Meg Glesener is the host of the Letters From Home Podcast. This is a great conversation about intentional ways to help foster kindness, respect, and relationship between kids. Shownotes: https://www.thismomknows.com/blog/episode-4
Szn 2 Episode 6 - Virtual Date Night With Mike & Meg Glesener
Thank You For Listening!!!This week we are kicking off our brand new "Virtual Date Night" series for the month of February. For "Love Month" this year, my wife and I interviewed several couples for the sole purpose to encourage and display strong healthy christian marriages. This week we are with Mike & Meg Glesener of Seattle, WA. Meg is the host of "Letters From Home Podcast". This episdoe is filled with many laughs and golden nuggets from the Gleseners.Check out Letters From Home Podcast: https://lettersfromhomepodcast.com/ This is love month on One Faith!You can view the episode on our YouTube Channel: One Faith - YouTubeVisit our website www.weareonefaith.com for additional information concerning our Podcast & Radio Show.Listen to One Faith the radio:PGS Radio Fridays @ 4:30pm: https://www.popgospelspeaks.com/Eternity Ready Radio @ 7:30pm: https://tunein.com/radio/Eternity-Ready-Radio-s234856/"One Lord One Faith One Baptism" - Ephesians 4:5--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tj-mcknight/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tj-mcknight/support
Heart Behind the Worship - Letters from Home & Preparing for Home - Meg Glesener
Join your host, April D. Metzler, as she visits with Meg Glesener about her podcast show, "Letters from Home", and preparing your heart for home. What does "Home" really mean? What does it look like in life to prepare your heart for home? What are some ways that we can use to apply the wisdom found in the passages of scripture that Meg and April discuss in our day to day? For those of the listening audience who like to be ready with the Word, April and Meg will be visiting about 2 foundational scriptures. 2 Corinthians 3:3 is the scripture Meg holds to with her podcast show and John 14:2-3 is one of the primary scriptures she applies to her daily walk with God. These will be our primary focus. Each podcast episode is located on April's website as a blog post with the video version included, as well. See her link below along with Meg's to stay connected. From the host: Grab your Bible, a study pad, and a pencil or pen. Get ready for some real, candid conversation about what it looks like in action to read, study, and apply the Word of God to our daily lives. - Connect with Meg Glesener - Letters from Home Podcast website Letters from Home on Facebook Send Meg an email: LFHpodcast@gmail.com - Connect with host, April D. Metzler - https://www.aprildmetzler.com - Christian Podcaster's Association Group mentioned by the guest - https://www.facebook.com/groups/ChristianPodcastersAssociation Additional Membership information - https://christian-podcasters-association.mykajabi.com/ - Music and Book by the host - Book: Oh My God, My Heart!!! Music Album: Oh My Heart Strings! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/aprildmetzler/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aprildmetzler/support
The Covid-19 pandemic has changed the way all of us have been able to reach out to people. Today our guest, Meg Glesener, talks about the ingeniously simple ways she’s reached out to those around her to remind them that they’re not forgotten – things we can all do to reveal God to our families, friends and communities. Meg tells us where her most important God-assignment is and shares about how she is working to influence that group for God; and reminds us about how important it is to respond to what God asks us to do as we learn about the exciting new project Meg started during her 2020 lockdown. And, for the first time, we ask our guest to pray for all of us, and that’s a blessing you don’t want to miss!
Meg Glesener on the Secret to 31 Years of a Healthy Marriage
Beyond the Rut Podcast
Podcaster Meg Glesener of Letters from Home shares her insights on 31 years of a happy, healthy marriage.About Meg Glesener from Letters from Home PodcastMeg is a mother of eight children living in the state of Washington where she is married to her husband, Mike. Their 31 years of marriage can be chalked up as happy years. They have had their ups and downs as anyone else does, but they have also held firm to some guidelines or principles that have kept them going strong all these years. If you think raising one or two children is challenging, Mike and Meg took on eight and without the backing of a TLC television show!Here is the thing that blew our minds on the Beyond the Rut team. We recorded our interview with Meg right after we recorded the 4-part marriage series. Meg was not aware of these episodes, nor their content. So many parts of her story echoed the tips we shared in those four episodes! At the end of our time, she humbly shared that she just hoped her message would help someone else out there. We simply replied, “You have no idea!”We hope you enjoy this episode about healthy marriages. Know that marriage is not a sprint, it’s not simply a wedding day. Think of it as a journey. Marriage is a life-long commitment to each other, and your marriage can leave a legacy that is greater than yourselves.Resources and LinksDownload the app for Letters from the Home from your app store, or visit Meg’s website to listen to episodes of her show at LettersFromHomePodcast.com.If you’re a Christian and a podcaster, check out the Facebook Group or go to ChristianPodcastersAssociation.com to connect and collaborate with other Christian podcasters.Connect with UsSubscribe on iTunes (Apple Podcasts), Spotify, Stitcher, or iHeartRadio and never miss an episode.Twitter @beyondtherutFacebook Beyond the RutEmail email@example.comEpisode CreditsHost: Brandon CunninghamCo-Host, Editing, and Production: Jerry DuganMusic: “Oceans Apart” is our theme song composed and performed by Scott Ian Holmes.See the full show notes at BeyondTheRut.com/236
www.graceenoughpodcast.com Meg Glesener joins me to discuss some practical ways to cast vision in your family, how it empowers your children to focus on the big picture and how it promotes family unity.Questions Meg and I Discussed:(5:29): Today, we are going to talk about casting a vision for your family. Give our listeners a little background about the family you grew up in and how you came to know Jesus. (16:07) What led you and your husband to begin intentionally casting vision in your family? (21:59) In your family, how did you go about casting vision? (Together, as individuals, etc.) (28:47) How did having a family vision help you and your children? (30:18) For the listener, who is feeling the nudge to cast a vision for his/her family, what steps would you encourage them to take? (35:48) What are some final words about family vision casting you would like the listener to take away?Quotes to Remember:"My childhood was pretty messy. In my in our home growing up there were so many strikes against me." "I think when you take that extra time to build an environment of love and teamwork, and we're all serving God together when they're young that carries into their teen years." "Casting a vision happens in the non-confrontational moments when the kids are the best versions of themselves, and they want to participate." SHOW NOTES cont.Resources Mentioned:7 Habits of Highly Effective People The 7 Habits of Happy KidsRelated Episodes:49: Jeremy Pryor | Family Teams 28: Jodie Berndt "Praying The Scriptures For Your Children 57: Kristen Hatton | Redemptive Parenting 69: Sam and Amber Cullum | Sabbath As A Family 81: Tricia Goyer | Calming Angry Kids Follow Meg Glesener on Facebook and listen to Letters From Home Podcast ----------------------------------------------- Follow Grace Enough Podcast on IG and FB ------------------------------------------------
S.2 Ep.5 Meg Glesener broadcasts 'letters' of pain, joy and hope
A Seattle mom of eight children, Meg Glesener hosts "Letters from Home," a podcast that tells the stories of people who have been hurt but found God. As you hear their hearts you will hear...their dreams...their failures...their pain...their struggles...their life changing encounters and extraordinary moments. Meg is passionate about her guests and their stories.
FYS 112: Meg Glesener - Purpose & Peace in Podcasting
For Your Success With Katie Hornor
Meg Glesener had an ear for stories and a desire to share them with the world. With no tech, blogging or podcasting background at all she decided to learn how to podcast and found peace and purpose in doing so. Things mentioned in today's show:Letters From Home Podcast: Lettersfromhomepodcast.com Doing Business with God: BusinessWithGod.OnlineBible Based Business (book) Christian Podcaster's Assoc.Pat Flynn's Intro to Podcasting CourseBuzzsprout Podcast hosting: buzz sproutYetti microphoneAudioTechnica microphoneThomas Umstattd Jr.’s website: thomasumstattd.com/author/thomas/Visit our podcast page: KatieHornor.com/podcastTo leave us a voice message To search the show with our new Searchie.io feature!To download the MP3 audio fileThank you for being a part of this community. Every review helps others find and benefit from this encouragement too. Please share it with a friend, or Here are easy instructions for leaving a review. Your ratings and reviews help so much and I personally read EVERY single one, and regularly give shout outs on the show too. Subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher to get automatic updates every time we release a new episode.To sponsor our podcast, start the conversation here: bloggingsuccessfully.com/sponsor-request
Meg Glesener is a mom of eight raising her family in Seattle, a podcaster, and moderator of Christian Podcasters Association. Today, Meg shares growing up in an unsafe environment, how a Christian girl willing to be her friend changed her life, and her passion for the outcast. Meg also shares with us the bittersweet emotions of letting her children grow up and follow their own faith journeys. Everything Meg does is full of joy and compassion for others. Her story reminds us of God’s heart to leave the 99 to pursue the wayward one. Listen to Meg’s story now in your favorite podcast player! Stories Meg shared: Growing up in Southern California in a non-Christian family Bouncing around as a kid in a volatile family Turning to sports and school for meaning How her dad ended up in rehab Meeting a girl who invited her to an afterschool program Giving her life to Christ and not knowing how to tell her parents Sharing Christ with her twin sisters and seeing her family come to Jesus as well Choosing to have a large family Her passion for meeting those with needs Struggling with parenting as kids make their own choices Her life prayer in Jude 24 Starting her own podcast, the Letters from Home Podcast Turning her home into a safe place for others Great quotes from Meg: From the very beginning of our marriage we wanted to serve the Lord. When I think of the Lord’s love and mercy and goodness in my own life, how can I not pour that back in? There’s no perfect parenting. It’s a walk with God. Resources we mentioned: Meg’s website Connect with Meg on Instagram Christian Podcasters Association on Facebook and Instagram Related episodes: John Swanger Shares Light in Dark Places April Diaz and Power and Justice in the Kingdom Troy Greenwood and His Mid-Life Awakening The post Meg Glesener and the Smile of God appeared first on Eric Nevins.
Join "Letters From Home" and "Biblical Chili" for the first ever lady to join the Chili Crew. Do you think it is important to understand the humanity of Biblical "Superheros?" Letters From Home Website https://lettersfromhomepodcast.com/