The Crystal Paine Show is dedicated to helping you embrace life right where you are and take practical steps to get where you want to go.

Crystal says, "My hope is that this podcast will serve as an inspiration to your week, a pause in your day to slow down and reflect a little, a looked-forward-to part of your weekly routine, a place where we can connect on a deeper level… and ultimately, I my desire is that you come away from listening to each episode feeling motivated to bloom where you are planted and take intentional steps to move in the direction you are longing to go."

Crystal is a wife, mom of 6, speaker, New York Times bestselling author, and online entrepreneur, best known for founding

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52. My Unplugged Sundays Experiment

Powered by RedCircle When Jesse and I first got married, we always took Sunday offline. It was a day for us to just enjoy going to church, resting, and being together as a family. In recent years, I’ve fallen out of that practice (I’m not even exactly sure why, but I did). In addition to…

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51. Our HUGE announcement!

Powered by RedCircle The biggest surprise of our lives: I’M PREGNANT!!!!!! The fertility specialist said we weren’t even a candidate for IVF, but y’all, our God is bigger than a specialist’s diagnosis or multiple tests that said it would never, ever be a possibility. When we got the devastating new last year that we would…

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50. 4 Rhythms You Need in Your Life (with Rebekah Lyons)

Powered by RedCircle “We don’t need to hustle to prove something God already says is true.” I can’t stop thinking about this quote, ever since I read it in Rebekah Lyon’s book, Rhythms of Renewal. If we’re gut honest, how often are we working so hard in an effort to try to impress someone else,…

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49. Finding Good Friends

Powered by RedCircle “We can’t win when we go it alone.” -Jessica Honegger In this week’s podcast, I share more of my struggle with friendships. I talk about the truths that have set me free to develop deep relationships and some of my best tips for finding good friends. If you’ve struggled to develop deep…

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48. Helping Our Kids Overcome Shame (with Kristin Maher)

Powered by RedCircle Kristin Maher, author of the new kids’ book, The Awfulizer: Learning to Overcome the Shame Game, sat down in my office studio last week and had a really honest conversation with me. We talked about what shame is, how to help our kids understand and recognize their Shame Voice, and what to do…

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47. The Power of a Morning Routine

Powered by RedCircle We’re in the middle of getting back to the swing of things around here now that school has started back. One of the things that has made such a difference for us in jumping back in to getting everyone out the door early in the mornings is the fact that we had…

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46. Modesty, Legalism, and Grace

Powered by RedCircle Ever since Jesse and I did our show on breaking free from legalism, we’ve received a lot emails, messages, and comments all asking similar questions. The questions were all something like, “If you don’t adhere to legalism, what should you adhere to?” “How do you determine what you should believe and practice?”…

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45. The Apps & Tools We Use to Plan Our Day

Powered by RedCircle A question I get asked often is, “How do you plan your day and keep track of everything in an organized manner?” Well, in this week’s episode of The Crystal Paine Show, Jesse and I not only share what’s saving our lives and talk about books we are reading, but we also…

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44. Our #1 Tip for a Stronger Marriage

Powered by RedCircle Jesse and I are so very, very different. And I love it so much (well, most of the time!) Case in point: Jesse and I went to Home Depot recently to pick out lighting fixtures for the bathroom renovation. I walked in, scanned the shelves, and picked the first fixture that was…

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43. The Lies We Believed

Powered by RedCircle For the longest time, the words that I believed about myself were, “Not enough.” I had believed this lie long enough that it became my truth. I believed I wasn’t good enough for friendship, so that’s why I didn’t have any close friends. I became a world class people pleaser — and…

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