Life and Mission
A podcast for those who seek to integrate daily life and a larger purpose.
Find your voice. Tell your story. Change the world.
My guest this week is KJ Ramsey, therapist and author of This Too Shall Last: Finding Grace When Suffering Lingers. Allowing ourselves to grieve the losses is human and healthy. It’s not a sign of a small faith, but an invitation to draw close to God, who loves us.
I was struggling. I found myself sitting at a picnic table praying a simple, desperate prayer: “Jesus, I need you to come have lunch with me.” He did, just not in the way I expected.
Chickening IN represents a lifestyle shift. It’s the transformation that takes place when we face our fear and confront it with the truth. In JJ’s case, a simple comment from her daughter was the catalyst for life-changing action.
Mackenzie Ryan, a national award-winning journalist and founder of Faith Storytellers, shares a simple story structure and process for your faith story.
Don’t let the big pink birds fool you, Katie is serious about helping us as Christian entrepreneurs to overcome imposter syndrome and take big, bold steps to be who God created us to be.
Lament gives us a place to name our losses. To put words to our pain. Or groaning, or wailing – it’s all there.
What does it mean to live for an audience of one? Part two of my look at The Call by Os Guinness.
Matt Ham left a 10 year career in insurance sales to start YouPrint, a faith and personal development organization, and its nonprofit initiative called the Life Center. In this interview, Matt offers perspective on how we can thrive without striving.
The idea of calling is important to us because it affects our personal identity, humanness, and significance. In this episode we’ll look at Os Guinness’ book The Call, focusing on what calling is and what it means to be called.
The Your Voice Podcast is changing into the Life and Mission Podcast.
Brian Mays is a dad, husband, graphic designer, artist and teacher. In this interview, he shares his experience as a graphic designer and teacher of creativity.
The person to whom the story belongs should always have a voice in the process.
In non-profit storytelling, there are several factors to consider as you tell a story. The organization is telling someone’s story, and that person is often in a vulnerable position. “I often wondered, if our clients read these stories would they be happy with the way we portrayed them?”
John Michael leads us through the three legs of family leadership
Allison Mayer is a photojournalist, using images to tell true stories and to help us understand the world. She describes herself as witness, storyteller and artist. She reminds us not to get so caught up in the story we want to tell that we miss the story unfolding before us.
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Life & Mission is a podcast with a new show every other week. It’s a mixed format of interviews and solo programs with your host, Kay Helm. Topics include calling and mission, and living life in pursuit of a greater purpose. Get focused on what truly matters, get tips and tools to overcome challenges and get un-stuck, and discover how you can change the world.
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