God Hears Her explores the stunning truth that God sees you, He hears you, and He loves you because you are His. It's for women who are in the trenches of the beautiful and messy moments of relationships, work, ministry, and life. Join Elisa Morgan (author and speaker) and Eryn Eddy (founder of the lifestyle brand, "So Worth Loving”) as they explore relevant faith-topics and invite guests to share stories of how God has met them in the every-day.
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How do we follow God’s will for our lives? Some of us have dreams and goals that end up changing over time, or are completely changed by a God who then provides in unknown ways. Finding peace in these moments is hard! Teresa Swanstrom Anderson had a ... more
Listen as God Hears Her Podcast hosts Eryn Eddy and Elisa Morgan answer your questions! We’re beginning Season 6 with a special episode moderated by God Hears Her producer Jade Gustafson. From life lessons to friendship advice, join the well-rounded ... more
In today’s culture, fathers get a bad wrap. Either they don’t show up for their kids at all, or if they do, they are heavily criticized. On this episode of God Hears Her, hosts Elisa Morgan and Eryn Eddy talk to Dr. Meg Meeker about the significant r... more
I love these ladies and the guest they have on their podcast. May God continue to bless them and their reach. more
As a Christian woman, I so appreciate this podcast and try to listen to every episode. They cover such a diverse range of topics and there’s so many great older episodes I can go back to as well. Thank you for all of the work you do Elisa and Eryn! 🙏🏻
I may enjoy these more if they didn’t go so much into “woo is me, because I’m a girl” vibes. more
I love listening to this podcast before work and during work. Puts me in such a good mood and positive thinking for my day to remind me how much god loves me
I came across these ladies randomly (well nothing is random, it’s God) and was dealing with a lot of shame and feeling guilty about my past. I felt like God was mad at me or didn’t want to talk to me. I listened to their podcast about how your past doesn’t define you and you’re never too far gone for God and it really changed my heart. I’ve been listening to more and more on my walks and I’m the mornings getting ready. Absolutely love the rawness of the conversations and the hope it gives women... more
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