You Don’t Have to Be Everything to Everybody

Jeremy Simmons shares his journey from life's lowest points to newfound hope in this inspiring episode of The Redeemed Man Podcast.

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Jeremy Simmons thought he had everything—he had a fast-paced career, he was “planting” a new church, he had a successful wife and two beautiful daughters. But when his marriage fell apart, he says he felt “like I was watching the towers of my life fall down around me.” Moving back in with his parents and starting over was a humbling experience, but when he stopped trying to control everything and just let God carry him, Jeremy saw a glimmer of hope. Now remarried with a big blended family and working an exciting career in the healthcare industry, Jeremy has learned a lot from his experience—and in this week’s podcast with Nate Dewberry, he’s eager to share it with our listeners.

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0:00—Intro/”lightning round”

9:47—Jeremy’s background, rise to success, and divorce

20:48—Navigating divorce and the aftermath

29:49—Bouncing back, getting remarried, and starting “Family 2.0”

34:37—Managing a blended family

39:11—What Jeremy’s learned from his mistakes

44:20—Building a community that helps you stay grounded

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