Making Family Devotions Crazy Fun with Tim Shoemaker | Episode 78

Making Family Devotions Crazy Fun with Tim Shoemaker | Episode 78

What if your family devotions looked less like sitting in the living room listening to someone read and more like electrocuting a pickle? Or converting a leaf blower into a toilet paper launcher? Or lighting toothpaste on fire? That sounds crazy, doesn’t it? But I’m...
It’s a Christmas Special! (Traditions, Memories, & the Christmas Story) | Episode 73

It’s a Christmas Special! (Traditions, Memories, & the Christmas Story) | Episode 73

Welcome to the very first Christmas episode of the No More Perfect Podcast! This was so much fun to record, and we’re eager to share it with you today. Christmas holds a special place in most of our hearts in some way or another. And that’s true for Mark...
What We Learn From Women in the Bible with Dr. Marina Hofman | Episode 71

What We Learn From Women in the Bible with Dr. Marina Hofman | Episode 71

Reading the Bible is such an important part of getting to know Who our God is and to carry His truth through our daily lives. But do you ever struggle to make sense of how the Bible applies to your story? Do you ever have a challenging time finding the truth in...
What Do I Do With All of My Feelings? (with Jessica Hottle) | Episode 65

What Do I Do With All of My Feelings? (with Jessica Hottle) | Episode 65

If we’ve been connected for any amount of time, then you likely know how passionate I am about emotional health. As a “thinker” and a former “avoider,” I have finally–late in life–learned the value of feelings and emotion. Being married to someone...
Seeing the Wins In Your Life with Todd and Brooke Tilghman (The Voice 2020 Winner) | Episode 60

Seeing the Wins In Your Life with Todd and Brooke Tilghman (The Voice 2020 Winner) | Episode 60

What if we could become experts at seeing joy in the mundane? Think about it. We’d likely learn to see the silver lining in the clouds. We’d identify blessings even in hard seasons. We’d view life through the possibilities rather than through the liabilities. I...