Catch up on the conversation from this week on the Taylor and Jen podcast! Puzzles, pet names, and silver linings…
Mornings at Life 107.1 are here to help you get ready for your day of spreading the hope of Christ in central Iowa. Taylor and Jen are here to uplift you, make you think, and make you laugh.
One of my favorite things about working in radio is the stories. Whether I’m hearing about something powerful God has done in your life, or just reliving an embarrassing moment I endured over the weekend, I consider it a great privilege to share these moments with you every morning. I’m a Texas boy who married an Iowa girl in a small town in Arkansas. We moved to West Des Moines in the spring of 2016 and have been enjoying putting down roots in central Iowa. We spend our free time watching movies, reading books, and spoiling our pets.
I may not have been born here, but it’s been 24 years, and I sure feel like an Iowan. You have welcomed and loved me and the feeling is mutual. My family, including two kiddos Piper and Ben, loves being a part of this community. Thank you for letting me be a part of your mornings at Life 107.1. “They” say if you do a job you love, you never work a day in your life—and it’s true. Being with you isn’t a job—it’s a joy.
Dr. Heidi Warner chatted with Taylor and Jen to share some truth from psychology and Scripture to help you cope with some feelings you may be dealing with in this anxious time. Dr. Heidi on your emotional health during the coronavirus…
It’s your weekly dose of Taylor and Jen! Catch up on last week’s conversations, including extended conversations with Jean Holthaus and Jeremy Camp. Iowa secrets, a handwashing anthem, and Jeremy Camp…
When anybody else would’ve turned and left me at my worst - Love moved first
Your ways are higher - You know just what I need - I trust you, Jesus - You see what I cannot see
Waymaker - Miracle Worker - Promise Keeper - Light in the darkness - My God - That is who You are
You don’t answer all my questions -- But You hear me when I speak -- You don’t keep my heart from breakin’ -- But when it does, You weep with me