Radical Faith For Generations: How to Stop Sinning. Really.

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From Carey Green, author, blogger, speaker, coach and pastor:Yes, really. I know we’d all like to know how to stop sinning, and the truth is that the Bible gives us plain, simple instructions for how to do it.But even though it’s simple, it’s not easy.Every believer in Christ has the opportunity to apply what John says and stop sinning: This is the message we have heard from Him and proclaim to you, that God is light, and in Him is no darkness at all. If we say we have fellowship wit … [Read more...]

Reflections of Grace 56: Life Lessons with Jesus-2 – Handling Betrayal

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[display_podcast] From Certified Life Coach Dixie Diamanti, Author of Climbing Out of the Box and Fifty Ways to Meet Your Lover: Being falsely accused of something that you know is simply not true is so hard to endure, isn’t it?  We want to convince our accusers we are not the people they are saying we are.  We want to defend ourselves.  We want to be validated by those that love us to offset the ugly words thrown at us.“But in that coming day no weapon turned against you will succeed. You … [Read more...]

Real Stuff My Dad Says 61: The Groovy Old Days Weren’t So Groovy

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[display_podcast] As we get older, we tend to reminisce about the days of our youth, often to a fault. And, according to my boss, Joel Fieri, the Baby Boomers, in particular, are too often too guilty of over-romanticizing the Groovy Old Days of the 60’s and early 70’s. As Billy Joel sang, “The good old days weren’t always so good and tomorrow ain’t as bad as it seems”. Now, in my childhood and teenage years, I remember hearing all about how wonderful those hippy days were – revolutionary times … [Read more...]

Blending Your StepFamily: Healthy Communication, Part 2

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[display_podcast] From Pam Rohr, author of Blended but not Broken - Hope and Encouragement for Blended Families: Picking up where we left off last week, healthy communication is a part of a strong foundation for a family.  If the foundation decays, the family inevitably falls apart – and the parents must lead the way toward effective, healthy communication. Assertive communication clearly states what you desire and need with respect, clarity and boundaries. And, it supports the other person to … [Read more...]

E3 Partners Expedition Podcast 14: Overcoming Fear in India & Seeing God’s Plans in Ethiopia

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[display_podcast] We start this week’s podcast by hearing from Tina who took a giant leap of faith in signing up to go to India, and the Lord really showed up!Several months before our trip, I went home from church after hearing the announcement about it and wrote down a list of a bunch of reasons why I shouldn’t go: I didn’t have enough money, I didn’t have someone to take care of my two kids, It’s too far away, etc., etc. I figured that I’d pray about it for a while (and perhaps hoping tha … [Read more...]

Confessions of a Closet Christian: Why Do We Focus On First World Problems?

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[display_podcast] From Jana Elizabeth Doughty:I just ate a macaroon that I thought had vanilla filling, but it was lemon. #firstworldproblems Hand wash only.  #firstworldproblems My customized MacBook Pro hasn’t shipped yet.  #firstworldproblemsThis hashtag is hilarious.  It’s witty.  It’s clever.  It’s true.  These are silly things.  Miniscule surface things that in the grand scheme don’t matter.  But they matter to us.  They’re problems.  Big or small.  And they accumulate quickly. … [Read more...]


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