During the Spring of 2020, right as the global pandemic hit, author, speaker, and women’s lifestyle guru Rachel Hollis launched a 90-day challenge to become an overall better and more functional person. Through March, April, and May, Hollis posted peppy, adorable photos of her and her husband Dave, chatted about writing a book in the middle of the chaos of COVID, and pivoted her brand at lightning speed. However, it was also during this time that Hollis told her husband she was leaving him only a day before launching her 90-day challenge. Only one year ago, she and her husband Dave were charging a $1000 registration fee for their marriage conferences. In her new book Hollis tries to make sense of her divorce for her readers including encouraging “faking it” in a marriage for the sake of the kids. This podcast is a conversation about Hollis’s new book and if her advice for challenges in marriage is biblical. She has millions of followers including many Christian women who look to her for advice for how to live their lives, but is Hollis’s advice based on Scripture?
This Postmodern Realities episode is a conversation with Journal author Anne Kennedy about her online-exclusive article, “She Who Has Eyes, Let Her See: A look at Didn’t See That Coming by Rachel Hollis”.
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