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Heroes For Her

Heroes For Her

Most women struggle with things like insecurity, comparison, or trying to measure up to the world's impossible standard of beauty. They've questioned their ability to live well, lead effectively, and own their influence to positively impact the next generation of confident, compassionate and capable women.   

Women need a place to gather, and grow, so they can guide the girls they love to know their value, live on purpose, and make the unique difference in the world they were born to make. 

Welcome to the Heroes For Her podcast with Erin Weidemann

In this podcast, Erin tackles the issues that matter most to women: the mothers and mentors of the next generation. From overcoming fear to walking in purpose to shifting the focus of feminine value from beauty to inherent worth, Erin gets real about the reality of female life and leadership. 

Join Erin as she inspires you each week by sharing personal stories as well as interviewing real women; positive role models whose lives and leadership are making a difference.

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EP 68: Melanie Mudge - Translating Culture

6/28/2018
"For every one look we take at ourselves and the culture, we have to take ten looks at Christ." -Elizabeth Elliott, Keep a Quiet Heart Today's guest is Melanie Mudge. Melanie is originally from Albuquerque, NM, and she currently lives in Rapid City, South Dakota with her husband Josh and their two dogs, Diesel and Denali. Great names. As I prepped for this interview, I learned that Melanie loves cooking Paleo (bless her and anyone else with the ability to cook - I cannot relate), she's on Pinterest and has so many craft goals, and that she hopes to someday beat her mom at tennis.  After graduating from the University of New Mexico, she made her way to Manitou Springs, CO to be on summer staff with Summit Ministries, and it was through that experience that she got connected with Axis - which is an incredible organization that works to resource parents and faith leaders to disciple and create legacies of lasting faith for kids. She's the editor of The Culture Translator weekly email, and the writer and editor of Parent Guides.  Find out about all this and more during today's episode. 

Previous Episodes

SANTA: See A Need Take Action

11/26/2020
00:21:35

We have a different meaning for SANTA in our house - SANTA stands for something: See A Need Take Action. This flips the script from gimme gimme to giving giving! In this throwback episode, Erin outlines what the Santa Switch entails and how you join the Truth Becomes Her Tribe in creating a movement this Holiday Season that will be your family's favorite part of 2020. See our social media to be featured and to see how other families are adopting this concept!

Interview with Max Lucado

11/19/2020
00:30:28

 Max is entering his 35th year as a published author, 140 million books in print, Max has occupied positions on every major national bestseller list. His writing has been translated into more than 54 languages and most recently during the COVID crisis, Max has become a really rich source of pastoral wisdom via daily video check-ins and virtual messages. He continues to serve as Teaching Minister at Oak Hills Church in San Antonio, TX.

Learn more about Bible Belles and Erin's new book, Ringleaders, HERE.  

Love God, Love Your Neighbor

11/12/2020
00:23:00

How stressed are you, mama? Is the political climate in this country just about driving you crazy? In her most transparent and raw episode yet, Erin gets real and offers real solutions in the wake of the elections.

Resources to help your children be the solution and channel your concerns:
worldvision.org/ignite
What Is Ignite: https://youtu.be/goZzMiXtBb4
Student testimonial - what kids don't learn on mission trips: https://youtu.be/DJzkzocJMqY
Part of Ignite - the Social Innovation Challenge: https://youtu.be/372EZ-4u6Rc 

Interview with Bethany Hamilton

11/5/2020
00:34:45
Erin Weidemann and World Famous Pro Surfer Bethany Hamilton discuss women in leadership and being led well and leading well as a mother is a process and a work in progress.