The Happy Hour Podcast is hosted by Jamie Ivey, and each week she brings a guest to the show. During the happy hour they will discuss anything and everything just as if you were around the table with your own girlfriends. Jamie loves to connect with women and encourage them as they journey through life. These conversations will make you laugh and cry all in one. The Happy Hour will be something you look forward to each week. You will be encouraged as you listen to other women talk about the simplest things in life to the grandest. Grab a cup of coffee and enjoy the conversation!
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I used to love Jamie. Seems like all she does now is promote her political beliefs and herself to make money. She has given in to the secular world and does very little “pointing people towards Jesus,” as she used to say. Her opinions are not based in biblical truths or factual data and research for that matter. She shares Instagram posts and other podcasts that fit her narrative but nothing from Christian “influencers” who have a true biblical view of today’s issues. Incredibly disappointing be... more
Such a powerful podcast with truly inspiring guests! Jamie brings such a high level of energy and passion for Jesus in every episode, which is absolutely needed today. Stories are needed to help us connect and see that we can overcome, and I’m so grateful Jamie is sharing these stories.
I started listening at the start and loved her beginning episodes. I loved it all the way up until she starting siding more and more with the world and less and less with Biblical truth. Just beware she has an underlying agenda that is not rooted in the truth of God’s word, but sounds really nice and appealing. Just a warning to be discerning.
I don’t agree with everything that’s discussed on here, but that’s why we have the Bible - to test everything with it. However, as a whole there are a lot of great discussions to learn from. The host does a great job at hosting!
I have been enjoying Jamie and her guests immensely. I look forward to every episode and have gone back and listened to many older ones. I am consistently encouraged and challenged. Recommend it so much!
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The Happy Hour launched 8 years ago and published 584 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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