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Best Beth Bruno Author podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Beth Bruno Author podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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For women who wonder how strength and weakness coexist or how to bless both bravery and tenderness; for those longing to bring the fullness of their glory to the world without a chip on their shoulder; for those who have embraced a global sisterhood and left small storied lives behind, this is for you. The fierce and lovely women seeking the “both and” of a big storied life. Join author Beth Bruno as she chats with fierce and lovely women around the world.
 
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Beth Bruno and Katy Johnson start off talking about community development in Bangladesh and #4justgirls, a girl-led campaign to end gender based violence in their country. (To learn more, see links.) Then they dive into the feminine metaphors in scripture and reading the Bible through a feminine lens. Connect with Katy: Facebook Instagram Katy's We…
 
Beth Bruno and Danielle Rueb Castillejo discuss the impact of culture on marriage roles and the delightful discovery of the meaning of the biblical word "ezer"; the difference between being a witness vs. observer; her work with the sex trade in Seattle and more! Connect with Danielle: Facebook Instagram Red Tent Living Writing Arise Podcast Connect…
 
Join Beth Bruno as she walks you through how she explores a new city through the lens of women who have helped shape it. Mentioned on the Show: Slow Reads: Books Worth the Linger Theology of the Womb by Christy Bauman Episode 23 with Christy Bauman Fragile Album with Nichole Nordeman Episode 29 & 30 with Nichole Nordeman World Renew's #4JustGirls C…
 
Beth Bruno and Melissa D'Arabian talk about our relationship with food and what God has to say about it. In a well-developed theology of food, Melissa challenges, encourages, and blesses the sacred invitation to view it differently. Restoration Counseling Center: How Your Story May be at Work this Holiday Season Connect with Melissa: Facebook Insta…
 
Beth Bruno and Eliza Cortes Bast talk about reading scripture through a cultural lens and how reading the book of Ruth through an immigrant lens changes the way Eliza thinks about Boaz's mother, Rahab. A leader in a church denomination and pursuing a PhD, Eliza is mother, wife, practitioner, leader, and academic living a fierce and lovely life in M…
 
Beth Bruno and Richella Parham talk about the very normal and yet crippling beast of comparison so many of us struggle with. In Richella's new book, Mythical Me, she writes of her own story of comparison due to a visible birthmark as well as her lifelong journey of comparing herself to a composite woman. Finally determining to end the constant comp…
 
Beth Bruno and Stephanie Tait discuss "The View From Rock Bottom," Stephanie's new book on living with undiagnosed Lyme Disease, walking through 7 miscarriages, and developing a theology of suffering that is hopeful and refreshing. Connect with Stephanie: Facebook Instagram Twitter Website The View From Rock Bottom Book Connect with Beth: Sign up f…
 
Beth Bruno explores the legacy of Hurrem Sultan, the 16th century concubine turned wife turned queen to Suleyman Sultan. Sharing her personal story of why Turkey is in her blood, she paints a picture of a woman who was complex, full of influence and controversy. Let Beth know you're interested in a future Turkey Mother/Daughter trip: Email beth@bet…
 
Beth Bruno and Leslie Verner discuss Verner's new book Invited: The Power of Hospitality in an Age of Loneliness by Herald Press. Making ourselves available to notice those in our path is the first step toward welcoming strangers and too often, we're so busy we miss the opportunity. Connect with Leslie: Facebook Instagram Twitter Website Invited Bo…
 
Beth Bruno takes you on the road to Denver, Colorado to highlight a historical fierce and lovely woman not well known. Subscribers to her email receive monthly city guides that curate a day in a well-known city through the eyes of the women who helped shape it. Learn more about Dr. Justina Ford: Documentary Bio Connect with Beth: Sign up for a mont…
 
Mentioned in the Show: Shauna McMullan, Travelling the Distance, 2006 Displayed at the Scottish Parliament Building Full list of 100 sentences: https://www.parliament.scot/Eventsandexhibitions/TravellingtheDistance_ListofContributorsandSentences.pdf Mysterious Book Artist: https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-30697553 Where are the Women? A Guide t…
 
Beth Bruno and Sandra Maria Van Opstal discuss spiritual formation, worship and justice, activism, and Sandra even sings a bit. Sandra is a second-generation Latina theologian who disrupts in order to faithfully live out the gospel and inspire others to do the same. Connect with Sandra: Facebook Instagram Twitter Website The Next Worship Book Conne…
 
Beth Bruno and Lisa Van Engen talk about Lisa's new book, And Social Justice For All. Written for those working with kids of all ages, this curriculum/book is a great resource for anyone who wants to infuse more discussion around injustice with the kids in their life. Connect with LIsa: Facebook Instagram Website/ Book Connect with Beth: Sign up fo…
 
Beth Bruno and Karen Gonzalez discuss Karen's immigration and her subsequent rediscovery of the Bible and God as a refugee story. A true theologian, Karen's delightful voice recasts well-known biblical characters and narratives through a lens of immigration. Her book, The God Who Sees releases on May 21st, 2019. Connect with Karen: BOOK Facebook In…
 
Beth talks with Amy about her journey to becoming a photographer that Beth calls "a marriage whisperer." Amy fiercely holds safe space for her subjects to be fully themselves and then captures it, letting love in through her lens. Learn more about her project, "Dear 12-year old me" and ways she helps her teenage daughter navigate the selfie-era. **…
 
Beth Bruno, Tracy Johnson, and Nichole Nordeman continue their conversation in Part 2. In this section, they dive into their own stories and how they are ever present as they mother daughters. They talk about the importance of highlighting the ordinary as the majority story most girls will follow, rather than the curated, branded life. Connect with…
 
Beth Bruno is joined by Tracy Johnson and Nichole Nordeman to discuss the beauty of authenticity, mothering daughters in light of their own stories, and bringing more ordinary into their lives. This is part 1 of a 2 part series. **Connect with Nichole:** [Website](http://www.nicholenordeman.com/) [Facebook](https://www.facebook.com/nicholenordeman)…
 
Beth Bruno talks with Lisa Russell, Spiritual Counselor at Restoration Counseling Center and Clare Loughrige, co-author of Spiritual Rhythms for the Enneagram. How does understanding your harmony triad (Gut, Head, and Heart Intelligence Centers) help you know your story better, discern between two good things, and live more fully integrated as God …
 
**Connect with Belinda:** [Order "Brave Souls"](https://www.ivpress.com/brave-souls?inline_bracelet) [One Million Thumbprints](http://www.onemillionthumbprints.org/) [Twitter](https://twitter.com/belindajbauman) **Connect with Beth**: [Get a free Travel Guide each month!](https://www.bethbruno.org/freebies) [Instagram](https://instagram.com/bethhbr…
 
Beth Bruno and Rebecca Deng discuss the transition from East Africa to West Michigan in 2000 when 3700 South Sudanese youth were resettled in America, among them 89 girls. Rebecca turned the trauma of her childhood into empathy and became an international speaker, activist, and soon to be author. But mostly, they talk about the ways youth are simil…
 
Beth Bruno and Anna Smith talk about how two young, passionate "kids" were compelled to meet the need for boys who had been trafficked. Anna and her husband co-founded Restore One, Anchor House, and Boys Documentary to address the gaps in care for male sex trafficking survivors in the U.S. With a MSW and a 200 Registered Yoga Teacher, Anna travels …
 
Beth Bruno and Christy Vidrine Bauman, author of the forthcoming "Theology of the Womb" and creator of A Brave Lament film and book dive into an understanding of the Bible through a feminine lens. How do women come to feel known through the parallels with Christ? How does a woman's body bear life and death just as He did, like a church calendar, ag…
 
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