Next up on Sweet Talk is Holland Webb, Writer and Lancer at Sweet Fish. In this one, we discuss... - How he adopted two boys as a single man in his late '20s. - The best bathroom he's ever visited out of 25 countries. - Why he switched to freelance work at 40 and hasn't looked back. - That one time the snake almost slipped out into the really nice hotel.
Episode 279 - Stay the Course with Adoptive Dad Holland Webb
Orphans No More - Podcast
“Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute. Speak up and judge fairly; defend the rights of the poor and needy.” Proverbs 31:8-9 Throughout the month of June, we’re featuring adoptive and foster dads on our Orphans No More podcast. This week on episode 279, host Sandra Flach talks with South Carolina adoptive dad, Holland Webb. Holland adopted two young sons who are now twenty and twenty one years old. He’s also coauthor of the book Adventures in Fatherhood—A Devotional. Listen in as Holland shares why he became a single adoptive dad and what he’s learned over the past 17 years raising a bi-racial family. Please be sure to subscribe to the podcast, leave a review, and share it on your social media. Links mentioned in this episode: sandraflach.com justicefororphansny.org Adventures In Fatherhood—A Devotional
Losing a parent at an early age can be traumatic. It can leave a gaping hole, and take years to understand. Holland Webb spent years searching for what was lost, and ultimately as a life mission, has sought to redeem that loss by being that for someone else. Thus began his adoption of two little boys, age 3 and age 4, while himself a single 27-year-old man, which greatly grew his faith in Jesus Christ. His road to personal redemption is remarkable. Currently Holland is a cohost of "The Afterword: A Conversation About the Future of Words and All Things Literary" a podcast, he cohosts with Amy Bowlin. He is also the founder at The Webb Digital Marketing Company, LLC. He has co-authored the book 'Adventures in Fatherhood", with Carlton Hughes.(In this episode he references several books and amazing authors, including Don Miller and Ryan Holiday.)Holland's Website:https://www.hollandwebb.com/The Afterword Podcast:https://www.hollandwebb.com/category/blog/Adventures in Fatherhood:https://www.amazon.com/Adventures-Fatherhood-Devotional-Holland-Webb/A Bible verse that shaped his faith journey: Proverbs 31:8- "Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute."Some of the topics covered in this episode:*growing up without a Father*filling holes from our childhood*single parenting*parenting through the difficult teen years*how Americans are perceived in the Phillippines*working for non-profit companies*International Disability and Development Consortium. https://www.iddcconsortium.net/*cohosting a podcast*challenging our assumptions*missionaries*adoption as a single man*biracial families*fulfilling in others what we lack*caring for parents with dementia------------------------------------------For more everyday extraordinary faith stories:https://lettersfromhomepodcast.com/*FREE APP* Letters From Home Podcast has its own downloadable app., with all of our episodes in one easy place. Search our podcast name in the Apple APP store, and in the Google Play store. All free!To suggest a story that must be told, yours or someone else’s, let’s chat. Also, we would love to support you in email@example.comTo join our Facebook Group for bonus live stories and convos:https://www.facebook.com/groups/3475957805750898For one splashy bright monthly Letters From Home Newsletterhttps://lettersfromhomepodcast.com/newsletter/To check out our YouTube channel:https://youtube.com/channel/UC_SR3ltt5p1w-hzjvGX5vag?view_as=subscriber/Ways to help Letters From Home make better content & and reach more people: here are our prayer requests & a giving link:https://lettersfromhome.com/support/We r on Instagram, iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, Google, iHeartRadio and all of the places podcasts live :)... all you need to do is type in ‘Letters From Home Podcast’ and it should pop right up.Become a Patron!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/bePatron?u=32455563" data-patreon-widget-type="become-patron-button">Become a Patron!
EYFPodcast-Exercising your faith as a Dad. It's an adventure in fatherhood with Holland Webb.
EYFPodcast Exercise Your Faith
We often think that heroes need an S on their chest or ride around in a Fire truck. Holland Webb is one such hero but he doesn't have a cape nor does he pal around with the super heroes at the bat cave. Holland is hero because he stepped out into the unknown and rescued two kids who didn't have a father and became a dad to them. He usually writes about others stories but has launched a really great set of stories called "Adventures in Fatherhood" with fellow author Carlton Hughes. In it Holland shares the adventures good and bad that have come with raising two kids on his own. Holland shares his insights into fatherhood and in doing so will help you on your path to becoming a better dad. Enjoy our time together here at the EYFPodcast. To purchase his book https://www.amazon.com/Adventures-Fatherhood-Devotional-Holland-Webb/dp/1546014969/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=holland+webb&qid=1590707851&sr=8-1
The Power Of Words - Episode 154 - Featuring Amy Bowlin & Holland Webb
The Marc Jeffrey Show
SOOOOO my podcasting friends how the frickin hell are you? I have a awesome episode for you this week, featuring Amy Bowlin & Holland Webb from the Afterword Podcast. These guys are from South Carolina and their amazing podcast looks into words and the conversation about the future of words. I had a great time with these guys chatting about Climate, Religion, Racism and what all round makes them tick..... please check out their podcast : www.theafterwordpodcast.com ohhh and dont forget to drop me an email and just chat, tell me what you think firstname.lastname@example.org
Kingdom Over Coffee Podcast - Ep 54 - Holland Webb and Carlton Hughes
Kingdom Over Coffee Podcast
We all know that Fatherhood is important, but what kind of encouragement do fathers need? Two men with different experiences in fatherhood joined forces to write a devotional to help fathers through the journey. Listen to this great discussion on what fathers need in community and support.