In this Throwback episode Shelene and Barbara talk about Thanksgiving Day traditions and Shelene's Thankful Dinners. The ladies discuss throughout seasons of life how traditions don't stick, how being adaptable is a good thing, and how to deal with these changes. How we can Splash our friends and family with the love of Jesus - there is always room at the table!
Who says you can’t change your path in life?! With God's help and direction, we can accomplish whatever we feel guided to!
Nowhere is this truer than when setting new goals. As we all know, Shelene’s word of the year is health-in every way. This week, Shelene is keeping it real in the way she always does to discuss learning from others and how to stay on the path to health and wellness when the bread basket is staring you in the face. With the help of this week’s guest, Maria Amato, MS, RD, CEDRD, the ladies discuss what it means to make lasting changes and where to start. Hint: it’s not a “one size fits all” answer but good thing Maria has plenty of solutions up her sleeve to help us all stay on our chosen path to achieve our individual goals!
Overwhelmed? Overworked? Confused? No, we’re not just talking about the heat and your day job. We’re talking about Bible education for you and your family! In these crazy times, many families have been tasked with now being the sole educators for their childrens’ spiritual teachings and are finding themselves in over their head! Don’t worry, if you’re one of these, you’re not alone. Enter….Kristie Christie! A Jesus-loving educator who has revolutionized how to teach the major gospels and bring them back to a fun, interactive, experiential process for the entire family! Learn more about ReVibrant kids-the new, BIG thing in Bible education on this week’s episode. We promise, it’ll be fun for everyone!
In the debut episode of Splash (6/29/2018), Shelene sits down with her friend, mentor, and co-host Barbara Cameron. Former Hollywood agent and mom to Kirk Cameron and Candace Cameron Bure, Barbara shares how the fame of her children led to her to taking the leap to accomplish her lifelong dream of owning her own business. Best buddies, Shelene and Barbara take us on a fun, encouraging, and inspiring journey as they delve into marriage, family, charity and the faith that drives it all.
God’s plan doesn’t always come with clear road signs or GPS, just ask Joshua, Gideon or Abraham but it is during these times especially that having faith in HIS plan will provide you the inner peace you need. This week’s guest is our very own Ashley Ulmer who discusses how her faith grew in the Lord when faced with incredibly difficult news upon giving birth to her son, August. With a very happy ending to this story, it’s a reminder that when you’re speaking about God, having blind faith isn’t blind but enlightened faith.
She's most recognized as everyone's favorite perky and upbeat next door neighbor BUT Andrea Barber (aka Kimmy Gibbler of Full House), has lived a life of more than just pining after "Uncle Jessie." Now with kids, marathons to run and a love of In N Out burger, Andrea shares her new book with us, Full Circle, and opens up about the trials and tribulations of life post-Full House and being a single mom.
Deborah, Sarah, Esther, Miriam....not just women of the Bible but STRONG women. Strong leaders start with strong mentors and good role modeling-it takes a village. No one knows this better than Jo Saxton, author of Ready to Rise, she's here to discuss women as leaders and how we can learn to step into our own with God's help. This is the year of the woman! Let’s start helping each other and encourage each other to be the wise, wonderful leaders God already knows we are!
Ever heard that quote “Don’t let the past define you?” It’s a great one but, our guest this week, Kasey Van Norman, is challenging that notion in the greatest of ways and showing that our pasts can catapult us to where God really wants us to be. A counselor and author, she works to show everyone that NOTHING in our pasts is wasted on our journey to being who HE wants us to be and understanding true unconditional love.