We continue the conversation about race and how to move forward in our communities to educate ourselves and be open to change.
Race education begins in the home. Lucretia Berry and I discuss first steps parents can take to have these important conversations with our kids.
When friendships don’t go as planned, we can fall back on the truth that keeps us trusting the next opportunity.
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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Such a great podcast for parents who desire to raise children to be all God has designed them to be. They also provide links to all of their recommendations and resources! Thank you!
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!
Thank goodness for this podcast! It’s so spirit-filled and REAL! It’s perfect for when I need some answers or affirmation. I just love it! Thank you Jennifer for the work you put into this production! Blessings from the DMV! (DC/Maryland/Virginia area)
I am devouring your podcast! Love them so so so much and grateful I found them through the Dr. Lucretia Berry podcast I first listened to. The topics are so timely for me right now and providing a lot of support and understanding in my own healing journey and also interactions with women as a forty year old lol! Female friendships and relationships can be challenging and your work has been super helpful for me for my own internal work and creating boundaries (and not feeling bad about it) and understanding women interactions in business…I love how your work is rooted in Jesus and scripture. That’s been really helpful and refreshing to listen and learn.
Jenn and Jordan talk about four things that keep us from seeing our own potential, and the practices and people we need to see ourselves clearly.
When you are ready for anything, there is peace that comes instead of panic. Use Kathi Lipp’s essential resource to plan for any crisis.
Jenn and Jordan review four things we tend to do when we’re living in insecurity, caused by comparison, and how to release yourself from that trap.
Help your kids navigate through the dangers of social media, porn and video games with a practical step-by-step system.
Part of realizing our strengths is accepting that we are different… and that is okay. Listen to real moms learning to accept themselves and grow.
Don’t let the fear of missing out (FOMO) keep you from a peaceful home life. Overcome overwhelm by making simple decisions every day.
Join part 2 of my conversation with Amber Lia and Guy Lia, authors of the book Marriage Triggers, and discover healthy ways to respond to your spouse.
If your marriage suffers from lack of communication, affection, or care, you may be dealing with triggers causing you to respond in unhealthy ways.
In this first episode of the Strong Enough Series, Jennifer and Jordan discuss the fear of not being enough, and what this looks like for mothers.
Don’t be afraid to change directions in the new year. Give yourself permission to change priorities by following these three simple steps.