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Ep 41: Special Guest Lauren Tomlin
May 9, 2018 Christy Nockels

Special Guest – Lauren Tomlin

Today is a beautiful reminder that before we are a wife or a mama, we are a daughter with an invitation to take God up on all that He has for us, if we’ll just choose to step into it with Him. 

Today is actually our Mother’s Day episode, but PLEASE don’t pass it up just because you are not a Mama! There’s something for EVERYONE in today’s episode! Today is actually one of my favorite interviews that I’ve gotten to do, to date! You’re going to get to hear from my beautiful friend Lauren Tomlin whom I’ve actually mentioned several times on this podcast before! She’s married to my friend Chris Tomlin and theirs is a story that has been incredible to watch unfold over the years. Married later in life, Lauren opens up about the invitation that marriage and parenthood has been to engage their hearts deeply with the Father. She is so transparent about accepting God’s invitation in it all, even through a lot of pain and trial, but how it’s changed the way they live with and love each other and their two beautiful daughters. Lauren and I teared up several times throughout this interview as we’d recognize some “full circle” moments and could clearly see the hand of God and His faithfulness right in front of us! Don’t miss this one! I’ll talk to you soon!

-Christy

3 Comments

  1. Chona V Saco 1 year ago

    Hi Christy and to your friend who marries a fave Christian artist of mine. I love listening to Chris Tomlin’s music. Keeps me going in life as God immerse in myself through his songs.

    Yeah, I’m not a mother yet though I have a mutual friend abroad. For the past 5 years, we have known each other. We communicate and see each other almost always everyday through video call.

    Though things go differently now as we agree to cool off and part ways for good. You know as a lady of course you want a happy ending but it didn’t go that way.

    I’m not bitter and I don’t want to feel bitter. I maybe brokenhearted but I accepted it as this is not the will of God to marry and to have a child.

    As of now, I am living with my immediate family in the Philippines. I am happy if nephews and nieces will visit the house. I play with them as if I am a child again.

    So I am thankful I listened to your podcast again. It is really interesting! I also love to hear your song, Let It Be Jesus on You Tube. Jesus takes care of me and my future. Love, Chona.

  2. Megan Kovacs 1 year ago

    Is the book that Lauren talked about called, “How to Really Love Your Child” by D. Ross Campbell?

  3. Pam Stewart 11 months ago

    I was wondering about the book title too!

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