Dancing in the Kitchen


Get ready to find your groove and bust a move because you are about to dance it out with Annie Leigh!

Annie Leigh Edwards is a pastor’s wife, mom of three, blogger and a firm believer that life is better when you’re dancing the kitchen. Like our kitchens, life is messy - but it doesn’t have to keep us from enjoying the daily grind.

Dancing in the Kitchen podcast will be like a dance party with good friends. All the pressure is off. Wherever life finds you - whether it’s wiping booties or writing books, folding laundry or commuting, when you are feeling it (and especially when you are not) this podcast is for you.

Dancing in the Kitchen offers interviews with some of your favorite authors, speakers, and artists. It includes conversations/ramblings with Annie Leigh and her friends as they “break it down” and share personal stories of failing forward and practical tips to do life. Be prepared to hear topics related to Gospel-centered living, parenting, depression, sex, marriage, cultivating friendships, healthy living, meal planning, and of course, pop culture.

Each episode will equip you to focus on what matters most and live with intentionality, resolve, and confidence. Discover that true joy and the power to change comes from living inside-out.

Together, we will be inspired to treat life more like a dance floor and less like a boxing ring (which means less bruises, and more fun).


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19 The Gift of Being Hidden in a World That Loves to Be Noticed {Sara Hagerty}

Sara Hagerty is the author of Every Bitter Thing is Sweet and Unseen: The Gift of Being Hidden in a World that Loves to be Noticed, a wife to Nate, and a mother of six, including four children adopted from Africa, one toddler who’s found his voice amid them all, and a wee-babe.

After almost a decade of Christian life, she was introduced to pain and perplexity and, ultimately, intimacy with Jesus.

God met her and moved her when life stopped working for her. His Word and His whisper took on new shape and form to her in the dark.

Sara writes regularly about life delays, finding God in the unlikely, motherhood, marriage, and adoption...you can find her info HERE.