You might have heard of the Grammy and Dove Award winner Francesca Battistelli, but have you heard of her amazing mother?
On the Podcast today we have the honor of talking with Kate Battistelli – a blogger, published author, foodie and a retired Broadway actress. Kate,toured for 2 1/2 years in the Broadway National Tour of The King and I playing Anna opposite the legendary Yul Brynner as the King and it’s where she met her amazing husband.
Kate’s book, Growing Great Kids is available on Amazon.
On today’s Episode, we talk with Kate about leaving Broadway to follow Christ, Children, Mentoring and the Empty Nest, a.k.a “The After Party”.
You can find Kate on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram.
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What fun to hear Kate’s story today on the Podcast. I actually met her at the Allume conference last Fall and was so impressed to hear that she was Francesca’s mom. Now I’m even more impressed to hear that she was a Broadway star in one of my favorite plays of all time.
My takeaway from this Podcast was the encouragement to pursue our dreams no matter what our age. As a late bloomer to the world of writing and teaching I am encouraged to know that God has much more for me to do.
Thank you Kate, Diane, and Holly for another great interview.
Hi Patricia! I’m so glad you were encouraged today! I love that fact that Abraham was 75 when God called Him and Moses was 80 and Elizabeth was well past childbearing years (I’m thinking in her 50’s). Until our last breath, we are NEVER to old to be used by God to change the world in a mighty, eternal way. I remember meeting you at Allume! Blessings 🙂
Thankful for the blessing of hearing Kate’s story of a joyful following! You ladies are fun companions to “listen in on.”
Oh my I loved this so much. I always wanted to know more of Kate’s story, and now I’ve also found this podcast and community. Thank you!