Part 1: What is the Progressive Church?

August 29, 2022
Progressive Christianity

This is first of two podcasts on the Progressive Church.

As moms, we want our children to understand Scripture in such a way that they can apply it to their lives. We do not want the Gospel watered down or distorted. The Bible says the church is the pillar and support of the truth, therefore the church we attend matters. However, these days we hear about the progressive church. What is that?

My guest this week was Lucas Miles, and he explained how certain parts of Christianity became progressive. He is an author, pastor, and media personality and works on the board for Spark Media. He wrote The Christian Left.

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Overcoming the Lies that Bind You

August 25, 2022
Overcome lies

Do you ever feel tormented by your thoughts? I have. Years ago, I went on a date during Halloween. We were outdoors, and the weather was damp. My curly hair went nuts, and I was so embarrassed when I got a glimpse of myself in the mirror. I had swallowed the lie that I had to be perfect all the time. I found out later that some people like my hair when it frizzes.

My guest this week was author Sheryl Turner. She was teased harshly as a child, plus she allowed her past sins to haunt her. However, she found freedom and offers that to others. How wonderful that believers can heal rather than suffer all the time.

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Learn about rewriting your emotional script here


How to Overcome an Identity Crisis

August 18, 2022
Identity Crisis

Today people look inside their heart to define who they are. Sometimes people even re-define themselves and remake their image. I remember conflicting feelings in my early teens. I didn’t know who I was and what I was supposed to do on this earth. That’s truly an identity crisis.

My guest this week, Liz Thompson faced a crisis that shocked her. She discovered the parents that raised her did not give birth to her. Can you imagine that identity crisis? Liz told her story and explained how she resolved the conflict.

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Prayer for the 2022 School Year

August 11, 2022
Prayer for School Year

Our children’s education impacts the future. We want them to learn to enjoy learning and fall in love with Jesus. Cynthia offered a prayer for teachers and moms who teach.

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Back to School Part 2: How Homeschool Saved a Life

August 4, 2022

When I was young, government schools supported our values, and I attended them until high school. However, today people see government schools failing to teach or instructing dangerous material. Plus, some students get lost in the shuffle. As a result, more parents choose homeschool today.

My guest this week was Author Terri Gillespie. Her daughter fell behind in several academics and got involved with a gang member. Terri pulled her daughter out and saved her life by homeschooling.

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Welcoming August 2022 With Fervent Prayer

August 1, 2022

“Dear Father, how we praise you for the beauty and intricacy of your creation. You put in place exquisite fine-tuning to make the Earth sustain life, and we stand in awe of your wisdom. As our children and grandchildren return to school, we lift them up to you for protection and care. May we model the grace and mercy of our Savior as we guide them. Grant us the humility to seek You for everything we need. In the Name of Jesus, we pray, Amen.”

May the below Others-Centered August Calendar Challenge be an encouragement to you and those around you. My team and I pray these prompts get you one step closer toward our God, the Ultimate Father, who controls ALL things, including justice, peace, and the nations.

To download, the August 2022 Others Centered Calendar Challenge, click here.


Back to School: Praying for Your Child

July 28, 2022

The next three weeks, we’ll have back to school topics as homeschool moms resume their job. What a tough job! Training your children requires you to understand each child’s strengths and understand their temperament. Raising five children, which included one disabled, I learned to lean heavily on the Lord and prayed a lot. Prayer sounds simple, but it’s not easy to do.

Robyn Dykstra was my guest this week. She did not grow up in a praying home. Robyn shared how she learned to pray and teach her children to pray.

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