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Men and women deal with life, it’s trials, transitions and triumphs, differently. Over the years of being on the radio with FamilyLife Today I had the privilege to talk about many of these common seasons of a woman’s life with our huge listening audience. We’ve pulled the best of the best for you to download and listen according to your need of the moment. I hope you will listen, pass them on to others and be encouraged by these conversations!
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Blended Families

Dennis and Barbara Rainey

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There are over 60 ways a family can become blended. It is not just from divorce and the navigation of these circumstances can be difficult in a time of beautiful healing and changes.
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Letters To My Daughters

Dennis and Barbara Rainey

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These podcasts are the essence of a couple dozen emails I wrote to my daughter and two daughters-in-law at their request about the art of being a wife. After our other three daughters married I pulled out, refreshed them and sent them to the new brides. Other young women were interested in hearing what I’d learned in marriage so I refined the originals and added a few more and the result was a good summation of my life lessons. It became a book called Letters to My Daughters. In these podcas ...
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Welcome to the "Wisdom for Wealth. For Life." podcast! Let’s bridge the gap between your faith and your finances. At Blue Trust, we apply biblical wisdom and technical expertise to help you make wise financial decisions. Our goal is to help you leave a lasting legacy. In this podcast, you will hear inspiring stories, practical tips, and encouragement from the Blue Trust family with special guests along the way. Learn more at www.BlueTrust.com. Trust and investment management accounts and ser ...
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SAL/on air

Seattle Arts & Lectures

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SAL/on air is a literary podcast featuring engaging author talks and readings from over thirty-five years of Seattle Arts & Lectures' programming. Seattle Arts & Lectures (SAL) is a literary nonprofit. Seattle Arts & Lectures cultivates transformative experiences through story and language with readers and writers of all generations. Get in-person or online tickets to SAL events at lectures.org.
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Life can bring us through unexpected circumstances that we don’t feel prepared to handle. David and Melisenda Stone’s financial situation changed drastically when both of David’s parents passed away within a short timeframe. In this episode, Blue Trust private wealth advisor Daniel Chacon and clients, the Stones, shared how they’re navigating the j…
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In this episode of SAL/on air, two poets from SAL's Youth Poetry Fellowship, Mateo Acuña and Aamina Mughal, talk about access to arts education, finding community in Seattle's literary scene, and about Mateo's forthcoming chapbook, "Dear Spanish." Published by Poetry Northwest Editions, "Dear Spanish" is an inquiry into identity, desire, and belong…
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Choosing to give sacrificially can be challenging, especially in times of uncertainty. Yet, it is possible to adopt a mindset about money that frees you to give abundantly with the knowledge that God owns everything and will provide the resources you need. Blue Trust clients Chris and Kim Patton have built a strategy for generosity that shapes how …
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For James Tate, comedy and tragedy are inextricably linked within poetry. They appear as dual facets of ordinary life—the mundane and the extraordinary as one. As you’ll hear in this recording from February 2003, this is laugh-out-loud poetry that wanders from the baseball field to the petting zoo and back home. And yet, after the laughter, you’ll …
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In this episode, we hear from a panel of Blue Trust senior private wealth advisors, Sherri White and Suzanne Miller, and family office advisor, Anehita Chie. Together, they share special financial planning tips for women about how to live off of one income, investing, estate planning, and more. Listen in now! To learn more visit http://www.BlueTrus…
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The works of Barbara Kingsolver have shaped a generation of readers. From her first novel The Bean Trees and beyond, Kingsolver’s characters speak to us, cradle our faces in their hands and exchange their hearts for ours. We were thrilled to recently welcome Kingsolver back to SAL in October of 2023 for a discussion of her Pulitzer Prize-winning ma…
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When Dean Young took the stage in October of 2012 to read from his Copper Canyon Press collection, Bender, we were incredibly fortunate to bear witness to his humorous, irreverent, and fearless poetry. We were deeply saddened to hear of his passing in August 2022, and we continue to treasure his voice as it lives on in his work.…
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How much is enough? At Blue Trust, we encourage clients to consider this question as they follow their unique path to financial freedom. Often, people discover that accumulating money isn’t nearly as fulfilling as using their money to help others. On a recent "Wisdom for Wealth. For Life." podcast episode, Blue Trust private wealth advisor, Scott K…
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In October of 2003, Sandra Cisneros joined us for an evening 20 years after the publication of her luminous work The House on Mango Street. Now, we have the chance to listen again with reverence, 40 years after that seminal book first came into our lives, and we are reminded more than ever of the importance of spending time with work that not only …
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Ronald Blue Trust is proud to announce the name change to Blue Trust. In this episode, Blue Trust financial advisor, Bethany Frymire, leads a conversation with Blue Trust CEO, Nick Stonestreet, Blue Trust Chief Mission Officer, Russ Crosson, and the founder of the firm, Ron Blue, as they discuss the why behind the name change, and what this will me…
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In this episode, we celebrate Veterans Day and honor those who have served our country. Nick Stonetreet, CEO of Ronald Blue Trust, and founder of Ba A Peacemaker Inc., Dr. Michael Patterson, sit down with U.S. Army veteran Jarrad Turner, Sr. Jarrad offers his insights to help us get a better understanding of the military experience and how to suppo…
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In this episode, we take a trip to Washington DC. Ronald Blue Trust's senior private wealth advisor, David Campaigne, talks with bestselling author and pastor, Mark Batterson. In the heart of DC, Mark Batterson has helped lead many projects to benefit the community. In this conversation, he shares the stories behind some of the initiatives and how …
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In this episode, Ronald Blue Trust private wealth advisor, Colby Gilmore, hosts a conversation with two special guests, Clayton Snyder and Allegra Edward Snyder. The Snyders are not only clients of Ronald Blue Trust, but they are also professional actors. Clayton Snyder was the heartthrob Ethan Kraft on the hit Disney Channel show, Lizzie McGuire. …
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In this episode, we hear from an advisor round table featuring senior private wealth advisors Suzanne Miller and Sherri White, and senior family office planning specialist, Anehita Chie. They share financial advice and tips tailored just for women around budgeting, employee benefits, and best practices for retirement accounts and planning. __ To le…
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In this episode we have Managing Director and Senior Private Wealth advisor of Ronald Blue Trust, Greg Gilbert. He is joined with the Family Life Founders, Dennis and Barbara Rainey. The Rainey's are known for the legacy of creating Family Life, a non-profit organization that's been helping build godly families for 40 years. They discuss how to pas…
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In September 2019, Malcolm Gladwell stepped on stage at Benaroya Hall as part of SAL’s Literary Arts Series to discuss his book Talking to Strangers. That night, his talk brought us into the complicated layers that underlie our most fraught and violent interactions. The Los Angeles Times called Talking to Strangers “a compelling, conversation-start…
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In A Gentleman in Moscow, the subject of Amor Towles' 2019 SAL lecture, the ever-charming Count Rostov says, “By their very nature, human beings are so capricious, so complex, so delightfully contradictory, that they deserve not only our consideration, but our reconsideration—and our unwavering determination to withhold our opinion until we have en…
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In this conversation, Ronald Blue Trust's chief mission officer, Russ Crosson, talks with FamilyLife's, Brian Goins, senior director of special projects, and Ed Uszynski, senior content strategist. FamilyLife creates resources for families to grow closer together and become more impactful in their communities. Ed and Brian share a wealth of knowled…
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In this episode, we sit down with the chief supply chain officer of Atlanta Community Food Bank and former district manager of the Home Depot, Kenny Hill, along with Ronald Blue Trust CEO, Nick Stonestreet, and founder of Be A Peacemaker, Dr. Michael Patterson. Kenny shares his story of growing up in poverty and how God placed certain people in his…
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In this episode, our head of investments for Ronald Blue Trust, Brian McClard, and senior investment strategist, John Pickart, discuss what we have been seeing in the markets, including the recent banking crisis, inflation, the Fed, and more. To learn more visit http://www.RonBlue.com Join us on our YouTube Channel or wherever you listen to podcast…
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In this episode, Ronald Blue Trust Everyday Steward advisor, Carol Jackovich, sits down with three female clients of Ronald Blue Trust: Fran LaMattina, Susan Conley, and Kim Wilson. Together they discuss their unique life journeys and share financial wisdom for women walking through singleness, the death of a spouse or a divorce. No matter who you …
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In this episode, Ronald Blue Trust CEO and CIO, Nick Stonestreet visits with economist, author and media contributor, Jerry Bowyer, to discuss some of the trends we are seeing in America's corporate boardrooms around hot button issues and proxy voting. Listen in to hear more about where companies are today, how they got there, and what investors ca…
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What happened in 1912 in Forsyth County, Georgia? In this episode we uncover the tragic reality of what happened to many black families living in Forsyth in 1912. In this conversation, we are joined with very special guests, Durwood Snead, Co-Founder of the Forsyth County Descendants Foundation and Dr. Michael Patterson, professor of Morehouse Coll…
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In this podcast, we sit down with Ronald Blue Trust chief mission officer, Russ Crosson, and theologian, Ken Boa, to discuss their new book, Leverage: Using Temporal Wealth for Eternal Gain. Together, they explain the principle of leverage and how it applies to matters of infinite importance as they encourage listeners that living with the end in m…
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In this episode, Ronald Blue Trust chief mission officer, Russ Crosson, sits down with Calvin Edwards and Nathan Staub from philanthropic consulting firm, Calvin Edwards & Company. Together they discuss how to maximize your giving and the potential barriers to generosity. You won't want to miss this conversation filled with practical tips and wisdo…
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In this episode, we hear an inspiring story about the impact of generosity. Host Layne Hoekema, a senior private wealth advisor in the Indianapolis office of Ronald Blue Trust, speaks with special guests and clients, Tom and Jan Thomas. After an unexpected stroke, Tom sold his business and went into early retirement. Soon after, they found themselv…
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In this episode, Ronald Blue Trust private wealth advisor, Colby Gilmore, sits down with the directors of Biola University's Center for Marriage and Relationships, Dr. Chris and Alisa Grace. Chris is a professor of Psychology at Biola University. He and Alisa, his wife, are frequent speakers at marriage conferences around the country. In this episo…
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