10 Podcast Episodes
Latest 24 Mar 2023 | Updated Daily
Girls Camp, Grace, and the Bishop’s Office | An Interview with Emily Belle Freeman
Leading Saints Podcast
Emily Belle Freeman is a best-selling author and popular inspirational speaker. She has a deep love of the scriptures, which comes from a desire to find their application in everyday life. She is the author of numerous books, a favorite speaker at Time Out for Women, and cohosts with David Butler Don't Miss This, a "Come, Follow Me" study channel on YouTube. Emily has served in numerous callings in the Church, including in Young Women, Sunday School, Relief Society, and fourteen times as girls camp director. Her greatest joy comes from spending time with her family. Highlights1:15 Introduction to Emily Belle Freeman3:15 Emily’s calling experience4:00 What Emily learned as a girls camp director. She has been Girls Camp Director about 14 times. She explains how she let the girls lead girls camp. 10:15 Emily gives tips to structure girls camp. She involves the girls and they brainstorm all the activities, food, and ect all together.12:00 One thing Emily learned as a Relief Society President14:40 What should a leader do or say going to visit someone in the hospital? Just be there.20:30 Emily and Kurt discuss grace and how we can give grace as leadersThe difference between grace and the atonementJesus will meet you where you are as you are with graceYou don’t have to qualify for grace. It’s not after all you can do.24:45 The different types of graceSaving grace helps us overcome sin and deathExalting grace helps you become like Him. It transforms us and lifts us up.26:30 As leaders we need to begin by meeting people where they are as they are (acceptance stage). It’s then that we invite Jesus in and lift. 28:25 Grace in the context of the bishop’s office.Meet them where they are first and then see how they need to be liftedLove needs boundaries31:45 Kurt and Emily discuss giving people grace but also having expectations for them. Emily shares a personal story of grace. 37:15 Bishops should acknowledge that people dealing with addictions and other problems are going to mess up and that’s ok. They shouldn’t set high expectations right off the bat. Expect them to mess up for a while as they go through the healing and changing process. 40:20 What is grace? Making space for growth and mistakes41:50 Repentance: to turn again or turn back to. Repentance and grace work together as we turn to God for enabling strength.44:45 What should bishops do to help people repent or turn back to God? 47:50 How does grace work when dealing with someone that has been excommunicated?LinksGrace Where You AreGrace to BecomeEmilyBelleFreeman.comDon't Miss ThisGet 14-day access to the Core Leader LibraryRead the TRANSCRIPT of this podcastThe Leading Saints Podcast gets over 300,000 listens each month and has nearly 10 million total downloads as part of nonprofit Leading Saints' mission to help latter-day saints be better prepared to lead. Learn more and listen to any of the past episodes for free at LeadingSaints.org.Past guests include Emily Belle Freeman, David Butler, Hank Smith, John Bytheway, Liz Wiseman, Stephen M. R. Covey, Julie Beck, Brad Wilcox, Jody Moore, Tony Overbay, John H. Groberg, Elaine Dalton, Tad R. Callister, J. Devn Cornish, Dennis B. Neuenschwander, Anthony Sweat, John Hilton III, Barbara Morgan Gardner, Blair Hodges, Ryan Gottfredson, Greg McKeown, DeAnna Murphy, Michael Goodman, Richard Ostler and many more in over 700 episodes.Discover podcasts, articles, virtual conferences, and live events related to callings such as the bishopric, Relief Society, elders quorum, Primary, youth leadership, stake leadership, ward mission, ward council, young adults, ministering, and teaching.
7 May 2022
Author and speaker Emily Belle Freeman reveals the truth about her LDS faith
Building Bridges with Greg and Jill
Greg and Jill have a candid and gracefilled conversation with LDS author and speaker Emily Belle Freeman. She shares a bit of her story and graciously shares her understanding of LDS scripture about heaven, outer darkness, grace, works and other hot button topics between traditional Christians and latter-day saints. https://www.multiplygoodness.com https://www.standingtogether.org https://www.emilybellefreeman.com
5 Apr 2022
103: It All Starts with Love (with Emily Belle Freeman and Garett Bolles)
Cultivate a Good Life
What does it look like to love? What if it’s not easy or convenient? Today’s guest knows how to love, even the most difficult people who are in difficult situations. To know her is to love her. Author, speaker, mother, Instagram extraordinaire, scriptorian. She basically does it all. In this episode, we talk with Emily Belle Freeman and her adopted son, Garett Bolles. They tell the story of how they connected and what brought Garett into the Freeman home, basically saving his life and soul. Garett is really inspiring as well. You’ll be so touched as you listen and motivated to look outside your own family for what you can offer. SPONSOR: Save 20% at beddys.com with the code BECKY. SHOW NOTES: Find all things Emily:Instagram Gathering Home Instagram Don’t Miss This You Tube Inklings Instagram Multiply GoodnessFind Emily’s books here. Follow Garett on Instagram here. FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM: @BeckyHigginsLLC and @BeckyProudfit. THANKS FOR THE LOVE! Love the podcast? Please share with your friends, tag us in your Instagram stories, and leave a review on iTunes!
29 Jul 2020
PFL 107: Learning How to Love the Scriptures with Emily Belle Freeman
Purpose Filled Life With Connie Sokol
Want to love and liken the scriptures in daily life? Want to help your kids love them too? Join our fabulous conversation with scriptorian, author, and speaker Emily Belle Freeman. Get tips for preparing for Easter, learning from His words, and feeling the joy and clarity they bring!
8 Apr 2020
Emily Belle Freeman on collaborative faith: how to come together as Christians and why it matters
Mint Arrow Messages
Emily Belle Freeman is a well-known author, teacher and now youtuber and podcaster whose YouTube channel "Don't Miss This" with Dave Butler has exploded over the past two years. But one of her greatest passions in life is working with and building communities of Christian women of different denominations who can learn from each other's differing perspectives and grow in their faith in Christ. Today Emily shares with me how her love for creating these bible study groups began, what her tips are for women who want to study with other women of different Christian faiths, and why it matters SO MUCH that we build on common ground. Show Notes: “Don’t Miss This” YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDM4cG9T5jvdV3SeHT6ILCw “Don’t Miss This” podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dont-miss-this-study/id1486505917 Multiply Goodness Instagram https://www.instagram.com/multiplygoodness/?hl=en Multiply Goodness website https://www.multiplygoodness.com/ Emily’s Website https://www.emilybellefreeman.com/dont-miss-this Emily’s Instagram https://www.instagram.com/emilybellefreeman/ Emily’s Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/emilybellefreeman/ “Come Follow me” Study resources https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/manual/come-follow-me For a limited time go to beautycounter.com and use code MINTARROW to receive 10% off your first order of $100 or more. Go to vistaprint.com and enter code MintArrow for free shipping on all business cards. Limited time offer. Produced by Dear Media
16 Mar 2020
Emily Belle Freeman: Grace For All Seasons
We all find ourselves in circumstances where we are in desperate need of help, moments where we find ourselves incapable of doing what is asked of us. For each of these moments, there is an answer: Grace. But do we only receive grace after doing everything within our power? And how do we know if we’ve done everything within our power? On today’s episode of “All In,” Emily Belle Freeman shares what she has learned about grace and what she believes “after all we can do” really means. "That's how we would describe grace to people: It's when we feel that abundance of love, it's when we feel that hope, it's the increase of what Christ can bring into mortality for us so we can make it through." Show Notes: 2:52-The Evolution of Grace 5:53- What Even Is Grace? 9:26- A Daughter Named Grace 14:41- His Touch in Our Lives Reflected 18:39- A God-Given Love for Jesus 23:46- Grace Began in the Garden of Eden 28:32- “After All We Can Do” 33:36- Enabling Power 36:24- “Your One Holy Thing” 42:30- Grace Where You Are 44:13- What Does It Mean To Be “All In”?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
8 Jan 2020
"Don't Miss This" Interview with David Butler and Emily Belle Freeman
In 2019, members of the Church fell in love with Emily Belle Freeman and David Butler's knowledge and sincere love for the scriptures through their YouTube channel, “Don’t Miss This.” We’re teaming up with David and Emily today with one goal: To get you absolutely hyped for this Book of Mormon year of "Come, Follow Me." "Like Lehi, Jesus leads His family to a better place. Like Moroni, Jesus defends us and fights for our cause...they are all going to become these types of Him." Show Notes: 2:09- The Beginning of "Don't Miss This" 7:09- David and Emily Are Not Married...To Each Other 8:14- The Name 9:45- Disneyland 13:07- Becoming Disciples 17:03- New Testament "All In" Lessons 21:17- Preparing for the Book of Mormon 24:33- Book of Mormon Stories 30:00- A Testament of God's Love 36:49- Assume the Best 41:50- What Does the Book of Mormon Teach Us About Being "All In" See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
3 Jan 2020
Emily Belle Freeman and Nish Weiseth: Different Faiths and Deep Friendship
How can we do a better job of building on common ground rather than creating artificial divides? Authors Emily Belle Freeman, a Latter-day Saint, and Nish Weiseth, a non-denominational Christian, are best friends who have built a strong friendship on a foundation of Christ.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
7 Nov 2018
Emily Belle Freeman and Nish Weiseth: Different Faiths and Deep Friendship
How can we do a better job of building on common ground rather than creating artificial divides? Authors Emily Belle Freeman, a Latter-day Saint, and Nish Weiseth, a non-denominational Christian, are best friends who have built a strong friendship on a foundation of Christ.
7 Nov 2018
55: Emily Belle Freeman
How to Get to the Place Where You Can Trust God with Anything || Emily Belle Freeman is a nationally-acclaimed speaker and bestselling author of six books, including her most recent work, “Even This: Getting to the Place Where You can Trust God with Anything.” A gifted communicator, Emily is passionate about studying the teachings of Jesus Christ and finding applications in everyday life. Join... Read More
19 Dec 2017