Prey Tell: Why We Silence Women Who Tell the Truth (Conversation with Tiffany Bluhm) - KR 172
Kingdom Roots with Scot McKnight
The soil of toxic cultures can produce the most serious of offensives. Tiffany Bluhm has a deep understanding of the cultural and spiritual narratives that silence women and illuminate the devastating emotional, financial, and social impact of silence in the face of injustice. Scot McKnight and Tiffany explore how to navigate cultural challenges when facing the truth that needs to be said. With honesty and strength, the stories of how women have overcome silence to expose the truth about their ministry and professional leaders--and the backlash they so often face. In so doing, she empowers others to speak up against abuses of power.Purchase Prey Tell book on Amazon* - https://amzn.to/3cCmgwv *amazon affiliate link
531: Tiffany Bluhm: Why We Silence Women Who Tell The Truth
The Shameless Mom Academy
Tiffany Bluhm is the author of She Dreams, Never Alone, and her newest book Prey Tell: Why We Silence Women Who Tell the Truth and How Everyone Can Speak Up. She is a sought after speaker, writer, and podcast co-host of the popular podcast Why Tho, a show answering the existential and nonsensical questions we ask ourselves, with author and speaker, Ashley Abercrombie. She speaks at conferences and events around the world, and her work has been featured in World Vision Magazine, TODAY Parents, the Hallmark Channel, The Jenny McCarthy Show, and more. She was named a Woman to Watch in 2018 by Premier Media. Tiffany leads an engaged audience online around women’s issues, identity, and faith. As a minority, immigrant woman with a interracial family, she is passionate about women’s equality, justice, and dignity. Listen in to hear Tiffany share: How she operates at the intersection of women and justice Why women are disposable vs men are indispensable How white women’s proximity to power makes them complicit in many cases The important difference between women being nice and being kind How systems have been intentionally architected to oppress and silence women How WOC are silenced in ways white women are not The difference between fighting for power vs fighting for equality How we are all passive vs active enabling of abuse and oppression Specific ways you can help start breaking down systems of oppression Links mentioned: Get your Early Bird ticket to the Shameless Mom Con Collective Connect with Tiffany: Tiffany Bluhm Tiffany on Instagram Tiffany on Facebook Tiffany’s podcast: Why Tho Thank you to our sponsor: Bulldog Online Yoga: Head to bulldogonline.com and use promo code SHAMELESS for a 30 day free trial and 50% off your next month!
Episode 117: Narcissism, Silencing Women and Feminism with Tiffany Bluhm
Heart of Dating
What is a narcissist? What is feminism REALLY? Where should Christians when it comes to gender equality and what does the bible say about it? Today, we're coming in HOT with a brand new episode with Tiffany Bluhm, the author of "Prey: Why We Silence Women Who Tell the Truth and How Everyone Can Speak Up".
Episode 252: Tiffany Bluhm | Being and Raising Women Who Won't Be Silenced
I am happy to welcome Tiffany Bluhm back to the show. She is the author of the books Prey Tell, She Dreams, and Never Alone. She is cohost of the podcast Why Tho and speaks at conferences and events around the world. As a minority, immigrant woman with an interracial family, Bluhm is passionate about inviting all to the table of faith, equality, justice, and dignity. We talk about why we silence women who speak up and how to speak up for others. Tiffany shares some great advice on how to raise our girls to not be silenced and to not stand for silence around them. She also shares what we can do to be women who stand up for other women. Check out bonus content from today's episode over on Patreon. Sign up for Sarah's monthly Survival Kit Newsletter Connect with Sarah: Website | Instagram
Sex & Christianity Ep. 4: Is Your Sexuality Broken?: Redeeming Regret, Shame, Blame and Abuse with Tiffany Bluhm
The Living Easy Podcast
The Wife Project is Coming!!!! Read all about "The Wife Project" on the website and sign Up for The Wife Project Course Waitlist HERE! The lowest price and pre-sale will only be available from Feb. 17th-Feb. 19th! Doors open on February 22nd! In today's honest and vulnerable conversation, Tiffany Bluhm and I are talking about how abuse, shame, blame and regret from past decisions can impact our sexuality and our sexual and intimate relationships with our spouses. Tiffany is an advocate for justice and for speaking out and she has just finished authoring her new book: Prey Tell: Why We Silence Women Who Tell the Truth and How Everyone Can Speak Up where she explores the complex dynamics of power and abuse in systems that we find ourselves in. We dig into the way that the world portrays women's sexuality and how that affects the way that we view ourselves. We talk about our growth as young girls and the evolution of becoming mature women and why it can be so difficult to feel intimate with our spouse when we live in such shame. 'Is my sexuality broken?' is a question that I receive often. Today, we are sharing God's heart and intention for you and your future - no matter what your past may look like.
Are We Weaponizing Scripture to Silence Women? with Tiffany Bluhm
The Refined Collective Podcast
Friendly warning: We will be talking about delicate topics today so if you have little ears around you, maybe pop in those headphones or give it a listen when you have some alone time! I have the honor of talking with Tiffany Bluhm this week (her second time on the podcast— listen to our conversation about consent here) and we are doing a deep dive into some real talk this week. We’re discussing what we’ve been taught about our roles as women, both in culture AND in the church. Specifically, Ephesians 5 and how it has been taken out of context and weaponized to silence women. What happens when women hold power? “When women are in power, everyone wins— not just women.” “The patriarchy has no roots in the gospel… not one. But we’ve weaponized both the old and new testament to convince us otherwise.” Tiffany and I both share our experiences and what we’ve been taught by the church about our roles as women. The chasm between the God of the bible and the church narratives Moments when women are empowered in the Bible Solomon’s wife in the Song of Songs Queen Esther in the Old Testament Ruth proposing to Boaz Proverbs 31 Lydia in the New Testament Unfortunately, there are also moments of the patriarchy at its peak Tamar or Hagar in the Old Testament The sexualization of women “The most neglected person in America is the black woman.” - Malcolm X Women are sexualized from an alarmingly young age. “Only girls’ fashions urge body consciousness at the very youngest ages. . . . Preschoolers worship Disney princesses, characters whose eyes are larger than their waists. No one is trying to convince eleven-year-old boys to wear itty-bitty booty shorts or bare their bellies in the middle of winter. . . . The pressure on young women to reduce their worth to their bodies and to see those bodies as a collection of parts that exist for others’ pleasure” and “to continuously monitor their appearance” - Peggy Orenstein, Girls and Sex Most girls will be sexually harassed by the time they are in middle school. Ephesians 5:21-5:33 This scripture passage has been weaponized to oppress women. “It’s dangerous to take things out of context.” Women were treated as property in that time— Paul was quoting the cultural expectations for that time. It’s important to note that it also mentions that men should lay down their lives for her. To love her. That was radical. When we contextualize it, Ephesians 5 is an invitation for mutual love and support. “Look what can happen when women and men work together, when you really see each other as equals. Look at the world you can create together… What if we could flourish together?” Resources Keep up with Tiffany at TiffanyBluhm.com and on IG at @tiffanybluhm. Pre-order Tiffany’s book, Prey Tell: Why We Silence Women Who Tell the Truth and How Everyone Can Speak Up, here. Check out Tiffany’s previous books, Never Alone and She Dreams. Listen to the podcast Tiffany co-hosts with Ashley Abercrombie, Why Tho? Check out Tiffany’s reel we chat about here. Check out Tiffany’s first episode of The Refined Collective here. To honor Black History Month, I am spending time this month talking about companies and organizations that I love that are run and founded by Black men and women. This week, I want to share about Elevate NY, a non-profit with a mission to build long-term life-changing relationships with the youth in the South Bronx, the most underserved congressional district in the nation. Go to ElevateNewYork.org to find out how you can get involved. For $5/month, you can get access to exclusive video content for Patreon subscribers. Like… how to answer the question “why are you still single?” How to know if your standards are too high. And an update on my dating life. YUP! There will be a new video every week just for Patreon subscribers. Don’t miss out! Head over to Patreon.com/therefinedcollective to learn more and sign up! We invest large amounts of money into our careers. But with things like love, we think “It’ll happen when it happens,” and with things like kids, we think “I’ll think about that down the road.” What if we were just as intentional about our reproductive health as we are our careers? Modern Fertility is an easy way to test your fertility with an at-home test at a fraction of the cost. Go to ModernFertility.com/refined for $20 off your fertility test.
0034 - The Weight - Tiffany Bluhm - Whose Feet Are You Sitting At?
It’s easy to become weary with the weight of the suffering the world is experiencing right now. When we consider the larger scope of social justice, it can be difficult to narrow down our role in God’s work of healing and reconciliation. All of us experience suffering, tension, and insecurity at some level, but as we are filled with God’s immense mercy, goodness and hope can leak out of each of us, spilling into the areas that break our heart the most.This is a journey that author, speaker, and podcast host Tiffany Bluhm knows well. She is the author of the upcoming book Prey Tell: Why We Silence Women Who Tell the Truth and How Everyone Can Speak Up. As a woman of color who has served both inside and outside of the church, Tiffany offers a unique perspective on the invitations the church extends to marginalized followers of Jesus. Tiffany has learned to lean into the power of her “home team,” women and men who have celebrated her spiritual gifts and calling as both a woman of faith and a woman in ministry.She joins Eddie and Chris to discuss the ways Jesus empowered women in the Bible, God’s holy heart for justice, the importance of representation, and how to have an invitational spirit in the church. Tiffany invites us to “call in, not call out” in an effort to humanize the people who think differently than we do. She speaks about how her deep passion for Jesus trickles out into every area of her ministry and acknowledges the divisive nature of Jesus during His ministerial context. She challenges us to consider whose wisdom we are gleaning from, both digitally and personally, and invites us to choose our battles wisely in the calling God has placed on our hearts.Follow Tiffany Bluhm on the web: https://www.tiffanybluhm.com Pre-order Tiffany’s book Prey Tell: Why We Silence Women Who Tell the Truth and How Everyone Can Speak Up hereCheck out Tiffany’s podcast “Why Tho” here:https://www.tiffanybluhm.com/podcast Follow Tiffany Bluhm on social media:https://www.facebook.com/TiffanyABluhm/ https://www.instagram.com/tiffanybluhm/ https://twitter.com/tiffanybluhm
Episode 51 :: Tiffany Bluhm :: Becoming the Women We've Been Waiting For
Simply Stories Podcast
Y’all are in for such a treat because today I am chatting with the fiery and fabulous Tiffany Bluhm. Tiffany has worked in various ministry roles for a long time. She’s been a pastor, working in local and global outreach, with victims of human trafficking, the homeless population, and those who are incarcerated. These days, Tiffany is a podcaster, speaker, writer, and author who passionately loves the Lord and encouraging others, especially women, to step up and take their place wherever and however they’ve been gifted. This episode covers so much ground. We talk about everything from how to practically think through a calling or a passion you don’t quite know what to do with, facing the dark parts of your story, racial reconciliation, unpacking the concept of de-centering, and processing how 2020 may not be the dumpster fire we thought it was, but maybe it is the year of the Refiner’s Fire. As a woman of color, who grew up in a primarily white world, Tiffany shares how to be better neighbors to one another in the gift of our unique makeup, and humanizing other people’s experiences. Bridges are built when we listen to one another’s stories. While we are walking out this wild season, would we be willing to ask the Lord to search our hearts? Would we be willing to examine our hearts with the One who made it and ask where we maybe have allowed lies about ourselves, or our neighbors to affect how we interact in the world? Will we be willing to open our hands to see what the Lord may have for us in how He made us, and how He made for us to work together in His Kingdom? These are important questions that need honest examination from all of us, over and over again. I’ve put all the ways you can connect with Tiffany, her books, her podcast with Ash Abercrombie, and more in the show notes! Resources: -Tiffany’s podcast with Ash Abercrombie Why Tho -My episode with Ash Abercrombie -Cordila Jochim - our episode (part 1 and 2) and connecting with Cor -Traumatic brain injury and future casting -Moses -Julia Child -Ruby Bridges -Epstein -Weinstein -Nassar -Hybels -Crist -The #MeeToo movement -De-Centering- “The person telling the story has the most power. To de-center is to look at another’s experience and realize that you do not play a key role in the story. You sit and humbly listen to their story without making the story about you.” (You can read more about this via Latasha Morrison’s Be the Bridge book and program) -pass the mic campaign -will we follow Him in the wilderness or will we try to hightail it back to Egypt (looking at their story in the book of Numbers) Scripture References: 2 Timothy 1:6 / 1 Timothy 4:14 / 1 Corinthians 12- The calling and gifting put inside you John 10:10- Jesus came to give us life to the full Jeremiah 29:11- For the plans I have for you Psalm 37:4- Delight yourselves in the Lord and He will give you the desires of your heart Luke 10:27- Love the Lord with all your heart mind, soul, and strength Matthew 7:15-20- You will know it by the fruit Galatians 5:22-23-Fruits of the Spirit Psalm 51:10- Create in me a clean heart, and restore a right spirit within me Daniel 3:26-27 - you will not smell like smoke Hosea 2:14- lure her to the desert and speak tender to her there Psalm 139:23-24- search me and know my heart; if there is any offensive way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting Episode Partner: Armor Up, Warrior Princess Follow them on Instagram! For questions about the boxes, ordering, and etc, email them at email@example.com Connecting with Tiffany: Tiffany’s books, Bible studies Prey Tell: Why we silence women who tell the truth (Comes out in March 2021) Why Tho Podcast Her newsletter (which is so good!) Instagram Facebook Connecting with Emily and Simply Stories Podcast:Instagram (Em life // Podcast Life)FacebookTwitterBlog *Intro and outro music by music by audionautix.com
163 || [Rewind] Fitting Your Dream into An Already Busy Life || Tiffany Bluhm
The Devoted Dreamers Podcast
About Tiffany: Tiffany Bluhm is an author, speaker, and writer who is passionate about helping women come to know their value and purpose because of a loving, redeeming God. In a style that speaks to women right where they are, she shares insights from a life spent chasing after Jesus while walking alongside women from suburbia to the inner city, jails and brothels, and the slums of Kolkata. She speaks regularly at conferences and events, and writes for several websites, print publications, and popular blogs, including the YouVersion Bible app. She lives in Tacoma, Washington, with her husband and two sons. In this interview, Tiffany helps us dump the guilt that can come with trying to balance dreaming, raising kids, and caring for a home and a spouse. Instead she talks about making the most of our time, asking for help when we need it, and how not to miss out on the dream God’s put on your heart—even if you feel too busy to pursue it. Her advice to the dreamer, near the end of our conversation, about finding someone who’s already doing your dream was priceless! You can pre-order Tiffany’s newest book Prey Tell: Why We Silence Women Who Tell the Truth and How Everyone Can Speak Up here; it’s set to release in March of 2021. Grab your copy of the journaling questions for this episode here: merrittonsa.com/store Join My Patreon Support Team Learn more about how you can get more connected to me and the podcast: https://www.patreon.com/DevotedDreamersPodcast Journal Your Dream: All summer long I am re-sharing some of my favorite episodes that you may have missed the first time around, especially if you’re kinda new around here! For every Summer Rewind episode, you can get a set of journaling questions to help you process your dream. The ENTIRE set for the whole summer is just $5 because I believe there is some deep internal work we all need to do before we’re able to fully pursue and invest in the dreams God has given us. And I want to see you there, with the work DONE and ready to pursue that dream when fall 2020 rolls around. So grab the journal packet in my store at merrittonsa.com/store and go a little deeper as you consider the next steps in your dream. I’ll be back with Season 8, starting on September 9, 2020. Until then, you can find me in the Devoted Dreamers Insiders’ Group on Facebook. Leave your review of the show on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or Stitcher Subscribe on Apple Podcasts * Subscribe on Android Amazon Affiliate Link disclaimer: Merritt Onsa is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com. Affiliate Link Disclosure: Certain link to products on this site are affiliate links. When you click those links and make a purchase, I earn a small commission that supports my podcast and creative endeavors but costs you nothing extra. Thanks for your support!