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Nurturing Your Child's Heart - featuring Helen Smallbone

5/27/2022 00:40:15
Nurturing Your Child's Heart - featuring Helen Smallbone
Rebecca is joined this week by her mum, Helen Smallbone, for a conversation on nurturing your child's heart. In this episode, she shares wisdom on fostering connection within your family, creating teachable scenarios in the home, and turning to Jesus in parenting. 

Guest Helen Smallbone is a loving wife, mother of seven, grandmother of thirteen, and new author who recently released her first book, Behind The Lights: The Extraordinary Adventure of a Mum and Her Family. She is also the co-founder of MUMlife Community and co-host of AccessMore's MUMlife Podcast.

Authenticity - featuring Jordan St. Cyr

5/20/2022 00:44:53
Authenticity - featuring Jordan St. Cyr
This week, Rebecca is joined by fellow musician and new friend Jordan St. Cyr. In this episode, they share about showing compassion, sitting with people in their pain, and resting in knowing that God is in control.

Guest Jordan St. Cyr is a singer, songwriter, husband, and father. He recently released his self-titled debut album, featuring the top five radio hit "Fires'' and his first number one single "Weary Traveler." Jordan was born in Canada, but now calls Nashville home with his wife and four children - two daughters and two sons.

Freedom- featuring Tasha Layton

5/13/2022 00:52:16
Freedom- featuring Tasha Layton
Rebecca and friend Tasha share about parenting, healing from shame, expressing your authentic self, moving truth from your head to your heart. This episode focuses on finding freedom from the past and freedom in who God created us to be. 

Tasha Layton is worship leader and former American Idol contestant. She recently released "Boundless" a guided prayer journal, and you can find her on tour at tashalayton.com

Responsibility- featuring Jim Daly

5/6/2022 00:52:04
Responsibility- featuring Jim Daly
Rebecca and new friend Jim discuss marriage and the important role that it plays in parenting. He shares wisdom on how to exhibit grace and humility as a parent, teach children responsibility, and encourage them in their own faith.

Jim Daly is the head of Focus on the Family, an international Christian communications ministry based in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He succeeded founder James Dobson in 2005. Alhambra, California, U.S. Daly is the main host of the Focus on the Family radio program.

Peaceful Hope- featuring Ginny Owens

4/29/2022 00:40:48
Peaceful Hope- featuring Ginny Owens
Rebecca and long time friend Ginny share an encouraging conversation on finding hope amidst suffering. This episode focuses on how to look forward when you feel stuck.

Ginny Owens is singer-songwriter and author of new book "Singing In The Dark" and recently released her first worship EP "Sing Hope In the Darkness" which are both available here. Her unique musical style and inspirational lyrics transcend genre definition and have taken her to diverse venues, including the White House, the Sundance Film Festival, Lilith Fair, and the National Day of Prayer in Washington, D.C.

Rebecca St. James Friends and Family

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Rebecca St. James is back, and not only in the studio working on fresh, modern worship music, but she also has a NEW podcast to encourage you in daily life! Through authentic sharing with friends and family- tackling subjects such as faith, parenting, relationships and more- she reminds listeners they're not alone, and that we have wisdom for life in Jesus!

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Just what I needed

I telly enjoyed the Mark Stuart episode. Things kind of came full circle for me too. Audio A's Some Kind Of Zombie was the first CD I ever bought. I only listened to this podcast because he was the guest. Like him I need God to show up in my life. This episode really touched me and to think God spoke to me through a podcast that I only listened to because 25 or so years ago I bought a cd. I'm a subscriber now

Honesty, beauty and life lessons

2/27/22 Thank you for the Brad Stine interview. God is amazing. My husband were in a tough spot today, felt like totally under attack - and in the car on a trip, of all places. I escaped into my earbuds and your podcast, and behold, it was the one on marriage with Brad Stine. I was laughing and wincing, and totally under conviction to humble myself. How tender of God for me to hear from you two... in my ear, saying - been there, and staying the work is worth it. I replayed the last part over in the car speakers as we neared home, hoping it would soften my husband's heart. Tonight is better. Enemy is in retreat, and this home stands. ️ Love you all. Thank you️8/31/21It's been several months since I wrote the last review or heard one of your podcasts, but, I'm painting again and what better way to pass such a dreadful task than get lost in Rebecca St. James great conversations! So - the interview with your mom and dad . My heart is full hearing of their honest faith journeys in difficult seasons. I wrote down that book, Dad Smallbone- (Inside Out) on loving unconditionally. I pray it revolutionizes my 23 yr marriage and parenting. My 19 yr old daughter is in great trouble. ️Yes Mom Smallbone - we moms need you; your joy, your stories, your example. We are lonely and hurting deeply. Jesus is our answer, yes, and he works through us. And Moriah - you are just awesome, girl. I saw you few years ago and miss that energy. BRAVE oh that bit where you came to the back of the ground floor surrounded by your band- black leather and all, singing to fight like a warrior. That was epic. ️ Keep it all coming Smallbones. I love you all so much. Til Heaven - A Sister in Oklahoma *** Thank you for these beautiful prayers... Jaci Valsquez interview and Tammy Trent. Going through it. Moving though. Trusting you Lord with the process and pieces. ** TY for these podcasts!!! They were just "there" on my phone when I needed them. ️ *** So much to take away from these podcasts I've been listening to while doing dishes, driving, working. So meaningful to me is the interview with your mom (mum:). Her life advice to "stop, think, and take babysteps", has become a part of my mental DNA and I've shared it already with my teen daughter. I also laughed and cried with your brothers. I was painting as I listened to Luke's interview, stopped and wept with him. What a beautiful group of souls the Lord brought to us from down under.️ Blessings for the future, however the Lord leads