Today we will hear a question from one of our listeners, asking how we recommend she cope with a big change in her life. We are so excited to start this new component of our show and would love for you to join in! Visit our Facebook page and let us know what challenges you are trying to overcome in your life. We’d love to feature you on our show!
Susan and Jaclyn are back with Mountains are for Moving! This episode, the hosts share their experience as working moms and how to deal with “mom guilt.” Jaclyn has re-launched her career as a Marriage and Family Therapist and Susan has lots of exciting developments with Austin Angels.
A must listen before Super Bowl Sunday! Juliana Williams, Program Manager at In Our Backyard, shares about the realities of Human Trafficking in our nation and how you can help, right now in just a few seconds. I hope you join the Thunderclap this Super Bowl Sunday!
Listen to our first LIVE episode with our very special guest, Jen Hatmaker, as we fundraise for Austin Angels on Giving Tuesday! We talk about New Year’s Resolutions and the amazing things that can happen when you follow your dreams. You will also hear interviews with a young man whose life has been greatly impacted by Austin Angels and two former foster parents. Thank you for listening! Please donate to Austin Angels today!
A very special thanks to Greg Meyers for composing the original music for our podcast. Check-out his amazing work at: http://gregmyerscomposer.com
Please make sure to “like” us on Facebook and follow us on Instagram @mountainsareformoving
Thank you for supporting us and all of the courageous and inspiring guests we have had on the show. Share this with your friends to help spread the word!
Put your tissues away for this one and be prepared to laugh! This episode is a breath of fresh air that will revive your spirit. Jaclyn and Susan take a step back to reflect on the motivation for creating this podcast and have fun chatting about what inspires them. In this episode, you’ll hear about some amazing books that will change your life, music that will uplift your soul, and tv shows that are just plain awesome.
*Be advised, this content may not be suitable for children.*
Krista Wilbur, author of the book Four Letter Words, shares her story of healing and hope after surviving the pain of sexual trauma. This episode will be eye-opening, tear-jerking but surprising very uplifting. For all of us, this is an opportunity to understand more about this phenomenon that is affecting 1 in 3 girls and 1 in 6 boys. We are also given insights on how to detect whether this could be happening to a child we know. Krista is a beautiful picture of wisdom, strength and compassion. We are so honored to have had her on our show. You can follow her on her blog at: www.kristaonpurpose.com .
Contact Krista: firstname.lastname@example.org
Like what you’re hearing?? Please leave us a review on iTunes! This will help us to be promoted by them so that more listeners like you can be inspired!
Want to be a guest? Go to MountainsAreForMoving.com for more info.
**Thank you again to our sponsor, Creation Curve Leadership. Get your FREE Values-Based Planner at CreationCurve.com/compass**
This week, Jaclyn Snyder shares her family’s journey through the adoption process. She and her husband weren’t sure which route was best for them, there were so many options to choose from: foster-to-adopt, international, domestic, boy/girl, special needs… The list goes on. This is a story about not having all of the answers but moving forward, one step at a time. We hope this episode inspires you to throw fear to the wayside and to move toward your calling, even if you don’t have it all figured out yet.
This week, Jaclyn Snyder shares her family’s journey through the adoption process. She and her husband weren’t sure which route was best for them, there were so many options to choose from: foster-to-adopt, international, domestic, boy/girl, special needs… The list goes on. This is a story about not having all of the answers but moving forward regardless, one step at a time. We hope this episode inspires you to throw fear to the wayside and to move toward your calling, even if you don’t have it all figured out yet.
Questions? Concerns? General Encouragement? Email Jaclyn at email@example.com.
What would it be like to ditch Corporate America and follow your heart’s calling? Susan Ramirez cares deeply about foster kids. She cares so much that she accidentally on-purpose left Corporate America to start the non-profit, Austin Angels. Follow her story as she struggles to find her true identity by leaving behind every measure of success that once defined her. **We have to warn you, there are a couple of swear words in this episode (sh*t and p*ssed).** We should also probably tell you that you’ll need a box of tissues handy.
Mountains are for Moving is where we tell stories about ordinary people doing extraordinary things. As you can tell from listening to Episode 0, we’re REALLY excited about this and the shenanigans have already begun! My cohost, Susan Ramirez, is hilarious and also the founder of Austin Angels– a nonprofit dedicated to changing the lives of foster kids. I can’t wait to share her story in our very first episode. Whether you’ve heard about this amazing nonprofit organization or not, you are going to LOVE our first podcast episode! Subscribe! Oh, and make sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Instagram @MountainsAreForMoving to stay up to date and for general inspiration throughout your week.