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Living a Redeemed Life Podcast

Living a Redeemed Life is a podcast dedicated to encouraging all who listen to live in the redemption found in Jesus.
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Jul 29, 2016

Living a Redeemed Life is a podcast dedicated to encouraging all who listen to live in the redemption found in Jesus every day. 

Amy Boyd is my guest today and it was another wonderful Southern gal chat! We talked about family, writing, health and fitness, and books we're reading. Amy encourages us to daily choose grace over guilt.

Jul 22, 2016

Living a Redeemed Life is a podcast dedicated to encouraging all who listen to live in the redemption found in Jesus every day. 

In today's episode, Carmen Horne shares your call to write and her transition into life coaching. She encourages us all to pursue hope, to survive and thrive, and to look for where God is working all around us. Carmen is a Southern gal too, so it felt like we were just sittin' on the porch and having a good ole chat!

Jul 15, 2016

Living a Redeemed Life is a podcast dedicated to encouraging all who listen to live in the redemption found in Jesus every day. 

Today's guest is Susan Mead, an author and life coach. Susan has experienced one of the deepest griefs of life and has an encouraging message to share with all she meets.

Jul 8, 2016

Living a Redeemed Life is a podcast dedicated to encouraging all who listen to live in the redemption found in Jesus every day. 

In today's episode, Carrie Lorfano shares her story of being a homeschooling mom, how she started reading the Bible five years ago, and how she has pursued a healthier lifestyle.

Jul 1, 2016

Living a Redeemed Life is a podcast dedicated to encouraging all who listen to live in the redemption found in Jesus every day. 

Joanne Viola is my guest today and we enjoyed talking about our grandchildren and families, writing, and Joanne's work with The Lulu Tree.

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