In just 6 episodes of BECOMING:us, you?ll witness authentic conversations between two artists and their mentor. Moriah and Joel Smallbone dig deep into their story for truths that have guided them through their career, marriage and creative endeavors...each episode landing on a powerful and practical tool interpreted by friend, guide and spiritual contemplative, Kerry Hasenbalg. You can expect vulnerability, honesty and humor in this cinematic podcast which speaks to the uniquely challenging, triumphant and (at times) preposterous moments of life. Uncover useful insight on what love really looks like in sickness and in health; in the good times and the uncertain. Click ?subscribe? and use #Becomingus on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook to join the online communal conversation around what it means to become all that God intended us to be.
This show is for women and men who want a happier home life. Arlene will help you bridge the gap between your ideal family and the real thing. You don?t have to come from a happy home to create one.
Your host Arlene Pellicane is a speaker and author of several books including 31 Days to a Happy Husband and Parents Rising. She and her husband James have been married more than 21 years and have three children.
Inside this podcast, you?ll meet some of the kindest and smartest experts when it comes to marriage and parenting. Get ready for fun and practical conversations that will change your thinking, give you hope, and spark positive change.
Ryan Stevenson is a singer, songwriter, and Grammy-nominated recording artist behind "Eye of the Storm" and "Speak Life". Raised in rural southern Oregon, Stevenson worked 9 years as a frontline paramedic before his music career took off. With five number 1 singles, a Grammy nomination, Billboard Music Award nomination, a Dove award (2017), ASCAP honors and major tour bills with the likes of TobyMac, MercyMe, and the Newsboys, Ryan Stevenson has already distinguished himself as a rare talent whose unique perspective guides his honest lyrics and sonic sensibilities.
In this "Weathering the Storm" podcast, Ryan gives you a seat next to him as he vulnerably connects with friends, guests and artists as they share their powerful testimonies; their stories about enduring the storms in their lives and how God's faithfulness met them in their darkest moments.
In the eye of the storm, You remain in the control,
In the middle of the war, You guard my soul
You alone are the anchor when my sails are torn
Your love surrounds me in the eye of the storm