Married and Replanting Ep. 019: Our Year in Review

2020. What a year it has been. I’m fairly certain as I was sitting myself down to write out my goals and plans for the new year I did not include living through a global health crisis or having to adjust to stay home orders. I also don’t think I planned on budgeting my time around when I would be able to find toilet paper in the stores. I will be honest. I had big hopes and dreams for this year. We were beginning to get ourselves established with the local homeschool group, the kids were getting active and involved in community activities, and I was looking forward to finding ways to get involved in the community I had grown up in as well.

And then March came. I think we may resort to calling this the year that must not be named. The rest of the year had its ups and downs. Some would probably say more downs than ups but Dusty and I have chosen to look at the good things that have happened this year rather than dwelling on the stuff that was ugly and out of our control.

Does that mean that none of that ugly stuff happened??? Of course not. But we want to look at where the blessings are and not allow the hard and negative stuff to take a hold. So this week on the Married and Replanting Podcast Dusty and I are taking some time to recap some of the things that happened during the year not only in our personal lives but with the church as well. I will be honest when I say that as we sat thinking things through we had quite a bit of good come out of the year. More than I anticipated that is for sure.

So I hope you will grab a cup of coffee, a glass of tea, or your favorite soda and join us for a conversation about the things that have taken place this year.

What can you recap from the year? Are there more good things than bad if you take the time to really think about it? Let me know in the comments!

Ep. 024: Setting Healthy Boundaries The Married and Replanting Podcast

People are relational. That is how we are created, but sometimes it is necessary to set boundaries in order to ensure safe, healthy interactions. The problem is sometimes it can be really difficult to know when and where to set those healthy boundaries. This week Dusty and Elizabeth talk about the importance of setting boundaries both in your marriage and in the ministry. They talk about some of the pitfalls to avoid while doing so also. Setting boundaries isn't always the easiest thing to do but when it is done well and with a loving heart and mind set everyone benefits in the long run. Grab a cup of coffee or tea and join us as we discuss setting healthy boundaries in all the areas of our lives. Have a question about church replanting, marriage, or just life in general? Want to share a comment about how we are doing or things you would like to hear on the podcast? Send us a message, leave a note on our social media feeds, or leave a rating and review and we would love to discuss the things that will most benefit you in your marriage and ministry.  Follow us on all our social media platforms to be sure you never miss a new episode.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MarriedandReplantingTwitter: https://twitter.com/RpodcastM
  1. Ep. 024: Setting Healthy Boundaries
  2. Ep. 023: Let's Be Real
  3. Ep. 022:The Spiritual Drought
  4. Ep. 021: New Year Goal Setting for the Church
  5. Ep. 020: Setting Goals for Home and Family

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