Best Emilypfreeman podcasts we could find (Updated August 2017)
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HopeWriters
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Sisters Emily P Freeman and Myquillyn Smith, thier dad Gary Morland, and friend Brian J Dixon, give practical help and direction for writers of hope. You want your writing to help people and give hope, and we want to help YOU and give YOU hope! Maybe you’re a beginner stumped with questions about your next steps. Or you’ve been writing for a while but feel you need some clarity in why you write. Maybe you want help to live the life you’re encouraging others to live, without feeling like a ph ...
 
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Meet Emily: Emily P. Freeman is a wife and mom, and author of several books you’ve likely read, and little known fact, she is also a sign language interpreter! She’s blogger for the better part of a decade and she has some insightful pointers to share today along with a special offer just for Declare Podcast listeners! What we chat about: Pitch ...…
 
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The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
 
Happy Hour #51 is with Emily Freeman. Emily P. Freeman is the author of Grace for the Good Girl, Graceful, A Million Little Ways, and her newest project, Simply Tuesday. She also blogs at Chatting at the Sky and Hope*ologie, and contributes to DaySpring’s (in)courage. She and her husband live in North Carolina with their three children. Connect ...…
 
In this episode, Jacey Verdicchio talks with author Emily Freeman about her new book, Simply Tuesday. They discuss what it looks like for Christ to meet us in small places, the importance of celebrating small, and Emily shares a great insight into Jesus’ mustard seed analogy. What you’ll hear: Why we can’t always measure God’s favor with what’s ...…
 
In this episode, Jacey Verdicchio talks with author Emily Freeman about her new book, Simply Tuesday. They discuss what it looks like for Christ to meet us in small places, the importance of celebrating small, and Emily shares a great insight into Jesus’ mustard seed analogy. What you’ll hear: Why we can’t always measure God’s favor with what’s ...…
 
How a creative agency used a social media platform to build its empire. Whether or not we care to admit it, in today s world, looks are pretty much everything. The way we are perceived matters, and that s the bottom line. It s time to embrace this reality and start building your business around the idea that at any given moment, you and your bu ...…
 
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