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How to Have a Hard Conversation

Heart of the Matter Radio Podcast

Release Date: 02/21/2020

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Welcome to Heart of the Matter Radio/Podcast. In this episode, hostess, , shared a short but fascinating snippet of history you might not know.  What if you got thirsty and had no refrigerator and no grocery store? Join us in this interesting blog.

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Welcome to another episode of Heart of the Matter Radio/Podcast. This week we featured , a mental health specialist as we discussed the impact of hospitality. She pointed out how much we need deep interactions with other people, especially after the isolation of the pandemic. Dr. Mel also shared tips on making your home open to others. Join us for this interesting conversation.

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Welcome to the next episode of Heart of the Matter Radio/Podcast. Discover fascinating details about the language of fans and communicate 'cool' this summer. 

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Welcome to Heart of the Matter Radio/Podcast. In this episode we remember the life of army nurse .

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Welcome to the Heart of the Matter Radio/Podcast. Today's guest dove into the profound impact of a grandmother, reflecting on the spiritual and emotional guidaance grandmas offer. Special guest, author Carole Leathem, shared a touching personal experience about a grandmother who was a pillar of stability in her chaotic childhood. Carole offered touching insights into the valuable teaching a grandmother can have. Join us for a heartwarming story.

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Welcome to a special episode for Mother's Day. We are celebrating the influential role of mothers in our lives, reflecting the lessons and legacy they left behind. My guest this week was who is an author, speaker, teacher, and literary agent. She shared heartwarming memories from her mother, Nancy Brown Jennings Norris. Her reflections paint a vivid portrait of a dedicated mother, teacher, community leader, and loving wife who profoudly impacted her children's lives.

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Welcome to another Heart of the Matter Radio/Podcast. In this episode, we chatted about the complex emotions surrounding abortion like fear of God's retribution. Camille Cates was my guest. She related the dramatic story of her unplanned preganancies and her choice to abort. Camille opened up about her deep seated pain and guilt. She explained the difference in Biblical grief verses worldly sorrow. Join our conversation and discover peace through God's mercy.

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Heart of the Matter Radio returns after a short vacation. In this episode Cynthia chats with Author . Deborah just completed a book called, Bloom in Your Winter Season which covers women of the Bible who excelled once their kids were grown.  Deborah quoted Babbie Mason who said "God doesn't stamp an expiration date on you." Join us as we discuss creative ways to continue serving God. 

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In this special episode for Women's History Month, we offer a snippet on the life of a remarkable woman from the Reformation: Katrina von Bora who married Martin Luther, the Reformer. Cynthia has written more about Katie's life in the , Women Who Overcame.

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In this riveting podcast, Cynthia explores the problem of the wayward child. As Cynthia opened the interview, she related the story of Susannah Wesley and her prodigal child. Afterward, she asked her to share the struggles she faced when her daughter made poor choices. The ladies discussed the gut-wrenching pain of letting go and trusting God. Join Cynthia and Deborah as they shared how they found hope in the middle of pain.

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The Bible says to speak the truth in love, and my guest this week offers ways to do that. Lori Roeleveld wrote The Art of Hard Conversations.