Today on the TBB podcast today my guest is Lauren Green McAfee.
I met Lauren at a retreat called The Refuge! It was a relaxing time to connect and listen to the stories of women leaders from across the country.
Lauren is committed to Jesus, is married to her high school sweetheart Michael, and is originally from Oklahoma City, OK. She acquired a masters degree from Liberty University in pastoral counseling and is currently serving as the Director of Community Engagement for the soon to open Museum of the Bible in Washington DC. In addition, she is a Corporate Ambassador for Hobby Lobby and in her spare time, is working toward a PHD in ethics and policy.
In our interview, Lauren shares how she would define the word thrive. In her experience, “Seasons change in our lives and we need to maximize our potential as we move through these times. Thriving in one season might look completely different as each season changes.”
We talk about ways to grow our faith, become accountable, develop discipline, and learn to create healthy boundaries in relationships.
Lauren is truly such an inspiration and has an interesting perspective on vulnerability. She chooses to “lean in” to others and has found courage and confidence in sharing her heart. We talk about significant events that have shaped who she is today and how they have helped her continue to live out her faith.
Here’s my interview with Lauren Green McAfee.