Still With You hosted by Kohlie Browning

Kohlie Browning

Craving a splash of encouragement in your life? Podcast host, Kohlie Browning is a Midwest girl on the Gulf Coast scene, living with a glass of icy cold brew coffee in her hand and Jesus in her heart. “Still With You” is a space sharing gold, inspiring stories with genuine friends about our faithful God. It’s purpose is to uplift and celebrate His promise, He is always with you. Kohlie’s love for the edgy and unlikely things in life spill over into every fueling conversation and keep things interesting to say the least! Catch every episode releasing on Tuesdays.

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Every seventh episode of 'Still With You' we, as a community of friends, share an intentional time of rest and refreshment by being in the word of God together. This week on the podcast we are easing into Psalm 105, a chapter written by David, carrying sincere gratitude for all God has done. It opens sharing, “Give thanks to the Lord and proclaim His greatness. Let the whole world know what He has done”. David reminds the reader of the historic, miraculous, and true stories of Abraham, Joseph, and Moses. These three men of the Old Testament were amazing leaders, but also broken, everyday people, just like us, that God still wanted to use. Psalm 105 is overflowing with encouragement to not only exult God’s holy name and remember the wonders he has performed, but also to follow his decrees and obey his instruction. Drop a few extra ice cubes in your drink! Or add a second splash of cream, if you favor a hot beverage this time of year? May Psalm 105 be the song of our heart we share the Word and sincere thankfulness together this week.  Official show notes available at www.kohliebrowning.comMusic, "Memory Card Full" by Birocratic"Pure Potentiality" by Benjamin Martins"Slowly Until We Get There" by Joey Pecoraro

Nov 23

6 min 52 sec

Two years ago Chi-Town native turned Dallas, Texas local, Kimberly Dendy, had a vivid dream of two little kids full of joy sharing the story of the birth of Christ. As a mother of two, reading books with her children when they were little was one of Kimberly's greatest joys, but she never once considered becoming an author herself. Weeks following the significant Christmas dream Kimberly found herself writing and the words spilling from her heart were forming a beautiful story of adventure, love, and faith.On this episode of Still With You I am honored and excited to be celebrating the release of Kimberly’s first book, Luke and Lily’s Christmas Wish.Fictional characters, Luke and Lily are five year old twins who love everything about Christmas and are always excited to share the story of the birth of Christ with other children. Over the years they have heard stories about the legend of the Guardian of the Angel Tree and had hoped that this would be the Christmas that their prayers would be answered and they would finally have an adventure all their own.In this conversation Kimberly shares a behind-the-dream look into the moments that shaped Luke and Lily’s Christmas Wish. I loved speaking with her about the writing process as a children’s author, intentionally honoring diversity through literature, and the blessings that arrive with obedience in following God's plans.Luke and Lily’s Christmas Wish is a book you want to place on your Christmas list. I hope you get it, gift it, and most importantly, allow the story’s message move your heart. Official show notes available at www.kohliebrowning.comMusic, "We'll Be Alright" by Gabrielle

Nov 16

40 min 53 sec

This week we are observing a holiday that needs no introduction. Veteran’s Day is an annual moment for us, as civilians, to honor and celebrate the selfless men and women of our U.S. Military who have served our great nation. 🇺🇸Clearly, this federal holiday is close to my heart. As many of you know my husband, Chris, served in the Navy for 7 1/2 years and is now a Staff Sergeant with the U.S. Air Force Reserves. My brother, Sergeant Bennett Stock, also shares the veteran title. Ben served as an infantryman in the U.S. Army with Fort Bragg’s 82nd Airborne Division in North Carolina. In June 2019 he and hundreds of other brave men and women departed from the United States for a nine month deployment in Afghanistan. While my family’s hearts trembled with fear everyday Ben was away we chose to place our trust in God. We prayed for Him to cover Ben’s life with His protection. In the middle of a global pandemic, March 2020, God answered our prayers and safely brought our soldier home.On this episode of Still With You I am joined by the returning guest, the red, white, and bro himself, my brother, Ben, to talk about his service experience in Afghanistan. While a large chunk of this chat is heavy hitting there are a few hilarious splashes of stories of barrack tattoos, his dog, Bear, and a new house building he has in process. What I love most about our conversation is learning how to pray strategically for our service members as well as the nation of Afghanistan. As followers of Christ, who believe in the power of prayer, friends, I ask you lean in.I am so thankful for every armed forces member who has given their life to serve our great nation. There is not a day that passes in which I do not thank God for my brother and our military. I am grateful for his service, inspired by his grit, and overjoyed for his second appearance on the show. Happy Veteran's Day!⚠️ CAUTION: This episode contains conversation topics that might be sensitive to young listeners and triggering to individuals with current or prior military experience. Listener discretion is advised. If you or someone you know needs help please connect with the Veterans Crisis Line  to reach caring, qualified responders with the Department of Veterans Affairs, 1-800-273-8255 or text 838255. You are not alone.Official show notes available at www.kohliebrowning.comMusic, "We'll Be Alright" by Gabrielle

Nov 9

39 min 1 sec

Earlier in this season of Still With You I had the opportunity to speak with faith-based fitness coach, podcast host, speaker, and #1 best-selling author, Jessica Hottle. This conversation is shared on Episode 88: Dismantling Lies Keeping You From Healing with Jessica Hottle. Since recording together Jessica has published new book, "Face Off With Your Feelings: Break Up with the Lies of the Past and Embrace the Truth for your Future". Over the summer Jessica so generously shared any early copy for me to read and friends, this book is life changing!Jessica has the gift of sharing how Biblical truth and health science intersect. Romans 12:2 talks about being transformed by the renewing of your mind. But what does that actually look like? How can my brain practice this on a Tuesday? Does what I feel matter to God? Should my emotions be set aside?"Face Off With Your Feelings" is less like a text and more like a personal invitation to ask these tough questions. Jessica teaches, we no longer have to run and hide from our feelings. Our feelings can lead us into a deeper relationship with God. She believes and has the truth to back it up that God wants you well in all areas of your life.How free would you feel if your feelings didn’t get the final say in your life, but God’s Word did?Open the notes app on your iPhone or have a pen and Post-It Notes pad near. Hand to heart you will want to remember every word you hear from Jess as she shares simple, tangible actions steps for us to take as we work through the process of healing.Official show notes available atwww.kohliebrowning.comMusic, "We'll Be Alright" by Gabrielle

Nov 2

30 min 6 sec

The kid himself, singer/songwriter, dancer, actor, comedian, Arthur Rocker, is not just an entertaining artist, but now and incredible up and coming podcast host. In March 2021 he and astounding co-host, Lyndsey Cross released “Uncultured Misfits” a podcast uniquely blending pop culture education and opinion journalism to all podcast listening platforms. Since “Uncultured Misfits” inception I have had the opportunity of working alongside Arthur and Lyndsey, as the show's podcast editor and producer. You know how much I love creative audio projects, the partnership was an easy yes!Today on the show I am honored to be hanging out with these influential friends. In my conversation with Arthur and Lyndsey they uncover the behind-the-scenes of how Uncultured Misfits came to be. We also spill a round of hot topics debating Taylor Swift albums, our fav shows in the teen drama genre, and discuss if rapper, Lil' Bow Wow really has discovered the fountain of youth?It is still my favorite goal to make all of my friends fans of the kid himself Arthur Rocker and now it is a joy adding the hilarious and intelligent Lyndsey Cross to this list. Connect with Arthur and Lyndsey and listen to Uncultured Misfits on all podcast platforms such as Podcast, Spotify, Anchor, iTunes, and more.Official show notes available atwww.kohliebrowning.comMusic, "We'll Be Alright" by Gabrielle

Oct 26

57 min 54 sec

Podcast host, author, speaker, and friend who loves all things friendship, Jeanette Tapley, treasured life with her family in Land of the Midnight Sun. She and her husband, Jesse, both native Alaskans, married young, began growing a beautiful family together, and never dreamed of leaving their home state. Yet, when God wildly asked the Tapley's to uproot and move Jeanette was left with a tough decision to make. Rather than allowing her feet to be concrete she chose to trust in Jesus and follow where He was leading. Today Jeanette and her family live in Austin, Texas where her heart beats for people to be heard, valued, and never alone no matter what stage of life they find themselves in. She is the podcast host of It's Time for Coffee, a space for forming genuine friendship while sharing intentional conversation over cups of coffee, of course! Jeanette's first book, It's Time For Jesus: Believing The Truth Of Who You Are, Right Where You Are, released in July 2020 and encourages others to step into close friendship with God. What I admire most about Jeanette is her contagious joy in forming lasting friendships with every person God place's in her path. She is all about Bible-based love and teachings to help us grow into the friends we long to be and nourish the relationships we already have.Connect with Jeanette and listen to "It’s Time for Coffee" on all podcast platforms such as Podcast, Spotify, Anchor, iTunes, and more. Official show notes available atwww.kohliebrowning.comMusic, "We'll Be Alright" by Gabrielle

Oct 19

42 min 51 sec

“The Lord is close to the brokenhearted; he rescues those whose spirits are crushed.” -Psalm 34:18 NLTPodcast host, model, and inspiring speaker, Holli Wright was raised on the outskirts of Baton Rouge, Louisiana in a small, blue, beat up house. Though she loved her family, especially her strong single mother who cared for her and her three siblings, Holli lived in constant fear. The small blue house she so desperately wanted to call home was abusive and unhealthy. Broken relationships with father and friends left Holli hurt and empty. She was always searching for someone to accept her, love her, and remind her that she was wanted.“I was always trying to fill a void, that only God could fill”.During her senior year of high school Holli was invited to church and experienced God’s faithfulness and comfort for the first time in her life. After rededicating her life to Jesus she found a new security growing closer in relationship with Him. Now knowing her true identity as a daughter in Christ she witnessed her prayers being answered through God’s provision and found pure joy in serving Jesus. In 2012, Holli attended the Healing Place Church and began serving in high school ministry where she fell in love with encouraging young girls of the future generation. Two years later Holli moved to San Diego, California where she lives still today.Holli is the founder and CEO of HER, a media platform where she shares blog posts, podcasts episodes, fashion, and offers a space to bring community to girls around the world. Holli’s heart is to help influence girls of all ages by encouraging them to find their purpose and walk in their calling.“I want girls to know that our past does not define their future. God can use any situation we go through, and turn it around for good. I hope you follow me on this journey as a fierce, strong, and a woman after God’s own heart. Let’s be HER together.”Connect with Holli and listen to HER on all podcast platforms such as Podcast, Spotify, Anchor, iTunes, and more. Official show notes available atwww.kohliebrowning.comMusic, "We'll Be Alright" by Gabrielle

Oct 12

37 min 5 sec

We are made to live in healthy relationship with one another. However, many of us, from our own personal experiences, understand relationships are easily dismantled by drama, competition, betrayal, and broken by unforgiveness. What began as a sincere connection over warm mugs of coffee led to vulnerability, maybe even years of memories together, often ends in deep soul wounds and a knotted need for healing in hearts. Friendship is complicated and perhaps, you have considered giving up in investing in relationships altogether? Today on the show I am speaking with a new friend who hears you! Her sneakers were scuffed for a season, walking in a painful experiences involving friendship.Andi Andrew is the author of She Is Free and Fake or Follower and is the founding pastor, with her husband, Paul, of the multisite Liberty Church, established in 2010. In 2015, she launched She Is Free, a movement that exists to equip and activate women to walk in freedom, spirit, soul, and body and see others set free in their sphere of influence. Currently Andi’s life is focused on raising her four kids in Brooklyn, writing, podcasting, building Liberty Church, and traveling to invest in churches and lives all around the world.Her third book Friendship–It’s Complicated: Avoid the Drama, Create Authentic Connection, and Fulfill Your Purpose Together releases today. By being a member of the launch team I had the opportunity to read the entire book early, before it released and friends, it is amazing!! I am so excited to share a moment of meeting to speak with her about it’s powerful message.Through vulnerable personal stories laden with joy, heartache, mistakes, and lessons learned, Andi invites you on a journey of navigating the complications that can come in friendships with other women. With practical and biblical applications throughout, this book will empower you to do the work by first facing yourself and untangling the mess, then seeking reconciliation for genuine connection.Friendship–It’s Complicated not only alters for there better our relationships with others, but our views of in how we approach connecting with one another altogether. I am grateful for Andi’s hard work and willingness to be a literal open book sharing her journey of healing in friendship, beginning with her relationship with God.Official show notes available atwww.kohliebrowning.comMusic, "We'll Be Alright" by Gabrielle

Oct 5

28 min 8 sec

Learning to rest is hard work. Stepping away from notification screens, messy office desks, and lengthy to-do lists demands discipline, patience, and practice. However, the reward of rest is not only refreshing, but Biblical. Every seventh week of ‘Still With You’ we sabbath by being in the word of God together.Rather than taking a quick sip of reading a chapter from the Bible, this week we are serving up a whole book! Second Timothy, written by Paul the Apostle, is the second of two inspired letters Paul wrote to his son in the faith, Timothy. This personal letter was written while Paul was once again in Roman prison rearrested as part of Nero’s persecution of Christians. Paul wrote this personal letter in a cold cell in chains and with no hope of deliverance. He was abandoned by virtually all of those close to him in fear of persecution or immediate execution. Second Timothy is the last letter in the Bible written by Paul before his death. The man who experienced scales falling from his eyes and the, perhaps, the greatest life transformation of all time would be not be set free from prison, but released to Heaven, dying a martyr for the cause of Chris.If you are eager for a breezy read, accept my apology early! Paul’s message is not easy to drink in, but we must be strong and preach the Word.Official show notes available at www.kohliebrowning.com2, “Passing Time” by Kevin MacLeod, “Eyeliner” by Underbelly, “Elegy” by Asher Fulero

Sep 28

12 min 58 sec

Thank you so much Liberty Church Youth for inviting me to hang out and speak about true identity found only through Jesus. The story of Rahab the prostitute in Joshua Chapter 2 is one of rescue and redemption. The fact that God would break literal walls to save Rahab and offer her not only a new life of freedom, but also the gift of His word, and the honor of being in lineage of Jesus…AMAZING!! Friends, forget any label you have attached to your life. Cast off the lies you have been told about who you are. Your sins, messy past, actions, occupation, goals, and appearance do not define who you are. Our true identity is found only in JESUS, being sons and daughters of the most High, our loving Father God. ♥️This episode shares the message from this gathering.Official show notes available atwww.kohliebrowning.comMusic, "We'll Be Alright" and "Prone to Wander" by Gabrielle

Sep 21

31 min 48 sec

Have you ever formed a preconceived notion and later learned what you believed was far from the truth? Perhaps you have experienced prejudice first hand and are weary from being wrapped in hurtful blanket statements?Culture creates its own assumptions or half truths that we call stereotypes that can easily make its way into our lives and control the way we perceive ourselves and others. Yet, even while walking through shattered glass ceilings it is still easy to struggle with finding your identity.Author and speaker, Simi John , was seven years old when her family moved from India to Dallas, Texas. She grew up attending weekly church services with her family and loved learning from the Word daily. Simi placed her relationship with God above all else and when she felt led to share the good news of Jesus with others she was was met with a resounding “No”. The leaders of the church where we was raised discouraged her from preaching the word of God because she was a woman.Rather than carrying spiritual and emotional scars of being mislabeled and blocked out from using her voice Simi found refuge in scripture. She found healing by intently studying what the Bible says about women and from this wrote I Am Not: Break Free From Stereotypes & Become The Woman God Made You To Be, her first book.Today Simi and her husband Jayson lead New Life Bible Church in Norman, Oklahoma where is passionate about preaching the word of God. Simi loves to empower and encourage women to walk in their true identity and live out their purpose. She is never shy to share she story nor pass the megaphone for others to own, “I AM NOT!”Official show notes available atwww.kohliebrowning.comMusic, "We'll Be Alright" by Gabrielle

Sep 14

54 min 39 sec

After years of owning a successful photography and video business, Pensacola, Florida locals, Caleb and Hayley Pierce, felt a new entrepreneurial idea brewing within their hearts. Blending both their passion for creativity and cultivating community, opening a coffee company was always an exciting hope for the future! Yet, rather than making any abrupt moves or hurrying into a launch season, Caleb and Hayley chose to patiently wait, pouring out their dream to serve others before the Lord. In March 2021 Maker’s Coffee Co. made its debut on South Palafox Street in downtown Pensacola, serving over four hundred cups of coffee in a single afternoon. Buzz of the new favorite pop up coffee shop percolated the city and social media creating an overflow excitement surrounding the company. Since its opening Maker’s Coffee Co. has continued to fuel the community one americano, cappuccino, and espresso, at a time. ☕️Maker’s Coffee Co. is much more than handcrafted mochas served continently over a coffee cart. It’s story begins and continues with God’s perfect plans. Long before the business had a name or logo Caleb and Haley bravely committed to following His will over their own, even when this looked liked burying their dreams for a season. The Bible shares in Ephesians 3:20 that God is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us. In hearing this I am encouraged not in my own capability, but in His perfect plans for each us.Official show notes available at, "We'll Be Alright" by Gabrielle

Sep 7

52 min 42 sec

University of West Florida Quarterback, Austin Reed, is rooted in one five word declaration, “I am NOTHING without Jesus.” Through interviews with the press, posts on social media, and relationships with others, on and off the football field, this NCAA 2019 Division II National Champion does not hold back in sharing his faith.However, Austin’s life altering decision to place Christ first did not derive from his success as an athlete, but rather from experiencing great loss. After witnessing his high school friend, Caleb, give God glory in every moment in his journey of battling cancer Austin felt deeply convicted. Just as Caleb had lived, fully surrendered to Jesus, Austin was compelled to do the same.On this episode of “Still With You” Austin joins us to talk about completing his undergrad degree, winning the 2019 NCAA Division II National Championship (remember that incredible game?! 🏆), what it was like to take an unexpected year off from gameplay in 2020, new UWF uniforms, stories behind each of his tattoos, and what to expect from the Argo’s this season.As you pull out your favorite college team’s colors every weekend this season I hope you are reminded of Austin’s encouraging words. Without Jesus we are nothing!!Official show notes available at, "We'll Be Alright" by Gabrielle

Aug 31

35 min 15 sec

Sharing stories of reaching goals and great achievement are inspiring, but what about the time in between? It’s okay to be honest and admit that you over success stories and want to hear from friends in the middle with you!!Hosted by college students, Destiny Burns and Nishea Hendricks, becoming Her is a podcast passionate in helping young women to jumpstart their personal growth by talking through the process of becoming healthy: mentally, spiritually and emotionally. Every week these friends discuss what it looks like to develop an enthusiasm for life and learning to build up resilience to face societal pressures. This is a guide by young women, for young women, an encouraging resource for every woman’s journey of becoming HER.In this podcast crossover Destiny, Nishea, and myself chat about our early beginnings of life behind the mic and how we believe choosing purpose over perfection is always worth it. We also dish about the famous people we have met and starstruck moments (well, my starstruck heart haha) 🤩.There are no better voices than Destiny and Nishea to link arms with as you walk through the middle season. They are beautiful, brilliant, and basically everything you want in a friend who loves like Jesus!! 🖤Official show notes available at www.kohliebrowning.comMusic, "We'll Be Alright" by Gabrielle

Aug 24

53 min 9 sec

Billboard charting artist and music producer, Phil J., is an Alabama native, born and raised in Mobile. His infatuation for music has always been heavy and being exposed to music at a young age brought great inspiration. He was greatly inspired by the music his father played growing up from artists such as: Stevie Wonder, Earth, Wind, and Fire, The Whispers, The Ohio Players, etc. That era of music heavily influenced his singing and how he creates harmonies throughout his music. Around 2005, he was introduced to Lecrae. He was in awe of the fact that there were artists who created music centered around the Christian faith. However, it wasn’t until his life was radically changed by a song entitled, “Young” by Andy Mineo. After hearing this song, he was inspired to pursue music as a career. In 2012, his strong interest in becoming an artist became a surreal reality. He released his first mixtape, “The Sponsor” and garnered a good bit of attention. Every since then, his growth has become evident as an artist. With every project he’s released since then, he strives to make every project unique and innovative. He doesn’t consider himself just a rapper or just a singer, but a culmination of both. He’s been cultivating his style of music ever since 2012 and is confident he’s found a sound no one else can imitate. He prides himself on taking risk when creating music, even if it’s a complete curveball to his listeners, but that’s what excites him the most. The process in creating different types of songs forces him to push the envelope as an artist, songwriter, and producer. The fruits of his labor have awarded him. Superstars such as Grant Gustin and Andy Grammer have shared his music to their fans. He’s also been able to produce and feature on a song with Christian Hip Hop pioneer, Da T.R.U.T.H.In this conversation with Phil J. we cover his journey of creating music, the excitement of expecting a beautiful baby boy with his wife Shania, and the story behind his latest album Joy. This project is much more than a mix of creative beats and melodies, it carries the message of hope erupting from experiences of severe loss and sadness. “The goal of this album is to give you hope in an extremely dark world. I pray you receive a glimpse of true joy or fully accept it as yours. That’s my desire for this album. I’ve poured my heart out on this project and hope you’re encouraged by my journey to finding true joy.” -Phil J.For my friends who have been fighting through grief and learning to practice JOY in unprecedented circumstances this episode is for you. You are going to love Phil J.’s perspective, his passion for honoring God and serving people, and of course his creative ability! Official show notes available Phil J. www.philjmusic.comMusic, "Spotlight" by Phil J.

Aug 17

32 min 11 sec

Twenty years-old, living in a new Coastal city, I was craving a deeper connection with God. With an open but unsure heart, I asked Him to give me His vision for the plans He had for my life. A few prayerful months later I purchased a podcast mic and with bold courage asked a friend if she would be willing to share part of her story with me for a new project. After we recording together I took another brave step of and reached out to another friend asking the same question, then another, and another, and another…In January 2018, ‘Still With You hosted by Kohlie Browning‘ a space sharing gold, inspiring stories with genuine friends about our faithful God, found a home on the podcast airwaves and my life changed forever!!To date, ‘Still With You’ has lovingly welcomed 90 friends and counting to share their story. With 100 episodes (as of today!! YAY!!) and thousands of downloads, its purpose has not wavered. The podcast serves as a reminder of a promise from God that you are not alone. He is still with you, Psalm 139:18.Just as Joshua built memorials to honor God after crossing the Jordan River, my hope too is for this episode to be a marking moment. Join me and my dear friend/returning guest Tiffany Leader, as we catch up 100 episodes later still chatting about streaming queues, tiny homes, growing in health, and of course the new STILL WITH YOU tees!! Preorder your shirt today!Official show notes available at www.kohliebrowning.comMusic, "We'll Be Alright" by Gabrielle Grace

Aug 10

56 min 19 sec

Rhythms of work and rest not only move hand in hand in walking towards health, but are Biblical practices set from God for us to obediently follow. To honor this commandment every seventh week of ‘Still With You’ we share a moment of rest and being in the word of God together. This week we are walking through Matthew 9 NLT, a chapter chock-full of Jesus’ incredible miracles and compelling instruction. From rolling up a mat, calling out a tax collector, discussions about fasting, healing in response to faith, and posting an urgent need for fieldworkers, this passage of scripture is a reminder of the sovereign love and authority our Savior carries. Grab a straw for sipping (plastic or paper is optional!) and slide an extra ice cube or two into your drink as we settle into pure refreshment of scripture. Matthew 9 is robust read for anyone craving to learn more about the Kingdom work of Jesus and our underserved privilege of partnering with His plans.Links from today’s show…Matthew 9 NLTMusic, “Lowest Of Fi Riddim” by Konrad OldMoney“Amber” by VYEN“Auckland” by VYEN“Road Home” by VYEN

Aug 3

7 min 24 sec

Beautiful historic buildings and shops line downtown Mobile, Alabama, a city known for hosting the oldest Mardi Gras celebrations in the country, but there is address locals love knowing by heart. 💙 451 Dauphin Street, home to Mo’Bay Beignet Co.Owned and founded by Jaclyn Robinson, her business is dedicated to making Mobile sweeter one homemade beignet at time! While every batch is made from scratch, covered in powdered sugar, and served with a side of buttercream syrup (Jaclyn’s very own recipe), it is not just a beloved choux pastry treat that guests are drawn to. Mo’Bay Beignet Co.’s story has many meaningful layers and began with God’s voice when He asked Jaclyn to trust His plans over hers.From jazzy prayers to a faded bumpersticker, Facebook fundraisers to a brick and mortar building, Jaclyn has watched God pour out His favor over Mo’Bay Beignet Co. His hands have been detail of this story and she and her team love giving Him all of the glory.If you have never enjoyed a homemade beignet before, friends, this is your moment. Grab a Café au lait and a hot bag of beignets today at Mo’Bay Beignet Co. today as you join Jaclyn and I for this sweet conversation.Official show notes available at www.kohliebrowning.comMo'Bay Beignet Co. www.mobaybeignetco.comMusic, "We'll Be Alright" by Gabrielle

Jul 27

1 hr 11 min

Certified Holistic Health Coach, writer, speaker, entrepreneur, and a professional singer, Lesley Lyons, wears several hats and holds many responsibilities. Not only is she passionate about advocating for others as they walk towards health, but she is also loves being a mom to her five children. Lesley’s mission to help others was born out of her own wellness journey and that of her family. Over the past decade, her family has faced genetic defects, cancer diagnosis, and also the feeling of defeat. For the majority of her life Lesley warred over her body, battling an unhealthy relationships with her appearance and the inner beliefs that she was not enough.Rather than listening to lies ordering her to be more, consume less, and continue striving, today Lesley choses to listen to her body. She learned her mind, body, and soul did not ask for the next diet trend, but craved genuine grace, healing, and kindness.After graduating from The Institute of Integrative Nutrition with advanced knowledge in gut health Lesley opened her arms to helping others who share her story through health coaching. She serves clients from all over the country who are moving towards freedom, not bound to a program or meal plan, but through discovering courage and silencing their inner critics.Are there a few voices in your life you need to permanently mute?You have permission to let go!Conversations talking about health and wellness are tricky and sometimes triggering, especially if you have experienced any kind of pain attached to this part of your life. Lesley is a long time friend and a honest, trusted voice in my life who understands this deeply. Our conversation carries zero shame, but is simply composed by two imperfect people who are learning every step along the way.I hope you hang around to hear that you are worthy of being loved and intentionally cared for exactly the way God created you to be!Official show notes available at www.kohliebrowning.comLesley Lyonswww.lesleythehealthcoach.comMusic, "We'll Be Alright" by Gabrielle

Jul 20

50 min 4 sec

“I lift up my eyes to the mountains— where does my help come from? My help comes from the Lord, the Maker of heaven and earth.” – Psalm 121: 1 NIVWhile most of have to envision a serene mountainous view as we meditate upon this verse from scripture, Chef and Cooking Instructor, Jes Thomas, experiences it everyday living along the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains.Born in Queens, New York Jes’ surprising journey of serving began when she attended Boston University to study Mass Communication and Advertising. During this season of completing her undergrad Jes met Jesus in a personal way that was far different from her upbringing in church. For the first time, the words she found in the Bible seemed relevant and by reading the Word of God Jes knew she wanted to spend her life sharing the excitement of following Jesus and listening to the Holy Spirit.Upon graduating Jes attended Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Chicago to complete her master’s degree. There she partnered with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship developed a passion for discipling others, especially college students, and also met her husband Dr. Geoge Thomas, MD.After completing his residency program in California, God lead Geoge and Jes to Jellico, Tennessee. Though the Thomas’ planned to live in the a small rural community near the Appalachian Mountain Range for only two years God pressed on their hearts to stay, Jeremiah 29:4-7 style.Little did Jes know that God would not only her love for His Word, but also her gifts of preparing food and hospitality to serve others!“It has been so fun to teach through my segments on WBIR – Knoxville’s NBC affiliate, the University of Tennessee’s Community Cooking classes, Instagram, in-home classes and in event spaces. I have also had a blast working behind the scenes on Food Network’s CHOPPED!”Recently, Jes was featured on New York Times Bestselling Author, Annie F. Down’s, Annie’s Fun List: New and IMPROVED Chai Day Friday.Jes also serves at the National Director of Student Programming at Christian Community Health Fellowship, a community of Christian healthcare professionals who are committed to living out the gospel through healthcare among the poor. CCHF’s 2021 Student Conference and Residency Fair is happening soon, July 16-18! Jes is available to help you with any questions you might have about registering. If you are interested in attending please connect with CCHF for more information.From bright city lights to quiet southern nights, with an oven mitt in one hand and ministry on her heart Jes is still sharing her exciting and surprising journey of following Jesus!Jes Thomas@jessoulfood, @jessiecchfwww.jessoulfood.weebly.comMusic, "We'll Be Alright" by Gabrielle

Jul 13

56 min 28 sec

Are you tired of lukewarm Christianity? Are you living a Christian life but lacking the power displayed by Jesus in the New Testament? Do you find yourself  bouncing back and forth between skepticism and bold faith?Author and Speaker, Erica Willis asked herself these same questions. Desperate for more of God, she accepted a challenge to engage in daily prayer. Every morning she woke up early praying for one hour at 5am, five days a week (Monday-Friday), for five weeks. With a freshly brewed cup of coffee and sometimes a begrudging spirit she began pouring out her heart to God and in less than five weeks she was witnessing Him transform her safe, predictable, Christian faith into an earth-shattering adventure.What began in the comfort of her own living room has not only bloomed into an international prayer ministry, The Fives, but also a book, Believe Boldly. On this episode of ‘Still With You’ Erica shares her story of moving from normal, safe, predictable faith to embracing God’s power through simple yet bold prayer.Erica’s love for encouraging women, the local church, and Kansas City Bar-B-Que is a fun blessing! Grab a comfy seat, a copy of Believe Boldly, and maybe a savory stack of ribs?! We are excited for you to join us on this episode of ‘Still With You’.Official show notes available Erica Williswww.believeboldly.comMusic, "We'll Be Alright" by Gabrielle Grace

Jul 6

45 min 57 sec

A quick update with a splash of encouragement...Official show notes available at www.kohliebrowning.comMusic, "We'll Be Alright" by Gabrielle

Jun 1

16 min 39 sec

“If we believe the Gospel is true, which I believe it is, then everything has to change.”Gabrielle Odom is a 19-years-old, born and raised in Minneapolis, Minnesota, but currently living in the great city of Dallas, Texas. Early in her young life she embraced God’s pursuit of her through His grace and this radically transformed her heart by the power of the Gospel alone. Today Gabrielle is a bible teacher, disciple maker, and evangelist who is passionate about reaching all people with the gospel of Jesus Christ through the teaching of the Word of God.“Lets chase His holiness to the ends of the earth, lets seek paths of righteousness where it feels like none exist. Lets go here, near, and far, every space and every place to share the name of Jesus. For I am convinced that God is holy, His word is true, He can be trusted, and there’s no better mission to commit our lives to.”This year Gabrielle will be speaking at Consecrate 2021, a two day conference held in Dallas where young people from around the nation will gather to worship, pray, and seek God’s face. A generation gathered in an act of unity and surrender, declaring their lives be wholly consecrated to God. Join Gabrielle, Jennie Allen, Matt Chandler, Grant Skeldon, and many other amazing carriers of the Message for this in person and online event October 15-16. Save your seat today!!Official show notes available atwww.kohliebrowning.comGabrielle Odomwww.gabrielleodom.comMusic, "We'll Be Alright" by Gabrielle

May 25

57 min 20 sec

Jordan McKinney is a bubbly and energetic Gulf Coast local. When she’s not wrangling her baby girl Charlotte or teaching tiny humans at Pensacola Beach Elementary school, you can find her coming up with ideas to serve in her community…What began as a room full of strangers sharing crockpot of buffalo dip in her living room led to forming an amazing organization focused on giving back, Positively Pensacola. Their mission is to shine a light on Pensacola by recognizing individuals, businesses, and organizations that make the city brighter.They not only show gratitude through “Sunshine Shares,” but also hopes to bring amazing people together and create lasting and positive connections.With new members joining every week, Positively Pensacola is much larger than the original book club, but the mission is still the same. Bringing women together, to find their home away from home.When it comes to ideas for serving Pensacola, Jordan is never short of them and Positively Pensacola is her favorite dream yet!Official show notes available atwww.kohliebrowning.comPositively Pensacolawww.positivelypensacola.orgMusic, "We'll Be Alright" by Gabrielle

May 18

32 min 39 sec

R.Riveter handbags are more than just canvas and leather coming together into a beautiful functional accessory. Each part and piece, from the leather support tags to outer shell, is made in the homes of military spouses across the country. Every handbag carries a story.Founded in 2011 by Cameron Cruse and Lisa Bradley, R. Riveter exists to empower military spouses through mobile, flexible income and community. What began as two military spouses, armed with a big idea, and one sewing machine in a small attic, has grown into a bold and achievable mission shared by many.This November R.Riveter will commemorate 10 years of being business, but we are already raising our glasses! On this episode of ‘Still With You’ I join co-founder, Cameron, to speak about her and Lisa’s eager beginnings in Dahlonega, Georgia to investments on Shark Tank and a decade later launching the Riveter Fund, a grant program for military connected entrepreneurs. This special anniversary milestone arrives with moments of reflection, but also much celebration!Official show notes available atwww.kohliebrowning.comR. Riveter Use code, STILLWITHYOU15 to receive 15% off all R.Riveter products. One use per customer, online only, active 5/11/21-6/30/21Music, "We'll Be Alright" by Gabrielle Gracewww.gabriellegracemusic.netAd, "Stinson" by Reed Mathis

May 11

28 min 36 sec

Every seventh week of ‘Still With You’ we practice an intentional time to exhale, breathe, and be in the word of God. In seasons of feeling cloudy and convolute it is wise to think about how God has made everything beautiful for its own time. He has planted eternity in the human heart, but even so, we cannot see the whole scope of His work from beginning to end. During this week of rest we are dipping into Ecclesiastes 3 offering an inside look to this message. Fill up your glass and heart with gratitude for God’s arial view. He is genuine in His promise, a time for everything!Official show notes available atwww.kohliebrowning.comMusic, “Miss You Love” by Patiño“Moonrise” by Reed Mathis

May 4

4 min 49 sec

After years of being a high school student athlete Ben Kimsal grew bored of the sports scene and with encouragement from his father found himself crossing over into playing music. This decision and the season of training that followed changed his life forever. He later became a worship leader and then moved to Nashville to join a successful band. Ben traveled on tour, played The Late Show with David Letterman, and then in a fast break God called him back to his hometown. Today Ben serves as a Worship Pastor at 3Circle Church (Daphne Campus) and continues to create and produce music as well as mentor local artists. His latest single, “Love Comes Back Around (ft. Phil J.)” released last year and he is excited to announce new music is coming soon…From playing basketball to performing at Bonnaroo, God has been faithful in revealing to Ben how His plans are intentional, a full circle.Official show notes available atwww.kohliebrowning.comBen Kimsal, “Love Comes Back Around” by Ben Kimsal (ft. Phil Jay)Ad Music, “Orange Foot” by Dan Henig

Apr 27

1 hr

A fun, easy, and encouraging step-by-step guide to create and launch your own podcast today...ENROLL TODAY show notes available at Music, "We'll Be Alright" by Gabrielle Gracewww.gabriellegracemusic.netAd Music, "Better" by Anno Domini Beats

Apr 20

24 min 28 sec

Raised in rural Ohio, Sara Lefevers grew up free and full of joy. She adored her family, friends, even the brassy cornfields that filled her hometown, but once she learned about human trafficking, humans selling humans, everything changed.Founded in 2018 The Nissi Project is a nonprofit organization that stands in the gap serving as an immediate care option for HT (human trafficked) verified or CSEC (commercial sexual exploitation of a child) children from the time they are rescued to the time they are ready to arrive at an aftercare facility.Typically a survivor is verified as a human trafficking victim through an enocunter with a search and rescue team, law enforcement, or a medical professional. Once identified, there are some immediate resources, but not many and none that are sustainable. They may be given a hotel voucher for a few nights (which could possibly trigger an experience that they had). If a bed is identified, typically it is the closest, available bed, and not always the right environment, program, or situation for the individual. Thus, limiting the probability the individual will complete the program. This is where Nissi steps in, bridging the gap between a survivor’s rescue and restoration.Currently, Sara serves as the President/CEO of The Nissi Project and is excited to be apart of opening the first short-term, immediate care home (non-disclosed location) for human trafficking survivors in the Pensacola, Florida area in 2021. From justice driven dreams to a China Cabinet for sale on marketplace, you will not believe the God ordained steps that led her to this moment.One this episode of ‘Still With You’ I had the honor of speaking Sara and one of my favorite friends and returning voice to the show, stylist and advocate, Kelsey Hill. It was so much fun to hear their heart for mission of The Nissi Project and to announce HUGE news…Official show notes available The Nissi Projectwww.thenissiproject.orgPurchase 'Fashioned for More' tickets, “We’ll Be Alright” by Gabrielle GraceAd Music, “Italy Jr.” by Underbelly

Apr 13

1 hr 5 min

In 2019 Singer-Songwriter Phillip Vo released his debut EP, Sophomore Year, sharing some of his life experiences as a 21-year-old college student studying at the University of Mobile, Alabama. This year Phillip is not only a senior, graduating with a degree in music business, but he is also writing for a new project, a four song EP he plans to release soon.Sharing incredible music and unpacking creative processing are two of my favorite subjects to chat about on the podcast. This conversation with Phillip not only hints at his upcoming EP project, but also offers dialogue about his ideas of how art is designed to be shared and music is made to serve. Friends, you are going to adore Phillip’s brilliancy and his genuine heart for God. If you like to talk songwriter’s shop or are a creative at heart, this episode is for you!Official show notes available at www.kohliebrowning.comMusic, "Young Love" by Phillip

Apr 6

47 min 5 sec

Four years ago I had the honor of meeting Katie Hawkins and Susan Wanderer at Annie F. Downs’ Thats Sounds Fun Weekend in Nashville, Tennessee. I will never forget standing in the melting southern summer heat outside the Grand Ole Opry listening to them share their life experiences of Ethiopian adoption, Military culture, and everything in between. Their gift of sharing encouraging stories and contagious laughter with friends was evident even in this brief moment. No wonder God lead them to launch a podcast a few months later!She Speaks Stories hosted by Susan Wanderer, Portia Allen & Katie Hawkins is more than a podcast with a bright logo. It’s a growing community with women of valor who believe stories change lives!This conversation is less like an interview and more like a reunion of friends. We cannot wait for you to join the fun with us!Official show notes available She Speaks Storieswww.shespeaksstories.comMusic, “We’ll Be Alright” by Gabrielle Gracewww.gabriellegracemusic.comAd Music, “Dream Life” by Sir Cubworth

Mar 23

57 min 36 sec

Faith-based fitness coach, podcast host, speaker, and #1 best-selling author, Jessica Hottle, is unafraid of sticky situations! Perhaps, you know this already? One of her favorite ways to uplift others is by writing encouraging truth on colorful Post it Notes and sharing them online. Her feed is spilling over with challenging, empowering words, all leading to freedom found only in Jesus.On this episode of ‘Still With You’ I am sitting down with the warrior herself to ask her hard questions about healing, boundaries, and body image. Pull out your pen and Post its, very word is noteworthy.Official show notes available at Jessica Hottlewww.jessicahottle.comMusic, "We'll Be Alright" by Gabrielle Ad Music, “Blue Nude” by Verified Picasso

Mar 16

56 min 1 sec

Every seventh week of 'Still With You' we practice an intentional time to exhale, breathe, and be in the word of God. During this week of rest we are revisiting the a moment to remember, the Israelites crossing of the Jordan River in Joshua Chapter three. My prayer is for this story wash over you and ease your mind as you are present resting in God's presence. Prop up your feet, stretch, and sip on something icy as you listen along. The Lord will do great wonders among you! Official show notes available atwww.kohliebrowning.comMusic, “Contact High” by RKVC“At Depth” by Lish Groves“Mirage” by Chris Haugen

Mar 9

12 min 45 sec

Rhythms greatly matter to me, not just the ones we love in listening to catchy music, but the ones practice in our everyday lives. Ironically, one of my favorite annual rhythms is actually marriage of these two things, music and life. Every episode of ‘Still With You’ is accompanied by a song that is not selected by random, but is shared on purpose for the specific season. Annually, God highlights a song from one of my artist friends, that moves me to closer to Him and I believe this because the words of this song first moved Him.I could not be more honored to be featuring Folk-Indie Artist Gabrielle Grace’s song “We’ll Be Alright” as the theme music for Season 4 of the podcast. The first time I heard this single I felt its warm words of hope wrap around me like a favorite blanket. It’s message rivets with vision and delight for bright days ahead, while also acknowledging life’s presence grief. I do believe we can learn to hold both. ✨ I am so thankful for this amazing friend sharing her music with us. Gabrielle is an incredible, generous human being, and beautiful creative artist.Born and raised in a small town in southeast Texas before moving to Nashville, Tennessee, Gabrielle is a singer-songwriter who is committed to telling stories. She believes authenticity and honesty are one of the most important qualities when it comes to music. She released her debut album, “This Beautiful Life” in February of 2019 and is releasing her six song EP “We’ll Be Alright” on March 5th 2021.IT’S EP RELEASE WEEK! Pre-save link below 👇🏼In this conversation with Gabrielle we talk all about this new project as well as her journey of moving to Nashville. Spoiler, this move was not about music! What I love most about Gabrielle is her heart for loving the heck out of people and doing it so well through all of her work.Their is so much to share in this episode that feels incredibly sacred. Please welcome to ‘Still With You’ a friend whose words genuinely remind me of hope ahead, Gabrielle Grace.Official show notes available at www.kohliebrowning.comGabrielle Grace www.gabriellegracemusic.netMusic, "We'll Be Alright" by Gabrielle Grace Pre-save "We'll Be Alright" EP

Mar 2

53 min 59 sec

CPC-certified Relationship Coach, Isami Daehn 勇美, carries a passion for empowering millennials and GEN-Z through relationship pain to find their voice after estrangement. Why estrangement empowerment? Have you ever though you would head those two words in the same sentence? I have not and neither had Isami.Being raise in a home where physical and verbal abuse were “normal”, after becoming an adult, moving from Japan to to the United States, Isami’s relationship with her parents did not get any better. It unfortunately grew worse and in 2017 she became permanently estranged from her parents. After spending most of her life surviving abuse and to fix broken relationships she truly believed she was “not good enough”, still striving to meet someone else’s unrealistic expectations of who she as “supposed to be”. She continually blamed herself for the brokenness she felt.In my conversation with Isami she shares her story of hard work and healing by discovering her true identity in Jesus Christ. From graves to gardens, she today is free from her from pain and finding new beautiful courage within herself everyday.My favorite moment in my chat with Isami is how she describes hearing from Holy Spirit. Hold on to your hearts! It moves me to tears every time I listen.🖤⚠️ CAUTION: This episode contains conversation topics that might be sensitive to young listeners or triggering to those who have experienced abuse or suicidal thoughts or actions, or any form of PTSD. The National Suicide Prevention hotline is 1-800-273-8255 and National Sexual Assault hotline, 1-800-656-4673. Please call this number if you or someone you know needs help. You are not alone. Official show notes available atwww.kohliebrowning.comIsami Daehn www.isamidaehn.comMusic, “We’ll Be Alright” by Gabrielle

Feb 23

1 hr 10 min

Have you ever felt like you were not doing enough for God? Do you believe you are failing to reach what you believe God expects from you? You may have heard the phrase “relationship over religion” , three words that attempt to share the true nature of God. He is not a God who rules with an angry fist nor lays our harsh rules demanding we work to earn His acceptance and attention. There are not enough words in any language able capture how the Lord pours out His unfailing love upon us (Psalm 42:18). Yet, so often we formulate ideas of what we believe God needs from us.Laura Lambert is a blogger, podcaster, and speaker based near Nashville, Tennessee. She was raised in home where Jesus was center and truly believed her Heavenly Father truly loved her. Yet, now in her adult life she found herself questioning her faith and realized was focusing on what was "right" and "wrong" rather than resting in communion with God. Everything bloomed when Laura allowed God to weed out religion and hydrate her exhausted heart with real relationship. She even started a podcast where she could talk honestly and encourage others about what she is learning along the journey!Official show notes available at Laura Lambertwww.itslauralambert.comMusic, “We’ll Be Alright” by Gabrielle

Feb 16

38 min 58 sec

One of the most common questions my husband, Chris, and I are asked is, “how did both of you meet?”. While we love sharing, it is not always easy, because our love story is involves a lot of CRAZY twists and turns that only God could write.From a quaint hardware store to crashing into a deer. Spending over 265 days apart in Romania, saying ‘I do’ in dress blues, and then immediate having to move. The many details of our military love story are too much for a simple post on social media.This year as Chris and I celebrate five years of being married 🥂 we are continuing to learn that life is not easy, but God is always faith and true. We chose to love because He loved us first and we praise for Him for allowing us to share this brief time on earth spent together!May our anything-but-perfect-all-beacause-of-Jesus story encourage you in every way that God has not left you alone in your current season. His hand is on every part! He wants to heal your heart!With love from the Brownings ♥️ xoxoOfficial show notes available atwww.kohliebrowning.comMusic, “We’ll Be Alright” by Gabrielle

Feb 9

44 min 14 sec

Have you ever heard someone utter, “I feel like the Lord is telling me…” or “I was praying and I heard the Lord say…”? Perhaps, you have heard your Pastor or a friend describe their own personal experiences in listening to God’s voice? Rather than feeling 100% encouraged by these incredible stories, chances are you have questions…How does God speak?What does His voice sound like?How can I tell God is talking and I am not making up words in my mind?I want to hear God speak for myself, not just from my peers.If you have ever had one of these thoughts this episode is for YOU! Who better to share this conversation with me than Katie Haskell?Katie Haskell is a prophetic voice and teacher based in Nashville, Tennessee. Before God called her to ministry, Katie worked for more than a decade in the entertainment industry. She has since traveled the world following the voice of God, speaking and ministering to groups and in schools and churches. Katie has taught hundreds of students around the world through her online courses in which she mentors, trains and equips emerging voices and individuals who want to learn how to hear the voice of God for themselves and others.Official show notes available atwww.kohliebrowning.comKatie Haskell www.katiehaskell.comMusic, “We’ll Be Alright” by Gabrielle Gracewww.gabriellegracemusic.netAd music, “Body and Attitude” by DJ Freedom

Feb 2

54 min 43 sec

Rachel Awtrey is an online encourager and podcaster in Birmingham, Alabama. She spends most of her time connecting with her friends online encouraging them to seek Jesus in small and large ways. She is the host of the Behind the Bliss, a top-rated podcast, which creates space for women to share stories and their reality of what life is really like behind the bliss so that others might experience an “oh yeah, me too” moment. She and her loyal, loving, BTB listeners (myself included!!) believe there is power in vulnerability, sharing the hard and pretty parts of our life. Revealing the story behind your highlight reel requires true bravery, but it’s not about doing it well all at once rather being obedient in your next step.Though Rachel loves sharing stories of other encouragers, Mack Brock, Kari Jobe, and Chrystal Evans Hurst – just to name a few guests featured Behind the Bliss, she also is carrying a story of her own! As this episode releases Rachel and her husband Thomas are less than two months away from meeting their first child. Not only are we praising God for the miracle of this baby, but we are also honoring Him for working in the waiting.As I speak with Rachel about overcoming infertility and, of course, beginning Behind the Bliss, I want to approach this subject with sincere sensitivity to those of you who might be praying through a similar journey. A few of the phrases and subjects mentioned might be an unwanted reminder of past traumas involving pregnancy. Please know you are not alone, may Rachel’s story of how God met her in the mess be a bright hope to you! 🤍It is an honor to chat with Rachel on ‘Still With You’. She is a friend I love to turn to for fun and practical advice + helpful tips. If you are in the middle praying while waiting this conversation is for you. Your victory is near!Official show notes available atwww.kohliebrowning.comRachel Awtreywww.rachelawtrey.comMusic, “We’ll Be Alright” by Gabrielle Gracewww.gabriellegracemusic.netAd music, "Sunset n Beachz" by Ofshane

Jan 26

42 min 49 sec

Hey friends, welcome to ‘Still With You‘ Season 4. There is no other way to begin than by saying THANK YOU! 🎉 I always prayed this podcast would grow into multiple seasons, but watching God make it possible and having your support is beyond humbling. My hope is for you to always arrive feeling loved right where you are at and leave uplifted, encouraged, and reminder that God is not leaving. He is still with you!!To kick off this new season I am speaking to a friend who has greatly impacted my life and countless others for the better, Pastor Tyler Burns. Currently, Tyler serves as the Lead Pastor at New Dimensions Christian Center in Pensacola, Florida. He also is an author, cultural commentator, professional podcaster, TV show host, and President of The Witness Black Christian Collective. You might know him as a co-host of Pass the Mic podcast with New York Times Best-selling author, Jemar Tisby, or the from the podcast Chasing Justice. Tyler is also the coauthor of hip-hop artist Lecrae’s latest book I Am Restored: How I Lost My Religion but Found My Faith, which was released this past fall of 2020.The first time I heard Tyler speak he received my immediate respect. Not only did I love that he dubs The Prince of Egypt movie soundtrack as one of the best underrated albums ever (no joke, Whitney Houston, Amy Grant, and Boys II Men), but he shed light on a change that needed to happen in my heart. In sharing this honest, vulnerable, and important conversation, my prayer is that you would join me in learning to love less like the world and more like Jesus. Following with bold obedience to Christ’s calling for your life comes with risk, but it is always worth doing.If you would like to connect with Tyler you can follow him on social media at @burnsclan_.Official show notes available Music, “We’ll Be Alright” by Gabrielle Gracewww.gabriellegracemusic.netAd, “Lifelong” by Anno Domini Beats

Jan 19

49 min 14 sec

New Season 4 releasing Tuesday January 19, 2020. Subscribe to 'Still With You' today!Connect with Kohlie: @kohliebrowningwww.kohliebrowning.comMusic, "Good Without the Bad" by Gabrielle Grace and (feat. Logan Pilcher)

Jan 6

7 min 30 sec

Hey friends, it’s Kohlie! Today we are throwing up bold stars and praise hands of full gratitude as we celebrate Season 3 of ‘Still With You’ ✨ If this is your first time hanging out on our podcast airwaves or you have listened to all 36 of this season’s episodes, I want you to know how treasured you are. It is wonderful to have you here!!While this year again does hold much weight I wanted to offer a moment of refreshment to you through this Season 3 Finale Episode. I am joined by ‘Still With You’ returning guest and close friend, Christian Marvin. If you have not already listened to Episode 48: “Living Boldly” with Christian Marvin, queue it. His testimony of near death experiences to living a bold transformed life for Christ is one we need to listen to over and over again. It all points to JESUS!In this Season 3 Finale Episode Christian and I share our top ten faves of this year. This may or may not include talking about college football, sneakers, study bibles, and Hamilton (of course!) We also share our 2020 words of the year, share a quick round of Q+A of questions submitted by you, and most importantly give you ALL of the information of what to expect for next Season 4 of ‘Still With You hosted by Kohlie Browning’. 🎉Many thanks…To my incredible guests, sponsors, partner in prayers, and friends of the show you are a true gem! I would not be able to share this ministry if it were not for your kindness and overwhelming generosity. I wish I could look at each of you from across a table to say thank you! We also have to would sip an cold brew coffee, because ‘Extra Ice’ obviously! Again, with a full heart of sincere gratitude I want to thank you every single one of you who joined me for Season 3 of the podcast.‘Still With You’ Season 4 will release Tuesday January 19th, 2020. Don’t miss a moment, stay connected by subscribing to the show on iTunes or following it through Spotify.Official show notes available at www.kohliebrowning.comChristian Marvin@christiankmarvin Music, “Lifted” from It’s All Beautiful Right Here by Lily

Dec 2020

1 hr 24 min

Sleep is a natural “recharge” time for body and mind, and if it’s not adequate there are negative physical and mental effects. Did you know poor sleep can lead to hyperactivity issues in children as early five-years-old? In teenagers, anxiety and depression are linked to poor sleeping habits 27% and 69% of the time. Kids who don’t sleep well don’t grow as well as their peersKids who get good sleep tend to get sick less frequently. Plenty of sleep usually translates to better grades, improved emotional health, and a healthier home life. All children deserve a safe, comfortable place to lay their heads.Yet it is estimated that roughly 2-3% of American children are without beds (according to news collected by SHP). Often these children end up sleeping on couches, blankets, and even floors. This affects not only their happiness but their overall health and development.That’s where Sleep in Heavenly Peace® comes in, a nonprofit volunteer organization dedicated to building, assembling and delivering top-notch bunk beds to children and families in need. SHP operates in all fifty of the United States through organizing local chapters in various cities.Friends, you know how much I love my city! When I met Kevin Loveday, SHP Pensacola Chapter President I had to hear more and wanted to share his story. His work alongside the countless local volunteers matters more than you know. In just its first year, the Pensacola chapter of SHP has already delivered 100 beds.When Hurricane Sally terrorized the Gulf Coast in September SHP were the heroes we prayed would rise up, still providing beds to our local kiddos.As Kevin says, “Our goal is every kid has a bed of their own and no kid sleeps on the floor in our town.”You are going to love hearing Kevin’s humble heart and amazing story taking small brave steps with God that had lead to full life change for not only himself, but many others who now have the opportunity to sleep peacefully.SHP is a volunteer organization that builds beds for kids who are sleeping on the floor and there are multiple ways to get involved, click here now to find out how,*This episode of ‘Still With You’ is not sponsored by SHP. The content of this episode, including Kevin’s story and faith is unaffiliated with this nonprofit organization.Official show notes available atwww.kohliebrowning.comSleep in Heavenly Peace FL-Pensacola Chapter The Favor: Sleep in Heavenly Peace – Mike Rowe Churchhttps://libertychurch.netMusic, “Lifted” from It’s All Beautiful Right Here by Lily Garay“Timpani Beat” by Nana Kwabena

Nov 2020

48 min 3 sec

North Carolina native Sagar Kapoor spent most of his time in middle and high school focusing on his athletic career. As much as he loved tossing around a baseball and playing pick up games of basketball he often felt defeated. He deeply struggled with his self-confidence and carried a heavy emptiness in his heart.Your own story might sound similar to Sagar’s. Have you ever walked through a season where you wanted to give up? Maybe you have tossed aside a dream or even isolated yourself believing you are a failure. My hope is not to minimize what you are feeling, but instead remind you that you are never alone.Everything changed in Sagar’s life when a friend took time to share the hope of Jesus with Him. In the middle of the darkness he experienced the true love and light of the Savior and he knew he would never be the same!Today, Sagar devotes his life to serving Jesus Christ and coaching young men to be the best they can be on and off the court.Coach Kap kicked off his career as a student manager for East Carolina University’s Men’s Basketball Team. Upon graduation at ECU he served as a graduate assistant and as Director of Basketball Operations with Gardner-Webb, while earning his master’s degree in sports pedagogy.As Director of Basketball Operations at Gardner-Webb University, in 2018-2019, Coach Kap helped lead the Runnin’ Bulldogs to a 23-12 overall record and a trip to the NCAA Tournament. The trip to the NCAA tournament was the first ever in Gardner-Webb history. Experiencing March Madness with a court-side seat is what Sagar calls “A once in a lifetime experience!”This year Sagar is entering his second season as Assistant Coach for the Pensacola State College Men’s Basketball Program. There is nothing my church family and I love more than attending Pirate games and cheering on this incredible friend.It is the seasons when we do not quit when we can watch God show up!! No matter what you experienced yesterday, today you have a new beginning. Like stepping into a new pair of sneakers, you can live a transformed life, shedding addictions, negativity, and begin walking in true freedom through Jesus.Tentatively, the PSC Pirates will begin their season on January 12th at Pensacola State College, for more information you can visit the Pensacola State College website.Official show notes available atwww.kohliebrowning.comSagar Kapoor@coach_kapoorMusic, “Lifted” from It’s All Beautiful Right Here by Lily Garay

Nov 2020

1 hr 10 min

Not one of us could have expected the dump truck loads of events and emotions that this year, 2020, held. Yet, in the middle of disappointment GOD was still working in our hearts, lives, cities, and world. On the season finale of ‘Still With You’ Kohlie is chatting with a favorite returning guest, answering your questions, and listening to your stories.Did you experience a moment or a season where God worked radically in your life? Did He show for you up in an unbelievable way? Where was God still with you this year?WE WANT TO HEAR YOU SHARE YOUR STORY!!Here are a few ways you can share and potentially be featured on ‘Still With You’ Season Three Final episodeEmail Kohlie at with your 2020. Please keep sharing to 150 words or less so that it may be read on air. If you would like to be left anonymous please do make this CLEAR in your message.Email and attach a voice recording in MP3 form of you sharing part of your story. You do this through your voice memo application on your phone or use a home computer. Your voice recording will be shared on air and in this please include only your first name. Keep your time to only 3 minutes!Kohlie and her special guest are also very excited to be answering your questions! Ask her anything you are curious about. Submit your questions here, or you can again always email Kohlie or message her through social media. All questions will be read anonymously.We are so excited to celebrate God’s faithfulness this year. This conversation will not be one about politics, toilet paper, or Tiger King!! We are talking about the fun, the crazy, and the amazing things from this year, including hearing from YOU friend!!All questions, stories, etc. must be submitted by Sunday November 22nd, 2020.DISCLAIMER: Not all submitted stories and questions will be released and the final discretions will be left fully to Kohlie Browning and her team. Any late entries will not be accepted.

Nov 2020

3 min 41 sec

Imagine arriving to your first interview in a new city clumsy wearing your skirt backwards and accidentally sliding out of your seat during the meeting. This sounds like the pilot episode of a hilarious sitcom rather than reality, but not for Megan Mucci This was her life. This day changed everything.Born into a military family Megan was raised living in six states and two countries. Even though she held an abundance of travel experience it was not until she discovered her love for video production when the world truly open up to her! This led to her to dive deep in learning about photography and later develop her skillset for her favorite form of art, graphic design.At a young age Megan felt God calling her to inspire, influence, and be a leader for others in her creative field. Even though she at times resisted, God never gave up on His dreams for her.Today she lives with her Brooklynn with her husband Stephen and their loyal dog, Harley Pants. In her career she has worked as a Producer, Creative Director, Motion Graphic Editor and Graphic Designer and left her creative mark with businesses and shows such as like ZaZoom Media Group, NYC & Company, ABC’s ‘The Chew’, and ABC’s ‘Tamron Hall’.Currently, Megan is working as the Senior Graphics Artist of The Drew Berrymore Show, a daily show that launched in September 2020.Even before the moment of falling out of her seat during her first interview in New York Megan’s journey has been one of learning to trust Jesus as her ultimate compass.Let’s lean into leadership as welcome the beautiful and brillant, Megan Mucci.Official show notes available at Megan Mucciwww.meganvmucci.comThe Drew Barrymore Showwww.thedrewbarrymoreshow.comMusic, “Lifted” from It’s All Beautiful Right Here by Lily

Nov 2020

1 hr 33 min

Have you ever been afraid to ask for help? Maybe you need to, but do not know how to ask? Do you feel like you are burning out and craving a dose loving truth to refresh and encourage you? A few weeks ago I had the honor and privilege of speaking with my church family at Liberty Church Downtown alongside four of my dear friends; Pastor Todd and Becca Caroline, Syreeta Johnson, and Sagar Kapoor. (You might remember hearing Pastor Todd and Becca's story on Episode 44). On this episode of 'Still With You' I am sharing our conversation from the HELP! Series. I believe that no one meets with a motivating friend, attends a church service or listens to an episode of a podcast by accident. You are here for a reason and I believe God is will meet you right where you are and deliver the genuine help and guidance that your heart has been longing for. Thank you to Pastor Todd and Becca and the entire Liberty Church Downtown team for inviting me share what I have learned walking with God and seeking His HELP!Friends, if you in the Pensacola, Florida region and searching for HOME, Liberty Church Downtown is the most fun, safe, and loving place to grow closer to Jesus and in community. Please connect with Liberty on social media and take a Sunday to Liberty Church Downtown. We would love to meet you! Official show notes available on Liberty Church Downtown, “Lifted” from It’s All Beautiful Right Here by Lily Garay

Nov 2020

44 min 15 sec

More than just jewelry, Charliemadison Originals bracelets inspire you to hold tightly to what you love. They are the perfect gift or keepsake reminder that you’re not alone on this journey. Each meaningful bracelet or necklace keeps you connected to your purpose, your tribe, and your family.More than just an entrepreneur, the owner and founder of this incredible business, Wendy Hively, is an encourager, amazing creative and most important a wife, mom, and loyal friend, especially to her fellow military spouses.Wendy’s military roots run deep, spanning three generations and three branches of service. She credits this, along with being a military spouse to her husband, Brian, a retired U.S. Navy service member to influencing Charliemadison Originals’ mission of compassion and purpose.To honor not only her family, but also the military community she loves so much, Charliemadisons donate 5% of all sales from their shop to organizations that support servicemembers and their families. When you purchase from this small business, you are not just wearing a beautiful handmade bracelet. You are coming alongside and giving back to a the brave families that serve us everyday,What I love most about Wendy is her message behind her business, everyday reminders that every day matters. Charliemadison is about helping you celebrate your little moments – reaching your goal, believing in yourself, counting your blessings. Each piece of jewelry is a token, meant to inspire and remind you of what’s important in your life. Choose your own special token or share your favorite with someone you love.Wendy is a true hero to myself and so many others! It is an honor to know her as dear friend and I cannot wait for you to hear her story.Official show notes available at www.kohliebrowning.comCharliemadison Originals www.charliemadisonoriginals.comCharliemadison Originals on R. Riveter, “Lifted” from It’s All Beautiful Right Here by Lily Garay www.lilygaray.comAd music, “A Caring Friend” by Bad Snacks

Oct 2020

47 min 36 sec

Hey friends! Last year on season two of ‘Still With You’ so many of you loved hearing from my entertaining friend Artist Arthur Rocker. You can listen to my original conversation with him on Episode 30: Entertaining Artist Arthur Rocker.This week have reunited and are bringing some real talk to the table. In this chat with Arthur we discuss the vital and very tender topics of race and reconciliation, social justice, the Bible, and counseling, a practice Arthur and I are new to but have both benefitted tremendously from! “Ex Marks the Spot” is his new shiny single he released over the summer and you know I had to ask him about the new music he is creating!In having honest and open conversation about faith about race and reconciliation it is crucial for me to share that I am on a journey of growing and learning how I can be an advocate and accomplice to my friends of color. The words and sentences I formed that make up this conversation are not perfect, but they are honest, real, and invitation for you too. Do not let fear stop you from SPEAKING up, even imperfectly like me about things that matter most.It is still my favorite goal to make all of my friends fans of Arthur Rocker! If you are not already, welcome to the party! Arthur is one of the best people and you will love his energetic, sympathy, genuine, and joyous presence.I am so glad you are joining us, let’s get to the real talk with my inspiring friend Artist Arthur Rocker.Official show notes available at www.kohliebrowning.comMusic, “Ex Marks the Spot" by Arthur Rocker @therockerarthur

Oct 2020

51 min 39 sec

It is vital that we pause and put more on God. Do not think for a moment God has forgotten you and your present circumstance. You were made specifically for such as time as this.My prayer for you is that this highlight of the Esther story the speaks to your heart and calms your mind.Official Show notes available at www.kohliebrowning.comEsther Chapter 4 NLTMusic, “Sunrise in Paris” by Dan Henig“Wander” by Emmit Fenn

Oct 2020

4 min 45 sec