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#110 Jen Hatmaker, Judging the Fruit, and the True Nature of Deception

The Alisa Childers Podcast

On today's podcast, I'm publishing the audio from several "short answer" YouTube videos I've published recently. We'll cover Jen Hatmaker's theology of "Judging by the fruit," the true nature of deception, a bad interpretation of "knowledge puffs up," taking the Bible literally, and the political nature of progressive Christianity.


20 Jun 2021

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Jen Hatmaker on Bouncing Back and Finding Meaning

Kelly Corrigan Wonders

Kelly and Jen Hatmaker test drive the questions from Kelly's new children's book Hello World! to see what new things they can learn about each other. From celebrating favorite holidays to bouncing back from unexpected change and loss, these two old friends cover much ground and show us all how to find meaningful connection with the people we love -- and maybe even with those we don't yet know we love. If you enjoy this episode, make sure to listen to Episode #24, Kelly's conversation with Anna Quindlen and Anna Sale about misunderstandings in Family life. Please subscribe, rate and review us wherever you listen to podcasts! We read and appreciate every review. You can follow the conversation with Kelly on Instagram @kellycorrigan.


11 May 2021

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Simple & Free: 7 Ways to Pursue Less Over More with Jen Hatmaker

The Mary Marantz Show

In a culture that suggests that more is more, do you ever wonder what it would look like to live with LESS? Perhaps you long for less stress, less waste, less spending, and less stuff so that you can make room for more joy, connection, and freedom. If you can relate, then this episode is for you! Today, Mary is joined for a second time by best-selling author, speaker, and podcast host - Jen Hatmaker - as the two dive into Jen’s re-release of “7” now republished as “Simple & Free: 7 Experiments Against Excess”. In a journal-like format “Simple & Free” tells the story of how Jen and her family identified seven areas of excess and made seven simple choices to combat overindulgence and learn to live a truly meaningful life. Initially trying this experiment 10 years ago, Jen updated the book’s content, not by removing, but by adding information in a bracketed format so that “2021 Jen” can tell “2010 Jen” what she’s learned over the last decade and how her eyes have been opened in ways she couldn't understand before. In today’s episode Mary and Jen Talk about this counterintuitive idea of pursuing more when we would actually be happier with less; Walk through Jen’s seven experiments of excess in the categories of food, clothes, spending, media, possessions, waste, and stress + what she learned; and, Dive into the abundant life that can be found when we trade in excess for a truly reduced way of living. After listening, Your eyes will be open to the areas where you may have accidentally substituted the “american dream” for God’s Kingdom; Discover what in your life causes an unhealthy change of attitude, personality, or focus when it becomes threatened; and, Be equipped to identity what you actually want to pursue more of when you rid your life of the excess waste and stress. If you are ready to trade in overindulgence for simplicity and generosity that leads to a radically better life of connection and abundance, you will not want to miss today’s episode! Snag Jen's book here! https://jenhatmaker.com/books/


30 Mar 2021

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Jen Hatmaker | A Wild Faith

Good Life Project

Jen Hatmaker grew up in the church, surrounded by family and community, eventually rising up to become a central figure. But, over the years, she became increasingly uncomfortable with not so much the core tenets and teachings, but rather the trapping and limitations of the institution. She struggled with what she saw as a stifling of power, expression and contribution in the context of women, the exclusion of LGBTQ+ and gender-fluid or nonconforming people and more. So, she did something she knew would leave her labeled a pariah and outcast by many. Still, it was the thing she couldn’t not do.Jen had no idea what was next, or even if faith, or any approach to organized religion would play a role in her life, let alone her vocation. But, over time, she came back to those same core tenets, but in a way that felt far more expansive, equitable and inclusive, and build a new community that welcomed all into more of what she described as a “wild faith.” She’s since written numerous books, including NY Times bestsellers For the Love and Of Mess and Moxie. She hosts the For the Love Podcast, speaks and created the Jen Hatmaker Book Club where, in her words, she “nerds out every month with thousands of women who believe good books are everything and stories still matter.” And she leaders an online community of millions of women. Her latest book, Simple and Free: 7 Experiments Against Excess (https://amzn.to/2PdDFSL), is a fascinating take on excess, bundled with a series of experiments that invite us to explore what happens when we strip down key parts of life to their essentials.You can find Jen Hatmaker at:Website : https://jenhatmaker.com/Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/jenhatmaker/Check out our offerings & partners: Peloton: Access high-energy workouts, instantly. Discover Peloton: streaming fitness classes to you live and on-demand. Get started on your Peloton journey. Go to onepeloton.com to learn more.Care/of: Get vitamins and supplements for your health goals and diet, made from the best ingredients, shipped to you each month. For 50% off your first Care/of order, go to TakeCareOf.com and enter code GOODLIFE50.Privacy Policy and California Privacy Notice.


22 Mar 2021

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134: What Have You Been Too Comfortable To Try? - with Jen Hatmaker

Rise Together Podcast

Jen Hatmaker stops by Rise Together to talk about the things none of us think are possible until our lives are upturned. Dave and Jen unpack the question 'What have we held back from trying because our circumstances made us feel like it was impossible?'Jen's new book "Simple and Free: 7 Experiments Against Success" comes out on March 23rd. It documents the true story of how Jen and her family identified seven areas of excess—food, clothes, spending, media, possessions, waste, and stress—and made seven simple choices to fight back against the modern-day diseases of greed, materialism, and overindulgence. Preorder your copy HERE -> https://bookshop.org/books/simple-and-free-7-experiments-against-excess/9780593236765--Dave's first-ever book, Get Out Of Your Own Way, is OUT NOW! This book is for everyone, and we mean EVERYONE: women who loved Girl Wash Your Face, men who did or didn't read Girl Wash Your Face, personal development skeptics, personal development devotees, anyone and everyone who has a life and knows it could maybe get a little better if they could just get out of their own dang way! LET'S GOOOOOO! -> http://bit.ly/gooyowpodYour Fave's Faves is available now! The latest podcast from the Three Percent Chance network features hilarious interviews with actors, musicians, athletes, influencers, gamers and more, sharing their five favorite things in any category they want! Hosted by author Rachel Hollis, Your Fave's Faves brings you stories from your favorite celebrities you WON'T hear anywhere else. Subscribe now to be the first to listen on Wednesday the 18th! -> http://bit.ly/yourfavesfavesEver wanted to go on a run with me? Now you can - anywhere, anytime! Download the RISE App today and access a full library of content that's always growing featuring workouts with me, Dave, as well as a diverse roster of coaches to fit any workout journey. The RISE App is for everybody and every body, so get started today: http://bit.ly/riseappdave Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices


4 Mar 2021

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An intimate conversation with New York Bestselling Author, Jen Hatmaker

See Hear Love

The world is hungry for women who show up and tell the truth, unafraid and free, expanding to the very edges of who they were always meant to be.Join Host Melinda as she listens and learns from Jen Hatmaker who shares five self-reflective categories to help us thrive in full confidence – who we are, what we need, what we want, what we believe and how we connect.With wry humour, earnest passion and been-there insight, Jen leads us toward freedom and fierceness as we lean into the identity, convictions, faith and community we've been given... reminding us that:Your truest self, in its fullness, is an irreplaceable gift to the world!


4 Jan 2021

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Jen Hatmaker on Taking Ownership of the Life You Deserve & Becoming Fierce, Free, and Full of Fire

Don't Keep Your Day Job

How can you be willing to get uncomfortable and speak up for your truth? Jen Hatmaker, bestselling author, speaker, and podcaster wrote 9 books before fully stepping into her role as a writer, and it took more exploration until she realized she was done trying to always please everyone in the room. She shares how to disrupt the status quo without sacrificing compassion and kindness, choose integrity and freedom even if it comes at a cost, and give yourself permission to claim the life you deserve. - Join our free 5 day challenge, Aug. 31-Sept. 4th! cathyheller.com/challenge- Grab your copy of Jen's book Fierce, Free, and Full of Fire https://jenhatmaker.com/books/fierce-free-and-full-of-fire/- Listen to Jen's podcast For the Love with Jen Hatmaker wherever you get your podcasts!- Follow Jen Hatmaker on Instagram @jenhatmaker


20 Aug 2020

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754: No More Hiding or People Pleasing {Interview with Jen Hatmaker}

Mom Is In Control Podcast

“The fact of storytelling hints at a fundamental human unease, hints at human imperfection. Where there is perfection there is no story to tell.” – Ben Okri In this episode, Jen and I talk about: How to remember that you are worthy How to share your message with the world How to create community where you are at Jen Hatmaker is the author of several books, including NY Times bestsellers For the Love and Of Mess and Moxie. She hosts the For the Love Podcast which has won a bunch of awards, and she speaks all over the country. She created the Jen Hatmaker Book Club where she nerds out every month with thousands of women who believe good books are everything and stories still matter. She leads an online community of millions of women, and they are her life force, personal think tank, and comic relief. Check out Jen's website at: https://jenhatmaker.com/ Continue the conversation on Instagram @heatherchauvin_ If you are ready to uplevel, apply for Mastery at www.heatherchauvin.com/letstalk


3 Aug 2020

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Belonging, Courage, and Evangelical Darlings with Jen Hatmaker

The Evolving Faith Podcast

Jen Hatmaker was the darling of evangelical Christian women until the price of belonging became her integrity.


15 Jul 2020

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Living in the Freedom to Be Who You Are With Jen Hatmaker - 113

Do It Scared® with Ruth Soukup

Are you ready to let go of wearing masks and become your true self? Jen Hatmaker is passionate about helping women find the courage to just be themselves, and this inspirational episode will empower you to do exactly that.


8 Jun 2020