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The Gems of Motherhood podcast features amazing gems of mothers from all walks of life. Each week you’ll hear interviews, stories, as well as resources and actionable tips that you can implement in your daily life to be the best gem God has called you to be. I look forward to walking this journey with you. Visit our website at https://gemsofmotherhood.com/ for more information.
 
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My guest Arlene Pellicane, author of Screen Kids, shares about raising kids in a world of screens. In her house, Arlene and her husband have a “no phone, no gaming, no social media” policy for their kids. They have a practical reason behind this decision and she shares her research with us. “Kids who are raised constantly with screen, don’t know ho…
 
Certain conversations should be non-negotiable in your house. But when should you have them? And how? Tough conversations are just that—tough. Either way, we still need to have it. My guest Bev Berrus will be talking about how to have hard conversations with your children. “We have to prepare our kids for the world to live in the world and not bein…
 
A homemaker is defined as “one who manages a household, especially a wife and mother. This career is important enough to demand a woman’s diligent preparation, commitment, full energy, and great creativity. Today my guest Beverly Berrus talks about the high calling of a wife and mother. “As wives and mothers, we’re in the business of shaping and pr…
 
Now we all want well behaved children, but kids often misbehave. Having difficult conversations with children is hard. Yet, In today’s podcast, Stacy Bellward talks about The Power of Questions. She shares concerning the importance of asking questions. The opposite of asking is telling. And telling does not work. We often get into these patterns in…
 
Every child learns differently. While some children strengths are reading or writing, others learn more effectively through hands-on activities. There are three primary defined learning styles: visual, auditory and kinesthetic. This week’s podcast, my guest Melinda Ledman will talk about identifying your children’s learning style. Melinda is a full…
 
My guest Pastor Michelle Soto continues in Part 2 of “Mothers Arise.” Pastor Michelle shares how her ministry was birthed through prayer. Whatever your situation is, nothing is too small or too big for God. “Don’t ever think that your prayers are not heard by God. Your prayers are mercies stored up.” Michelle also shares practical ways to teach our…
 
Standard Christian parenting isn’t getting the job done. This is a call to all Christian mothers, we need RISE UP. Today my guest Pastor Michelle Soto will be speaking in Part 1 of 2 series entitled “Mothers Arise.” Michelle shares about the role of mothers and she uses Deborah from the Bible as an example of a Godly mother. Searching deeper into D…
 
In this episode, we hear from artist Sharon Hayes, who is currently exhibiting her work, My Little Corner of the World, Anyone Would Love You at the Philadelphia Museum of Art as part of its New Grit Art in Philly Now show. Hayes is connected to Philadelphia by virtue of her professorship at the University of Pennsylvania. Her work uses photography…
 
A healthy identity comes from understanding how truth gives us insight into ourselves. Truth told, our deepest yearning is to understand where we came from, and what is our purpose in this World. Our significance comes from the Creator. In this week’s podcast, my guest Quina Aragon will talk about Helping Kids Recognize their Identity in Christ. Th…
 
The Bible is the most important book ever written in history. And what could be more important than teaching kids to read the Bible? Teaching kids the Bible is the single most important experience in guaranteeing your kids are successful. Today my guest Erin Davis will be talking about helping children fall in love with the Bible. Erin shares that …
 
Disability is a subject which is confounding and difficult to reconcile. If you live with a disability you often think why did God allow this in my life. If you have children with disabilities, it can be even more gut-wrenching trying to safeguard your child and at the same time trying to make sense of it all. Each circumstance comes with its disti…
 
There are great spiritual lessons from God’s Word about the concept of a lasting legacy. For many of us, we know that if we don't intentionally pass along our beliefs and values to our children, it will be filled by our culture’s beliefs and values instead. Today we’re going to be talking with mother-daughter duo, Teresa Conlon and Kate Hughes abou…
 
Valerie Cassel Oliver discusses her latest trailblazing exhibition at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, “The Dirty South: Contemporary Art, Material Culture, and the Sonic Impulse.” Illustrating, through the frame of Southern hip-hop, how early 20th-century Black visual and sound aesthetics helped shape contemporary Southern art, music, and a mater…
 
When people become parents planning for the future becomes a priority and requires a greater level of accountability, responsibility and wisdom. Today we’re going to be talking with mother-daughter Chrystal Evans Hurst and Kariss Farris about Leaving a Legacy that will Outlast You. Coming from a family with an incredible legacy, they both share exa…
 
Kids are very different, the world and culture are extremely different and normal Christian parenting isn’t getting the job done. As Christians parents, we need to start thinking outside the box about our parental role. My guest Denise Mira discusses Revolutionary Parenting and what it means. To be revolutionary means to take drastic and far reachi…
 
Even as it adapted to changing market conditions imposed by the pandemic, Phillips gained ground in auction totals, global reach, and the number of high-value lots it sold. At the same time, it furthered its long-held reputation as the auction house that creates markets for new artists. Phillips CEO Edward Dolman talks about the importance of Asia …
 
Kids seem to be in constant transition so much these days. And parents are just trying their best to keep up. Sometimes it’s really difficult to tell how a child is doing, especially if we’re not being extra aware of what is happening in their lives. My guest Michelle Nietert talks to us today about the warning signs to look for to ensure our kids …
 
This world has a completely different point of view about gender identity than the Christian worldview. This difference causes hesitancy in many when the subject is broached. To be honest, it is such a difficult topic to talk about with adults, now think about how difficult it is to talk about it with our children. My guest Denise Shick addresses t…
 
Motherhood is one of the most fulfilling journeys life offers, but it is exhausting. Add work outside the house to the mix, and you may find yourself stretched very thin. Today my guest Lila Rose shares her experience balancing her career with motherhood. Lila shares how intense a career can be routinely, yet when you add the wrinkles, like events,…
 
Art writer, curator, fashion figure and man about town, Antwaun Sargent discusses the May/June 2021 issue of Art in America which focuses on New Talent. In the 1950s and 60s, Art in America ran a series of regular features and issues that sought to identify up-and-coming artists whose work would be lasting and meaningful for the future. Instead of …
 
As mothers we all struggle one way or another because the juggle is real! Today my guest Jill Savage will be talking about no more being perfect. What we chat about The pressures of needing to be the perfect mom The comparison game How does the pressure affect children emotionally and mentally Expectations vs realistic hope…
 
Astrid is a Certified Professional Midwife practicing midwifery in the paradise community of SteamBoat Springs, CO. She also is a teacher of herbal medicine and has a Women's Herbal Gathering retreat coming up very soon (see links below). Astrid shares her journey to midwifery and how herbal medicine plays a role in her every day life and practice …
 
In this week’s podcast, my guest Melissa Vande Kieft shares her story about eagerly waiting on God while coping with infertility. Infertility is not an easy situation; you feel social pressure to have kids and you feel judged by well-meaning friends, family members, or even strangers. It is a journey, even if it is lonely and grounded in fear. “Thi…
 
In this week’s podcast, my guest Mo Isom Aiken shares about the secret of having true intimacy with our first love based on her third book, Fully Known. A mom’s job is hard and important work. And the only way we can perform this work is through God’s spirit and His love. His spirit is already poured out for us to receive. And His love is a functio…
 
In this week’s podcast, my guest Ruth Graham shares about the miracle of forgiveness. When we live with unresolved anger or hurt, the result is nearly always bitterness, broken relationships, and unhealthy behaviors. Unforgiveness if left unresolved can sabotage our entire life from the spiritual to the mental to the physical. Ruth Graham shares he…
 
Sharon shares her Journey to Midwifery that starts in Alabama and will come full circle back to Alabama! What is up with Midwifery care in Alabama?? Take a listen to this episode to hear some insights into that. Sharon is currently the Chief Director of the Midwifery program at Bay State but has some big future plans to improve Midwifery care in Al…
 
The Bible is the most important book in history. In this week’s episode, Rachel-Ruth Lotz Wright talks about how to make the Bible come alive to our children. She shares how she presented her daughter with the Gospel from the moment she was born and talks about Bible stories with her children at all times. “I try to always tell them stories. I want…
 
Robert Mnuchin, a retired banker who became an art dealer, reflects on his career as an organizer of insightful and original exhibitions. In an era when galleries have expanded across the world with multiple venues and large sales teams, Mnuchin remains a committed individual dealer advising and supporting clients in their acquisitions. Mnuchin’s u…
 
There are so many incredible moms in the Bible. Yet, there is one mother who rarely grabs any acclaim — that’s Moses’s mom, Jochebed. In this week’s episode, Maria Durso talks about empowering moms by using Jochebed’s life as an example. Jochobed lived in dark and challenging times. Pharaoh wanted to kill every Jewish boy two years and younger. Yet…
 
Bethany Arrington is a Certified Nurse Midwife and owner of Genesis Birth and Wellness, a home-birth practice in Greenville, South Carolina. She is currently the only black-owned home-birth practice in her area, and very proud of that fact! She shares her Journey to Midwifery and her lessons learned opening a home-birth practice. Link to Bethany's …
 
Want to take a trip around the world and practice Midwifery? Take a listen to Kristine's Journey to Midwifery and her amazing career in humanitarian work. She shares stories of traveling with her young son, living the life of a humanitarian midwife and her recent work with Doctors without Boarders. A link to Kristine's Blog: https://midwifewithoutb…
 
Today’s episode seems more critically important today than ever before. The role of mothers is slowly eroding blocked out by competing interests and societal priorities, yet it doesn’t mean a mother’s value has changed. In this episode, Mo Isom Aiken shares her heart on the importance of a mother using the example of Mary, the mother of Jesus. Mo p…
 
Postpartum depression is something seldom discussed, but which affects many people. Mental health can mean different things to different people, depending on individual experiences. In this week’s podcast, my guest Carly Graham shares her postpartum depression story. Carly speaks about the different signs of postpartum from loss of interest of thin…
 
Mari-Carmen Farmer, MSN, CNM, WHNP-BC works in Philadelphia as a midwife. She shares her 22 year long journey to midwifery, entangled with working, motherhood, growing her family and the loss of a child. Mari-Carmen continues her work in anti-racism and inclusion in birth work, and shares her philosophy and perspective on this subject, as well as s…
 
In this podcast episode, Nancy touches on a very important subject matter. It’s important to teach our children to love their bodies. If we don’t, they may pick up misperceptions and wrong teaching from the culture. Issues, like homosexuality and transgenderism, are infiltrating school curriculums starting as young as preschool. As Christians we ne…
 
Sukey Krause, MSN, CNM, FACNM is the Director of the Midwifery Education Program at Baystate Medical Center and Assistant Professor, UMass Medical School. She shares her journey to midwifery and her thoughts on midwifery education and WHY we need MORE education programs, as well as ideas on how to get that going! If you work for an academic medical…
 
Artsy CEO Mike Steib joined the platform for galleries and collectors only eight months before Covid-19 shut down the global art market. The pandemic has isolated most galleries from their collectors. Without gallery shows or the huge influx of visitors at art fairs, Artsy has worked to fill the gap with new tools for both client galleries and coll…
 
Catherine is a retired CNM with a varied career in hospital, home birth, a military career and motherhood. She offers insight and lessons learned through her journey to midwifery and throughout midwifery. Listening to experienced midwives is a great lesson for all of us newer to the career, and I'm so thrilled she was willing to share her story. Sh…
 
Beauty… a subject matter that is hardly addressed especially when it comes to motherhood. Anytime moms are around something that delights our senses it reveals what captivates to our soul. This is further proof of God’s vast array of images and what is true beauty. Abbie defines true beauty as something that awakens us to God. “The message of beaut…
 
Have you ever wanted to chat with your ACNM chapter president? Have you ever wanted to chat with a midwife involved in legislative work? Well, on this episode, you get BOTH!! Katie is an experienced CNM with a wealth of knowledge and a giving heart! You will love hearing her speak and tell her story of advocacy work for midwives in Virginia, as wel…
 
The rate of depression and suicides continues to climb. And anxiety is now considered an epidemic in children. My guest Sissy Goff tackles this topic in How to Help Kids Handle their Emotions. Sissy shares that there is a tremendous difference in how children of different sexes deal with anxiety. While girls experience anxiety twice as much as boys…
 
The 2020 auction season—a wild ride of improvised sales amid strong but elusive demand—closed out with Asia driving the market for a wide range of artists. Koji Inoue, Senior Director of Sales for Hauser & Wirth in the Americas, and Kim Heirston, a private art advisor, help us make sense of the bidding. Hong Kong Saves the Art Market is part of our…
 
Do you find yourself threatening, repeating your instructions or raising your voice in an attempt to get your children to obey? We’re glad you’re joining us today as Ginger Hubbard talks about 6 Discipline Mistakes Parents Make. Her talk encourages us to take a more biblical, heart-oriented approach to training our children. “Children should be tau…
 
Yvonne Heavyside, a British trained Health Visitor, lactation consultant and community nurse who has more than 35 years working experience in obstetrics, health visiting, lactation advice, family planning and maternal and child health nursing owns and operates the Family Zone, a home visiting business that supports postpartum families in Hong Kong.…
 
THIS INTERVIEW! Augustine opens up to her very emotional and vulnerable path to midwifery and includes all the amazing work she has done along the way. Much of it with deep sacrifices. We can all learn from story's like Augustine and I am deeply thankful she came on to share this journey with all of us. You can check out her links below... https://…
 
Being a mother is no easy task since we are natural caregivers. And balancing marriage, motherhood, and ministry is no small task. In this podcast, Esther Ibanga will speak to us about Balancing Motherhood. “It wasn’t easy. A lot of times, I found myself torn between my family and ministry.” Pastor Ibanga shares about her calling and how she has ha…
 
This episode is with Dr. Rachel Reed, a UK and Australian midwife. She is the host of the podcast "A Midwife's Cauldron" and writes a blog "MIDWIFE THINKING." This is a great episode with Dr Reed who shares her journey, the differences of midwifery in the UK vs Australia, her PhD research (which is AMAZING!!) her blog, her podcast and books. Please…
 
Adversity! We all go through them. Naghmeh Panahi has experienced many storms in her life from persecution to abuse, yet she always knew God was with her. In this week’s podcast, Naghmeh talks about keeping close to Jesus during the storms of life. She shares that problems may persist, turmoil might worsen over time, but God is in control working i…
 
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