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The Women who are part of the FAITHFUL project have had full summers and this fall we will gather together to write, share, and RECORD new music. More on that later....Until then, we felt it was important to introduce you to some of the women in the FAITHFUL community one on one. Like you're sitting across the table from them, sipping a fresh cup of coffee and swapping life stories. In this series we are calling "Coffee Dates", you'll hear these women interview each other, and answer questions sent to us on socials (and if you want to submit your own questions for a future episode, be sure to follow us!). Writer Savannah Locke picks up this conversation with host and founder Keely Scott. On this episode, we pick up with how the FAITHFUL book was being developed at an important time in Keely's family's journey, and how a quote written by Savannah hit her in a really profound way. This conversation spans TWO episodes, so this is part 2. Welcome to our coffee date. You can change the life of a girl in poverty: compassion.com/faithful Faithful Project Instagram Faithful Project YouTube
The Women who are part of the FAITHFUL project have had full summers and this fall we will gather together to write, share, and RECORD new music. More on that later....Until then, we felt it was important to introduce you to some of the women in the FAITHFUL community one on one. Like you're sitting across the table from them, sipping a fresh cup of coffee and swapping life stories.  In this series we are calling "Coffee Dates", you'll hear these women interview each other, and answer questions sent to us on socials (and if you want to submit your own questions for a future episode, be sure to follow us!).  Host Keely Scott kicks off this first episode with Savannah Locke as they answer an instagram user-submitted question about faith and community which led to a rich talk about grief, Gilmore Girls, and - lososely - breakfast tacos. This conversation will span TWO episodes, so this is part 1.  Welcome to our coffee date.
We at the Faithful project have been quietly working on a few new musical projects, this time based around the Psalms. We’ll be recording them in a few months to share with you later this year, but this week, in the midst of this week's particular national heartache, we wanted to share a special moment that happened at a writing camp late last year. Leslie Jordan, Trillia Newbell and Ann Voskamp were given the prompt of writing a song based on Psalm 94. What you’re about to hear was recorded on a single mic in the middle of the room right after they had written this song. It’s raw, real and we hope honors the very real pain in the world today. We grieve, but not as those who have no hope. Here are Leslie Jordan, Trillia Newbell and Ann Voskamp, as they share about Psalm 94 and this unreleased song “How Long?” You can change the life of a girl in poverty: compassion.com/faithful Faithful Project Instagram Faithful Project YouTube
The live version of FAITHFUL’s “Go and Speak” album came out a couple weeks ago. To celebrate we thought we’d share some unreleased conversations captured during the live recording. This incredibly special time with Amy Grant, Ellie Holcomb and singer/songwriters Jess Ray and Taylor Leonhardt, of the band Mission House, was recorded backstage at The Ryman Auditorium here in Nashville right after they performed the FAITHFUL song “A Woman” for The Today Show. Let’s jump into the second half of this time and hear about taking the risk of setting the table for community, and we get to hear about everybody’s first concerts! What a fun time with these amazing ladies. Affordable, private therapy with BetterHelp. Anytime, Anywhere. https://bit.ly/FPBetterHelp Visit canopy.us/faithfulproject and use promo code faithfulproject to get 30 days free and 15% off the regular price forever. You can change the life of a girl in poverty: compassion.com/faithful Faithful Project Instagram Faithful Project YouTube
The live version of FAITHFUL’s “Go and Speak” album just released two weeks ago. To celebrate we thought we’d share some unreleased conversations captured during the live recording. This incredibly special conversation between Amy Grant, Ellie Holcomb and singer/songwriters Jess Ray and Taylor Leonhardt, of the band Mission House, was recorded backstage at The Ryman Auditorium here in Nashville. They were there to perform the FAITHFUL song “A Woman” for The Today Show, and walked upstairs to chat about the deep history of shared friendships and how friendship and creating space for one another has impacted their work and families over the years. And don't forget to listen to the Imagine Faith Talk Podcast - New episodes every Wednesday! You can change the life of a girl in poverty: compassion.com/faithful Faithful Project Instagram Faithful Project YouTube
The live version of FAITHFUL’s “Go and Speak” album just released last week. To celebrate we thought we’d share some unreleased conversations captured during the live recording. Today we grab a seat next to She Reads Truth’s Amanda Bible Williams and singer/songwriter Tamar Chipp as they discuss the idea of “Solidarity”. What does it mean that God stands in solidarity with us? How has the pandemic exposed our needs and weaknesses? And could that be a good thing!? In the end, we’ll learn a bit more about what it actually means to remember the goodness and faithfulness of God. This is a good one!
As we get ready for this week’s release of the new live recording of FAITHFUL’s “Go and Speak” album, we’re sharing some unreleased conversations captured during that week’s recording sessions. In this episode we get to sit with Leslie Jordan and Sarah Macintosh, who have a unique perspective on the writing of the songs on this album and the writing of the first FAITHFUL book. They are a part of a writing workshop called “The Fold”, where they lead retreats for writers to create quickly around a series of prompts and then share those prompts with their fellow writers in a really affirming and constructive way. Mini versions of these workshops have kicked off every FAITHFUL writing camp, and they’re directly responsible for some of the most beautiful writing in the book and album. Let’s pull up a chair with Leslie and Sarah as they tell us more about the workshops and how they’ve chosen to lead this amazing group of creative women. We’ll hear, too, how writing and community go hand in hand, why writing in response to a prompt is so helpful, and why YOU, yes you, have more than enough to offer. Let’s listen. You can change the life of a girl in poverty: compassion.com/faithful Faithful Project Instagram Faithful Project YouTube
A new live recording of FAITHFUL’s “Go and Speak” album is releasing next week on May 6. In light of that we thought it would be fun to share some unreleased conversations we happened to record during the making of the live record. Today we get to sit with songwriters and authors Savannah Locke and Christa Wells as they discuss the topic of Beauty and how it draws us into the presence of God. Plus we get to learn about putting frames around moments so we don’t miss them, how Savannah should trademark her amazing phrases and the difference between bunny TAILS and bunny TRAILS. It’s a good time. Here we go. Affordable, private therapy with BetterHelp. Anytime, Anywhere. https://bit.ly/FPBetterHelp Visit canopy.us/faithfulproject and use promo code faithfulproject to get 30 days free and 15% off the regular price forever. You can change the life of a girl in poverty: compassion.com/faithful Faithful Project Instagram Faithful Project YouTube
A new live recording of FAITHFUL’s “Go and Speak” album is releasing next month on May 6. To celebrate we wanted to share some unreleased conversations that happened down the hall at the live recording. Today we’ll hear an amazing conversation between authors Ruth Chou Simons, Trillia Newbell and fellow author and singer/songwriter Ginny Owens. It’s a rich time as they discuss the love of God and what that actually means for us, how repentance both challenges and equips us to love our neighbor and why it’s important to Sing In the Dark. Let’s listen. You can change the life of a girl in poverty: compassion.com/faithful Faithful Project Instagram Faithful Project YouTube
The live version of FAITHFUL’s “Go and Speak” album is releasing next month on May 6. To celebrate we thought we’d share some unreleased conversations captured during the live recording. In this episode we sit down with singer/songwriters Janice Gaines and Sarah Kroger as they discuss the idea of “Belovedness” and the ways this concept changes how we see ourselves and others. We’re going to learn why it matters to learn about the character of God and the difference between being set free and actually living in freedom. Whew! This is is a good one. Enjoy! Affordable, private therapy with BetterHelp. Anytime, Anywhere. https://bit.ly/FPBetterHelp Keep your family's smartphones safe with Canopy. https://bit.ly/FFCanopy You can change the life of a girl in poverty: compassion.com/faithful Faithful Project Instagram Faithful Project YouTube
In this episode, we sit down with the founder of She Reads Truth, Amanda Bible Williams, the founder of GraceLaced, Ruth Chou Simons, and singer-songwriter, Taylor Leonhardt, to discuss the story of Mary and Martha from Luke 10. The three of them discuss how many of us find ourselves in the role of Martha, anxiously looking to our responsibilities rather than Jesus for fulfilment. Coming out of an anxious year, Amanda, Rachel, and Taylor remind us, like Jesus taught, what it looks like to choose the better portion. Let’s dive in. Affordable, private therapy with BetterHelp. Anytime, Anywhere. https://bit.ly/FPBetterHelp Visit canopy.us/faithfulproject and use promo code faithfulproject to get 30 days free and 15% off the regular price forever. You can change the life of a girl in poverty: compassion.com/faithful Faithful Project Instagram Faithful Project YouTube
On today’s episode, we sit down with artist Joy Prouty, writer Savannah Locke, and worship-leader Tamar Chipp, as they examine the story of Jesus revealing his resurrection to Mary. They discuss how we should remain sensitive to the voice of God, how sharing your victories is just as valuable as sharing your shortcomings, and how significant it was for Mary to be the first to see Jesus after His death. Now, here’s their conversation. Affordable, private therapy with BetterHelp. Anytime, Anywhere. https://bit.ly/FPBetterHelp You can change the life of a girl in poverty: compassion.com/faithful Faithful Project Instagram Faithful Project YouTube
On this week’s episode, singer songwriters Sarah Kroger and Jess Ray, as well as author Kelly Minter, sit down to take a deeper look at the Book of Ruth. Ruth’s declaration of loyalty reinforces God’s faithfulness to us, bearing the reminder that no matter what hardship you may face in this moment, you will persevere, and receive the goodness He has promised. Come join the conversation. Keep your family's smartphones safe with Canopy. https://bit.ly/FFCanopy You can change the life of a girl in poverty: compassion.com/faithful Faithful Project Instagram Faithful Project YouTube
Today, we sit down with singer-songwriters Christa Wells and Leslie Jordan, as well as co-founder of She Reads Truth, Rachel Meyers, as they reflect on Mary’s sister Martha, and her interactions with Jesus. Through Martha, God reminds us the importance of anchoring your days in the Word, and how taking the time to receive is just as important as taking the time to give. Now, here’s their conversation. Affordable, private therapy with BetterHelp. Anytime, Anywhere. https://bit.ly/FPBetterHelp See more of Nora's story here: https://youtu.be/0Jn5rWu_hu0 You can change the life of a girl in poverty: compassion.com/faithful Faithful Project Instagram Faithful Project YouTube
On today’s episode, we sit down with singer-songwriters Ginny Owens and Sandra McCracken, as well as writer and speaker Trillia Newbell, to take a deeper look at the story of Paul and The Slave Girl in the book of Acts. They discuss how God is faithful to us through redemption, how relationships are the foundation of faith, and they even share some unexpected moments where the Lord’s faithfulness has shined through. Let’s dig in. Thank you to our sponsor of this season, Compassion. Faithful Project Instagram Faithful Project YouTube
On today’s episode, we unlock hidden truths in the story of Rahab from the book of Joshua. Join Amanda Bible Williams, co-founder of She Reads Truth, visual artist Joy Prouty, writer and photographer Savannah Locke, and singer-songwriter Jess Ray as they discuss what it means to risk it all like Rahab and align yourself with what God is doing in our world. Their conversation is a fierce reminder that God uses ordinary and marginalized people to enact His perfect plan. I can’t wait to hear what they have to say. Thank you to our sponsor of this season, Compassion. Faithful Project Instagram Faithful Project YouTube
On this episode, we sit down with singer-songwriters Christa Wells and Sarah Kroger, as well as author and songwriter Ginny Owens, to talk about the story of Hannah, from 1st Samuel. They discuss the challenges of failing the standards set by society, praying with an open voice, and what it means to be honest with God. Sarah reminds us not to worry, nothing you can say will shock Him. Let’s jump in. Thank you to our sponsor of this season, Compassion. Faithful Project Instagram Faithful Project YouTube
On today’s episode, we explore the unique role Ruth’s mother-in-law Naomi plays in the Book of Ruth. Join writers Kelly Minter and Trillia Newbell, as well as worship-leader Tamar Chipp, as they dive into the life and lessons to be learned from a woman often overlooked in biblical study. Naomi’s story reminds us that even when we distance ourselves from God, He remains faithful to us through and through. Come join the circle for this conversation. Thank you to our sponsor of this season, Compassion. Faithful Project Instagram Faithful Project YouTube
On this episode, we sit down with singer-songwriters Rachael Lampa and Sandra McCracken, as well as co-founder of She Reads Truth Raechel Myers, as they discuss the story of Esther. They breathe new life into this story, helping us to understand how her surrender actually foretold that of Jesus’, and how her holy determination is something to be admired. Now, here’s their conversation. See more of Nora's story here: https://youtu.be/0Jn5rWu_hu0 You can change the life of a girl in poverty: compassion.com/faithful Faithful Project Instagram Faithful Project YouTube
In today’s episode, the founder of GraceLaced, Ruth Chou Simons, and singer-songwriters Leslie Jordan and Taylor Leonhardt gather for a challenging discussion around the story of Leah from Genesis. Together, they unpack how God uses messy stories with imperfect characters, just like us, to bring about righteousness and fulfillment. In the midst of a crisis or injustice, sometimes the only thing we can do is give our situation up to God. Let’s dive in. See more of Nora's story here: https://youtu.be/0Jn5rWu_hu0 You can change the life of a girl in poverty: compassion.com/faithful Faithful Project Instagram Faithful Project YouTube
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