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Grit 'n' Grace: Good Girls Breaking Bad Rules

Grit ‘n’ Grace is refreshment for women worn out from following bad rules, working to keep everybody else happy, and overextending their time and emotions. Through interviews with insightful and inspiring guests, Cheri Gregory and Amy Carroll will help you to: · Recalculate your journey from our culture’s bad rules to your own Jesus-made path. · Overcome error terror as you commit to learning from failure. · Replace the exhaustion of self-made goodness with the rest of God’s grace. · Discern whose input to invite and whose feedback to forget. · Leverage the strength of your emotions instead of either ignoring or being ruled by them.
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Now displaying: April, 2017
Apr 23, 2017

Cheri and Amy talk about practical tools for building a supportive network of friends: spending intentional time, taking trips, and treasuring differences as well as commonalities.

They also discuss the difference between being friendly and being friends. If you've been longing for the joy of female friendships, this one's for you!

Apr 17, 2017

Mary Snyder, author of Authentic Girlfriends: Real Women Finding Real Faith, shares with us about how to develop a wide range of friends that enrich our lives.

Rather than pouring all our neediness on one person, Mary gives down-to-earth advice and practical tips for healthy, happy friendships between women. You're going to love her wisdom on this fraught topic!

Apr 9, 2017

Our husbands often get our left-overs. Our friends, our parents, our children and our co-workers get our premium efforts while our husbands have to survive on the compassion, love, and listening that remain after we're drained.

Cheri and Amy process how to bring our best to our marriages, prioritizing our husband and valuing him as our friend.

Apr 1, 2017

From her book No More Perfect Marriages, Jill Savage shares painful lessons learned as her marriage healed from infidelity.

She gives practical advice on avoiding the "slow fades" of marriage and letting God use our spouse's differences to stretch and mature us. Jill's solutions are grace-filled and wisdom-soaked.

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