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Episode 30

Being a Traditional Wife

In this episode we chat to Nadia La Russa. Nadia describes herself as a “spiritually traditional” wife, meaning that she lives by the bible’s definition of being a wife: ” Wives must submit to their husbands as is fitting in the Lord“. (Colossians 3:18). Nadia explains what this means and how it works for her relationship and that choosing this type of relationship doesn’t mean that she isn’t a feminist.

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Host: Debbie Roche

Guest: Nadia La Russa

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About Our Guest

Nadia La Russa is a successful serial entrepreneur. She owns several companies in Thunder Bay, Ontario, all of which are leaders in their respective markets. Nadia has received several awards for her work in this community, including the 2014 Nova “Top 20 Under 40” and the Northern Ontario Business Women’s 2017 Entrepreneur of the Year. She is a mother of 5, volunteer birth doula and wife to one incredibly patient man.

As a woman of faith, Nadia calls herself a “spiritually traditional” wife, meaning that she allows her husband to be head of the household. In the bible, this is referred to as being “submissive” but Nadia doesn’t feel that term really represents their relationship. Of course, I was anxious to know more!

 

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Episode 30 Show Notes

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Find out more about Nadia by visiting www.nadialarussa.com

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