Rocking it Grand with Chrys and Shellie Podcast
May 16 • 28:30
Parent Differently with Kathy Koch (pronounced Cook)
Episode:

Parent Differently with Kathy Koch (pronounced Cook)

May 16, 2024 • 28:30 • Chrys Howard and Shellie Rushing Tomlinson

Chrys and Shellie are thrilled to let you meet and hear the words and wisdom of Kathy Koch. This is Kathys seventh book and she so perfectly tackles the subject of raising kids with character. Kathy says, Character marks us because it forms the foundation of all decisions, choices, attitudes, and actions. With a positive character, children are more likely to become who God created them to be. You can find Kathy on facebook at CelebrateKidsInc and her websitewww.CelebrateKids.com 

Podcast:

Rocking it Grand

With Chrys Howard and Shellie Rushing Tomlinson
Many times parents can't "see the trees " because the forest is overwhelming. Can I get an AMEN? Each week, Chrys and Shellie, seasoned moms and grandmas, help listeners see life lessons in the simple events that happen daily. If you could use some Godly parenting wisdom, encouragement and inspiration, along with some fun, real life stories, this podcast is for you! You can follow Chrys and Shellie on Instagram and Facebook or visit their website, RockingItGrand.com.
All Episodes:
May 23 • 20:06
Summer Plans, Parenting Hacks, Pickleball for the Win

Chrys and Shellie end this podcast season sharing some fun facts about their grandkids, a few parenting tips, pickleball experiences, and their summer plans. Listen to hear what clue that were living in 2024 popped up from both of their grandkids and if Chrys and Sadie won their pickleball game. Follow them: @rockingitgrand; @chryshoward; @shellietomlinson. 

May 16 • 28:30
Parent Differently with Kathy Koch (pronounced Cook)

Chrys and Shellie are thrilled to let you meet and hear the words and wisdom of Kathy Koch. This is Kathys seventh book and she so perfectly tackles the subject of raising kids with character. Kathy says, Character marks us because it forms the foundation of all decisions, choices, attitudes, and actions. With a positive character, children are more likely to become who God created them to be. You can find Kathy on facebook at CelebrateKidsInc and her websitewww.CelebrateKids.com 

May 9 • 28:30
Raising Kids to Follow Christ with Lee Ann Mancini

Lee Ann Mancini is a remarkable mom, teacher, podcaster, and author and you do NOT want to miss our visit with her. Her new book Raising Kids to Follow Christ is full of wisdom to help you raise your kids to know the Lord. Research is not in our favor for our kids to grow up and be Christ-followers, but we can change the game with some easy-to-implement steps. Follow Leeann at @raisingchristianministry and on her podcast Raising Christian Kids. 

May 2 • 27:40
If I Dont Laugh, Ill Cry with Molly Stillman

Mollys new book, If I Dont Laugh, Ill Cry, is a heartfelt memoir of her short life from devastating loss, grief, and financial debt to family life on a farm. Molly lost her mom at age 17 which was hard enough, but a series of events led her to spiraling into debt and shame from poor decisions. Many stories are but God stories and Mollys story is one of those. Molly, who dreamed of a future on Saturday Night Live, found herself in church and a new life was born. Listen and learn from Mollys story. Mollys podcast is titled Can I laugh on Your Shoukder? Her instagram is @stillbeingmolly 

Apr 25 • 29:45
Truth in True Crime

Chrys and Shellie interview J. Warner Wallace, a Dateline featured Cold-Case Detective. His new book, Truth in True Crime,investigates death to discover life meanings. In a fascinating conversation, Jim, covers topics from finding your identity to proving biblical truths through facts. Jim used his own investigative skills to turn from a life of atheism to Christianity. You dont want to miss this one! 

About the Host

Chrys Howard and Shellie Rushing Tomlinson

Chrys Howard, the mother of Duck Dynasty’s, Korie Robertson, holds a degree in elementary education and spent ten years teaching children with learning differences. After teaching, she joined their family owned business, Howard Publishing, where she served as senior editor and Creative Director for twelve years.

Chrys, President and Founder of It’s a Mom Thing Ministries, hosted a weekly radio show and website by the same name for ten years. She has authored fourteen books, including the best-selling Hugs for Daughters and Motivationals for Moms, with over 1,000,000 books in print and has co-written two cookbooks and two children’s books with Kay Robertson as well as Strong and Kind and Duck Commander Devotionals for Kids with her daughter, Korie Robertson. Her most current book, Rockstar Grandparent, released in March 2019. Her lifestyle site, Rocking It Grand, with Shellie Tomlinson challenges grandparents to be all they can be to the next generation. Chrys is married to John Howard, has three grown children, fourteen grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. They live in West Monroe, LA.

Shellie Rushing Tomlinson is an author, speaker, Bible study teacher and podcast host known for saying “Life is hard when it’s good, and it’s always better when you’re laughing.” Shellie’s best-selling humor books Suck Your Stomach In and Put Some Color On and Sue Ellen’s Girl Ain’t Fat, She Just Weighs Heavy! led Jeff Foxworthy to call her work, “Laugh out loud funny!” Her non-fiction titles, Heart Wide Open and Finding Deep and Wide are helping countless believers experience a deeper relationship with Christ, and her cookbook Hungry is a Mighty Fine Sauce with its companion devotional Devotions for the Hungry Heart feeds her readers bodies and souls!

Shellie and her farming husband, Phil, live in Lake Providence, Louisiana. They have two married children and six grandchildren. With the help of those grands, Shellie spends her summers trying to wear out a pontoon boat on the lake behind their home, and her winters dreaming of warmer days. According to her beloved labs, Beaux and Hank, Shellie is not spending enough time scratching doggie ears, but she is always trying to do better in that department.

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