Episode 6: Robin Holder
AT HOME WITH THE HOLDERS
In her inaugural appearance on the podcast, ROBIN HOLDER, my wife/better half, joins in on a fun and honest conversation. This episode flips the script and our producer, Tori, puts Robin and I both in the hot seat. We answer listener questions, talk about what makes our marriage work, lessons we learned in parenting, giant goldfish in Minnesota, the weight of ministry, and so much more.
Tune in to find out what we’re watching on Netflix, what amazing athletic record Robin holds, and what story almost got our parenting cards revoked.
THE SHOW NOTES
Should we have Robin back on the podcast for part 2? Let us know!
WAY TO GO AWARD
AND ONE QUESTIONS
ONE PERSON THAT HAS MADE A LASTING IMPACT ON YOUR LIFE?
Robin: My dad.
Greg: My dad.
ONE THING YOU’RE LOVING THESE DAYS THAT WE SHOULD CHECK OUT?
Both: All of the Scandinavian crime shows on Netflix.
ONE WAY YOU’RE CONNECTING WITH GOD THESE DAYS?
Robin: I intentionally have worship music playing in my office while I’m working during the day.
Greg: The Dwell App – and specifically, dialing in the ambient music and the British narrator.
ONE LESSON YOU WISH YOU COULD HAVE LEARNED SOONER?
Greg: I wish I would have learned early on that the only way you’re going to get through a big project, a big moment, a big challenge, is to take that first step.
Robin: I wish I would have taken more risks earlier.
ONE TRAIT YOU HAD AS A KID GROWING UP THAT YOU STILL HAVE TODAY?
Robin: I love people passionately.
Greg: The ability to use my words to get a point across.
ONE WAY YOU’RE MOVING INTO THIS NEXT YEAR WITH HOPE?
Robin: I am so confident that God is about second chances in people’s lives. I can’t wait to see the second chances that He puts in front of me.
Greg: I’m praying the same thing.
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