We are so excited to welcome one of Kait's very best friends....Elyse Murphy to the show! Elyse is a writer, speaker, and influencer who is committed to using her platform to have authentic conversations and share meaningful moments that inspire people to live up to their God-given calling. She’s an over-sharer and a people pleaser and will probably get distracted mid-conversation, but she’s doing her best to live a healthy life (body, soul, and spirit) and point them to Jesus... And she’s ok if that’s a little bit messy. In fact, these days? She kind of likes it messy.
In a world that is desperate to be seen, she’s on a mission to be known. And she wants to take everyone with her.
Elyse grew up as a pastors kid in Sydney Australia and, after graduating from Hillsong Leadership College, wrote her first book “Confessions of a Church Kid.” She moved to Los Angeles in 2013 to pursue ministry and found a whole new world of life and its lessons along the way. She’s currently in the process of writing her second book and has expanded into media. Elyse is now the co-producer and host of “On A Lighter Note” with Lightworkers and works with media outlets to create content that will help people find hope and have honest conversations about faith, health, and relationships. She’s also currently working with Christine Caine and Propel to launch Propel Girl later this year.
Today, Elyse and Kait have a candid conversation on heartbreak and what it feels like to go through the motions and process of healing. If you've ever felt like you've have a had a hard time learning how to love again after heartbreak, then this is an episode you do not want to miss!
Could You share a little bit about who you are and what you do?
What was it like going through a divorce in the public eye in your church community?
What are some things you do to “numb the pain”
Connect with Elyse:
Follow Elyse on Instagram HERE
Order her new devotional HERE
Jordan and Matt talk about communication and why it's so important in a relationship. They also discuss "opposites attract" and how to manage your expectations.
Dr. Margaret Nagib talks about soul ties - what are they, how do you get them, and how do you break them.
Cristina discusses dating in today's world and topics such as "too many options" meeting people in a healthy way, and what we should look for.
Mandy tells her story of being an older single woman and how to battle comparison, being confident in yourself, and the idea of taking a dating break.
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