Each week on the podcast, one of Stephanie’s girlfriends comes over to chat about a topic that is central to our hearts as women. They talking about friendship, faith, relationships and self-confidence—as well as our calling in life and how to create a life we love! Each episode feels like that conversation that takes place around the kitchen island, late at night in your comfiest sweatpants, a La Croix in one hand and a slice of pizza in the other, where wisdom and laughter abound.
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Hey friends! Welcome to Girls’ Night! Today, we’re welcoming back my dear friend Ainsley Britain to Girls Night. Ainsley is an Author, Podcast Host, and Enneagram Coach, helping young adults embrace their confidence, date healthy and discover their i... more
Hey friends! Welcome to Girls’ Night! I’m so excited about today’s episode. Today we’re talking about super busy seasons of life, and how we can bring some order to the chaos! Our guest for this episode is Emily Ley. Emily has been on the show once b... more
Hey friends! Welcome to Girls’ Night! I’m so excited about today’s episode. Today we’re talking about friendship. I learned SO MUCH from our guest, and I can’t wait for you to hear from her. Our guest for today’s episode is Dr. Marisa G. Franco. Mari... more
The description casually mentions "faith", hiding it amongst many other topics. But the "faith" is only centered on christian mythology, and lately every episide has been heavily christian-mythology-related and the christian mythology book (aka "christian bible") features heavily in every episide. Let me tell you, in the entire 50 years of my life, christian mythology has featured in exactly zero of my girls nights out or just-us-girls conversations. This podcast is mis-advertising itself and is... more
Been following Stephanie for about 5 years. I do love how with her podcasts she makes it feel like it’s a girls night and has a heart for women and female friendship. Her singleness and dating topics helped me but I haven’t listened to to anything related to those on her podcasts recently due to feeling like I’ve taken that advice and I’m almost 30 and single. I get that singleness is hard any age and it’s not wrong to be married but being single in your late 20s and older is different than bein... more
I truly needed this show without realizing it! I need the reminders every episode gives me to be honest, be vulnerable, choose courage, embrace community, and trust God. Thank you for these real conversations! This show is so inspiring and NEEDED!💕
Love this podcast so much! I found it recently and have already listened to so many episodes. There are so many podcast that I find that have interesting titles but I end up listening and it is filled with a lot of fluff and not truly helpful. Stephanie, along with the people she brings on are so insightful and truly offer such wise and practical advice. I love this podcast and am so excited for there to be more releases and to listen to all that has already been released!! ❤️
I’ve just started listening to Girls Night after hearing about it on Jordan Lee Dooley’s podcast (they must be friends 😄) and got hooked right away. First of all, Stephanie’s voice is so calming and makes me just want to listen to her all day. Second, you can tell when Stephanie is listening to her guests, she is taking it all in and thinks of great comments and questions to add to the podcast. Mainly the fact that it is a Christian podcast is what I appreciate as well, but all those things ... more
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Girls Night launched 5 years ago and published 183 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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