Ep. 37 – Once An Athlete with Pam Hitchner

A recent study released by Earnst & Young found that 90% of female executive-level leaders had played sports at some point in their background.  We decided to put that statistic to the test and find out about the sports background of several local female leaders and learn what lessons they learned playing sports have helpedContinue reading “Ep. 37 – Once An Athlete with Pam Hitchner”

Once An Athlete with Jolee Paden

A recent study released by Earnst & Young found that 90% of female executive-level leaders had played sports at some point in their background.  We decided to put that statistic to the test and find out about the sports background of several local female leaders and learn what lessons they learned playing sports have helpedContinue reading “Once An Athlete with Jolee Paden”

Ep. 35 – Once An Athlete with Tiffany Nesfield

A recent study released by Earnst & Young found that 90% of female executive-level leaders had played sports at some point in their background.  We decided to put that statistic to the test and find out about the sports background of several local female leaders and learn what lessons they learned playing sports have helpedContinue reading “Ep. 35 – Once An Athlete with Tiffany Nesfield”

Ep. 34 – Once An Athlete Series Intro

In 2017 CNBC released a study done by Earnst & Young showing that 90% of female executive-level leaders had done sports somewhere in their background.  We found this to be an astounding statistic and set out to interview some female leaders that we know and find out what they learned from sport that allowed themContinue reading “Ep. 34 – Once An Athlete Series Intro”

Make a Memorial

What are some significant monuments or memorials that you can think of? Why are they important? In Joshua 4 God tells Joshua and the Israelites to make a memorial. Let’s overview why this was significant at the moment. Back in Exodus, God sent Moses to tell the Pharoah of Egypt to let the Israelites go.Continue reading “Make a Memorial”

Calling All Extroverts

As an extrovert, Heidi Conley is high energy and extremely relational.  She talks about how she connects with people easily and often gets invited into their story.  As part of her job with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Heidi has the opportunity to use these gifts every day.   She cautions extroverts and people whoContinue reading “Calling All Extroverts”

Gifted Behind the Scenes

Lisa Davis loves being in the supporting role.  Experience has taught her that she doesn’t love being in the spotlight, but she does love empowering and supporting others.  Having worked as a school psychologist and now working in a supporting role for her husband who directs a surf ministry, Lisa sees her gifts of administrationContinue reading “Gifted Behind the Scenes”

Surviving to Thriving

Becky & Patricia talk about the importance of operating out of our gifts and figuring out what those are.  Too often we get overwhelmed and frustrated and can’t figure out why we are struggling so much.   In order to use our gifts well, we need to know what they are and we need toContinue reading “Surviving to Thriving”

Co-parenting through Divorce

Let’s face it, divorce is hard any way you slice it. With kids, it is important to not let them get caught in the crossfire. Today we talk to Juanita Pizer and she talks about the importance of setting aside her differences and working with her ex-husband to raise their kids well. Juanita talks aboutContinue reading “Co-parenting through Divorce”

Sports for Girls in the 50’s

Becky’s mom, Tammy Roberts, shares about being a majorette for football games in the 50’s.  Born in 1941, Tammy talks about the limited opportunities for girls to play sports.  She also talks about being the mom of female athletes in the 80’s and 90’s.   She talks about how it is important to always loveContinue reading “Sports for Girls in the 50’s”