Digging Deep Podcast features a weekly 30-35 min. episode for a general audience and a periodic 14 min. episode The 14 Min. #Momlife Pause
Book information: tinawebb.net/books
Doug’s website: myfatherscrown.com
Topics will include: God’s Sovereignty and Our Responsibility, Faith, Healing, Prayer, Race and God’s Purposes, Ethnicity and Injustice, Emotional Health, Biblical Prosperity, Parenting, The Psychological Effects of Poverty, Generational Trauma, Spiritual Warfare and Oppression, Fighting for Your Future and so much more.
Tina Webb works as a spiritual director, author, ghostwriter, business owner and podcaster. She is mom of four adult children and two children under thirteen. She and her husband, Doug, are co-hosts of Digging Deep Podcast – Life Talk w/ Doug and Tina. Tina owns Cultivate A Better Life, LLC which offers online mentoring opportunities for moms. cultivateabetterlife.org
Amy Wicks of Simply Wholehearted Podcast interviews Tina in the first of 3-part Series discussing motherhood, social justice, faith, and being a culture changer.
The co-hosts welcome Tina Webb to the panel for a roundtable discussion about how to approach justice from a biblical foundation and how this applies practically in our world both on the personal and systemic levels. Plus, spoken word artist & producer Jerome Bailey Jr. Author of Liberation is back to join the conversation as special guest co-host.
Discussions with Christians who take seriously the call of Isaiah 14 and do it in their sphere of influence – They shall build up the ancient ruins; they shall raise up the former devastations; they shall repair the ruined cities, the devastations of many generations.
Dr. Ivy is an architect in the education space innovating access for all students. She possesses an Ed.D. in Educational Psychology from Regent University with a research focus in childhood trauma’s impact on learning and development coupled with a specialty certification in Neuro-sequential Modeling in Education (NME) from The Child Trauma Academy (CTA). Dr. Ivy’s Grounded Learning Framework provides a blueprint for redefining education so that we can move past the mythical pursuit of equity and justice and truly have the hope of realizing it. She is the founder of Every Child Whole, LLC, an educational services organization, and its affiliated non-profit ReThink Learning, Inc. She has just released her book, Grounded Learning: Education’s Recovery Plan and is the author of her own story, LOST: Finding My Way Back to a Place I’ve Never Been and the educator course, The Day Trauma Came to Class.
Sandy Bates has been a part of many intercessory prayer ministries and has a heart for women’s ministries. She pioneered a women’s group and newsletter called “Crown of Roses” back in the early 2000’s. She and her husband Jim have three children and Sandy views her role as mother as third, after being a wife and a daughter of God. She has a passion to see the Body of Christ come to a greater unity and love for one another. She’s currently working on a book project that has to do with the Body of Christ coming together in unity and prayer for our nation.
Part 1 of Interview with Gabby Heusser
Gabby is passionate about preaching the gospel and seeing people step into their inheritance in Christ. She has traveled to Malaysia, Australia, Africa, and in the United States sharing the message of the wild love of God that sets people free! She also equips leaders in evangelism, the prophetic, and loving and leading from a supernatural lifestyle. She is a graduate of Christ for the Nations Institute in Dallas, TX and Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry in Redding, CA. Gabby and her husband, Andy and their two daughters, Sarah and Emily, live in Keizer, OR. She is the author of, In His Footsteps, which tells the story of her miraculous physical and emotional healing. You can connect more with Gabby and her ministry, Gabby Heusser Ministries, at GabbyHeusser.com, Facebook, or Instagram.
Pt 2, Tips for sharing the gospel, a testimony of physical and emotional healing, her book, In His Footsteps, and a word to build you up and give you vision! “The place it (evangelism) needs to start is that intimacy with Jesus and those times of worship where the revelation of who He is comes, because when we see how worthy He really is and how holy and how awesome and how much we’ve been saved from, it is like an explosion that happens on the inside of us.” (Gabby Heusser) “We’re all called to preach the gospel. It’s going to look different for all of us. We have different personalities, the message is the same, but it’s going to look different for a stay-at-home mom than for someone like me where my kids are older teenagers and this is what I do…” (Gabby Heusser) Learn more about Gabby and her books: GabbyHeusser.com
Interviews with Moms who’ve written books, started businesses, homeschooled, coached and more! All use their stories, insight and faith to encourage others.
Patti Pilkington Reed is first a wife to Frank and mom to Ryan and Hope. She homeschooled her children for approximately seven years with a passion and commitment to impact the spiritual, emotional, and intellectual health, and growth of her children. She is an entrepreneur and owned a Christian advertising business for 18 years in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Patti currently leads a team of other aspiring entrepreneurs and leaders through her skincare business. Her most recent venture as a new author began over three years ago when she answered God’s call to write a devotional book around the topic of parents of teens/young adults. Patti has received training and certification in Conversational Intelligence®️ and is a certified C-IQ coach. Patti’s aspiration for FACE TO FACE: SMART CONVERSATIONS WITH YOURSELF, YOUR TEENAGER, AND YOUR YOUNG ADULT is to create an opportunity for parents to be intentional and courageous through conversation to discover the God-given greatness within each of their children. As a result, a relationship that is enduring, sustaining, and life-giving will emerge. Patti and her husband Frank of the Frank, Starlene, and Hudson morning show (KLTY radio 94.9) reside in the Dallas-Fort Worth area and have been married for almost 30 years.
Donna Scott, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, shares her experience with counseling women who have suffered childhood sexual trauma, the response that the Church can have to help the suffering, overcoming shame, and why sometimes it takes years for women to get help for their past trauma.
Donna Scott is a licensed marriage and family therapist who combines her professional experience and training with compassion and insight from God’s Word. Her goal is to empower, educate, enlighten, and equip one’s relationship with God and others. With over 30 years of experience providing Christian counseling, Donna is passionate to help those with hurting hearts heal. As a speaker, Donna engages her listeners with her dynamic visual demonstrations and provides tangible, practical tools designed to improve relationships and quality of life. Her desire is to live a life worthy of the calling she has received from God. Donna also served as an Adjunct Professor at Azusa Pacific University, Bethel Seminary, and The Chicago School of Professional Psychology in the Marriage and Family Department in San Diego, California. Donna is a graduate of Biola University holding a B.A. in Psychology, and a Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy from United States International University. On a personal note, Donna praises God for 34 years of marriage and the blessing of their four adult children. She serves at the New Seasons Church in Spring Valley, California as a new member’s counselor and women’s Bible study leader. Her desire is to live a life “worthy of the calling” she has received. https://www.donnascotttherapy.com/
Interview with Paul and Bettina Stevens, Founders of Reclaimed Hope Initiative, “Special Needs, Faith and Racial Sensitivity”
Doug’s Book and a Bit of Banter
God Vs. Our Opinions
2 Cor 10:5 needs to be on the forefront of our minds as we deal with new ideas, theories, and curriculum for our kids.
“Parenting, Emotional Health and God”
Tina interviews her husband, Doug.