Friday at 10am EST on Parent Talk: Cara Putman, Homeschooling, working from home and being a supermom; Kayln Waller and Lisa Cherry, Unmasking the Predators
Friday at 11am EST on Teen Talk: We’re re-airing the show with Danny Cahill, winner of Biggest Loser; Laura Kurk, on Hollywood; Laura L. Smith, Skinny (hint, this show)
If you missed the live show, you can grab the podcast now!
Cara Putman says this on her website’s bio page:
Ordinary Mom, Amazing God
I graduated from high school at sixteen, college at 20, and completed my law degree when I was 27.
My writing journey started in 2005 when I decided to write my first novel. Now I have fifteen books published with more on the way.
People say I’ve accomplished a lot and that I must have life by the proverbial tail. Hardly! I grew up as a homeschooled kid when homeschoolers were misunderstood and oddities.
I struggle with balancing my writing and law career, plus being a good mom and wife.
I often fear people won’t like my books.
I’ve walked through the deep pain of miscarriage.
Really, I’m just like you – I don’t have it all together and have gone through tough times. But in His strength, I’ve discovered a strength I never knew I had. A strength I want you to discover, too.
In the end I’m just an ordinary mom who has seen God do some wonderful things as I’ve been obedient to step into the calling He’s led me into.
Truth is though, Cara is everything but an ordinary mom. She has an extremely busy life, yet somehow manages to find balance and cling to what’s most important. Tune in to find out how!
Next up: Lisa Cherry and Kalyn Cherry Waller on unmasking the predators.
Lynn Cherry says: Nothing frightens us more than the thought that someone would hurt our children. As a mom, I would do anything to protect my kids. That’s why I wish I could undo the pain my then 15 year old daughter, Kalyn, endured at the hands of a sexual predator.
We can’t go back and change the mistakes we made that allowed the abuser access to our daughter, but we can help other families avoid such danger. After God miraculously healed Kalyn’s life, she and I wrote a book that can equip parents to both prevent the tragedy of sexual abuses and heal the wounds from serious attacks of the perverse forces coming against the lives of our kids.
Join us on Parent Talk to hear them tell their story. Kalyn was on Teen Talk a couple of years ago. If you’d like to hear that show, grab the podcast here.