Episode #38 – The heart/shame triad is comprised of types 2, 3, and 4 but that shame and how they interact in relationships look very different in each. In this episode, we dive into the differences but also how the difference will set the framework for their spiritual practice of solitude.
Episode #34 – Our triad influences the way we see and perceive the world while also granting us a unique way to see and understand more of the character of God. Today’s episode will be an overview of each triad and set the framework for the next several episodes.
Episode #34 – If you’re like most parents, you have developed your own parenting strategy. Dr. Scott Turansky joins us today to talk about how to reach your child’s heart to teach, train, and build a tremendous relationship.
This conclusion of the Best of Season 1 3-Part Series features excerpts from conversations with Amy Carroll, Alisha Illian, and Sue Duffield. These impacting moments will help you balance a tender heart and a strong voice, ground your identity in Christ, and embrace the healing power of humor.
It’s very difficult to protect ourselves from all manner of attack, whether it’s physical, emotional, verbal, spiritual, or otherwise.
Here are some considerations for guarding our hearts to protect our lives and the lives of others.
Episode #29 – Ed Miller and the National Center for Biblical Parenting are on a mission to help parents understand how to implement a heart-based approach to parenting. Listen to our interview with Ed as he shares some of the practical tools they use to help parents train their children in the ways of the Lord!
If 2020 has taught us anything, it is, we need to be prepared for anything! Yes, anything.
Episode #24 – Ken Abraham has written 95+ books for amazing people from Buzz Aldrin to Bill Gaither, Jim Baker to Joel Osteen, John Ashcroft to Joe Gibbs and so many more. Hear how God redeems and doesn’t let any experience go to waste.
My Covenant Love is beckoning to you. Will you answer My call?
Will you give Me your life? Will you say it’s Mine?
Episode #16 – Wendy Pope is the author of Wait and See. She shares biblical wisdom on how to prepare for the future even as you participate in God’s work in the present. Drawing on the story of David, Wendy helps you exchange weariness and discouragement for hope and action.
Episode 8 – What do you think when you hear the word “Theology?” Is it something to be avoided? Divisive? Over-complicated? The reality is good theology is simply having a good understanding of scripture, which goes deeper than just a “head-knowledge” about God. It must go to the heart level and have practical effects in our lives.
Day 248 of Bible Reading Plan – It’s not enough to just do what is good. Our heart matters. Likewise, it is not enough to just have good intentions. We have to do something about it. Benjamin Franklin is purported to have said, “Well done is better than well said.” But still being a do-gooder is not something we can truly do apart from knowing Jesus.
In this power-packed episode, we discuss where revival starts, how to keep the flame ignited in our own heart, and how to reignite our testimonies. We also talk about the power of testimonies and the redemptive nature of God. You do not want to miss this episode.
What do we do when we’ve lost our luster, become disenchanted or disheartened, when we can’t remember what we’re fighting for in this life?
In faithfulness, she takes hold of Him, who takes away her shame.
So that she can stand in His righteousness, she takes on His name.
Dear friends, racism and prejudices have been around since Cain killed Abel. It’s brother against brother. Neighbor against neighbor.
Do you hear His quiet voice bidding you to come into His presence and to just enjoy the wonder of the song of His magnificent heart?
He took notice of their hearts and saw value in them when they didn’t seem all that valuable in the eyes of society or in the eyes of the religious elite.