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July 22, 2021

Hour 1: The Peace Project: A Conversation with Kay Wills Wyma

What are some daily practices that deliver a feast for our souls? Kay Wills Wyma had an epiphany while out making a run for milk that instantly transformed her outlook. Kay offers how to pivot from our natural inclination to complain and express angst to planting peace and contentment in our lives and to those we connect with during our day. Hear how to begin an experiment that will result in transformation!

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Hour 2: Turning of Days: A Rebroadcast of A Conversation with Hannah Anderson

What can we learn about God from what He has made? If the birds and flowers could speak, what might they tell us about the wonders He has done? How does observing the seasons, the beauty, the order, and the chaos of this world reveal about the Creator of it all? Author Hannah Anderson shares lessons from nature that result in awe and worship of our great and glorious God with Ken and Deb in the Morning!

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IN THIS EPISODE

Kay Wills Wyma
Kay Wills Wyma

Kay Wills Wyma

Kay Wills Wyma, former White House staffer, international banker, and entrepreneur, is a mom of five who writes about seeing beyond life's pressures in order to navigate life and thrive together. She is the author of two books and blogs at the popular themoatblog.com. Kay also hosts a video podcast with friends called the SaySomething Show. She has been featured on TODAY, CNN, and Focus on the Family, and has contributed to the NYT MotherlodeDMagazineThriving Families, and more. Kay lives in Dallas, Texas, with her family. 

Hannah Anderson
Hannah Anderson

Hannah Anderson

Hannah Anderson lives in the haunting Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. She spends her days working beside her husband in rural ministry, caring for their three children, and scratching out odd moments to write. In those in-between moments, she contributes to a variety of Christian publications and is the author of Made for More (Moody, 2014) and Humble Roots (Moody, 2016). 

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