The amazing Mo Isom joins me for episode 34. You guys, I love this girl. I heard her speak at The Grove at Passion City this past year, and I immediately contacted our mutual friend and demanded to meet her. Mo came to my house back in June and sat with me at my kitchen table. We talked about motherhood and her story of overcoming adversity--which includes eating disorders, her father's suicide, promiscuity and a horrific car accident.
We laugh and got goosebumps. I'm not lying when I say it was like we had church around my kitchen table. I am so excited for you to hear her story. I know you will be encouraged, inspired and entertained.
Mo's Survival Kit:
- her husband & support system
- social media
- bio coffee
- the crock pot
Well, August 1 was my birthday and I turned 38. Really, how am I already in my late thirties? So I thought for my birthday with the gift of leaving a review on iTunes. And as a sprinkle on top, you could share the show with your closest social media friends. I checked the reviews and I have 37, so its only fitting that you guy leave one for my 38th year of life. Review 37 comes from Kate T.S. who talked about how much the show encouraged her walk with God and how she loved that it didn't cater to just moms and married women, but to women in all stages of life including single women like her. That is the exact heartbeat of the show. Kate, I'm so glad you love the show and thanks for leaving that review.
So, head to iTunes on your favorite podcast app and leave a review or send me an email and we can continue to the conversation. And as always, I hope that this show helps you survive a little easier.