The Practical Family Podcast is an audio show that you can listen to in your home or on the go, on your very own devices. Each week, Jenn Bryant will address topics related to faith, family, education with special guests or co-hosts. It’s such a convenient way to get practical ideas to build stronger foundations for your family.
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Jennifer Bryant is an educator in real life and online. Her website is a wonderful resource for parents wanting to raise good humans who love the Lord. Even if you’re not a Christian, she has a lot of helpful, encouraging, and amazing content on her site. This podcast is such an amazing resource to dive in deeper and get even more out of her advice and knowledge. She’s fun to listen to, has great guest speakers, and leaves you with a smile feeling encouraged and blessed after listening to her podcasts. Definitely a parenting podcast on the rise.
I enjoy looking through the archives because there is always something I want to learn more about or be encouraged in or pass on to encourage someone else!
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Do you ever feel guilty for being the one that gets things done? Do people expect you to make plans and make sure everything goes well, but also poke fun at you for being organized or a bit of a control freak? Katie Reid shares her experience as a modern day "Martha" and how [...]
Our guests today are two classical homeschooling mamas of five children each who have collaborated to create a wonderful resource for parents who homeschool the classical way. Amy Atkins and Sara Burns of Sunshine and Oranges bring hope for overwhelmed mamas just trying to figure out this homeschooling thing, and are an [...]
Family life can become so busy that we forget to stop and enjoy the blessings of God's provision. Listen to my conversation with Sarah Koontz from Living By Design Ministries and discover the beauty of God's rhythm of rest as we learn what it means to take a sabbath. [...]
How many things have we not attempted and told ourselves, "I'm just not that creative." The truth is, we all have a courageous creative inside of us, and getting beyond our of fears will open those doors to the awe and wonder of our unique and incredible gifts. This interview made me [...]
Planning and goal-setting can propel us productive mamas toward our goals in extraordinary ways, but left unchecked, even the best planner can get wrapped up in "doing," and forget to rest. Listen in on how planning can work for or against you, and the one thing you really need to schedule into [...]
Arlene returns to the podcast to discuss her new book, Parents Rising, a candid and honest look at why parents of this generation seem to have given up authority. We'll talk about practical steps to influence your child in God's ways and how we can fight this culture of entertainment. Connect with [...]
Author, speaker, and homeschool mama of ten, Tricia Goyer encourages you how to be present in your child's day with practical tips on how to be intentional with every sweet moment of motherhood while pursuing our God-given callings. Connect with Tricia www.TriciaGoyer.com Tricia's Podcast: Walk It Out Mentioned in this Episode 40 [...]
If you have experienced suffering after the death of a loved one, this episode is for you. Not all of us fight the same battles of suffering, but pain is still an inescapable reality of life on this earth. The best we can seem to do is band together and support each [...]
Continued from Part 1 of the Home on Purpose series, Trisha Childers give us practical ideas for being more intentional with our stuff and explains how simple baby steps can get us going in the right direction. Sign up for the FREE Home on Purpose Video Course by clicking here ---> https://practicalfamily.org/home-on-purpose. [...]
You don't have to be an "organized" person to be intentional with things in your home. Messy drawers, jumbled closets & piled possessions don't have to be a source of contention in your family. Trisha Childers encourages us to think differently about our stuff because when everything has a purpose, home life [...]
Valentines Day doesn't have to be commercialized in your home. Use this celebration of love to bless your family with love notes of appreciation and memories. Take the time to teach about the love of God in your lives. Family Love Notes Free Valentines Day Cards! Click here or on the image [...]
We all want well-behaved children, but to what lengths will we go to make that happen? Should good behavior even be the goal of good parenting? Author and blogger Jennifer Phillips discusses how we can hold up four particular "idols" that can get in the way of extending grace and truth when [...]
Keeping our aging loved ones connected through technology is often easier said than done. What they need from us is patience, love, and support as they navigate new systems and avenues of communication. Janet Grace Hochberg is a long-time care provider, ministry & community leader on the island of Oahu. Her insight [...]
Embracing simplicity has more to do with perspective than just stuff. Join me and author Katie Bennet to explore some ways we can gain a healthier home life by just switching our perspective. Connect with Katie here: EmbracingaSimplerLife.com 30 Day Scripture Writing Plan 5 Days to a Simpler Life Help for the [...]
Spending time apart can be just as healing as spending time together. Sharing my own experience in our 11-year marriage of what happened when my husband took his own getaway trip. Related Blog Posts