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Kim Erickson

7 Podcast Episodes

Latest 4 Apr 2021 | Updated Daily

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A Guide Through Grief | Kim Erickson

Wild Hearts with Gennean

In this episode, Gennean is sitting down with her new friend Kim Erickson to have a heart to heart conversation on grief. From how to navigate the early days of heartbreak to recognizing when we should open up to others and everything in between, they're getting real about what it can look like when we choose to have hope, even — and especially — when things are difficult or don't make sense.After losing her son, Austin, Kim gound herself navigating grief with very little guidance (other than her faith), and has since chosen to share her experience in hopes of helping others through their own grief journeys.Follow Kim — @kimerickson8  |  kimaerickson.com///Welcome to the #wildheartsclub! Join Gennean and her wild-hearted friends every two weeks for conversations around real, relevant topics that will encourage you to step into a more full and abundant life.Follow Gennean — @gennean | gennean.comJoin Gennean's course: The Simple Guide to Solo Travel

48mins

22 Oct 2020

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Surviving Sorrow and Sharing the Story with Kim Erickson | Episode 108

Behind the Bliss Podcast

If you’ve survived sorrow, have felt the pain of grief and know what it’s like to lose something: a dream, a loved one, etc, this episode is for you. Kim Erickson joins us in today’s episode to chat through practical ways to survive sorrow, seek God in the middle of it and move urgently in obedience through the grieving process. Kim speaks to the one that wants to share their story of sorrow, how to share it well, and what her process looked like to share her grief and story.Shownotes: behindtheblisspodcast.com/shownotes/108BTB on Instagram: www.instagram.com/behindtheblisspodcastToday's sponsor:I have something for you! It’s called Faithful Counseling and they happen to be today’s podcast sponsor.  Faithful Counseling is a solution for people seeking traditional mental health counseling who would prefer hearing from the perspective of a Christian. If you are seeking a mental health professional who is a practicing Christian, Faithful Counseling may be a great option for youThe service is available for clients worldwide, you can log in to your account anytime and send a message to your counselor.You’ll get timely and thoughtful responses plus you can schedule weekly video or phone sessions.Right now, more than ever, I pray you’re investing in your emotional health, growing and learning and counseling is an amazing resource for this growth process. You can’t do life alone!Visit GetFaithful.com/btb - join the over 500,000 people taking charge of their mental health with the help of an experienced professional.Special offer for Behind the Bliss listeners get 10% off your first month at GetFaithful.com/btb

50mins

22 Jul 2020

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Kim Erickson - Bethany Village Senior Living Community / Voluntaire Extraordinaire

Taste Test Thursday with Adam Owens

Kim has worked closely with people for decades.  Some time ago she was brought on as the Activities Director at Bethany Village Senior Living Community.  We'll talk all about the things she does with her residents, and how even though Covid has impacted many of their plans, they're still able to have lots of fun.  Kim has also spent lots of time volunteering around the community, and recently has worked on a project to honor veterans from the Honesdale area.

29mins

16 Jul 2020

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04 - 17 - 20 - Janet - Mefferd - Today - Patrick Wood (Technocracy | Pandemic) Kim Erickson (Loss)

Janet Mefferd Today

With Microsoft's Bill Gates pouring millions into a coronavirus vaccine, is there a bigger technocracy agenda at work during this pandemic? I'll discuss it with Patrick Wood, editor-in-chief of Technocracy News and Trends. Plus: Kim Erickson joins me to discuss her book, "Surviving Sorrow: A Mother's Guide to Living with Loss." That's on Friday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.

47mins

17 Apr 2020

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091: Walking Through the Loss of a Child with Kim Erickson

The Home and Hearth Podcast

    Kim Erickson is a wife of over 20 years, mama of Austin (in heaven) and Ethan, family immigration attorney, speaker, and author of,… The post 091: Walking Through the Loss of a Child with Kim Erickson appeared first on Hargraves Home and Hearth. Related posts: 069: Ambiguous Loss and the Faithfulness of God with Pat and Tammy McLeod

1hr 13mins

8 Apr 2020

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Surviving Sorrow with Kim Erickson | Ep. 42

Through the Lens

Today we get the honor of learning from Kim Erickson, author of Surviving Sorrow: A Mother’s Guide to Living With Loss. Kim began following Christ in 2008 after the death of her 3 year old son. She is a lawyer, she lives in Florida with her husband Devin and her son Ethan. As I (Holly) read through Kim’s book in preparation for this episode, something that really stuck out to me was in the intro—Kim speaks to the reader-to the grieving mom-and she says something really simple, yet profound. She says, “take my hand. Borrow my hope.” In today’s interview, Kim does just that. She takes us on a journey of hope that only the restoration of the Gospel can bring. Over 10 years into her grief journey, Kim has so much to offer in sharing her story and the freedom Christ brings to us loss mamas. We chat about anger/angry prayers, the temporary nature of this life, scriptural examples of lament, and a stunning glimpse into heaven provided by her precious son Austin, which ultimately led Kim to begin following Jesus. Tune in today. Borrow Kim’s hope, hurting mama. You’re not alone in your grief, in your anger, in your hope.  Read Surviving Sorrow Connect with Kim Be sure to connect with us via Facebook or Instagram @throughthelenspodcast. We'd be honored to hear your story.

44mins

7 Apr 2020

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Kim Erickson - Season 2 - Episode 1

Red Bird Ministries

Losing a child is the hardest journey a mother and father will ever journey through. Kim takes her readers to living with grief and the many questions that come along with the journey. Her book "Surviving Sorrow" will be release March 3, 2020. Pick up your copy on Amazon or on her website www.kimaerickson.com

53mins

18 Feb 2020