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Ep. 232 Vaneetha Risner: The Scars That Have Shaped Me

Ep. 232 Vaneetha Risner_ The Scars That Have Shaped Me

Shows Main Idea – Vaneetha Risner, author of, The Scars That Have Shaped Me, details the suffering in her life, and how the Lord has sustained her through it all. The doctors misdiagnosed her with polio as an infant, which led to 21 surgeries before… Continue Reading …

Reflective Study On Victimhood and the Need for Hope

Reflective Study On Victimhood and the Need for Hope

Living in hope while resisting the temptation of victimhood can be the hurt person’s most significant struggle. Hope is vital when bad things happen to any of us. Too often, legitimate victims place their hope on the wrong things, even if it’s anger or revenge.… Continue Reading …

Learning How to Trust the Author of Your Story

Learning How to Trust the Author of Your Story

If you were living in a larger story, what difference would that make? How would the knowledge of living in a bigger story shape and influence your life? Are you shaped and controlled by the self-awareness that you are a bit player in a grander… Continue Reading …

I’ll Do My Own Thing Since God Does Not Have My Back

If God is good, why is evil in the world? How can these two things—good and suffering—exist at the same time, especially if there is a loving and omnipotent God? A glance around the Internet says evil is in our world that is increasing and the… Continue Reading …

Experiencing Extraordinary Favor During Disappointment

God provides ordinary disappointments for us to live out our faith while taking those everyday moments to do extraordinary things. Do you believe the Lord can make your regular life and typical troubles, and do extraordinary things? Listen to the podcast Our podcasts are on… Continue Reading …

Sovereignty and Human Responsibility

From Mark Webb After giving a brief survey of these doctrines of sovereign grace, I asked for questions from the class. One lady, in particular, was quite troubled. She said, This is the most awful thing I’ve ever heard! You make it sound as if… Continue Reading …

“I Am Mad at God. There, I Said It.”

God is calling you to trust Him. There is a plan, and you are part of that plan. It is so easy to want to be the author of the narrative rather than trust the Author of your story. Will you trust the Author, especially… Continue Reading …

Bringing God Down to My Level So I Can Argue With Him

When the circumstances are the most adverse, the temptation will be the strongest to bring God down to your level so you can argue with Him. “Letting” God be God is one of our greatest fears. Listen to the podcast Our podcasts are on iTunes,… Continue Reading …

The One Thing You Need to Step Down From Your Throne

A throne addiction is when a person refuses to allow God to be King of their life. The “addict to this throne” has fully bought into the first lie of Satan–you can be a god. (Genesis 3:5). Listen to the podcast Our podcasts are on… Continue Reading …

Case Study: The Fearful Parent

Biff is a Certified Nutritionist by day and a fearful parent by night. He discovered his children have a disease that suppresses their immune system. Though his kids do not have any of the symptoms, Biff knows it’s incurable and possibly deadly. Listen to the… Continue Reading …