Taylor drove all the way to Liv's house to record this episode in her home studio. The kick off the show with Chicken Soup for the Schroll: sharing stories of times that God did something awesome for them in their childhood/teen years. They talk about the importance of remembering and sharing what God has done in your life. Kathryn Whitaker was also in studio and Taylor had a bone to pick with her :) But they the three of them shared some things that are anchors or foundations for them as people that keep them strong during even the toughest of times. To close out the show, Taylor tries a segment about how salvation would work in the multiverse and Liv wanted nothing to do with it. So Taylor tried to pivot and talk about death bed conversions, especially for people who did horrible things and Liv didn't like that idea either lolol. Super fun episode that we really hope you enjoy! We definitely all did being together in the studio :) Subscribe/Rate Never miss out on the craziness of each episode by hitting the subscribe button RIGHT NOW! Help other people find the show and #MakeCatholicismFunAgain by taking a few moments to leave a review in your podcasting app. Thanks! Connect 🎉Twitter: @taylorschroll & @fortecatholic 🎉Instagram: @taylorschroll 💖Twitch: Twitch.tv/fortecatholic Donate Forte Catholic is a 501c3 non-profit organization. Support the work with a tax-deductible donation here. Thanks! https://www.fortecatholic.com/donate Deals Libertas Alive Gear ForteCatholic.com/alive for 15% off Taylor's current favorite Catholic shirts and outerwear! Get your own so you can finally look cool. Catholic Balm Co. ForteCatholic.com/beard for 11% off your next order of anything you've ever need for your beard, lips or skin. Sock Religious ForteCatholic.com/socks for 15% off your next order of the best socks around. All music used on the show is by Brandon “BeTheSymbol” Morel. Find his music at bethesymbol.com. Episode art by Rebekah GerhartSpecial Guest: Kathryn Whitaker.Sponsored By:Ave Explores: It can sometimes be hard to find fresh, engaging, and practical ways to learn about the Catholic faith that feel relevant to your daily life. That’s why Ave Maria Press launched its Ave Explores initiative, to help nourish your faith in ways that are meaningful to you. Check out the Ave Explores podcast hosted by Katie Prejean McGrady and make sure to SUBSCRIBE so that you don’t miss any of the new and exciting content. You can also sign up for ALL of the free content at AveMariaPress.com or by following @AveMariaPress on social media. The new season on the Catholic family launches August 17. Select International Tours: Find all the great trips to holy sites across the world that were mentioned on the show here. Sign up for a trip today!Support Forte Catholic
Market Leaders Podcast: "Listening, learning and applying lessons" with Kathryn Whitaker
Market Leaders Podcast
Many of us wish to see changes in the management and improvement of our community, but only a courageous few decide to take matters into their own hands by running for office. In this episode, Kathryn Whitaker, Chief Marketing Officer at Burr & Forman, talks with David Ackert about the interesting and inspiring career journey she has embarked on over the past few years. Tune in to hear Kathryn discuss her 2020 campaign for the South Carolina State Senate, and the lessons and learnings she gleaned from her experience.
On this episode Catholic author and speaker Kathryn Whitaker joins us on the podcast. We have been friends for many years and are thrilled to have Kathryn here. We talk about the life changing NICU stay with her 5th child Luke, parenting, trusting God, and loving others during a difficult time in our country. To hear more of Kathryn's story check out her book "Live Big, Love Bigger: Getting real with BBQ, Sweet Tea, and A Whole Lotta Jesus". You can find Kathryn on her blog www.kathrynwhitaker.net or on Instagram @kathrynwhitakertx--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hisbelovedoftexas/message
Adding State Senate to An Already-Full Plate with Kathryn Whitaker
But Not All At Once
Meet Kathryn Whitaker, a wife and working mom who reads the same headlines and faces the same daily struggles most of us do. In perhaps the busiest season of a woman's life, and definitely the weirdest year any of us has faced, Kathryn has added a new challenge to her plate: running for South Carolina Senate.But Not All At Once hasn't become a political podcast; this isn't a stump speech. Instead, I'm here to ask the hard-hitting questions like: Huh? Why now? And most of all, with two children and a full-time job, how?Kathryn reminds us of the value of supportive family, the power of discourse even when we disagree, and the importance of delegating. She and I also discuss the not-running-for-Senate level baby steps we can take to shape our communities for the better.Whether you're in Kathryn's Lowcountry district or not, you can keep an eye on her campaign at KathrynforSenate.com or @kathrynforsenate on Instagram.Wherever you live, check on your voter registration status and get 2020 voting details at usa.gov/register-to-vote or scvotes.org here in South Carolina.
#023 Kathryn Whitaker (on Balancing Passion and Purpose)
DailyJO by John Oberg
Join us as Kathryn Whitaker; blogger, speaker and author, shares about balancing passion and purpose. From being called to the Principal’s office as an adult, to social media blunders, launching a book while being a parent of six, and taking us into the Whitehouse press pool, we know you will laugh and cry during this episode. Kathryn inspires us to make time for the things we love, and live a “hell yes!” kind of life. If you enjoy our podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in helping us get great content to great people! Contact us for professional services at JohnOberg.com Find our resources at DailyJo.com Interested in sponsoring the podcast? Email us! Follow John Oberg at: Twitter: twitter.com/johnpoberg Instagram: instagram.com/johnpoberg Facebook: facebook.com/johnobergcompanies Live Radio Show: Tuesdays 8am CT stationhead.live/shfm Thanks for listening!
Discernment for Converts and Rolling with the Punches feat. Kathryn Whitaker
Called and Caffeinated
“Maybe you should start putting your life into two categories: a no or a hell yes.” Many times I've wondered, "When do things stop changing? When do I get to stop re-adjusting and just be?" The answer is, never. Kathryn Whitaker, mom of six and author of Live Big, Love Bigger, has incredible perspective on coping when plans change. As a mom of six children, one of whom has dealt with ongoing health issues, and in dealing with health issues herself, Kathryn is a bastion of resilience and hope. We also dive into her conversion and how she learned to hear God's calls as a Protestant youngster. I feel like Catholics can learn so much from the way many of our Protestant brothers and sisters listen for God's voice as though he wants to speak to them personally....because he does! Topics Discussed “Attitude readjustment hour:” How-to How to course-correct faster every time plans change Building resilience Prioritizing in busy family life Resources Live Big, Love Bigger by Kathryn Whitaker FREE God's Adventure Awaits Summit July 31-Aug 2- Register here! This episode is sponsored by Guadalupe Roastery, a family-owned Catholic coffee company whose mission is to produce exceptional coffee and support fair wages for South American coffee farmers (most only make $5-7 per day!) You can score 10% off the most delicious coffee using code CAFFEINATED10. Visit www.guadaluperoastery.com and be an agent for positive change!
Sure. Texas is known for barbeque, cattle, land, cowboys, football, and BIG personalities! What most people don’t know is just how different each part of Texas is from each other. The cities are filled with restaurants, museums, theater, and sporting events. The rural spots are packed with hometown parades, fishing holes, mom & pop establishments, and everybody knowing everybody. Something else that is shocking is the dialect of Texan that is spoken throughout the state. A true Texan can hear an accent and tell you where someone is from in the state. East Texas does not sound like West Texas and people from the cities often have no accent at all. This week features my favorite West Texas gal, Kathryn Whitaker. From the moment she says anything, I feel at home. Not because I’m from West Texas, but because I went to college there. We did a “freaky Friday”. I left the city and went to the panhandle and she left the panhandle and went to…well College Station. Pour a glass of sweet tea (although I love unsweet), crack open a Dr. Pepper, or just get a nice cold one out of the fridge. This conversation will lead you deeper into the charm that everyone loves about Kathryn. The best part is everyone is gonna learn something about her that they didn’t already know…I guarantee it. Two words to describe this fascinating story: JOHNNY FOOTBALL P.S. Make sure to catch Kathryn Tuesday, June 30th from 3-4 EST on SIRIUSXM Channel 129 with her very own special! FB: Kathryn Whitaker IG: kwhitaker96 You Tube: Kathryn Whitaker Blog: teamwhitaker.org Web: linktr.ee/kwhitaker96 Book: Live Big, Love Bigger (also available in audiobook) Follow Liv: 🎉Instagram: @thelivharrison 🎉Twitter: @thelivharrison 🎉Facebook: @thelivharrison Talk To Me Podcast: 🎵 iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/talk-to-me-with-liv-harrison/id1515198165 🎵 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2XPNIZI3OuMN6kHnchvT7v?si=njN5snY-SsaSzXskjqih3g 🎵 Fireside: https://open.spotify.com/show/1ZiCiNAg9c9vaAuKdKuX2C?si=9uAB6FuDSpejZNOIve3xjQ Subscribe/Rate Never miss out on the craziness of each episode by hitting the subscribe button RIGHT NOW! Help other people find the show and by sharing this episode on your social media. Thanks! Music Glitter Blast by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4707-glitter-blast License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Wallpaper by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4604-wallpaper License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ A Forte Catholic production. https://www.fortecatholic.comSpecial Guest: Kathryn Whitaker.
On Ash Wednesday, February 26, Judy Comeaux talked with Kathryn Whitaker, Catholic author, blogger, speaker, and freelance graphic designer, about her book, Live Big, Love Bigger. Kathryn wants the book to let people know that they are loved, right where and how they are at that time in their life, no matter the state. She told her personal story that led her to write the book, and opened up about her faith journey and life as a Catholic woman and mother in general. Listen to this episode to be inspired by her desire to glorify Jesus in her daily life! Remember, when choosing between the values of heaven and the values of earth, always round up!
Popular blogger Kathryn Whitaker is a Dr Pepper super fan, Aggie-loving, type A mom of six with a personality the size of her native Texas. The stressful premature birth of her fifth child threw her orderly world into chaos and ultimately led her to rethink her priorities. In Live Big, Love Bigger, Whitaker shares her journey and challenges readers to understand that they, too, can live a life of authenticity with joy-filled purpose, love, and faith. Along the way, she’ll help readers see that choosing to say no is the only way they’ll be able to say yes to what matters most—Jesus.It’s not every family who would plan a week-long Texas barbecue pilgrimage for a family of eight, much less expand the idea to a multi-month quest to experience the state, eat amazing food, and visit some awesome religious sites along the way. But Whitaker did it—when she decided imperfect family road trips trumped a vacation at a luxury resort. “Barbecue encouraged us to hit the road, while Jesus met us at every single stop along the way—proof that he loves brisket as much as we do, right?”Ditching the fancy vacation was one way Whitaker learned to give up control and say no to perfectionism and over-achievement in order to live a new, more intentional life and discover what God truly has in store for her family.Whitaker’s sassy authenticity will make readers laugh—and cry—while encouraging them to be honest about mistakes in every area of their life, embrace them, and find a way to let God redeem it all.