Description: Jamie Ivey is an author and speaker, talk show host, and the popular podcast host of The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey. She joins Be the Bridge founder Latasha Morrison for a great conversation where they discuss the difference between empathy and sympathy, share wisdom in parenting, and give encouragement for the times you get pushback in this bridge building work. Jamie also opens up about her Native heritage. This conversation will be helpful and hopeful. Host & Executive Producer - Latasha Morrison Senior Producer - Lauren C. Brown Producer, Editor & Music By - Travon Potts Transcriber - Sarah Connatser Quotes:“One of the things that has really been important for me is to think through what voices can I elevate because of the people who are listening to me?” - Jamie “My brain and my eyes and my heart have been opened wider than I ever imagined they could have been. And that's taken work. And I’ve taken heat for it in some ways.” -Jamie “Empathy is the difference of sitting in it with someone. Sympathy is when I'm a bystander but I'm not sitting in it with you.” -Tasha “It's not my children's responsibility to open my eyes up to racial injustice in our country.” -Jamie “If you're raising a Black child and you're white, their experience in life is going to be 100% different than yours. And you want your child to feel like they can tell you and that you are an advocate for them.” -Jamie “I love to tell people, it's not always what people do in front, but it's also what they're doing behind the curtain.” -Tasha “This work is spiritual work. This is discipleship. This is spiritual formation that we're going through.” -Tasha“You have to be teachable. And if you're not teachable, that is exhausting to a person of color.” -Tasha “This is not my work. This is God's work. And that's what sustains me.” -Tasha “I started Be the Bridge because of the local church. So I want to see the Church whole and well. And when we get it, the world gets it.” -Tasha “I hold on to my ancestors before me that hoped for a better future.” -Tasha “Like our ethnicity, our culture comes from God. And it's expansive. Look at all the people and languages that God has created. And so when that is stolen from us, or when that is withheld from us, there's disruption that happens in God's original design. And so it's about the reordering of things, reconciliation. Justice is about the reordering of things.” -Tasha “I wish that people would enter into spaces and conversations with people and trust that their feelings are real.” - Jamie “I think the hope is we see glimpses of change...And if there were so many stories of change, there's hope for everyone to also change as well.” -Jamie“Broken systems create broken language.” -Tasha LISTEN & SUBSCRIBE Podcast link: https://podlink.to/BeTheBridgeSocial handles/links: Instagram: @LatashaMorrisonTwitter: @LatashaMorrisonFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/LatashaMMorrison/Official Hashtag: #bethebridge Be The Bridge Podcast Survey https://forms.gle/CtssQibbH9Ct7Qdx6 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
This week on Thriving Beyond Belief, we have a special episode with Jeff and myself with Aaron and Jamie Ivey, co-authors of Complement: The Surprising Beauty of Choosing Together Over Separate in Marriage. Related Links: WEBSITE: AaronandJamieIvey.com INSTAGRAM: @jamieivey AMAZON: Complement: The Surprising Beauty of Choosing Together Over Separate in Marriage
Episode #164: Jamie Ivey - Summer Remix Series Part III
The Polished Podcast
You can't be a cheerleader for someone and want their life." If you've never heard speaker, author and podcaster extraordinaire Jamie Ivey, your ears are long overdue for something very special. Filled with wisdom, candor and straight-up realness, Jamie is legit. On this episode of our Summer remix, our host , Kat Armstrong continues to mix things up as she talks with Jamie about the kind of intentionality that’s necessary to celebrate other women from a place of authenticity. If you struggle with celebrating other women, it's important to ask yourself why. And if you want to get better, you'll want to turn your ear to Jamie. She's got things to say. And we've got time to listen.
Comparison is the enemy of contentment…the problem is, with social media, Instagram filters, and TikTok stories – there’s nothing easier in 2021 than comparing yourself to others. It’s literally a trap that’s right at your fingertips. Today I’m answering a listener question about dealing with the comparison trap, with my friend and today’s co-host Jamie Ivey. Jamie is the host of the Happy Hour Podcast, and I’m thrilled to have her help me tag-team this question as we share our own journey with comparison, and practical steps we’ve taken to overcome that trap. When it comes to mental health, so much of it starts with what you allow yourself to think. Comparison is an important area to avoid. Find out how to do that in today’s episode. If you’ve ever struggled with comparison…this episode is for you! It’s time for YOU to get real about how you’re doing emotionally, spiritually, mentally and physically. Are You Really OK? is available NOW!! It’s time to ask yourself the hard questions and get real about how you’re really doing. SUBSCRIBE AND LISTEN ON APPLE PODCASTS BY CLICKING HERE Additional Ways To Listen: STITCHER – SPOTIFY – GOOGLE PODCASTS – iHEART RADIO Debra’s New Book is HERE!! ORDER TODAY!! And Check out Debra’s Love + Relationships Podcast on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts! DEBRA FILETA is a Licensed Professional Counselor, national speaker, relationship expert, and author of Choosing Marriage and True Love Dates, and Love In Every Season and Are You Really OK?. She’s also the host of the hotline style Love + Relationships Podcast. Her popular relationship advice blog, TrueLoveDates.com, reaches millions of people with the message of healthy relationships. Connect with her on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter or book an online session with her today!
Jamie Ivey is the host of The Happy Hour Podcast with Jamie Ivey, an author, a speaker, a gifted storyteller, and the mom of four teenagers. In the Season Three Finale of The Grove Podcast, Shelley Giglio is joined by Jamie for a deep and meaningful conversation about living into our gifts + calling in combination with parenting and everything else God has entrusted us to carry. Check out all of Jamie's work at jamieivey.com. The Grove is a part of the Passion City Church family here in Atlanta, Georgia. Follow @pcc_thegrove on Instagram and visit thegroveonline.com for more information about The Grove, our gatherings and our FLOURISH mentoring journey.
Is It Really Downhill After I Get Married? - with Jamie Ivey
Have You Heard? with Emma Mae McDaniel
What an insightful and fun interview with author, speaker, talk show host, and podcast host, Jamie Ivey, as we talk about her and her husband's latest book, "Complement: The Surprising Beauty of Choosing Together Over Separate in Marriage". Whether you are single, dating, engaged, or married, I truly believe that this episode will be a blessing to you. Jamie is sharing lessons learned throughout her marriage, advice to those about to step into marriage, encouragement to those who are single, and so much more! You can stay in touch with Jamie through...Instagram: @jamieiveyWebsite: https://jamieivey.com
#362: How To Be a Better "Better Half" with Jamie Ivey
Java with Juli
A complement, according to Webster, is “something that fills up, completes, or makes better or perfect.” Romantic as that is, it’s a tall order in a relationship between two imperfect people! So then, what does it look like to be your spouse’s complement? In this episode, Jamie Ivey shares what God has taught her as she looks back on her own marriage of 20 years. No simplistic formulas, no easy answers, and no perfect people; just rich conversation and bold truth – so grab your Java and join us! Guest: Jamie Ivey I grew up thinking that a marriage is where the man works, makes money, then comes home and sits in his Lazy Boy, and the wife has dinner ready by the time he gets there... that's not what God says marriage is. He doesn't say the man goes and works and the woman makes dinner -- and there's no Lazy Boy in the Bible. -Jamie Ivey Show notes: Complement* by Aaron & Jamie Ivey Complement Bible Study Book* The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey (podcast) Your Sexual Differences Can Make You Better Lovers (Juli's blog) A Secret for the Guys (Juli's blog) Join an online book study! *This is an affiliate link. AI may earn referral fees from qualifying purchases.
#137: Can I Be the Me God Created? With Jamie Ivey
4:13 Podcast with Jennifer Rothschild
Making your mark on the world doesn’t happen by mimicking someone else’s life or calling. In fact, when you learn to be yourself, satisfaction and success are closer than you think. Today, Jamie Ivey, author and host of “The Happy Hour” podcast, helps you uncover your own uniqueness, gives you a green light to be yourself, and shows you how living faithfully in the here and now is the key to an abundant life. SHOW NOTES: 413podcast.com/137
It's about time my friend Jamie hangs out with us! If you don't know Jamie you need to. Let's talk about why we've got to stop looking side to side at other people and start living the purposes God has set out just for us. Pine Cove is a Christ-centered life-changing investment in your child’s future through a week of outdoor adventure and fun with a purpose! Check out pinecove.com! Use the code: JENNIE250 for $250 off a first-time overnight, youth camp registration.Find Jamie and Aaron's new book on marriage here: https://www.amazon.com/Complement-Surprising-Choosing-Together-Separate/dp/1535996692Watch Jamie's new show here: https://www.youtube.com/c/JamieIvey/videos
This week Kelly and Elizabeth sit down with Aaron and Jamie Ivey to discuss their new book, Complement. Complement shines a compelling light on the beauty of marriage as God […] The post MARKED | Aaron and Jamie Ivey appeared first on Lifeway Women.