How do we love God in grief? Carrie opens up about her decision to walk away from God for two years in 2005 and what bought her back with a new perspective. This is a useful episode for those questioning the goodness of the divine and those suffering to stay intimate in their faith.
First of a two-part series Carrie talks about the useful, and not so useful attempts of helping those who are bereaved. A subject that so many people shy away from, Carrie finally plucked up the courage to talk about how friends help and what they can do to soften the blow of grief.
A podcast for my single/divorced/widowed AND married friends. This takes a look at being single in your thirties/forties and onwards. How do we steward the best life being single and avoid pining for a season we are not yet in? Couples - some advice on how to help your single friends and some thoughts on the segregation that happens when people begin to marry. This episode looks at both sides of the coin, how we need to stop fixing our single friends and instead start matching them. Carrie gives an honest account on being single and how to remember your worth without a beloved.
Episode one of a two-part series. Carrie talks about taking an intentional look at building trust within ourselves. Once that begins, the sky is the limit. Take a listen for practical steps in gaining confidence in the decisions you make for yourself and for others.
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Carrie talks about the epidemic of porn, how we have reacted to it, and how it’s not technically porn that is the issue but the motivation behind clicking online. From shaming the spouse to shaming from church members - those tactics haven’t worked, but Carrie has discovered success within her own journey and pastoring others to having successful relationships once more.
In a world full of fighting opinion, Carrie looks into the importance of diversity and how we love in disagreement. From finding friendships with Christians when she was an atheist, to the current political climate, freedom of speech is losing its edge and causing an identity crisis.
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Carrie discusses her early twenties and the era of being in love with addicts as well as being one herself. She also shares a conversation recorded two years ago, where she counsels a friend from drug addiction to finding life again. Whether you’re addicted to a substance or loving an addict, this one is for you.
We live in a time when it's become so commonplace for people to deflect, blame others and see the world as a barrier to our personal well-being and success. On this latest editon of Carrie On, Carrie Lloyd exhorts us to take personal OWNERSHIP of our lives, our relationships, and our communication.