Divorce is never the easy answer, but when we surrender any challenging situation, God will always meet us to bring redemption and healing. In this episode of The Rclaimed Podcast, Joy shares her story with Ellie Herringshaw about the ending of her difficult marriage and how she experienced the freedom and acceptance of Jesus even while she was still healing and grieving. Joy is a soon-to-be published author and her book of poetry, I Was Married is scheduled to be released in the fall of 2019. Follow her social media to learn more @joyhkova.

Navigating singleness and dating can be extremely challenging, and post-divorce, the stakes are even higher! In this episode of The Rclaimed Podcast, Ellie Herringshaw dialogues with Kaitlyn Raley about their similar seasons of singleness. They discuss how they decided to date after divorce, online dating tips and tricks, and those dreaded break-ups. Although it may be an unwanted season for a time, singleness is important and it can be incredibly healing!

Kaitlyn Raley shares her story with Ellie Herringshaw in this episode of The Rclaimed Podcast. In 2016, Kaitlyn went through a divorce after experiencing domestic abuse and betrayal in her marriage. Ellie and Kaitlyn discuss healing, reclaiming and the importance of surrender in the healing process.

Mark Halstensgard was given 10 days to live after being diagnosed with a severe case of Stevens-Johnson syndrome. In this episode of The Rclaimed Podcast, Ellie Herringshaw interviews Mark about his experience receiving miraculous healing after his diagnoses. Although Mark’s physical healing was almost instantaneous, the emotional healing is still ongoing. Mark shares his theology of pain, sickness as well as healing.

After stressful and traumatic events such as divorce, self care is a must! However, it can be challenging to take the time and the energy to be kind to ourselves. In this episode, Ellie Herringshaw dialogues with returning guest, Mel Noel about self care, self compassion and identity. Contrary to what we might believe, self care is not selfish. “We cannot give out of an empty cup.” Self care simply all boils down to self awareness, hearing the voice of God for what we actually need, and setting boundaries for ourselves and those around us.