Blending Your StepFamily: Investing In Relational Capital

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[display_podcast] From Pam Rohr, author of Blended but not Broken - Hope and Encouragement for Blended Families: As stepparents, sometimes we can perceive more clearly some areas in our stepkids lives that need to change.  Perhaps you are noticing a pattern of lying, or sneakiness or the kids not following through on what they have promised.  Maybe they are manipulative and your spouse just doesn’t see it.  What do you do? First, I would recommend talking to your spouse about it and if you are … [Read more...]

The Problem of Evil: Obstacles to Faith with Mark Mittelberg Part 5

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To purchase the entire DVD set of the Summit Lecture Series, visit summit.org. God did not create evil.  Some people say, “Wait a minute.  Satan was already in the garden tempting Adam and Eve.  Satan is evil.  So God must have created evil before He created man.” But, God created the angels good.  And, if you study the theology of angels and their fall, one third of the angels made the same wrong decision that man did - to rebel against God and go their own way - and that’s how Satan came to b … [Read more...]

Ouxano: The Cross is the Center of the Entire Bible

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[display_podcast] One of the first things we run into as we begin reading the New Testament is Jesus’ teachings.  In fact, just five chapters into the first of the four Gospels, the Gospel according to Matthew, Jesus begins what is widely known as the greatest sermon ever taught: The Sermon on the Mount.  (Matthew 5-7). Now, it’s often said that Jesus was a great teacher… but not more than a great teacher.  Every time I hear this, it makes me literally laugh out loud.  When I was in the eighth … [Read more...]

Jesus in HD 104: Amazing Love, How Can It Be?

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[display_podcast] From Dewey Bertolini, Pastor of The Safe Haven in McMinnville, OR: Well, I’ve got good news for you. Great news, at least as far as Jesus and His disciples were concerned. Just in case you were worried about this. As you will hear in this PODCAST, Jesus finally got a break in the action. Finally, mercifully, after His enormously long and draining and tiring day -- in which He taught a series of seven parables, sailed to the other side of the sea, stilled a raging storm, s … [Read more...]

Christian Home & Family: Bad Habits Start Early, But So Do Good Ones

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From Carey Green, author, blogger, speaker, coach and pastor: YOU CAN TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE POWER OF GOOD HABITS TO SET YOUR CHILDREN ON A PATH TOWARD GODLINESS When I was a kid, I had a terrible habit. I bit my fingernails. It doesn’t sound like such a bad habit, but it wasn’t just the nails themselves, I bit the skin surrounding my fingernails. I even nibbled the skin on the tips of my fingers. My fingers looked like trees after a beaver had gotten a hold of them, little tooth marks everyw … [Read more...]

Reflections of Grace 74: Life Purpose Coaching, part 10 – Shame Wounds

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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: I start this podcast with an embarrassing story about myself. The story is not printed here. You have to listen! Shame is an emotion in which the self is perceived as defective, unacceptable, or fundamentally damaged. Shame is often confused with guilt, which is a related but distinct emotion in which a specific behavior is viewed as unacceptable or wrong, rather t … [Read more...]


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