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.

T.R.U.E. Connected Relationships: Practical Steps for Growing Emotionally, Spiritually, and Relationally {Podcast 405}

How would you define the relationships in your life? Connected? Disconnected? Physically present but emotionally disengaged? Toxic? The state of our relationships matters much when it comes to the impact on our faith. That’s because God designed us to need one another. We’re not meant to go through life alone. So what will it take to figure out how to do life together well? In this episode of the More to Be Podcast, Kalie and I jump back into the conversation that kicked off Season 4 and considers the biblical foundation for cultivating T.R.U.E. Connected Relationships. The acronym, T.R.U.E. is…

Debunking the Myths of Counseling with Peggy MacQueen, Episode 404

Debunking the Myths of Counseling {Podcast 404}

What is your perspective on counseling? Do you feel like it carries a stigma in your circle? That only weak people go for help? Does it feel like a lack of faith to seek out counseling . . . that maybe you just have to pray more? In the last decade of my life, I’ve experienced tremendous healing from the Lord and radical transformation through the support of a number of counselors. Each one spoke into my life at a time when I could not find the way forward. More prayer didn’t work. More Bible study didn’t work. More self-control…

Making Memories with Purpose on the More to Be Podcast, Episode 403

Making Memories with Purpose {Podcast 403}

Is it really important to take the time to make memories with your family and friends? What’s the purpose of doing so? How does it overflow from your values? What if finances are tight?   In this episode of the More to Be Podcast, Elisa is joined by co-host Kalie Kelch for an honest conversation about making memories with purpose and understanding impact of our values in that process. Their conversation weaves in and out stories, as Elisa invited Kalie to share about her family vacation and all the value-based decisions that shaped their adventure. You’ll hear heart-tender confessions leading…

When Life Doesn't Go As Planned with Sheridan Voysey on Identity, Infertility, and Purpose | More to Be Podcast Episode 402

When Life Doesn’t Go As Planned: Interview with Sheridan Voysey on Identity, Infertility, and Purpose {Podcast 402}

What is your response when life doesn’t go as planned? Do you doubt God’s love for you? Question your purpose? Struggle to find your identity, when what you thought would define your life no longer exists as a possibility?   On this episode of the More to Be Podcast, I’m joined by Sheridan Voysey, a writer, speaker, and broadcaster, for a deeply powerful discussion about what to do when life doesn’t go as planned. Sheridan, like many of us, experienced the dashing of dreams and hopes, both professionally and personally. He recounts how walking the road of faith while waiting…

How to Live without Regret as a Mom

How to Live without Regret

You know how the saying goes. If I only knew then what I know now. I suspect there’s not a better expression to describe how a mother feels as she releases her child into adulthood. I can certainly say it’s true for me, as I sent off my second daughter to college recently. This season of life is so bittersweet. There’s the joy for the accomplishment and sorrow for All.The.Stuff. I’m not talking about the van crammed with dorm room decor. I’m referring to the emotional stuff we carry inside our hearts and minds as we reflect on what we…

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