Inspirational interviews to help you engage your life more this Summer!

With summer upon us and kids back home, there’s no better time than now to take the extra hours in the day to explore what it means to live fully! Part of learning how to experience life to the fullest is embracing curiosity to explore possibility in different areas of our lives. From becoming more curious in the kitchen to developing relationships with people different from yourself, from investigating ways to maximize our time to making peace with the hard parts of live, Curious Living is the gateway to embracing a full life!

Kristin Schell

Engaging Life From Your Own Front Yard

Vivian Howard

Cultivating Curiosity in the Kitchen

Jess Connolly

Embracing Wild Freedom to Live as YOURSELF!

Ken Wystma

What’s the big deal with creativity?

Barbara Rainey

Cultivating a Life-Giving Marriage

Karen Stott

Intentionally Creating Home

Alisha Gordon

Building Countercultural Friendships

Belinda Bauman

Finding Purpose in the Unexpected

Deidra Riggs

Uncovering Your Potential and Becoming a Peacemaker

Jamie Ivey

Trusting God with our Future Through the Messy Parts of Life

Matt Bays

Embracing Curiosity to Uncover Healing and Hope

Chrystal Hurst

Turning the Daily Grind into Joy-filled Living

Alli Worthington

Breaking the Busy Cycle

Sara Hagerty

Letting Jesus out of his box

Kat Lee

Hello Mornings and Other Healthy Habits

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Logan Wolfram would give you full access to her pantry if you lived next door. She is a plate-juggling mom and interior decorator turned writer, speaker, and host of the Allume Conference. She is a passionate leader who desires to see women live fully in Christ. Her first book is Curious Faith; Rediscovering Hope in the God of Possibility. Logan and her husband, Jeremy, divide their time between wrangling two inquisitive boys and a 175-pound dog named Titan. They reside in Greenville, South Carolina.

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