Come Follow Up
Old Testament | Nov 28-Dec 4 | Nahum; Habakkuk; Zephaniah
Late one evening I received a desperate call from my brother-in-law, a producer on the show. "Krista, what do you know about the book of Habbakuk?" Honestly, I didn't even know that was a book in the Bible. But when McKay asked if I could bear testimony to principles such as Trust in God's Will and Timing, Faith in the Midst of Dark Places, and Hope for a Better World, I answered, "Absolutely."
It turns out the guest scheduled to appear in this episode of the show had been diagnosed with Covid, and they needed a last-minute replacement. By 8:00 am, I had passed the background check, grabbed a couple of changes of clothes, and was headed to the recording studio at BYU. Yes, I listened to Habbakuk in the car on the way there. But with host Ben Lomu, and gospel scholars, Patrick Mason and Josh Matson on set with their wealth of information and peaceful reassurance, all that was left for me to do was trust God to give me the words to bear my testimony. And now, Habbakuk will forever be my jam!
Build A Life After Loss Podcast
With Host, Julie Cluff
October 19, 2022
This week we welcome Krista Isaacson to the podcast. With tremendous faith and hope, she traveled the painful experience of losing her seemingly healthy 2-year-old daughter overnight to cancer. She speaks to the overwhelming experience of losing a child, the tremendous impact of having friends and family love and support us in our experience and being open to hear the whisperings of God in the process.
The Enlightenment Show
With Host, Lauri Schoenfeld
How do you find a way through the grief and pain of losing a child?
Krista Isaacson joins The Enlightenment Show With Lauri Schoenfeld to chat about her memoir, Unbearable Burden, and how she found hope through the grief of losing her daughter.
Stories of Hope in Hard Times
Hosted by: Tamara K. Anderson
Episode: Courageously Trusting God with Heavy Burdens:
Krista Isaacson had 30 hours from the time her two-year-old daughter was diagnosed with a brain tumor until she passed away. She shares her incredible journey of faith and learning to lean on God through this unbearable burden.
Come Follow Me:
Act in Doctrine
Guest appearance #1,
discussing Doctrine & Covenants 51-57
Come Follow Me study for May 17-23, 2021
Come Follow Me:
Act in Doctrine
Guest appearance #2,
discussing Doctrine and Covenants 58-59
Come Follow Me study for May 24-30, 2021
BYU Women's Conference
Special Service Broadcast April 2021
I served for 2 years on the BYU Women's Conference Service Subcommittee, but because of the Covid 19 Pandemic, both the 2020 and 2021 conferences were held digitally and the service portion of the conference postponed. In an effort to promote and continue the service tradition of BYU Women's Conference, this special broadcast was released on Thursday evening of the 2021 conference at the time our big evening of service event would traditionally have been taking place.
*(My portion of the video begins at about minute 24)*
"We Can Live
With God Again"
November 11, 2011
My husband and I were priviledged to participate in a video commissioned by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to share our testimonies of the message that, "Life beyond the grave is as real, and as certain as is our life here." (President Thomas S. Monson)
Hi Five Live
How the Scriptures Saved Me When My Daughter Died
February 6, 2019
(The video starts off sideways, but don't worry...
it gets straightened out)
"At the Table"
with Michelle Wilson
May 1, 2020
As part of her book launch for Leaning on Jesus: Strength for a Woman's Heart, author Michelle Wilson gathered a panel of women to discuss the topic of Expectations.