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Letters From Home

with Meg Glesener

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Podcast Description

Letters from Home is based on 2 Corinthians 3:3 which says: “…You are a letter from Christ delivered by us, written not with ink but with the Spirit of the living God, not on tablets of stone but on tablets of human hearts.” (ESV)

Letters from Home is a faith-building podcast sharing everyday stories of faith from people of all walks of life. Life is hard, and on most days, our faith needs a boost. Letters From Home Podcast will bring a new faith story, every other week, from people who love Jesus, of all ages & demographics. You will hear in these stories, their dreams, their failures, their pain, their struggles, their life changing encounters, and their extraordinary moments. You’ll leave each episode encouraged and inspired to love God and the people around you more deeply.

Each episode is built like a letter as we try to showcase how each of our lives is a letter to the world for the glory of God! And there is always a P.S. at the end. I have one goal here – to bring encouragement to your doorstep!

“The day my podcast went live I remember looking up and the only cloud in the sky was a heart. God was smiling down upon me sending me encouragement to share these stories. I truly hope they bless your life.”


About Meg Glesener

Hi, I’m Meg. I live in the Seattle area and love the PNW. I am a mom of 8. Yes, 8! I am trying to live my best life even though I don’t always get it right and things don’t always go as planned. I am thankful for those I am blessed to share life with. I have loved weaving my family into my podcast. They have been a big part of this since the beginning!

To my husband, Mike, you are the wind in my sails!

To my Lord, for whom I live and breathe, and seek to honor with every fiber of my being, I am grateful.

You can connect with me at or by visiting me on Instagram and Facebook. I’d love to hear how God is touching your life through this podcast!

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Show Notes

“Newly Quadriplegic: Road From Despair to the Paralympics” Joe Delagrave | Vault March 1, 2023 - Can you imagine at age 19, after a boating accident, waking up from surgery to the doctors telling you that you will never walk again?… READ MORE →
“Falsely Accused Pastor” Markus Watson | Vault February 1, 2023 - Can you imagine being falsely accused as a pastor? Then add to that, false charges filed against you where even the FBI gets involved. Markus… READ MORE →
“In Case I Die” Jerry Dugan January 18, 2023 - Jerry Dugan while deployed to Kuwait, wrote to his wife and family, the “in case I die” letter. His whole hard life had led to… READ MORE →
“Losing Her Beloved Through Medical Malpractice” Ami Shroyer January 4, 2023 - Losing a loved one through medical malpractice has to be one of the most difficult experiences in life. This is Ami Shroyer’s story, and she… READ MORE →
“Bible Project Global Visionary” Michael McDonald December 21, 2022 - Sometimes it takes a rough childhood, and the longing of  a young boy to find a father figure, to inform his global focus and mindset.  READ MORE →
“Adopting Two Boys, Ages 3 & 4 While Single in His Twenties” Holland Webb | Vault December 7, 2022 - How many people choose adoption, while single in their twenties? I would imagine, not many. And to have the boys be age 3 and age… READ MORE →
“Dreams Fulfilled and Disillusionment in Hollywood” Chris Staron | Vault November 23, 2022 - Have you ever wondered what it would be like, to move to Hollywood to pursue your dream of filmmaking? Chris Staron brings us right into… READ MORE →
“What is in a Name?” Bonus Episode October 26, 2022 - What is in a name? And what could your name tell others, and how is it part of your story? We will explore these questions… READ MORE →
“Learning Hospitality” Sue Donaldson October 12, 2022 - Did you know that fulfilling the great commission in the scriptures can be as simple as learning to practice hospitality in our homes? Sue Donaldson… READ MORE →
“Living Life to the Fullest” Lois Gaydos September 28, 2022 - There is nothing like seeing someone in their 80’s still living life to the fullest. There can be a beautiful wisdom, patience, focus and endurance.… READ MORE →