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The All the Things Podcast
22 minutes | Mar 25, 2021
45: Lindsey Says Goodbye + Our Favorite Episodes
On today's episode, Lindsey says goodbye to The All the Things Podcast and shares her plans for the future. Don't you say goodbye, though! Lenya will be back with a new series shortly! Lenya and Lindsey also discuss walking through suffering, the verse of Psalms 23, the act of coming together in 2021, our favorite episode and the things we as humans do that make us weak. Lenya shares what she has coming up for her ministries. Sign up here for Lindsey's The Wife Project Waitlist launching again in June. Continue following along with Lindsey on The Living Easy Podcast and on IG @livingeasywithlindsey
36 minutes | Jan 19, 2021
44 | Learning to Breathe Again: Healing from Grief After Losing My Child with Stacy Henagan
Stacy Henagan wrote the book, Breathe Again, which focuses on how to not get stuck in your grief, unmet expectations and disappointments with God and life. This book came years after Stacy and her husband lost their precious 21-month-old baby to brain cancer. On today's episode, Stacy shares about the feelings of extreme loss, her relationship with Jesus, how grief impacted her life and how God has led her in her healing. Follow along with Stacy on Instagram: @stacyhenagan Read Stacy's New Book: Breathe Again
8 minutes | Dec 25, 2020
Merry Christmas from Us!: A Quick Word of Encouragement
33 minutes | Dec 22, 2020
43 | Dealing with Anxiety, Insecurity and Toxic Masculinity with Trevor Tyson
On today's episode, Trevor Tyson, founder of Fear is a Liar Co. and host of Trevor Talks Podcast, discusses the stronghold that anxiety and panic attacks have had on his life. Trevor shares about how toxic masculinity and bullying impacted the way that he lived and approached relationships. He talks about the deep roots of insecurity that the hurtful words of others created. God doesn't intend for us to live our lives in fear or anxiety, but most of us can't just 'pray it away'. Trevor shares practical and spiritual insight to help you navigate through your anxiety and insecurities on The All the Things Podcast!
43 minutes | Dec 15, 2020
42 | My Story of Sexual Abuse and Healing with Jena Gallo and Laura McEwen
Research indicates that when abuse victims feel like they can’t or shouldn’t talk about their experiences, their trauma can worsen. On today's episode, Jena Gallo shares her story of sexual abuse and trauma alongside her friend, Laura McEwen, who stood beside her during the arduous healing process. We discuss how shame, guilt and the lies of the enemy tend to silence women from speaking the truth about their circumstances, but also how relationship, the power of God's word and putting our pain in the light can bring redemptive healing. According to statistics, 1 in 4 women have been sexually assaulted, which means you likely know someone who has faced this alone (or may still be walking through it.) Laura's words of encouragement on what it meant to be a friend during this season, albeit not a perfect one, is an encouragement to all of us. Follow along with MEND on Instagram and Facebook: @mend_ministry If you need someone to talk to, or know someone who does, you can contact Jenna or Laura at email@example.com Follow along with Lenya and Lindsey on Instagram @allthethings.podcast
48 minutes | Dec 8, 2020
41 | Change of Heart vs. Changing Minds: Mitigating Conflict When You Don't See Eye-to-Eye with Sarah Anderson
Sarah Anderson is the daughter of a former presidential candidate and has vast experience in managing conflict - both within her own family and with those outside who turned their backs on her because of political or religious disagreements. On today's episode, Sarah pours out wisdom (this girl can preach and talks about how Jesus sets the example of mitigating conflict in scripture. She shares about we shouldn't attend every argument we're invited to and why we should be intentional about "taking inventory" of our beliefs, convictions and opinions. She shares practical wisdom regarding HOW to strengthen the relationships with friends or family members who disagree with you and why it's important for us to go back to the greatest commandment - to be known for our love, not for what we're for or against. Follow along with Sarah on Instagram @sbanderson Purchase her book: The Space Between Us: How Jesus Teaches Us To Live Together While Politics and Religion Pull Us Apart
62 minutes | Dec 1, 2020
40 | Lenya Gets Personal: My Cancer Story
On today's episode, Lenya Heitzig opens up about her history of a miscarriage, hysterectomy and cancer diagnosis. She vulnerably discusses the feelings that she had when she first began to lose her hair and what it was like purchasing a wig. She opens up about how some of the closest people to her weren't as supportive as she had expected and also why her mom had to stop people from entering her room at the hospital. Lenya shares about the emotions in her marriage from when she was first diagnosed up until the healing process and how her body has responded since.
40 minutes | Nov 24, 2020
39 | Contentment: What Are You Willing To Do To Get It?
17 minutes | Nov 10, 2020
38 | Lindsey's Favorite Christian Book List
On this quick episode, Lindsey Maestas shares her favorite Christian books that have most impacted her life. She shares the titles with a brief description of the book and why she recommends them to her friends and family. If you are looking for new books to read over the holidays, or gifts to give, this is a great resource!
52 minutes | Nov 3, 2020
37 | My Honest Divorce Story: Grief, Healing and Parenting as a Single Dad with Chris Misterek
Chris Misterek's wife walked out on him after 10 years of marriage and two children together. On today's episode, Chris shares candidly and vulnerably about divorce as a Christian. He discusses the stages of grief and feelings of depression and overwhelm that he experienced, along with spiritual and financial crisis. But God. Chris shares about how God has turned his heart toward forgiveness for his ex-wife and now continues to help take care of her as she battles mental illness. He talks about how Christ has healed his anger and sadness and brought him clarity and joy in the thick of the pain. We pray that his vulnerability and deep faith will encourage your heart today, whether you have been or are going through a divorce yourself or if you know someone who has. Our hope is that this conversation reminds you that God is near to the broken-hearted and the crushed in spirit. Find Chris on Instagram: @chrismisterek Check out his website: selfmadewebdesigner.com Tune in to Chris's Podcast: Self-Made Web Designer
46 minutes | Oct 27, 2020
36 | Suicide, Christianity and Eternity with Pastor Skip Heitzig
Pastor Skip Heitzig sits down with Lenya Heitzig (@lenyaheitzig) and Lindsey Maestas (@lindsey.maestas) to discuss what the Bible says about suicide. Suicide rates have skyrocketed during the Coronavirus pandemic and youth are also being affected. But God has a plan for the broken and the lost. In this conversation, Lenya shares her own past experience with depression and conversations of suicide and Pastor Skip talks about God's perspective on suicide. He answers questions like: "Does the act of suicide send someone to Hell?" and why suicide is never God's path for someone's life. We discuss why God allows evil and how evil can be used for God's good. We pray that this episode encourages your heart and helps to prepare you for conversations with friends in need. Purchase Pastor Skip Heitzig's booklet: God and Suicide Purchase Pastor Skip Hetizig's book: Biography of God
42 minutes | Oct 20, 2020
35 | “Dear Me”: The Importance of Self-Examination with Megan Lowri
Megan Lowri recently started something called the 'Dear Me Diaries' in which she empowers women to look inward and examine their own hearts and the life that Jesus is calling them to. Megan shares about her experience in the environment of a small church in Wales and the transition to a large Hillsong church and how her heart has been affected by both. Lenya, Lindsey and Megan discuss the importance of speaking into the lives of non-believers. She asks: 'What is on your heart? What is God teaching you? How can others learn from that?'
63 minutes | Oct 13, 2020
34 | Truth Telling, Overcoming Trauma and a Conversation about Abortion with Ashley Abercrombie
Ashley Abercrombie fought to overcome addiction, rape, abortion, perfectionism and dysfunctional relationships to become an honest, whole and free woman. Ashley has an unrelenting passion for justice, particularly anti-human trafficking and mass incarceration initiatives, and served the city of Los Angeles for seven years, winning commendations from the LAPD and Los Angeles Mayor’s office. On today’s episode, Ashley speaks on the topic of about dealing with trauma – and how to best communicate with our children to help them deal with trauma. She talks about valuing integrity over image and why pretending won’t make us feel anything but broken. Ashley also talks about her past history and pain that resulted from her decision to have an abortion and why she is now a pro-life advocate for women. We dig deep and discuss the ways that the church can be better and more compassionate as they discuss the pro-life discussion and why that matters. Get Ashley's book: Rise of the Truth Teller Follow Ashley on Instagram @ashabercrombie If you haven't had a chance to subscribe to, rate and review our podcast on iTunes, it would mean so much if you could take 30 seconds to do so! We love to hear from our listeners! Receive encouraging quotes and behind-the-scenes content on Instagram @allthethings.podcast Follow along with Lindsey @lindsey.maestas and @livingeasypodcast Follow along with Lenya on Instagram @lenyaheitzig
47 minutes | Oct 6, 2020
33 | A Political Perspective: The Importance of Voting as a Christian with Chip Lusko
"For by him all things were created, in heaven and on earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or dominions or rulers or authorities—all things were created through him and for him. And he is before all things, and in him all things hold together." Colossians 1:16-17. Whew. What a refreshing reminder. He is on the throne, friends. On today's episode, Ep. 33 | A Political Perspective: The Importance of Voting as a Christian with @chiplusko, Lenya Heitzig, Chip Lusko and Lindsey Maestas are talking about all. the. things. Chip shares his political perspectives and answers some of the more difficult questions that have been asked about the upcoming election. We talk about the importance of having a macro-perspective of the world politically while also appreciating the beauty of America. We discuss righteousness, the Kingdom and the importance of voting as a Christian. At the end of the day, we hope that this episode reminds you that: No matter what happens, God is ultimately in control. Hang out with us on Instagram @allthethings.podcast Follow Chip Lusko at @chiplusko Follow along with Lenya: @lenyaheitzig Follow along with Lindsey: @lindsey.maestas and @livingeasypodcast
35 minutes | Sep 29, 2020
32 | Body Dysmorphia, Marriage and Intimacy with Elizabeth Johnson
Body image struggles don't only affect us, they affect our spouses, our friendships and even our working relationships. They may also impact our vulnerability, intimacy and social calendar. Body dysmorphic disorder is a mental health disorder in which you can't stop thinking about one or more perceived defects or flaws in your appearance — a flaw that appears minor or can't be seen by others. On today's episode, Elizabeth Johnson from the Marriage Talks Podcast, shares her experience with body dysmorphia and how it has affected her sex life in her marriage as well as her relationship with her husband. Elizabeth openly discusses the conversations that she and Michael had regarding this issue as well as how she has worked through these body image struggles with the Lord to better honor Him and live a more content, joyful life. Follow along with Elizabeth and Michael on the Marriage Talks Podcast or on Instagram @marriagetalkspodcast.
53 minutes | Sep 22, 2020
31 | It's Hard to Hate Up Close: Standing Firm in Faith and Wisdom with Shealeen Louise
Matthew 7:3-5 says, "Why do you look at the speck of sawdust in your brother’s eye and pay no attention to the plank in your own eye? How can you say to your brother, ‘Let me take the speck out of your eye,’ when all the time there is a plank in your own eye? You hypocrite, first take the plank out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to remove the speck from your brother’s eye." Let's dig into the vitriol of social media and how we should be responding as Christians to the chaos currently surrounding us. Friends, we should be so grounded in Truth afraid to listen to the lies. Let us have open hearts and open minds and keep a check on ourselves before we check others. Shealeen Bishop is a well-known watercolor artist and has been featured in stores like Urban Outfitters. Prior to her art, she was in a popular band, Poema, and lived in Nashville with her sister as they pursued their music. On today’s episode, Lindsey and Lenya talk with Shealeen about her transition out of her music and why she and her sister decided to leave, even when their music and popularity was at its peak. She shares her heart on pursuing watercolor art and how she was able to process some of the most things she had been handed in life through her painting. They discuss the pursuit of entrepreneurship and the wonderful opportunity in our current generation to pursue our passions and to make it a business. Lenya shares how that differs from her own generation and what her experience has been as a working woman. Lindsey and Shealeen agree with maintaining boundaries in that entrepreneurship while working from home, as well as the importance of supporting our spouses in their passions, goals and dreams. Shealeen offers encouragement and wisdom when it comes to pushing back to the ‘haters’, to cancel culture and standing firm through fear in faith. She reminds listeners of the call in the Bible to remove the plank in our own eyes before trying to remove the speck in another's. Find Shealeen's artwork at shealeenlouise.com or on Instagram and YouTube @shealeenlouise! Follow along with The All the Things podcast on Instagram @allthethings.podcast!
67 minutes | Sep 15, 2020
30 | From Dropping Acid in the Hippie Generation to The Founding Father of Christian Music with Paul Clark
44 minutes | Sep 8, 2020
29 | Biblical Financial Stewardship: How We Got Out of 250K Worth of Debt with Bethany and Corey Adkins
"No one can serve two masters, for either he will hate the one and love the other, or he will be devoted to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve both God and money." Matthew 6:24. On today's episode, Lindsey speaks with Bethany and Corey Adkins about their journey to get out of 250,000 worth of debt. They racked up credit cards and bought pretty things - until they realized just how deep they were in debt. Bethany and Corey are sharing their top tips for our listeners to begin pursuing financial freedom. They also discuss the battle between pride and humility and growing in obedience to God's calling. Take the Adkins' free Mini Course: How to Own Your Finances So They Don't Own You Get their FREE Budget Sheet! Follow along with Bethany and Corey on Instagram @bethanyandcorey Hang out with Lindsey on IG: @lindsey.maestas and @livingeasypodcast Follow along with The All the Things Podcast @allthethings.podcast for encouraging quotes and scripture!
50 minutes | Sep 1, 2020
28 | A Christian Therapist's Thoughts on Self-Care, Forgiveness and Why Counseling is So Important with Kingsley Moyo
Kingsley Moyo is a Christian counselor and host of the Relationship Factor podcast who wants to break the stigma of counseling and therapy for Christians. On today's episode, Kingsley and Lindsey Maestas discuss the importance of counseling and why it's crucial to prevent the flames over trying to put out the fire. They talk about everything from the difference between talking to a friend and talking to a counselor, what healthy self-care looks like and the power of showing up. Follow along with the Relationship Factor podcast & stop by Kingsley's Instagram @relationshipfactor. Follow along with Lenya and Lindsey on Instagram @allthethings.podcast!
42 minutes | Aug 25, 2020
27 | How to Fight Fair
Shutting down, lashing out, the silent treatment, thinking the worst of one another - there are a lot of ways to fight in the wrong way. On today's episode, Lenya Heitzig and Lindsey Maestas discuss the ways that they have learned to fight fair. They share their own personal struggles with arguing and how those feelings have affected their personal relationships. They talk about the importance of being Kingdom-minded, controlling our tongues and remembering that we are on the same team. If you want to learn to argue well, we hope that this episode encourages you. If you enjoy these conversations, please take a screenshot of the episode and tag @allthethings.podcast on Instagram! Follow along with us on Instagram @allthethings.podcast, @lenyaheitzig and @lindsey.maestas
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