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On each Growing Connected podcast, husband and wife team Dr. Jeffrey Olrick and Amy Olrick discuss a listener-submitted question, exploring what the intersection of child development science and faith teach us about issues families are facing. Each episode ends with a God Moment — a story about a time a parent or a child felt God's love in their life in a specific and sometimes inexplicable way.
 
As a Boomer I love to talk. Turns out, so does my chatty Millennial co-host. And our favorite way to connect with one another, and hopefully help others connect with each other, is by building conversational bridges. No matter what end of the generational bridge you currently land on, we hope you will join us as we converse with some of our finest “skyscraper” friends who are making inspirational verbal and written differences in our ever-expanding, and ever-connected world. This is Bridges ...
 
Communion often begins with good conversation, and good conversation often begins around the table. Join in on the table talk with award-winning singers, songwriters and authors Mark Lowry and Andrew Greer and their thoughtful guests for the brand new TV show and podcast – Dinner Conversations ... Turning the Light On One Question at a Time.
 
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Anyone else ever disagree with your partner over a parenting issue? We don’t think it’s just us, and we’ve seen how these disagreements can cause friction in families. In this episode, we discuss a question from a mom wondering how to move forward when she and her husband see things differently about their daughter and ADHD. Jeffrey shares strategi…
 
The tween and teen years can bring with them unexpected joy, as well as to-be-expected ups and downs. In this episode, we talk about emotions and hormones and three huge transitions happening within the teenage brain. Understanding what’s going on with our kids’ bodies really helps all of us! Here’s the question: “My kids are entering middle school…
 
This season, we’re talking about raising tweens and teens, discussing parents’ questions, and exploring how science and faith come together to point our families to security and connection. Earlier this year, we received a question from a mom wondering how to direct her child’s moral choices. We’re using her question to kick off this series because…
 
This is our final conversation in our bonus FAITHFUL episodes where we are talking with the women behind the new FAITHFUL project (faithfulproject.com) –– a project uplifting womens' voices in the telling and re-telling of the story of the Gospel. Brought to you by our friends at David C. Cook Publishing, Integrity Music, and Compassion Internation…
 
Join us for our third-of-four episodes in our bonus FAITHFUL conversations. We're talking with various women behind the new book and record entitled, FAITHFUL (faithfulproject.com), highlighting the role of women in the sharing of the Gospel story throughout history –– brought to you by our friends at David C. Cook Publishing, Integrity Music, and …
 
Join us for the second episode in this very special FAITHFUL series of conversations, where we talk with the women behind the new book and record simply entitled, FAITHFUL (faithfulproject.com) –– brought to you by our friends at David C. Cook Publishing, Integrity Music, and Compassion International. Sandra McCracken's (sandramccracken.com) songs …
 
Join us for the first installment of our very special FAITHFUL series, where we talk with the women behind the new book and record simply entitled, FAITHFUL (faithfulproject.com) –– brought to you by our friends at David C. Cook Publishing, Integrity Music, and Compassion International. She is a multi-Dove Award winning singer-songwriter and though…
 
All of our relationships with our kids will have moments of pain and disconnection. We build our children's security when we face those disconnections with openness and curiosity so that we can come back together when things feel broken. In this episode, Dr. Jeffrey Olrick and Amy Olrick discuss the concept of repair, and how important it is in bui…
 
Painful experiences can be confusing and overwhelming for kids, but we can enter into hard moments in ways that grow them in wisdom and maturity. In this episode, Dr. Jeffrey Olrick and Amy Olrick talk about how to help children process difficult thoughts and feelings and the power of approaching our children’s pain with curiosity. Finding ways to …
 
To wrap up the debut season of Bridges, we answer listeners' questions with lighthearted interjections by Patsy's youngest son and our producer for the day, Jason! Plus a very special song from our good friend, Sara Beth Geoghegan (sarabethgo.com). Learn more about Bridges ... Spiritual Conversations Through Generational Conversations here: Bridges…
 
In the 2000's Barry Zito (barryzitomusic.com) was one of the best and highest-paid pitchers in Major League Baseball history. But his big league superstardom gave way to soul-crushing fear and an identity crisis that threatened his livelihood ... and his life. Barry gives us an intimate behind-the-scenes glimpse into the decisions that eventually l…
 
Comfort is our human need to be seen and held in the midst of our pain. And the research is clear that when we pause to see and sit with our kids’ suffering without immediately offering solutions, we gradually train their nervous systems to calm themselves down through us. But comfort can be a hard need to meet because when kids are in pain, parent…
 
The Cimorelli Sisters (cimorellimusic.com) are YouTube stars. Literally! With millions of followers subscribing to their music-inspired channel for tips on relationships, style, spirituality, and everything in-between and beyond, these sibling sensations have become much more than a hit music group –– they are mentors to young women leaning in to g…
 
We all want to protect our kids from dangerous things, but too much protection can leave our children feeling unsure of themselves and afraid in the world. In this episode, Dr. Jeffrey Olrick and Amy Olrick talk about new ways to consider the real dangers kids face and how opportunities to overcome manageable amounts of trouble can help kids grow s…
 
We're page turners from way back. In fact, books helped save our lives! So when PBS issued "The Great American Read" –– a series survey America's favorite novels –– we couldn't wait to dive in. Today we are exploring a few of the list's most influential titles and digging into the art of a tale-told-well in this conversation all about books! Learn …
 
We all want our children to be able to go out into the world to discover and learn. But sometimes we give them limits because there are things that can hurt them. And our kids can cause hurt themselves if they don't understand that others have needs just like they do. This week, we discuss how to give our kids healthy boundaries so they can safely …
 
We have a very special "Bridges Flyway Giveaway" for one lucky winner and a friend that includes you and us in our hometown of Franklin, TN! So what is the flyaway giveaway? And how do you enter? Listen in and we'll tell you all about it. Learn more about Bridges ... Spiritual Conversations Through Generational Conversations here: BridgesShow.com A…
 
All kids are born into the world with the instinct to learn, explore, and figure things out, which means childhood is full of big bumps and messes! Dr. Jeffrey Olrick and Amy Olrick talk about what healthy support looks like for our kids, and why children grow stronger when we don’t overcorrect their mistakes. Christina and Daniel Im of the IMbetwe…
 
Author Sally Clarkson’s son, Nathan, was diagnosed with multiple disorders as a child. Now an adult, he and his mom are building bridges for parents and kids with not-so-easy dynamics so that they too can realize “What Makes You Different Makes You Great.” Lean in. Sally (sallyclarkson.com) is here to tell us all the upsides of not being normal! Le…
 
In his work as an attachment researcher, Dr. Jeffrey Olrick has identified six things our kids need as they grow and develop—delight, support, boundaries, protection, comfort, and equipping. In this episode, Jeffrey and Amy Olrick introduce the importance of delight and discuss how faith and science come together to point families to health and con…
 
Filmmaker Allen Cheney tells the tender story of his musician grandfather, who’s life, though initially fraught with dramatic challenges, crescendoed into a beautiful narrative of love and wholeness –– a tried and true score for the composition of our lives. And a story that has made an indelible impact on Allen’s own life. Learn more about Bridges…
 
As parents and families face increasing pressure and mental health strain, Dr. Jeffrey Olrick and Amy Olrick share how science and faith come together to show us that attachment and connection can still grow our kids strong. They offer a guide to build strength and resiliency in our children that will last a lifetime, even through hard times. In th…
 
A national music artist with a large public platform since she was a young teenager, Jaci Velasquez (jacivelasquez.com) shares how her story has shaped, not defined, her. And she helps us own our own stories through the telling of her family’s challenging story –– the inspiration behind her new book, “When God Rescripts Your Life: Seeing Value, Bea…
 
Gospel artist Lynda Randle (lyndarandle.com) shares the many ups-and-downs of living life with your family all around, a topic Patsy understands perfectly. As a black singer with a predominantly white audience, Lynda also grants us with the unique perspective of what it means to truly be a bridge-building in the many conversations involving race to…
 
Former “The Bachelor” star and now-founder of the philanthropic coffee company, Generous Coffee (generousmovement.com), Ben Higgins, opens up about his intense insecurities and struggles with loneliness, and how he discovered deeper connections with others begins with connecting with ourselves. Lean in for an earful of warm wisdom with Ben. Learn m…
 
Some of our greatest a-ha, “bridging” life moments have come with a permission slip from a friend who offered us something we didn’t even know we needed … like rest. Our friend Curtis Zackery (curtiszackery.com), known to many simply as “CZ,” and who we like to call the “Comfort Pastor,” is guiding us through a truly refreshing conversation encoura…
 
What happens when your husband loses his job during the holidays, your tree dies before Christmas Day, and Santa loses your address? Seldom do the holidays match our expectations, but we can prepare our hearts for our reality with some good old-fashioned ingenuity and fresh out-of-the-box solutions. Listen in for a conversation of possibilities, ev…
 
Most families deal with bedtime struggles at some point or another. In this episode, we discuss why kids are wired to be scared of the dark and strategies to make going to bed easier for everyone. At the end of the episode, New Zealand pastor and musician Aaron Hardy joins us to share his story and music from his band, Te Rautini. His music is a gi…
 
Denise, Leigh and Shelley –– collectively known as the Platinum-selling group Point of Grace (pointofgrace.net) –– are our friends, and their latest book reads like a letter from old friends. "How You Live: Lessons Learned from Point of Grace" explores a variety of meaningful life conversations with wit and wisdom, shared from the advantage of thre…
 
In today’s episode, a mom wonders how to get her children to help her with chores. We talk about surprising ways to encourage kids to help from young ages, why creating a system where everyone contributes is so important, and how “doing with” a great way to grow our kids in responsibility over time. Don’t miss the God Moment at the end from Sam Alt…
 
Laura Cooksey (laura-cooksey.com) is a holiday “treat” we can’t wait to share with you. She has a melodic heart and an expansive personal outreach offering friendship, table talk, and true Southern hospitality through a new lifestyle brand called "The Thoughtful Table" –– centered on creating safe spaces for meaningful connections around mealtimes.…
 
Though she may be known around the nation as a funny woman, Anita Renfroe (anitarenfroe.com) is famous among her friends (and beyond!) for serving up heaping helpings of hospitality ... and food! Harnessing her giftedness as a hostess with the most-ess, Anita prepares a table ready-made for building friendship and instigating meaningful conversatio…
 
This week's question is about a sometimes-too-familiar subject: sibling rivalry. We discuss how to help kids learn to negotiate their differences on their own and the importance of removing yourself from the role of judge. Don’t miss the God Moment at the end, when Lindsay Durrenberger shares about a remarkable encounter she had on the night after …
 
Our gifted friend, poet, and all-things-creative artist Reba Rambo bridges the generations with her gifts of music, mentorship, and God’s grace. In this witty and wise conversation, the music legend shares sound advice on the importance of honoring the past, being at peace with the present, and forging headlong into the future –– sincerely a conver…
 
In this episode, we hear from a mom concerned about her son’s desire to be a professional YouTuber. We discuss how situations like this can be opportunities and the power of starting conversations with our kids with a mindset of “Yes, and.” Here’s the question: I have a son who is very intelligent, creative, capable. He can do anything he sets his …
 
As a naval aviator, Captain Tammie Jo Shults (captainshults.com) was trained to maneuver the skies. But nothing could have prepared her for the real-life-drama that unfolded on April 17, 2018, as she maneuvered Southwest Flight 1380 –– a flight destined for disaster. Tammie Jo's fateful flight's tale –– now a part of her book, "Nerves of Steel: How…
 
In this episode, we consider a question from a mom with a 4-year-old daughter who demands constant attention, discussing how to help manage her little girl’s needs and requests. Here's the question: “My daughter, who is turning 5 in a couple of weeks, is very articulate and emotionally intelligent and consistently communicates to me that she’s not …
 
Jason Gray (jasongraymusic.com) is one of the finest singer-songwriters we know (and all over the radio, hello!), and he’s using his gift of speech and song to help us cross a bridge from disorder to order – and that’s a trail worthy of trekking. Listen closely and you’ll learn a lot. Learn more about Bridges ... Spiritual Conversations Through Gen…
 
In this episode of the Growing Connected podcast, we consider a question from a mom who is worried about her young son’s outbursts of temper. Listen to learn three steps that help children gain control of their big feelings and emotions, and don’t miss the beautiful God Moment story from our friend Tony at the end. Here's the question: “My 7-year-o…
 
Rebekah Lyons (rebekahlyons.com) is the queen of rhythm, having set forth a path to rest and renewal through the conversations incited by her bestselling books and her popular Rhythms For Life podcast. So take a breather and listen in as we learn how to pattern lives marked by peace. Learn more about Bridges ... Spiritual Conversations Through Gene…
 
We’re embarking on this podcast at a very particular time in history, when families are dealing with so many hard things. So we want to begin by sharing some writing by a friend of ours, Marcy McClelland Klug. Marcy’s writing captures what many parents are experiencing right now, and also includes an important question about how to help different k…
 
Author, speaker and influencer extraordinaire Carlos Whittaker (carloswhittaker.com) gets us all fired up as we explore the endless, exciting frontier of living a life of adventure with a “wild” faith. Learn more about Bridges ... Spiritual Conversations Through Generational Conversations here: BridgesShow.com And don't forget to subscribe to our B…
 
What's the topic for the debut episode of Bridges? Fear! Through recounting their own bouts with anxiety, Patsy and Andrew bridge the generation gap by diving headlong into a thoughtful conversation about a human experience that knows no age limits. Learn more about Bridges ... Spiritual Conversations Through Generational Conversations here: Bridge…
 
On each Growing Connected podcast, husband and wife team Dr. Jeffrey Olrick and Amy Olrick discuss a listener-submitted question, exploring what the intersection of child development science and faith teach us about issues families are facing. Each episode ends with a God Moment — a story about a time a parent or a child felt God's love in their li…
 
Patsy and Andrew ponder the power of hiding the word of God in our minds and hearts through the beauty and presentation of the new Abide Bible. Join us for this conversation as we ready to release our debut episode of Bridges later this week! Learn more about The Abide Bible here: BridgesShow.com/Abide Learn more about Bridges here: BridgesShow.com…
 
As a Boomer I love to talk. Turns out, so does my chatty Millennial co-host. And our favorite way to connect with one another, and hopefully help others connect with each other, is by building conversational bridges. No matter what end of the generational bridge you currently land on, we hope you will join us as we converse with some of our finest …
 
At 83 years-young, Charlie Daniels passed away on July 6, 2020. Filmed at his home studio in Nashville last year, this never-before-seen conversation with the Country music legend (https://charliedaniels.com) was much more than a chit-chat with a musical giant – it was a glimpse into the heart of a man educated and inspired by a lifetime of family,…
 
Sibling singers Lynda Randle (http://lyndarandle.com) and Michael Tait of Newsboys (https://newsboys.com) fame dish on hot topics like family dynamics, race relations and the unifying power of music. Musical artist Jon Reddick (https://jonreddickmusic.com) expounds on the conversation. Don't miss a single episode of Dinner Conversations–subscribe b…
 
Gold-selling country music artist Julie Roberts (http://julieroberts.com) chronicles her real life drama of tragedy and triumph – including a life-changing Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis while in her twenties – and the lessons of hope she has learned along the storied way. Don't miss a single episode of Dinner Conversations–subscribe below! Sponsors …
 
New York Times bestseller and radio personality Eric Metaxas (http://ericmetaxas.com) discusses the crossroads of culture and faith as we ask the question, "What does it mean to be a Christian in the 21st century?" – peppered with Eric's infamous wit and no-nonsense grit. Filmed on-location at Gaylord’s Opryland Resort in Nashville. Don't miss a si…
 
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