabel has over 13 years of experience working at reputable healthcare organizations in the senior living and hospice care field. She holds a Master in Public Health from the University of Maryland, College Park. She is the author of “The Value of Wrinkles” A Young Perspective on How Loving the Old Will Change Your Life.
Isabel’s family immigrated from Hong Kong and Isabel said this about her grandparents, “they offered me an additional layer of love and attention.”
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Today’s guest is wife, mom, author, and funny lady, Sophie Hudson. Sophie started writing her blog called BooMama in November of 2005 and has since launched a podcast with writing buddy, Melanie Shankle. She has written many books where she shares stories from her life in a charming way to share encouragement and hope with fellow believers. She lives with her husband and son in Birmingham, Alabama. Sophie loves watching football, loves to laugh, and loves music and Netflix!
On this episode, right out of the gate, I ask Sophie to share about out her latest love of Secret Treasures pajamas from Wal-Mart, And, yes I did wear them throughout most of my Corona.
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Hey Ya'll!! On today's episode, I share snippets about all eight conversations I had with experts about health and wellness. I share a quote from each expert and a little behind the scenes look!
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Today’s guest is best selling author and business coach Jennifer Allowed. Jennifer is a wife, mom to four, entrepreneur, and podcaster of The Jennifer Allwood Show! Jennifer started her painting company painting houses then created DIY videos and that business grew to making six figures, fast. People started asking questions about how she built her business which led to her finding her passion which is teaching women how to build a business online.
I love Jennifer because she is so down to earth and she keeps her faith and family a priority.
You will love her! So here is my conversation with Jennifer Allwood!
To find FULL show notes with links of how to find Jennifer and those super valuable freebies she shares, check out my podcast web page at wrenrobbins.com/podcast/141
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This is your host, Wren Robbins and the last time we were together you heard from Dr. Saundra Dalton Smith about the 7 types of rest. SUCh a great episode for you to catch!
Today’s guest is Jessica Hottle. She is a wife, cat mom, body coach, author, and podcaster. Jessica uses her story to help women emotionally and physically while keeping God at the center. Jessica and I start out talking about a funny thing we were bonded by, so laugh with us but hear the depth of her walk with Jesus.
Find full Show Notes on my web site here.
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Hey friends, It’s Wren and if this is the first time you’ve joined us on the podcast or if you’ve been listening for a while, hey!
Last time we were together, you heard from writer, Catherine Parks. Catherine shared about why vulnerability really does matter in our relationships. We talked on a practical level about how to point our hearts and our friends’ hearts to Jesus and it was like a balm to my soul. If you haven’t listened yet, check it out on your podcast app or as always you can find it on my web site wrenrobbins.com if that is easier.
We only have 2 more guests in this series, ya’ll! It’s FLOWN by! I hope each conversation with experts in their field have given you excellent strategies and a shot in the arm for living healthy after our time of quarantine! Take a screen shot of an episode, post in instastories, and tag me! I would love to see it and repost it in my stories as well!
Today’s guest is Dr. Saundra Dalton-Smith. Dr. Saundra is a board-certifed internal medicine physican and Christian author. She reached her breaking point of burnout a few years back when her two teenage children were toddlers. At that point, she started doing loads of scientific and Biblical research on the subject of REST and how to integrate it as a daily lifestyle. She is sharing that with us today and I can’t wait.
For full list of Show Notes, click here.
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I’m Wren Robbins and I’m glad you’re here! Happy Summer!
Last time we were together, you heard from family therapist, David Thomas. Oh my goodness, it was like a mini counseling sesh for me, but I asked questions that would benefit all of us if you are a parent!
Go to my web site wrenrobbins.com to listen to that episode number 137!
This Summer has been so needed in my heart and so I hope it’s been helpful for you, too!
Today’s guest is Catherine Parks. Catherine is a wife and mom to two, and an incredible editor and writer! After speaking with Catherine and reading her book, I’m so grateful for her words to us about relationships.
For complete Show Notes, go to wrenrobbins.com/podcast/138
Thank you for joining me for this conversation today!
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I’ll see you next time when I chat with Dr. Saundra Dalton Smith. She is a medical doctor and will be sharing about her own burnout with being busy. She shares 7 types of rest. I’ll just tell you right now…I did not look at my notes the entire time until right at the end…that’s how well our conversation flowed! So, stick around for that next Friday!
Hi friend, it’s Wren Robbins. Last time we were together, you heard from Bible teacher, Iva May. In that episode, Iva shared with us an incredible way to read the Bible as a story! We then talked about priorities and yes I teared up, ya’ll. Good stuff. You can listen to that episode, number 136 on my web site wrenrobbins.com Thanks for your feedback on this series so far! I’ve heard from some of you that are listening to each episode twice! Wow.
This Summer has been a great way for me to do a reset in my own heart and life and I hope this podcast series has been helpful to you as well!
Today’s guest is David Thomas. David is the Director of family counseling at Daystar Counseling Ministries in Nashville, TN. He is a husband, dad to three, a speaker, writer, author, family therapist and dad to his therapy dog, Owen.
Thanks for joining in our conversation today!
Today’s guest is Iva May. She is wife to Stan, mom to three adult children, and grandmother to her 1st grandchild. Iva is a speaker, author, and director of Chronological Bible Teaching.
She is passionate about getting into God’s word and encouraging others to do the same! I haven’t been a crier in years, but I get emotional when our conversation goes to setting strong priorities.
For the rest of the Show Notes of quotes and books Iva mentions, go to www.wrenrobbins.com/podcast/136
Check out quotes and links for this episode in the Show Notes at www.wrenrobbins.com/podcast/135
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This is the first episode in the Summer Podcast Series on Health & Wellness!
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I can't wait for this AMAZING series coming JUNE 5!!!
Hear my heart behind it and a few of the guests I will feature!
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Hi friend! Last time we were together, you heard from three of my friends about how they are doing in quarantine. I love how they have each transitioned into quarantine so beautifully and how they encourage me in my walk with Jesus. You can listen one episode back , number 130.
In these uncertain times, I find it so refreshing to hear from Godly women raised up to encourage other women in our faith. I so enjoyed my chat with my guest today.
Today’s episode is with Richella Parham, She is a wife, mom to three adult sons, speaker, writer, and new crocheter! Richella’s book, Mythical Me, was the Inter Varsity Press Readers Choice Award winner. On this episode, Richella shares about an illness she was born with and how she overcame the comparison trap as a young adult woman. Richella beautifully speaks as she points us to Jesus through her words.
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Hi friend! Last time we were together, you heard from Beth McCord when she encouraged us how the Gospel changes us. I LOVE that Beth shared about the core longings that we each have and it was so interesting to hear that. Be encouraged by listening to Beth’s story about how she has found the Enneagram personality system such a great tool when she was a wife and young mother starting her family. You can listen to ep. 128 here.
Today’s episode is with Lindsay Leiviska, She is a wife, mom of three, writer, and homeschool coach. I asked her to share her precious story of how 18 months after adopting her son, her family went from a calm home to one of chaos. But, in that, Lindsay shares how God took her brokenness, and mercifully showed her himself. I try not to ask questions that make my guests cry, but you know when us mommas talk about our kids, sometimes the tears just flow!
To find full show notes, head to www.wrenrobbins.com/podcast/129
Last time we were together, you heard from my friend, Lynn Lyle who encouraged us that God’s Got This. In these really interesting days we are living in, throughout the Covid-19 virus, it is encouraging to hear that we are not alone, that God is still on the throne, He is not wringing His hands and that HE is in control.
To be encouraged by listening to Lynn’s story of walking through cancer as a five year old and because of that losing her arm a few years ago, you can listen by clicking here.
Today’s episode is with Enneagram expert and coach, Beth McCord. You may have seen her live, on Instagram, or read one of her and her husbands books from their online ministry and company, Your Enneagram Coach. I ask her to share how she started using the Enneagram in her own life and Beth shares each types core longings and she shares a word picture about a cistern that I will not forget.
Don't forget to check out the complete list of quotes and links in the Show Notes, here.
Last week I was so excited to visit with Candace Joseph. It was such a great conversation hearing her walk through infertility and how she has honored the Lord through it. To be encouraged, listen to her story, here.
Today’s episode is with my friend, Lynn Lyle. Lynn has an incredible story of having Ewing Sarcoma as a child. And, a few years ago, Lynn lost her arm after many weeks of not knowing what was wrong. Lynn is humble, strong, and shares from her heart that God is the one who gives her peace.
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"When God told me that He was going to take care of it, I believed Him."
Hi friend! Last week was a Top 10 with Wren: Ways to THRIVE during quarantine with yours truly. In case you missed it, check it out here.
Today’s episode is with my friend, Candace Joseph. I first met Candace online after she posted the sweetest picture of a HOPE bird she had received from her friend, Dondra.
Find all the Show Notes at wrenrobbins.com
Check out the show notes at www.wrenrobbins.com/podcast/125
Hi friend! Last week was an episode with my friend, Dondra Fite as she shared her God story of how He is still in the business of God sized miracles! You can listen one episode back here.
Today’s episode is with my friend, Jodi Sappe. Jodi shares her story of struggle as she saw her husband battle a drug addiction over the span of 10 years. You will hear the theme of how God has been enough in her life throughout our conversation.
Check out the show notes here for links and quotes from the episode.
Hi friend! Last week I re-aired an episode with Glenna Marshall as she shared her God story of how God has taught her how to study His word asking one specific question, how she dealt with adoptive momma guilt, her families recent church merge, and steps we can take toward racial unity in our communities and churches. You can listen one episode back here.
Today’s episode is with my friend, Dondra Fite. You may remember Dondra from episodes 43 and 44 of her story of infertility and adoption. Now is Part 3 and you don’t wanna miss it!
We talk about how nothing is impossible with God, her modern day miracle, and prioritizing silence in our lives. Yes, yes and yes.
After listening, you can find the Show Notes at wrenrobbins.com/podcast/123 for the Eat Read Love links and quotes Dondra shared on this episode.
Hi friend! Last week I re-aired an episode with Colby Crisler as she shared her God story of walking through Cystic Fibrosis, having a double lung transplant, and seeing God at work in her life. You can listen to it one episode back, #121.
Today’s episode is with Glenna Marshall. Glenna is a believer, Pastor’s wife, mother, speaker, author, and singer/songwriter. Glenna shares her God story with us and how Glenna overcame the imposter syndrome as an adoptive mama, how she expresses gratitude even when she has a meal that is noncompliant to her auto immune disease.
We spent the last part of the episode talking about the recent exciting church merge Glenna and her husband walked through this past Fall. God led them to merge with another church and create a Gospel Focused racially diverse church called Grace Bible Fellowship. We talk about how we can have no racial reconciliation if it’s not based on Jesus. A much needed conversation to air.
After listening, you can find the Show Notes at wrenrobbins.com/podcast for the Eat Read Love links and quotes Glenna shared on this episode.
We have a few new people joining in the Friends of a Feather community over here, so I wanted to reair this special episode that was first brought to you in the Fall of 2019.
Colby shares her dynamic God story of needing a double lung transplant and I actually recorded with her 5 weeks after her surgery. I'm thrilled to bringing this conversation back because it's one of my favorites.
You will be inspired, you may shed a couple of tears, and you will hear how gracious our God is in her story.