Erin Olson

THE DEPOT PODCAST: Why is it So Hard to be a Christian Today?

Lessons from 2 Timothy 3 – In this episode, Erin Olson discusses why it is so hard to be a Christian today during times when people are seeking pleasure more than they are seeking God. Erin continues in her teaching series of 2 Timothy and discusses Paul’s charge to Timothy in chapter 3.

THE DEPOT PODCAST: Keep Praying

We should never allow the enemy to dissuade us from praying or lull us into the sense that prayer does not make a difference. Prayer can change things.

THE DEPOT PODCAST: How Do You Define Evil?

In today’s episode, Erin discusses the tragic events which took place in Uvalde, Texas this past week. She discusses where evil came from and how Christians can navigate reaching those who are hurting, sad, angry, and need help.

THE DEPOT PODCAST: Keep Living

A warning for people: only listen to prophecies that line up with God’s Word. Don’t fall for prophetic words confirming sin and unrighteous living.

THE DEPOT PODCAST: Don’t Be Dysfunctional! Caring for Others Affects the Church Overall

Lessons from 1 Timothy 5 – In today’s podcast, Erin Olson discusses how Paul describes how the Church family should treat one another. If the Church continues to look like an example of a dysfunctional family, the Church will lose its effectiveness in not only caring for those within the Church but also losing its effectiveness in reaching the unsaved.

THE DEPOT PODCAST: What Happens When You Change Love to Give?

Often times changing the word in a directive doesn’t change the meaning; it simply provides clarity to the task. The two greatest commands Jesus said are to Love God; love others. What exactly is love and how can we turn it into action? Today’s episode gets to the heart of God’s love.

THE DEPOT PODCAST: Five Ways to Grow in Your Faith in 2022

In today’s episode, Erin discusses the word the Lord has given her for 2022, “Growth.” As Christians, we should continually be growing and maturing in the Lord. We shouldn’t strive to increase the size of our faith, but to grow in our faith by being deeply rooted in Christ and His Word.