Feathers Season 4 Episode 12: Looking for Lovely Weekend

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In this episode, I share all the fun and lovely from the Looking for Lovely Weekend, hosted by author and speaker Annie F. Downs. Annie was on the podcast in April sharing about her book Looking for Lovely. She hosted a weekend in Nashville to share all the lovely things she wrote about and to celebrate all God has done. It was a blast and I share all the lovely things we got to experience and all it taught me.

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Feathers Season 4 Episode 11 with Jenn Sprinkle: Leaps of Faith and Living Lean

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In this episode, I interview Jenn Sprinkle.

Jenn is a dreamer, a doer and a recovering serial entrepreneur. She is an outgoing introvert and a wanna be secret agent. She has heart to see women free from the fears and insecurities that hold them back from walking in the distinctly designed calling God has on their life.

Jenn is the owner of Jenn Sprinkle Creative (jennsprinkle.com) – a graphic, web and creative strategy studio serving small to medium size businesses. She also is co-founder of The Well Studio (thewellstudio.co)- a faith focused community for dreamers and doers – they are hosting their first retreat this fall called Camp Well (campwellsummit.com)

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Jenn shares her journey from working in the corporate world to taking a leap of faith to her own design business. Along the way her and her husband learn to live a lean life, intentionally available to friends, family, and their surrounding community.

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Feathers Season 4 Episode 10 with Kelly McCorkle Parkison: Surrendering Control and Loving Others

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In this episode, I interview Kelly McCorkle Parkison.

Kelly McCorkle Parkison is a native of South Carolina and currently resides in Tennessee.  A Mass Communications cum laude graduate from North Greenville University, she held the title of Miss South Carolina 2002, earned Top 15 at Miss America, and placed third on the CBS Reality Show, Amazing Race Season 7.  She is now a pastor’s wife and mom to five kids as well as the founder of the LOFT 218 Organization, a ministry to orphans, widows, and sex trafficking victims in India.

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Kelly story begins at her visit to India during the Amazing Race and her declaratio to never return. A year later , she visits for a missions trip. She eventually adopts and then starts a foundation to orphans, widows, and sex trafficking victims in India.

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In their hearts humans plan their course, but the LORD establishes their steps. Proverbs 16:9

Do not merely listen to the word, and so deceive yourselves. Do what it says. James 1:22

“The King will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.’ Matthew 25:40

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Feathers Season 4 Episode 9 with Sarah Parshall Perry: From Full-time Professional to Full-Time Mom

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In this episode, I interview Sarah Parshall Perry.

Sarah Parshall Perry is the author of “Sand in My Sandwich,” and the co-author of “When the Fairy Dust Settles.” She has written on topics ranging from disability and family, to education and the arts, with appearances at Town Hall, CNS News, Daily Caller, and Christianity Today.

Sarah has a law degree from the University of Virginia School of Law, and manages coalitions for the Family Research Council in Washington, DC.

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Sarah shares her journey from full-time professional to full-time mom and the lessons she’s learned along the way.

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And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose. Romans 8:28

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Feathers Season 4 Episode 8 with Sarah Tellis: Human Trafficking and True Justice

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In this episode, I interview Sarah Tellis.

Sarah Tellis is the founder and CEO of True Justice International. She’s also on the North Carolina Human Trafficking commission, appointed by Governor McCrory. She’s been married to her husband Angelo Tellis for the past 21 years and is the mother of three children.

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Sarah shares the story of her responding to the human trafficking crisis in Greece which led to the creation of her foundation True Justice International.

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