39 Podcast Episodes
Latest 18 Mar 2023 | Updated Daily
Myth-Busting: Myths Around Success with Mary Marantz
The Going Scared Podcast with Jessica Honegger
The myth of momentum and success can be crippling. In this conversation with Mary and Jessica, we uncover the realizations that success is not what we're called to and we can actually go a lot further when we plan rest into the journey. At some point, you have to surrender that myth of success and learn to redefine it. We only move into significance when we turn that filter outward and concede the old stories we've told about ourselves.
16 Nov 2022
026: Embracing Slow Growth In An Overachieving World with Mary Marantz
Confident Woman Podcast with Amanda Pittman
How do you embrace slow growth in a microwave generation?Listen in on my conversation with author, speaker and podcaster Mary Marantz as we talk about being how to overcome perfectionism and make meaning in the everyday moments. Visit Mary's Website: www.marymarantz.comMary's Book: Slowgrowthequalsstrongroots.comWhat's Your Achiever Type? Take the Quiz: Achieverquiz.comFollow Nicole: https://www.instagram.com/marymarantz Follow Confident Woman Co. on Instagram: www.instagram.com/confidentwomancoJoin the Confident Woman Community: www.confidentwomanco.comAmanda's Instagram: www. instagram.com/amandaapittmanAmanda's Website: www.amandaapittman.com
27 Sep 2022
093: Letting God Use Your Story with Mary Marantz
The Living Room with Joanna Weaver
“If God can create His proudest creation from mud, what can He do with the mud in our lives?” Have you ever felt disqualified by your origin story? Or perhaps driven to prove that you’re better than your past? In today’s episode, Mary Marantz shares how God has helped her navigate the broken pieces of her story and to approach it with compassion rather than judgment or bitterness, resentment or regret. We dive into her memoir, Dirt: Growing Strong Roots in What Makes the Broken Beautiful, but also her newest book, Slow Growth Equals Strong Roots: Finding Grace, Freedom and Purpose in an Over-Achieving World. No matter what your story has been, God wants to redeem it for your good and His glory. There is so much good stuff in this episode. I hope you’ll share it with a friend. Important Takeaways from Show In making peace with our pasts, we take the muddy, the hard, the broken, and the beautiful and ask God to help us see it through the lens of grace. We can stop holding our present prisoner to the things we think we must do in order to count. Generational chains can break without the severing of ties as we honor the roots, strengthen them, and grow new fruit. The things you thought were shattered are mere reflections of light, love, and beauty. Achieving can start to feel like oxygen, it is something we feel like we need in order to survive. If we try to rush the process that God is taking us through, we only produce shallow roots that easily break-the slower growth equals the strongest roots. Significance is not about us; it is simply taking the gifts God has given us to serve and love others. We often think, “if I don’t work for it, I don’t deserve it,” but God’s love says “let it be easy, let it be light” “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.” Matthew 11:28-30 Links from Show Dirt: Growing Strong Roots in What Makes the Broken Beautiful Mary’s Newest Book: Slow Growth Equals Strong Roots: Finding Grace, Freedom and Purpose in an Over-Achieving World Justin Kendrick – “The Spirit-Led Life” Joanna’s New Book: Embracing Trust: The Art of Letting Go and Holding On to a Forever-Faithful God [Disclosure: I make a small commission from affiliate links used in this post.] Connect with Mary Marantz Website | Instagram | Facebook
31 Aug 2022
233 Mary Marantz // Slow Growth Strong Roots
It's Time For Coffee
Join your friend Jeanette as she sits down once again with author Mary Marantz. Mary has a new book out called Slow Growth Equals Strong Roots: Finding grace, freedom and purpose in an overachieving world. Listen in as Jeanette and Mary discuss the shiny, overt “growth” versus a slow, meaningful and developing growth that will last. How will you use your growth, gifts and experience to help those around you and improve the world we live in? Links from today's show: Grab Mary’s Book https://amzn.to/3qrsiqR HOW TO SAVE THE WORLD BOOK https://www.navpress.com/p/how-to-save-the-world/9781641584654 Listen to the Moms At Work Podcast https://link.chtbl.com/momsatwork Join our email community https://bit.ly/3FUVvzG
24 Aug 2022
Making Room for Slow Growth with Mary Marantz
Faith School Podcast
We don’t like slow growth. We like fast paced, smooth sailing, and abundant growth. We like achievements and we like them NOW. Especially as Christians we are after a certain image to tell the world that we are perfectly put together on behalf of the gospel. But what if growth and sanctification was a slow, gentle process. A steady smoothing out of our edges and flaws being made new by a good, gracious God. Today’s conversation with Mary Marantz explores making room for slow growth. Resources:Slow Growth Equals Strong Roots by Mary MarantzDirt by Mary MarantzAwake by Anjuli PaschallWhat's Here Now? by Jeanne StevensWhen Strivings Cease by Ruth Chou SimonsThe Power of Place by Daniel Gotheachieverquiz.comConnect with Mary:marymarantz.comYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-UdzJ9w-UFPv0cYPF9Le2wIG: @marymarantzConnect with Faith School: YouTube Channel: Faith School IG: @leah.rempel and @faithschoolpod leahrempel.com
2 Aug 2022
Mary Marantz: When Patience is a Struggle
In today's episode we are talking with Mary Marantz, author of Slow Growth Equals Strong Roots. Join Kelli as they dive into a discussion about her book, the idea of patience in the process and how you don't have to achieve your way to worth.
27 Jun 2022
What If Our Weakness Is Our Biggest Strength?: Natalie Grant & Mary Marantz
Jesus Calling: Stories of Faith
Maybe you’ve discovered yourself so aware of your apparent weaknesses that you couldn’t imagine how your weaknesses could be strengths. Throw in things like financial difficulties, an unexpected diagnosis, or loss of someone close to you, and it’s easy to think that life is nothing more than different shades of failure. Moments like these invite us to hear Jesus’ words to Paul in 2 Corinthians 12:9: “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.” Our guests this week know weakness in its various forms. Natalie Grant faced big hurdles to becoming a successful, award winning Christian musician only to find herself battling thyroid cancer in her forties. Would cancer take away her ability to sing—and if it did, was that really what defined her? Author and speaker Mary Marantz is grateful for what her childhood in rural West Virginia taught her, and carried on the ethic passed on to her from the hard-working logging community where her father made ends meet. In writing her story, Mary hopes that others will find themselves in some of the struggles she had, and that they may also find their weakness might be their biggest strength. Links, Products, and Resources Mentioned: Jesus Calling Podcast Jesus Calling Jesus Always Jesus Listens Past interview: Emily Ley Upcoming interview: Janine Urbaniak Reid 2 Corinthians 12:9 NIV Natalie Grant thyroid cancer Truth 4Him Avalon Bernie Herms Jesus Calling for kids www.nataliegrant.com Mary Marantz Yale Law School Slow Growth Equals Strong Roots Dirt Pearl S. Buck www.marymarantz.com Interview Quotes: “I began to notice when I would sing, there was something that happened in the atmosphere and I could tell it was deeper than just a song and a voice.” - Natalie Grant “I think that God is consistently calling us to small steps of obedience. And when we choose to say yes in the small, it's often when people begin to trust us with the big.” - Natalie Grant “Oftentimes in my own life of faith, my experience is that God asks for the yes before He gives the details.” - Natalie Grant ”I can remember being very little, being four or five, and feeling like I knew God as the best friend. He was the green of the grass down to the very pigment. He was a bird stepping into flight. He was the feel of cold, hard ground. How when you broke it up in your hands, you couldn't forget how it felt. He was color and freedom and fire and dirt.” - Mary Marantz “We might know or get a glimpse of where we're headed when we're little, but we're not ready for it until there's time.” - Mary Marantz ___ Enjoy watching these additional videos from Jesus Calling YouTube channel: Audio Playlist: https://bit.ly/2PrbuwH Video Playlist: https://bit.ly/2PsmEkJ What’s Good? Playlist: https://bit.ly/3i7VUlZ ___ Connect with Jesus Calling Instagram Facebook Twitter Pinterest YouTube Jesus Calling Website
26 May 2022
Mary Marantz on Slow Growth Equals Strong Roots
Pub Date with Allison Trowbridge
Pub Date is a podcast dedicated to the love of books, and the authors who bring them into the world! In today’s episode, Copper CEO & founder, Allison Trowbridge, sits down with best-selling author, photographer, and podcaster, Mary Marantz! Her new book ‘Slow Growth Equals Strong Roots: Finding grace, freedom, and purpose in an overachieving world’ launched into the world this week, and wow– what a helpful, inspiring, and peace-bringing new work.You may know Mary from her incredibly powerful first book, ‘Dirt’. But, listen in to learn even more about Mary’s amazing journey of growing up in a trailer to everything she’s achieved now– and most importantly, why ‘achievement’ isn’t even the point. Today’s episode is for you if you identify as an overachiever! Listening in will have you feeling more relaxed and secure in your inherent worth, outside of your accomplishments– even as you continue to live out your purpose and chase big dreams. This episode is full of reminders that we can all use in this hustle-filled world!You can get your copy of Mary’s new book here, and you can follow Mary on social media at @marymarantz. Learn more about Copper Books by clicking here, and follow @copper.books and your host @alliebridge on Instagram!
3 May 2022
124. Slow Growth Equals Strong Roots with Mary Marantz
Here's Where It Gets Interesting
In this episode, author Mary Marantz joins Sharon to talk about Mary’s new book, Slow Growth Equals Strong Roots. Together, Sharon and Mary touch on important topics like perseverance, education, and extending gentleness to each other and our own selves. Our egos want to keep us safe, but when we continuously operate from a place of safety, taking risks can feel too scary. Ultimately, slow growth equals strong roots means that, when a tipping point day comes in our lives, we have worked hard to grow our character and foundation to meet new challenges with strength and success. Growth and hard work doesn’t happen like a movie montage with a good soundtrack, it takes a lifetime. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
2 May 2022
Slow Growth Equals Strong Roots with Mary Marantz
In addition to Daylight Savings Time legislation passing (HOORAY!) we're delighted to introduce you to our guest on the podcast today, Mary Marantz. Get ready for a rich conversation about the expectations of others and our "who" being more important than our "do". Mary's new devotional, Slow Growth Equals Strong Roots is a huge help to every achiever facing the internal turmoil of feeling like nothing is ever enough.Mary grew up in a trailer in rural West Virginia. The first of her family to go to college, she went on to earn a master's degree in moral philosophy and a law degree from Yale. After turning down six-figure-salary law firm offers in London and New York and starting a business with her husband, Justin, together they have gone on to build a successful online education platform for thousands of creative entrepreneurs worldwide. The best selling author of Dirt (an ECPA finalist for Memoir of the Year), Mary is also the host of the highly ranked podcast The Mary Marantz Show, which debuted in the iTunes Top 200. She and Justin live in a 1880s fixer-upper by the sea in New Haven, Connecticut, with their two very fluffy golden retrievers, Good Speed and Atticus. Take Mary's quiz: What's your achiever type? www.achieverquiz.com You can also learn more about her devotional - get a copy for you and a friend! You won't regret it!
17 Mar 2022