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Ep 9: Beth Moore
August 24, 2016 Christy Nockels

Welcome to The Glorious in the Mundane podcast everyone! Today my special guest is the lovely Beth Moore and I could not be more thrilled about it! Beth has been a dear friend through the years and I’m excited for you to hear from her and even how we met years ago and what she’s meant in my life. I’m so honored that she took the time to sit with me and catch up. I’m also honored that Ms Beth ordered my favorite Mexican food called Lupe Tortilla (in Houston) for our after podcast treat! I love Beth so much and it was such a joy to get to be with her and her sweet team of ladies at Living Proof!

Today you’ll also hear me give a tribute to my mom and dad, who just celebrated their 50 wedding anniversary. We got to celebrate with them in Oklahoma this past weekend. We gathered with family and their college reunion friends to surprise them with a night to remember. My Mom and Dad were my first worship leaders as a child. The first people to point me to Jesus. Even in trying seasons, as a couple, I watched them surrender everything to Jesus, which was the best thing I could have seen growing up…surrender. Enjoy a “homecoming” today as you’ll hear clips from the anniversary party, the songs we sang, the fun we had… This will go down as one of my favorites! Enjoy!


  1. Cari Mahan 11 months ago

    What a beautiful way to start my day! Your podcast is a beautiful, amazing, real and articulate conversation about a real God in a real life. I so agree with Beth Moore that you have a gift to speak life into people’s world using everyday language and situations. It meets me right where I am.

    In my world, I am a worship leader, pastor’s wife and mom to two teenage boys. Your podcast allows me to have some private “girl time” where I have no expectations, no mics, and no mirrors. Thanks for allowing God to use you in this way!

  2. Michelle Peden Vasquez 11 months ago

    Love this! I live in the Waco area, but I’m not originally from TX. When they opened Buc-ee’s in Temple everyone around here was so excited and drove the 30 miles to go to this place. I had never heard of it before and had no clue what it was. I did eventually go because I was so curious!

    I adore both of you and loved this podcast!

  3. Pam 11 months ago

    I stumbled upon your podcast and have to say I am so glad I did. Your storytelling in the beginning of each podcast is so inspiring and refreshing and has brought tears to my eyes more than once while listening. I particularly enjoyed this episode with Beth Moore. It was a delight to listen to. I agree with Beth. You really do have a gift, not only in music, but in speaking. Your words have encouraged my soul. I am looking forward to listening to more episodes. Thank you.

  4. Betsy Morris 9 months ago

    Good morning, Christy. I am a fellow Franklin girl and COTC stakeholder. I have followed you for a long time and was so excited when you started leading worship at COTC. I have also been loving your podcasts and are truly lifted up by them. I listened to your one with Nathan on Saturday before church last week and it was so sweet to see you all on the worship stage and feel a little more connected to your story and testimony.
    How Big You Are…PLEASE make this available for download if it isn’t already. What a sweet sweet song. And PLEASE find a way to incorporate it into worship or at least at The Well????
    Much love to you from your sister and fan.
    P.S. Knees to the Earth is my favorite song of all time. Can I be so bold as to request it for worship as well :).

  5. Jessica White 8 months ago

    I just discovered your podcast and had to listen to the Beth Moore episode first! I was excited to hear from Beth…but when I listened to the beginning of the podcast about your parents– I WAS SO MOVED! Thanks so much for sharing. I have to ask if the song that you sang is recorded anywhere? I loved it! It was so sweet to hear all of you singing it together. What a special time.

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