I absolutely love being able to share my words with you over on the blog page, but there is just something about hearing someone’s voice or being able to connect to someone face to face.  Obviously, we can sit down for coffee and a chat together, but I’m excited to be able to share audio and video content as another way for us to connect and share the message of Honoring Him in the craziness of life.

After all, sometimes real life means that we don’t have time to sit down and read ALL OF THE WORDS, but we can click through to a watch a quick video or listen to audio.  Yay for technology!  You can join me at any of the links below!

 

 

Newest Shows:

In this episode, I speak with Christian writer Amanda Whiting. Amanda remembers a season of transition, loss, and uncertainty, drawing parallels between the changing of the seasons in nature to the “upcycling” God is constantly doing in our lives. 

 

In this episode, I share some of my most favorite ways to practice soul care. I share how I stick to my daily quiet time, why I need worship music in my life, and how community is an important soul care practice for me.

 

 

 

 

The Honoring Him Show on YouTube:

Honoring Him in the Craziness of Life- Videos to inspire you to Honor God no matter how crazy life gets! Each month we will look at a new theme and explore ways that we can live a God honoring life through that theme. This channel will include chats with guests, share teaching videos, give tips and tools, and will be a place that you can return to when you need some encouragement in your own journey to honor Him in the craziness of your life!

 

In this episode, I share some of my most favorite ways to practice soul care. I share how I stick to my daily quiet time, why I need worship music in my life, and how community is an important soul care practice for me.

 

Is Soul care frivolous and selfish or is it a necessary part of our Christian walk?  How do we Honor Him through Soul Care? How do we care for our whole selves? Listen in as I give a quick overview on the theme for this month and introduce Bekah Pogue of Build A Sister Up.

 

In this video Gretchen and I chat about faithfulness.  We talked about how we can be faithful in parenting, how God is faithful in growing and changing us during difficult seasons, and how God’s faithfulness doesn’t always look like what may seem good to us in the moment.   This video is chock full of amazing truths that you won’t want to miss!

 

 

That Upcycled Life on YouTube:

I’m excited to be a Co-Founder of That Upcycled Life and to be the host of TUL UNCUT.  TUL UNCUT is an unscripted and unedited video interview series that brings you real stories with real pain and shares the redeeming hope of the gospel message.  At TUL, we know that even the most broken things can be upcycled in the right hands.

 

In this premiere episode, Bobbie learns more about Marissa’s devastating cancer diagnosis. Marissa reflects upon that difficult season of her life, recounting what it took to trust God in the face of the unknown.  Through her story, we also get to see how the Lord has upcycled that difficult season in awe-inspiring ways.

 

In this episode, Bobbie speaks with writer, speaker, and soon-to-be author Niki Hardy.  Niki reflects upon personal grief, tragedy, and a medical diagnosis that lead her to discover that thriving in the midst of life’s storms was not mere wishful thinking, but a difficult-to-grasp reality that God promises to those who belong to him.  Through her story, we also get to see how the Lord has upcycled that difficult season in awe-inspiring ways.

 

In this episode, Bobbie speaks with Christian author, writer, and speaker Kay Harms.  Kay remembers a time of deep personal anguish over the loss of a long-time friendship, and how God helped her to move past dwelling on the pain to walk towards healing and renewal.  Through her story, we also get to see how the Lord has upcycled that difficult season in awe-inspiring ways.

 

In this episode, Bobbie speaks with Christian writer Amanda Whiting. Amanda remembers a season of transition, loss, and uncertainty, drawing parallels between the changing of the seasons in nature to the “upcycling” God is constantly doing in our lives.