Elisa Pulliam

Elisa is the founder of More to Be, a trained life coach with an emerging speciality in trauma-focused equine-assisted coachingcoach trainer, mentor, and speaker passionate about helping women experience a fresh encounter with God and His for the sake impacting the next generation with Kingdom hope. She is the author of Meet the New You: A 21-Day Plan for Embracing Fresh Attitudes and Focused Habits Leading to Real Life Change, and Unblinded Faith: Gaining Spiritual Sight Through Believing God's Word, along with numerous books and bible studies for women and teen girls. When she's not home caring for her family, you can find Lisa horseback riding and serving on the leadership team of an equine-assisted therapy farm. She considers her first calling as wife to Stephen and mother to her four growing-up-too-fast children.

If I Could Start Motherhood Again

Two Things I’d Do Differently If I Could Start Motherhood Again

From this vantage point, with my oldest leaving the nest, getting ready to start her adult life as a married woman, and my youngest just shy of turning sixteen, I have perspective on what I would do differently as I’ve come to see the truly sacred work of motherhood. God designed the relationship between mother and child as one to provide the kind of emotional AND physical security that lays the foundation for development.  Studies upon studies show the impact an emotionally engaged and present mama has on her child. And yet, how many of us (I’m raising my hand)…

Hungry for Home with Ruth McKeaney {Podcast #705}

Home. That word can elicit a range of different emotions. For some, the idea of home brings about feelings of family traditions, loved ones, or the place they always want to come back to. For others, the thought of home simply hurts, with disappointments, heartbreaks, and unattainable expectations. There is something in all of us that longs for that sense of comfort and stability . . . that is the hope for home. I have uncovered that hope again, thanks to the inspiration of a long-known of, but new to me friend, Ruth Mckeaney, who is also the author of…

Fixing Your Gaze on What Matters Most

Fixing Your Gaze on What Matters Most

As I gazed out the window of my living room on a quiet Saturday morning, only interrupted by the snoring of the dog and the humming of the appliances, I took in a deep breath to savor the moment as my eyes settled on a sight I’d never seen before. At least a hundred times I’ve looked out this window, but I had never noticed the landscape quite this way. It was like the trees were climbing up the hillside to touch the sunrise. What changed, you may ask? The answer is simple. My focus. Between my window and those climbing…

When You Belong to Christ, Podcast #704

When You Belong to Christ {Podcast #704}

If all your thoughts on any given day were recorded and transcribed, how would it read? More importantly, how would those thoughts line up with Scripture? Would you be able to flip open your Bible and say, “Yep, this is a truth!” or would you more likely struggle to find a biblical principle that supports that way of thinking? With as much time as I spend teaching the Word, it really is amazing how often I find my thoughts filled with shame messages shaping a twisted perspective about who I am in Christ and how God’s promises are as true…

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What I Wish I Knew When {Podcast #703}

Have you ever said, “if only I could go back and tell myself ______”? Or thought to yourself, “If only I had known!”? Well, you’re not alone, sister. Far too often we find ourselves wondering if things would be different today if we had made different choices twenty years ago. We see our children, grandchildren, nieces, and nephews growing up and wishing we could shake them into not making the same mistakes that we did. However, looking back on what feels like regrets can also be an outlet for praising God for the work he had done in our lives…

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