May 07, 2021
Hour 1: The Spiritual Art of Homemaking: A Conversation with Noelle Mering
Earlier in the pandemic, one of the top searches was “banana bread recipes.” As families spent more time at home there was a renewed interest in homemaking skills, but our guest says we have not quite made the leap of valuing the decision many women make to be full-time homemakers. Noelle Mering joins Ken and Deb to encourage women of all ages to see the value and importance of loving and serving our families.
Hour 2: The 10 Best Decisions a Single Mom can Make: A Conversation with PeggySue Wells
A recent Pew Research study revealed that American children are more likely than children in any other country around the world to live in single-parent homes. About a quarter of children in our country live with just one parent and that parent is most likely to be a mom. We offer some encouragement for moms that are parenting solo as we welcome PeggySue Wells to the show. PeggySue and Pam Farrell have joined together to offer a Biblical guide for navigating family on your own and PeggySue shares with us some of the best decisions a single mom can make along with ways the church can encourage and support single moms.
IN THIS EPISODE
PeggySue Wells is the bestselling author or coauthor of nearly thirty books, including The Slave across the Street with Theresa L. Flores. Living and writing in Indiana, PeggySue is a speaker and radio talk show host who interviews industry experts, entrepreneurs, and exceptional voices to help people live better, together.