Reflections of Grace 85: Overcoming Relational Wounds


[display_podcast] Today I want to talk about unhealed relationship wounds...I had a client I will call Georgia ...she had finally reached the end of her rope when she came in for coaching.  She was on her 3rd husband and could not understand why he was so much like the former 2 husbands who were rageful, controlling and vengeful.  She longed for a peaceful marriage but her feeble attempts to ‘fix’ these men had made her feel like such a failure and her husband helped her along with that by sayin … [Read more...]

Real Stuff My Dad Says 77: “Can We All Get Along?”


[display_podcast] I have two podcasts / blogs that each come from my perspective of a Christian parent of four boys and are aimed toward other Christ-following, Bible-believing people who have a spare ten minutes in their day to hear what I (and often my dad) have to say. But lately, judging by many of the comments that I have received, it appears that my audience has expanded to people whom I hadn’t originally intended. It seems like a lot of people who abhor the term “Evangelical”, people who … [Read more...]

Summit Lecture Series: Can We Be Moral Without God? with Frank Beckwith, part 7

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To purchase the entire DVD set of the Summit Lecture Series, visit Rules are a product of intelligence. That is, they need a Mind behind them.So what sort of intelligence could this be?It must be the sort of being Who could be the ground for natural moral law. That’s basically “fancy philosopher talk” for: If I believe that it is wrong to take people’s property from them without their permission, and you agree, to whom do I owe the duty not to steal? The answer is eac … [Read more...]

Ouxano: Christian Apologetics, Part 1 – Biblical Reliability

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[display_podcast] From Pastor Matt Tague, author of Read the Word: The Bible was written for you: In this week’s podcast, we begin a series where we will look into the basics of Christian Apologetics. Now Apologetics isn’t saying, “I’m sorry” for Christianity, it is actually the defense, or rational explanation of the Christian faith. First off, ask the question, “Why is the Bible different from other books?”  There are a lot of people in the world who contend that the Bible is just a collect … [Read more...]

Jesus in HD 113: Stand Your Ground (What to Do, and What Not to Do)

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[display_podcast] Welcome to one of the most practical and profitable passages in all of the Gospels. As you will hear in this PODCAST, Jesus’ words hit us right where we live. I mean, this goes right to the heart of who we are as Christ-followers, how we interact with our world, and how the world consequently perceives us. Given the positive responses of so many of the people at Safe Haven where this message was taught, I know that you will find this most helpful in your own Christian li … [Read more...]

Christian Home & Family: Purposeful Parenting

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From Carey Green, author, blogger, speaker, coach and pastor:Parenting is not easy. It takes a lot of hard work if you’re going to do it in an effective, God-honoring way.“Purposeful Parenting” is a way of viewing your relationship in a proactive way rather than floating through your parenting role, dealing with things as they come up. You need to be keenly aware of what is really going on, on the inside of your child’s heart, thoughts and attitudes.The Bible lays out patterns for us … [Read more...]