Be Love. Do Good. with Kristi Hayes
Summary: Ever notice how a simple thing can change your life? A simple lunch box note changed ours. A few years ago, my husband wrote a timely message to our son that said: BE STRONG, PROTECT THE WEAK, LOVE EVERYONE. Those words have become our family mission to the world. Each week on Be Love. Do Good. podcast, we will be sharing practical ways to live out this message. You’ll hear tips and ideas, encouraging words, and stories of others who are being love and doing good in their communities in hopes to inspire YOU and your family to love in your own ways! Each week we will be challenged to get out of our comfort zones and love others who are different from us. We truly believe knowing others helps us love well and that any act of love can change the life of another. Join us as we take practical steps to teach our children and families to be love and do good!
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Today I am interviewing Andy Stephenson, my brother! He is an author, family therapist, and Northview Campus Pastor. Along with that, he is a loving husband, father, brother, and son. I promise in this episode you will gain strategies to implement with your children and your family that bring you closer! You will be inspired to take action to make your family’s bond even stronger!
Today I am interviewing Justin Bane who is featured on the new Magnolia Network show the Fieldhouse and the owner of the Fieldhouse Gym.
This week Kristi is recapping her favorite lessons and concepts she will be implementing in her own marriage from her marriage series these last four weeks!
As we wrap up our marriage series I am interviewing Nate and Kaley Klemp, authors of The 80/80 Marriage. Nate is an author, philosopher, life coach, cofounder of LifeXT, mindfulness junky, and an anthropologist of modern marriage. Kaley is a YPO-certified facilitator, executive coach, and guide for executive teams in communication, strategic planning, and conflict resolution. They have been married for 15 years.
Toni Nieuwhof is a family law mediator, former divorce attorney, author, speaker and co-host of the Smart Family Podcast. She has been married to Carey Nieuwhof for over 30 years. Toni tells us how she went from an unhappy marriage to a thriving marriage. She is very vulnerable with her marriage story, which may have seemed hopeless for a time, but was restored.
Today we talk about COMPROMISE. How do you compromise without losing yourself? What is a healthy compromise in a marriage? Why is this one of the most important things to have a healthy, thriving marriage? How can we seek to understand the other person? How do we live our lives putting each other first? No matter if you are newly married, in the middle passage, or have been married over 40 years this episode and series will encourage us to love each other well in our partnerships.
This week we are starting our series on BE. LOVE in your marriages. This week we have the opportunity to bring back Dr. Kelly Flanagan who is answering all of our marriage questions. No matter if you are newly married, in the middle passage, or have been married over 40 years this episode and series will encourage us to love each other well in our partnerships.
Episode 91: Picking Core Values+Making A Mission Statement For Your Life Pt 4
Today is episode 3 of 4 of our series RECOVER and REPLENISH with my friend Jeremy Bedenbaugh, founder of Recreate-Solutions. We talk about knowing yourself and why it is so important to know who we are and why we act the way we do?
This week we are continuing our series on Recover and Replenish for 2021. I have Jeremy Bedenbaugh, founder of Recreate Solutions with me again to talk this week about building a resilient mind. Today we are going to be talking about mindset. How we stay resilient when things we can’t control happen to us. Stick with us these next four weeks. This four week format will be like a master class so make sure you listen to the first episode and listen in order. You can find episode one in this series here:
We wanted to make sure BEFORE we got into goals or intentions for 2021, we looked at last year, took time to review and also recover. This month will feel a little like a master class, with questions and extra resources available each week in our show notes, so make sure you check that out. For this 4 parts series I have my friend Jeremy Bedebaugh joining me, founder of Recreate Solutions who works with leaders from every environment to help them start, get unstuck, and most of all get healthy.
This is a must listen before you get with your people for the holidays. Many of our families and friends are at odds with how to talk to each other about politics, religion; things that can pull us apart. Our guest today, Sarah Anderson, grew up in a family of politics and she wrote this helpful book, The Space Between Us: How Jesus Teaches Us to Live Together When Politics and Religion Pull Us Apart
This week we are continuing our Love Everyone series with Dr. Kelly Flanagan, psychologist and author of the book Loveable: Embracing What is Truest About You, So You Can Embrace Life. Dr. Flanagan is a clinical psychologist and father known to millions for the letters he writes to his children and shares on his blog. Loveable is written to the little one in each of us, who is all too ready to be reminded: you are enough, you are not alone, and you matter.
This week we are interviewing Kristin Andrus. She is a mother of 6 and a social media presence who helps families serve and love others. She talks to us about how to be a family whose DNA it is to serve the community. She gives us very practical ways to serve in this season. We talk about why parents are so important to foster loving and serving others in their children at a young age.