Empowered to Love: Episode 18


You love each other a lot. So, why do you sometimes find yourselves at odds? And why do you react the way you do, even though you don’t want to? This episode will help you map what goes wrong and learn how the humility of Christ can empower you to love each other. A laugh and learn opportunity for couples in first marriages and blended families.

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Ron L. Deal

Ron is the director of FamilyLife Blended. He is a licensed marriage and family therapist and has extensive experience training pastors, ministry leaders and counselors. Ron is considered a leading voice in stepfamily education, ministry to blended families and preventing re-divorce. His one-minute radio feature, FamilyLife Blended, can be heard daily on stations around the world.


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Revelation and the End of the World: Episode 17


In this episode, Paul Spilsbury teaches on how to understand God's purposes for the world laid out in the Book of Revelation.

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Paul Spilsbury

Paul is the author of The Throne, the Lamb, and the Dragon: a Reader’s Guide to the Book of Revelation and holds a PhD from the University of Cambridge. Paul has been teaching and writing on the New Testament and the world of the early Christians for many years. He currently serves as Academic Dean and Professor of New Testament at Regent College.


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Curiosity as a Spiritual Practice: Episode 16


What if asking the challenging and difficult questions of our life with God is actually a healthy spiritual practice? What if Jesus is interested in increasing our curiosity, not resolving it? Dr. Casey Tygrett will lead us through both ideas and practices to help us rediscover curiosity as a healthy and fruitful spiritual practice.


Dr. Casey Tygrett

Dr. Casey Tygrett is a writer, pastor, and spiritual director. He is the author of Becoming Curious: A Spiritual Practice of Asking Questions and an e-book, The Jesus Rhythm: Finding a Life of Advance and Retreat. Casey and his family live in Chicago, Illinois.


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Redemptive Suffering: Episode 15


How do we talk about suffering in the church? Is all suffering redemptive? Why does God allow us to suffer? What does it really mean to suffer as Christ suffered? In this episode, Fr. Sean Kilcawley unpacks these questions and shows how to move beyond the platitudes and discover the gift of fortitude.

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Fr. Sean Kilcawley

Fr. Sean Kilcawley is an internationally recognized speaker on the Theology of the Body, Human Love and pornography addiction. He has a License in Sacred Theology from the John Paul II Institute for Marriage and Family in Rome and serves as the director of religious education for the Diocese of Lincoln, NE.


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