The Jennifer Fulwiler Show
  • (00:00:00)- Jen admits that she cares about the royal baby despite herself. She also explains why hanging out at the Yale Club with a battle rapper shows her that bucket lists are stupid.

 

  • (00:24:40)- People are saying that Kate Middleton should take off her heels on put on yoga pants since she just had a baby, but Jen disagrees. She also comments on the tragic Alfie Evans case.

 

  • (00:46:17)- Meg Hunter-Kilmer stops by the show, and she and Jen are on fire about how we shouldn’t be so afraid of being “burdens” to other people.
Direct download: Podcast204.27.18.mp3
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  • (00:00:00)- Jen talks about Joanna Gaines’ 40th birthday and her pregnancy. She also warns against environmentalism that has anti-human sentiment.

 

  • (00:24:55)- Jen and Liv Harrison hang out with callers and talk about songs that put us in great moods.

 

  • (00:59:46)- Tommy Tighe joins the show for the “Is it a Christian song?” segment, which completely unravels - in the best possible way.
Direct download: podcast204.20.18.mp3
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  • (00:00:00) - Jen is taking all six kids on her book tour. She questions whether she has lost her mind and talks about what it really looks like when you combine work and family.

 

  • (00:20:45) - Have you heard the cool Catholic story behind the classic song Africa? Jen shares while playing the song five times.

 

  • (00:46:01) - Jen’s producer puts together different options for a book tour trailer, one of which makes it sound like she’s hosting a monster truck rally.
Direct download: Pordcast204.13.18.mp3
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  • (00:00:00) - The Tooth Fairy brought Jen’s daughter Nutella and everyone has a problem with it. Also, Jen plays a love song for her iPhone.

 

  • (00:29:49) - Jen crashes her website because she’s a control freak, and realizes that she hates taking bluebonnet pictures with the kids.

 

  • (00:54:07) - Jen has a powerful chat with bestselling author Bob Goff in which he reminds us that “comfortable people don’t need Jesus,” and God often works most powerfully in our lives when we’re in over our heads.

 

Direct download: podcast204.6.18.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:53pm CDT

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