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Episode 66: Getting Real and Living Toxin-Free with Lifestyle Blogger Margaret Matheny

Hey friend, how are you? Seriously, have you asked yourself this question lately? What have you been watching? Which voices have you been listening to? Have you paused to consider what you might be believing about yourself? It’s fun to run out and buy all natural oils and products, but living a real, healthy, toxin-free life goes […]

Episode 65: “Flourishing” with Pastor and Podcast Host Avery Forrest

Has God ever called you to do something and you made every excuse to get out of it? He made no mistake when He asked you and yes, He meant you. Pastor and podcast host Avery Forrest has experienced this firsthand. As a college athlete God lead her off of the soccer field and into full-time […]

Episode 64: Muscle Shoals Song Rooms and Songwriters Festival Founder Lillian Glanton

Raised in the Muscle Shoals area and a songwriter herself,  Lillian Glanton had a vision to design a songwriting space where she could collaborate with co-writers in the Hit Capital of the World. After being an American Idol finalist in 2016 she brought her passion for music back to her community and created the Muscle Shoals Songwriters […]

Episode 62: “Answers to Questions” with Indie Artist with Logan Pilcher

Indie Artist Logan Pilcher found solace in creativity at a young age. Never fitting into the academia mold, his family encouraged him to pursue art— something for which he’d already shown aptitude and passion. It was a disciple in that pervaded every aspect of his life. From that moment forward, Logan never stopped to consider […]

Episode 61: “To the Ends of the Earth” with Thailand Missionary Whitney Lawson

North Carolina native Whitney Lawson is one of six members of the ‘The Crazy Lawson Tribe’. This is the self-given name she and her family lovingly began calling themselves when they said ‘yes’ to a wild international adventure with Jesus. Chris, Whitney, and their four beautiful daughters have been serving in Thailand as missionaries for […]