Confessions of a Proverbs 32 Woman with Kerri Pomarolli
If you’re anything like Kerri Pomarolli, you’ve read Proverbs 31 and thought, “Who is this woman? And what kind of magic unicorn, Energizer Bunny juice does she have on IV?” And you thought social media standards were hard to live up to!
In this episode, Kerri and I talk about the “Proverbs 32 women”–those of us who are tired of trying and failing to live up to impossible standards. We also talk about the importance of laughter, especially when we’re all stuck at home!
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Who is Kerri Pomarolli?
Kerri Pomarolli is a writer, comedian, speaker, and the ultimate Proverbs 32 Woman. She tours nationwide with clean comedy at top Christian and secular venues. Pomarolli has been featured on The Tonight Show 29 times as well as made appearances on Comedy Central, ABC, and more. Known as “Hollywood’s Favorite God Girl,” Pomarolli frequently shares about her faith while living in LA with her two daughters.
You can order Confessions of a Proverbs 32 Woman HERE.
About the Book:
“Comedian Pomarolli (She Rises Late and Her Kids Make Her Breakfast) explores with wit and candor her life as a Christian and mother. She takes off the “Insta-perfect Christian mask” to reveal hilarious tales about taking jazz dance class with teenagers and reading her college diary (detailing a string of boyfriends), but also difficult topics such as marital strife and depression, all the while anchoring her life’s story to her connection with Jesus and the notion that she is far from what the Bible cites in Proverbs 31 as the ideal woman, but is still trying: “Accepting that you are a Proverbs 33 Woman is the gift of being convinced that God is crazy about you.” Including an eye-opening mission trip to Africa that helped her foster trust in God’s plans for her life and tips for trusting God that she learned during a tough divorce, her testimony and scripture suggestions feel genuine and never overly preachy. While some advice—such as leaving inspirational notes around the house—is not new, she backs up all her suggestions with hilarious stories of parenting and overcoming loneliness. For Christians who love a bit of sass, this delightful guide poignantly explains how to praise God while accepting the messiness that life brings.” -Publishers Weekly
Walk It Out Scripture
A cheerful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones.
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Resources, books, and links mentioned in this episode:
- Confessions of a Proverbs 32 Woman
- She Rises Late and Her Kids Make Her Breakfast
- Made to Crave
- Calming Angry Kids
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