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Truth In Boots is a podcast created to encourage women with Biblical truth. Through the podcast, women learn that the Word of God has answers to their questions about God, answers to encourage them through hard trials and struggles, and answers for anyone who questions their faith. The truth of God's word is not fragile, impractical, and only used on special occasions like a pair of stiletto heels. God's word, like a pair of sturdy boots, is meant to be put to work daily and is designed to p ...
 
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In this week's Everyday Conversations Podcast, associate speaker Amy Beange talks with Dr. Murray Lytle on how worldview shapes the life of entire cultures, not just the lives in individuals. Economic development requires freedom - countries in which there is a great deal of freedom exhibit greater economic development than those with less freedom.…
 
Food. That word can either excite us or fill us with dread, depending on our perspective and relationship with it. Plus it seems like there are constantly changing standards for what’s healthy, what foods new you should try to work into your menu to be eating healthy, and what diets you should be following. On this episode, I’m chatting with my fri…
 
In this week's Everyday Conversations Podcast, host Shafer Parker interviews Regent College Professor Iain Provan. They discuss his new book, entitled: 'Seeking What Is Right: The Old Testament and the Good Life'. While not telling us what to do in these troubled times, this book goes a long way toward helping Christians know how to think about wha…
 
What does meditation look like? What does the Bible have to say about it? My guest Tiffany Deighton teaches us the scriptural method of meditation and shows us the vital importance of “marinating” in Scripture. This is part 2 of a two part episode because I just couldn’t bare to cut out anything she was teaching us! Go to truthinboots.com for a ful…
 
In this week's Everyday Conversations Podcast, FBB associate speaker Ian McKerracher interviews Pastor Mark Adams. Pastor Mark leads a church called Fusion Church, in the middle of one of the more difficult parts of the City of Edmonton. Recently, he spoke of an insight into the masking issue that is rarely considered in our tumultuous times; a res…
 
We all know we should do it, but not many of us actually memorize scripture. My guest Tiffany Deighton addresses some of our excuses and then gets really specific teaching us proven methods to memorize that she has taught to others. This is part 1 of a two part episode because I just couldn’t bare to cut out anything she was teaching us! Go to trut…
 
In this week's Everyday Conversations Podcast, FBB speaker Colette Aikema speaks with Dr. Hendrik Van Der Breggen, a recently retired associate professor from Providence University and author of the book, 'Untangling Pro-Choice Arguments: Critical Thinking about Abortion'. We consider the arguments used to support abortion, discuss the flaws in pro…
 
In 2020, I read the bestselling book “Atomic Habits” by James Clear, which is definitely on my top reads list for the year. As I read through the book, I was giddy with the discovery of how many Scriptural truths were behind his suggestions for creating good habits. Since I know January is the time of year we set New Year’s resolutions (and frequen…
 
In this week's Everyday Conversations Podcast, Associate speaker Amy Beange interviews fellow speaker Shafer Parker about his resignation from Faith beyond Belief in order to pursue other projects. Shafer talks about two books he plans to write, one on how the church in the west has deconstructed the faith in the last 200 years, and another on the …
 
In this week's Everyday Conversations Podcast, FBB speaker Colette Aikema and Executive Director Jojo Ruba, discuss the recent federal bill put forward to ban conversion therapy. They recall when they first learned of the local and national attempt to ban what is known as ‘conversion therapy’, that they were glad. It would give the church an opport…
 
In this week’s Everyday Conversations podcast, Amy Beange and Shafer Parker discuss the question, “ Did the Virgin Birth actually happen?”. Over the last century a growing number of critics have risen to question the Biblical text and to declare the concept more related to pagan legends than actual biblical truth. Listen as FBB speaker Amy Beange d…
 
Guests Jamie Charles and Andrea Crocker, sisters by birth and in Christ, chat about what God’s Word says about babies. Through scriptural examples, they demonstrate three truths about God’s intention for children that will highlight the reality that God uses the weak, even helpless infants, to quiet His enemies. Andrea and Jamie write their own blo…
 
In this week's Everyday Conversations podcast, Amy Beange speaks with Raymond Strom of Calgary Rock and Materials Services Inc., who shares from his decades of experience in the oil and gas industry studying rock formations. Raymond explains how science as it is currently practiced in his field, based on the assumption of long ages for the earth, r…
 
In this week's Everyday Conversations Podcast, Amy talks with Reverend Dr. Barry Danylak about singleness and the Christian worldview. In today's world sexual expression is considered nearly an absolute right and any restriction on sexual freedom is viewed as repressive. Barry talks about the goodness of the Christian sexual ethic which recognizes …
 
In this week's Everyday Conversations Podcast, FBB speaker Colette Aikema interviews Dr. Ted Fenske and also Pastor Rohan Crown on the restrictions that Covid has placed upon us and how Christians should choose to respond. The heated reaction to the podcast we did a few weeks ago shows how vital these discussions are. FBB takes no official stance o…
 
In this week's Everyday Conversations Podcast, Shafer Parker discusses the role of the Delta Hospice Society, serving the dying as a divine vocation for the last 10 years. Now the Health Minister of BC is determined to end their work and take ownership of their buildings, paid for by the community through free will offerings, simply because the soc…
 
In this week's Everyday Conversations Podcast, FBB speaker Shafer Parker speaks with Clinton Wilcox, a writer and editor with the Colorado-based Life Training Institute. They examine how at the end of his first term, no one expected Donald Trump to be hailed as the most pro-life president in American history. But he was. As well, they discuss the s…
 
"I wasn’t sure if I had meant it, wasn’t sure if I had enough faith, wasn’t sure if I could be sure." "If I have doubts, doesn’t that mean I don’t have enough faith?" These are the heartwrenching thoughts of fellow believers who have struggled with assurance of their salvation. Though I’ve never personally had that struggle, through their testimoni…
 
In this week's Everyday Conversations Podcast, Shafer Parker interviews Apologetics Canada president Andy Steiger, on his new book entitled Reclaimed: How Jesus Restores our Humanity in a Dehumanized World. They discuss how a lot of new ideas about the nature of man have permeated the popular mind, and the subsequent negative impact those ideas hav…
 
What do video gaming and apologetics have to do with each other? More than you might think at first. From how games are designed, to the nature of coding, our humanity and dignity are implicated. Today, Andy invited a rather unusual guest, a video game developer, to discuss how video gaming intersects with the Christian worldview and the place of h…
 
In this week's Everyday Conversations Podcast, Jojo Ruba interviews Jon Noyes, the newest speaker from Stand to Reason. As a former atheist, and legal staff who is now a pastor and full-time Christian apologist, he shares why the political divisions in the US are really about competing worldviews. Speaking from his own personal experience, he gives…
 
With the American presidential election merely days away, partisanship is flaring up as might be expected. We are used to seeing such political allegiances in many places, but we might not rightly expect it from science journals. What happens when science shakes hands with political power? Andy and Steve are back on today's edition of AC Podcast to…
 
When a well-known and beloved Christian minister and evangelist faces allegations of sexual misconduct, what are we to make of it? Allegations have been made by several women working at the spa co-owned by the late Ravi Zacharias. The organization that bears his name, Ravi Zacharias International Ministries, opened an investigation. Many listeners …
 
Here you are. You’ve done yet again exactly what you said you wouldn’t do and now you feel helpless and hopeless, but the truth of Scripture reveals that God does not share that same view of you. I’ve had to deal over and over again with falling into a sin habit that I never wanted to go back, so I hope the truths in this episode will encourage you…
 
In this week's Everyday Conversations Podcast, Prof. Tim Muehloff of BIOLA University, and a recent Be Ready speaker, shares about how we can have Winsome Conviction in our everyday conversations. He talks about how his time with Campus Crusade for Christ and as a communications professor, has helped him see the need for Christians to thoughtfully …
 
Social media. That phrase probably brings up lots of phrases and images in your mind, from cat videos to political slogans and more. Are you in charge of your social media uses? One documentary says an emphatic "No." By popular demand, Andy and Steve came together on today's edition of AC Podcast to discuss the Netflix documentary, The Social Dilem…
 
Bible study can be intimidating if you haven’t made a practice of it before. It can bring thoughts of guilt because you know you should be doing it. Or maybe you feel like you’ve just hit a brick wall and don’t really “get anything out of it.” And then there is meditation - which is kind of an ethereal concept- and memorization - which you never th…
 
How comfortable are you with talking about sex? There is a podcast where two women talk about sex so openly that, despite its popularity, it's bound to make some people uncomfortable. For Andy and his guest, Alisha Stobbe, what's truly disturbing is not the open talk about sex but their view on sexuality. What is the cultural narrative that we have…
 
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