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#440: Why Don't Christians Like to Talk About the Real, Hard Stuff in Life?

Are Christians a prickly audience when it comes to sharing our brokenness and pain?  Let's change that. Join Juli and self-proclaimed "crappy Christian" Blake Guichet to hear why God cares about all the things we think we're not supposed to talk about.

Guest: Blake Guichet

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#439: Pelvic Floor Health 101 (It's About More Than Just Sex)

Nearly 3 out of 4 women experience pain during or after sex. If that's you, we have good news: a pelvic floor therapist can help. There are over 40 reasons sex may hurtand back pain, hip pain, and leaking (it happens!) are all connected to your pelvic floor too. There's a lot to learn, grab your Java and listen in!

Guest: Heather Marra, PT

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#438: How Your Story Becomes Sacred in the Hands of Jesus

Glenn Packiam joins Juli to talk about how the biblical metaphor of ordinary table bread reveals God’s extraordinary story of redemption and healing in our (ordinary) lives.

Guest: Glenn Packiam

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#437: How To Help Your Kids Learn Resilience and Build Character

Living with sexual integrity often means saying no to what you want in the moment. If you expect life to always be easy, you won’t resist the comfort of pornography. Or you'll bail on relationships once the feelings begin to fade. That's why this conversation is absolutely critical to sexual discipleship—not just for our children, but for our own sexual integrity as well.

Guest: Dr. Kathy Koch (pronounced "cook")

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#156: How To Keep Your Heart Open When You Don't Feel Emotionally Safe

"Open" is the default setting of our hearts. When our hearts are closed, we lack perspective. We're more likely to make poor decisions. But the real danger is allowing our hearts to stay shut down. Grab your Java and join us for a little "heart care."

Friends, please note that this conversation is not nuanced nor intended to be applied to situations of domestic abuse. If you wonder if conflict in your marriage has become abusive, head over to Juli's blog How Do I Know If I'm in an Abusive Relationship? to help you determine next steps toward safety.

Guests: Dr. Greg & Erin Smalley

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