Cross-Over with Michelle Lesley and Amy Spreeman from A Word Fitly Spoken

Hello dear ones, I hope this post finds you all doing well. Today we drop our 19th episode of Tulips & Honey, and it’s a very special episode. Another Cross-Over! Who doesn’t love a good cross over? Three different podcasts come together for one giant cross over! Amy and Michelle from A Word Fitly Spoken, as well as Emily from The Aquila & Pricilla Hour, joined me on the program. Together we make up four different generations joining one another to discuss Biblical discipleship from a woman’s stand point. It wouldn’t be Tulips & Honey without some fun at the end! We hope this conversation is fruitful and edifying.

I want to thank Michelle, Amy, and Emily for coming on the program to talk about such an important conversation. You can find Tulips & Honey on Podbean, iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, and YouTube. Don’t forget to check out the YouTube video, which is equipped with video. Within the episode we mentioned several different resources so I’ve included a list of links below. As always, beloved brethren, be good Berean’s and study to show yourselves approved.

Amy and Michelles website:

Michelles Blog:

Rock your Role Articles:

Amy’s Blogs:

Michelle and Amy’s Podcast:

Emily’s Blog:

Emily’s Podcast: Aquila & Priscilla Hour

Author: lnhereford

I am a Christian, wife, mother, podcaster and homeschooler currently traveling the United States with my loving husband and darling daughter!

6 thoughts on “Cross-Over with Michelle Lesley and Amy Spreeman from A Word Fitly Spoken”

  1. Thanks for the podcast, sister. I realize the discussion is aimed at women, but I enjoyed the conversation. On-topic, I’m currently halfway-through with book about a 17th-century Boston, Massachusetts woman who roiled the Puritan civic-religious leadership because of her controversial Bible studies.

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      1. Not only did the leadership tell her to go home, they banished her from the colony! Ouch! But the civic-religious leadership wasn’t altogether orthodox either. She had a couple of valid points. It’s a fascinating story set about 100-years before Edwards’ first revivals.

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