Episode #90 – When our lives are interrupted with choices we did not make and real consequences that surround us in pain, we still have a choice in that place to choose joy, by the grace of God. Listen in as Denise and Angela continue to share key principles on how to overcome depression.
In this episode, Denise continues a deep dive into the topic of joy and moves the conversation into finding joy. Did you know joy often happens in the midst of suffering? Discover this truth and others as you listen in on five ways we can find true joy in Christ.
Episode #89 – Overcoming depression seems impossible, but victory is possible for those who stay in the fight and know how to fight. Depression is real, but so are God and His promises. Listen in as we cover ten common contributors to depression and how to counter those issues with the word of God.
This week, Denise’s conversation about joy continues by discussing how elusive joy can be. This episode is a powerful reminder to be persistent in finding joy when experiencing difficult circumstances. Listen in as she discusses three reasons why joy can be so hard to find and why the effort is worth it.
Episode #88 – “Parenting with confidence does not mean parenting with perfection. When we don’t feel confident, God fills in the gap.” Listen in as Becky Keife, the community manager for (in)courage and I continue our discussion of Becky’s new book, “No Better Mom for the Job—Parenting with Confidence Even When You Don’t Feel Cut Out For It” and be encouraged today.
In the month of September, Denise will focus on the topic of joy and how this is such a source of hope for believers in Christ. Listen in as she talks about defining joy: what it is. . . and what it isn’t.
Episode #87 – “Don’t be so focused on the “hard” of motherhood that you miss out on the good.” Listen in as Becky Keife, the community manager for (in)courage and I discuss Becky’s new book, “No Better Mom for the Job—Parenting with Confidence Even When You Don’t Feel Cut Out For It” and be encouraged today.
As we wrap up a month of exploring how to maintain a biblical worldview, Denise shares 5 ways to protect this belief system as we face cultural pressure to abandon this perspective.
Episode #86 – In chronic pain and on a hunt for a diagnosis, the woman with a bleed grabbed the hem of Jesus’ robe, desperate for His healing touch. She faced her fear and held onto the One thing certain in her life: God. What fear holds you back? Listen in, find your fight, face it and be set free in Jesus.
Denise continues the discussion about the need for a biblical worldview. Listen in as she explores the obstacles we must overcome in order to have a worldview focused solely on God.
Episode # 85 – When we compare to others, suddenly what seemed like enough no longer is. Contentment is replaced by envy when we allow comparison to rob us. God’s definition of us is the truth we need to cling to.
In this last episode for the month, we focus on our worldview and the ability to be culture changers as Denise completes her interview with Dr. George Barna. He shares astounding insights from years of research to equip us to reach the culture right where we are at.
Episode #84 – The past can shadow the present, snuffing out our joy. We can overcome pain from the past like heroes of old did. Could the women from biblical times speak to our fear today? It is possible to rise above the doubts that try to kill our courage.
For the last part of this month, Denise will continue to discuss worldviews and effective ways to be culture changers with Dr. George Barna. Listen in as they talk about 5 things that inhibit having a biblical worldview and how to overcome a worldly mindset to reach the culture around us.
Episode #83 – Could the women from biblical times speak to our fear today? It is possible to rise above the doubts that try to kill our courage. Listen in as Denise and Angela share from Angela’s new book, “Fearless: Ordinary Women of the Bible who Dared to do Extraordinary things”, and learn how to stand up to fear and preserve our hope at all times.
Episode 81 – This month we are doing an overhaul on our health – from physical health last week to the key to emotional health this week. Listen in as Denise Pass and Suzie Eller discuss the secret to emotional health.
Episode #82 – The answer to shame is not found in pride, but humility. The only reason we are free from shame is the grace and faithfulness of God. Shame tries to point us back to who we were before Christ, but humility points us back to the One who our lives really are all about—Jesus. Listen in and discover how humility conquers shame in Jesus’ name!
As we wrap up the month, Denise continues her conversation with Tracie Miles regarding her latest book, Living Unbroken: Reclaiming Your Life and your Heart After Divorce. Listen in as they dive into 4 steps to healing from depression that can set in when living through the pain of a divorce.
Episode #81 – Hidden shame is tucked in our souls deeply. Negative self-talk, toxic relationships, people-pleasing, defensiveness, perfectionism, or altered personalities are just some ways shame leaves its hidden imprint on us. Listen in and remove the shame you do not see.
For the next two episodes, Denise talks with Tracie Miles about her latest book, Living Unbroken: Reclaiming Your Life and your Heart After Divorce. Check out their discussion of how God led them from brokenness to joy in the aftermath of divorce.
Episode #80 – Shame’s got our number. But we know how to divide and conquer shame in Jesus’ name! As we celebrate the 1-year anniversary of the release of “Shame Off You”, listen in as Authors Denise Pass and Angela Donadio continue to discuss why the top ten reasons why shame matters and why we need to deal with it.
This month Denise invites you to bring your brokenness and lay it at Jesus’ feet. Listen in this week as she shares how to handle the initial moments of brokenness.
Episode #79 – Shame affects how we live this life, often in dramatic ways. So often people remain in their shame by trying to cover it, deny it or make excuses for it. We have to be willing to examine shame instead of being put off or condemned by it.
For the final podcast to celebrate Father’s Day, Denise continues her conversation with Pastor Mike Novotny, author of the new book “How to Heal.” Listen in as they discuss the way God Himself understands the wounds of abuse and how His healing power can overcome devastating hurt.