Episode 006: Brad Wilcox – You Are Part Of The Solution

I had the honor of talking with Brad Wilcox about the importance of family culture.  He is incredibly insightful, and it was a real privilege to talk with him.

I’ll be honest, I have been pretty overwhelmed with my roles lately, and I was starting to question where I wanted to take this podcast. I had this interview scheduled and I knew I didn’t want to miss this opportunity.  Talking with Brad helped me remember why I wanted to start this podcast in the first place.  He was great to talk to, and I was inspired again to keep doing this even if it is just for a handful of listeners who may need some inspiration too.

Brad is the author of the book The Continuous Atonement, and he deliver the BYU address His Grace is Sufficient.  I just picked up his book at Christmas time and I’m looking forward to reading it.  His talk is one that I read over and over, and I highly recommend it.

I hope you enjoy this discussion as much as I did.

Below is a video I found of an interview about his book.

Mentions in this discussion:

The Continuous Atonement

His Grace is Sufficient

Brigham Young University

The Book of Mormon

The New Testament

Time Out for Women

Especially for Youth

Education Week

Gordon Neufeld

The Read Aloud Handbook by Jim Trelease

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About the author, Jodi

I live in Richmond, Virginia with my husband, Michael, and our four young kids. We homeschool, and work remotely, so I guess we may take this on the road some day! I have a bachelor's degree from George Mason University in Health Promotion Studies, but I attended five different universities before finally finishing while I was expecting my third baby! I'm a returned missionary from the Hawaii Honolulu Mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I'm sort of a jack-of-all-trades-master-of-none, but I do enjoy reading personal development and parenting books, finding new ways to enjoy exercising, and learning more about being an entrepreneur.

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