In this bonus episode in honor of National Adoption Day on November 19, Jamie Ivey shares what she wishes she and her husband knew when they started the adoption process, and talks about her new parenting podcast.LINKSNationalAdoptionDay.orgJamieIvey.comLaunch podcast with Jamie Ivey and Lisa WhittleA special thank you to our partners of this week's episode:Explorer Bible for Kids - Learn more at explorerbibleforkids.com. Buy your copy today from Lifeway.com and get 50% off using code RBG.EveryPlate - Get started with EveryPlate for just $1.49 per meal on your first box by going to EveryPlate and entering code rbg149.
HH#514 Launching Kids with Jamie Ivey and Lisa Whittle Preview
The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
As I think about raising kids from birth through high school, this is the thing that sticks out the most for me. My worries about them and for them have evolved so much over the years. It seems like worry is a natural part of parenting. But, what good does worry do for us? Usually, we are worrying about something we actually have no control over. In this episode of Launch, Jamie and Lisa unpack the deep shadows of worrying about our kids, how it's often a reflection of our own insecurities, and how we can bury our worries by clinging to the only thing we need. Resources:Subscribe to LAUNCH so you never miss an episodeKids: What do I do with Worry? By Josh & Christi StraubTeen girls: Brave by Sissy GoffRaising Worry-Free Girls by Sissy GoffOvercoming Fear, Worry, and Anxiety by Elyse FitzpatrickFierce Faith by Alli WorthingtonAfraid of all the things by Scarlet Hiltibidal
Counterfeit Culture with Jamie Ivey! Imperfections, Parenting, and Having Tough Convos
Counterfeit Culture With Joshua Broome
On this week's episode, we talk about being honest about our past, owning our imperfections, parenting, setting boundaries within our work week, resting well, and having difficult conversations.This episode is brought to you by Covenant Eyes. If you want to stop consuming content that you've been struggling with for far too long — If you are tired of porn ruling over your life — Covenant Eyes will set you up to win. With apps that create accountability and block sensitive content, healing is possible. You can use code BROOME30 to get Covenant Eyes for 30 days for FREE! Go here for more: https://www.covenanteyes.com. Follow Joshua Joshua Broome | Website Joshua Broome | Facebook Joshua Broome | Instagram Joshua Broome | Twitter
Welcome to the very first episode of the Still Coloring Podcast! During this conversation, Toni Collier & Jamie Ivey discuss “if only you knew moments” in life. What would people think if they knew certain parts of your story? How would it change their perspective and trust in you? Jamie talks about how our past sins don’t define our worthiness of something good. God is always in the business of using broken people, and brokenness is inevitable in every season of our life. He is our redeemer and loves us in spite of what we have done because we are His daughters and sons.Links:If Only You Knew by Jamie IveyYou Be You by Jamie IveyGod Made You to be You by Jamie IveyLinks to connect with Guest:Instagram | Happy Hour Podcast | On the Other Side PodcastWebsite: https://www.jamieivey.com/Links to connect with Toni: Personal Instagram | Broken Crayons Instagram | FacebookWebsite: https://www.tonijcollier.com/Pre-order NEW Book: Brave Enough to be Broken
Live from the That Sounds Fun Coast to Coast Tour stops in Phoenix and Denver, here are my conversations with Dustin Nickerson and Jamie Ivey. . . . . Sign up to receive the AFD Week In Review email and ask questions to future guests! #thatsoundsfunpodcast . . . . . Thank you to our partners! Awana: Try one month of Talk About for FREE with special promo code TSF. Start today at talkaboutdiscipleship.com Liquid I.V.: Grab Liquid I.V. in bulk nationwide at Costco or you can get 25% off when you go to LIQUIDIV.COM and use code THATSOUNDSFUN at checkout. Policygenius: Head to Policygenius.com to get your free life insurance quotes and see how much you could save. Athletic Greens: Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/soundsfun. KiwiCo: Get 50% off your first month plus FREE shipping on ANY crate line with code THATSOUNDSFUN at kiwico.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The landscape has changed over the last decade or so when it comes to understanding our identity. Jamie Ivey, author of You Be You and God Made You to be You sits down with Rebecca and Liz to discuss navigating difficult conversations with our kids on everything from gender to calling. This is one conversation you won't want to miss.Find out more about Jamie Ivey at https://www.jamieivey.com/If you enjoy the Honestly, Though podcast will you please rate, subscribe, and share with your friends? And you can connect with Rebecca and Liz, too! See the links below:Websites: https://www.rebeccacarrell.com/ ; https://www.lizann.life/Twitter: @RebeccaACarrell ; @lizannrodFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/RebeccaAshbrookCarrell ; https://www.facebook.com/liz.rodriguez.92775Instagram: @honestlythoughthepodcast ; @rebeccacarrell ; @lizannrodriguez; @lizrodonthepod
My interview this week is with Jamie Ivey. Jamie hosts a podcast called The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey, she lives in Austin, TX, is a wife to Aaron, and together they have four kids under the age of 13. On the podcast this week I want to focus on an incredible book Jamie just finished writing entitled If You Only Knew: My Unlikely, Unavoidable Story of Becoming Free. Her book is scheduled to be released January 2018. In this book, she is honest, vulnerable, and raw with personal stories about her walk from failure to freedom. Jamie travels and speaks to so many women and has learned that our stories, when seen through the eyes of the gospel, are not the obstacles to our freedom, they are the key to unlocking our freedom! We talk about the enormous fear she faced being afraid people would know the real “Jamie:” could she step into a marriage, be a pastor’s wife, lead youth, but inside be completely unsure if God even loved her? As her story unfolds, she shares how God kept pursuing her and only through the grace of God, she began to change and learn to truly have an intimate relationship with Him. Jamie challenges women to ask themselves; are you fearful others will only see you for things you’ve done, not what Jesus has done in you? Here’s my interview with Jamie Ivey.
HH #473: Happy Birthday Complement with Aaron and Jamie Ivey
The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
“Am I willing to grow with this person and am I willing to love this person as they grow?”Happy Birthday to Complement! The marriage book we wrote together on the surprising beauty of choosing together over separate. My special guest is my favorite person in the world to not just record with but really to do anything with - Aaron Ivey! To celebrate Complement’s first birthday, we wanted to dive a bit more into the topic of marriage by having a fun Q&A session!We talk about overcoming the wrong ways that marriage was modeled for us, remembering pain without rehearsing pain, and what it looks like to love someone that is not the same person you said “I do” with at the alter. We hope this episode is as fun to listen to as it was for us to record!Connect with JamieFacebook // Twitter // Instagram // YouTubeGET ALL THE LINKS FROM THE SHOW HERE
Episode #180: Jamie Ivey- The Best of the Polished Podcast Part II
The Polished Podcast
You can't be a cheerleader for someone and want their life. On this episode of our Best of the Polished Podcast series, 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'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. 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.
Jamie Ivey joins the podcast to discuss kids and finding their identity in Christ. Check out the The Happy Hour podcast with Jamie Ivey. The post Kids and Identity with Jamie Ivey appeared first on Kids Ministry.