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Thanks for checking out our podcast! This is where you can find weekly messages from Living Word Church in Hauppauge, New York. Our mission is to help people center their lives around Jesus. We meet every Sunday at 9:30AM, 11:30AM and 7PM. Please check out our website for more info. www.livingwordli.org
 
The Guardian Books podcast is our weekly look at the world of books, poetry and great writing presented by Claire Armitstead, Richard Lea, & Sian Cain. With in-depth interviews with leading authors and investigations into the thematic trends in contemporary writing, this is the perfect book worm’s companion
 
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On this week’s show, we talk to AK Benjamin and Anthony Good about two very different takes on therapy, plus the most exciting books due in the next year. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/bookspod
 
Why is it so easy to tell ourselves how worthless we feel? How is it that the voice of a coach, parent, spouse, or friend that put us down years ago still beats us up so much today? Why do our shortcomings make us feel so bad about ourselves? In Part 3 of our series, Andrew, helps us learn how to change the inner narrative!…
 
The music journalist and writer takes Claire for a wander through Epping Forest as they discuss his book Out of the Woods. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/bookspod
 
Catastrophizing is defined as: imagining the worst possible outcome of an action or event : to think about a situation or event as being a catastrophe or having a potentially catastrophic outcome.It's easy to do this isn't it? Fear, stress, anxiety and worry seem to control our inner conversation more than we might want to admit.In Part 2 of, T ...…
 
Historians Hallie Rubenhold and Lindsey Fitzharris discuss their books The Five and The Butchering Art. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/bookspod
 
Did you know you have an inner narrative? It's often made up of all those terrible conversations we have with ourselves. The conversations about how hurt, fearful, angry, worthless or stressed we are? In part one of, The Inner Narrative, Doug shares some Scriptures that will help us learn how to change our inner narrative.…
 
The scientist talks about his latest book Origins: How the Earth Made Us. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/bookspod
 
What big decisions are you working through right now? Join us for this one part message as Doug shares how God helps us face the unknowns in our lives.ALSO! We have some big news to share about what’s next for Living Word!
 
The two authors discuss their stories about modern love and sex, and we reflect on the legacy of novelist Andrea Levy
 
We all know what it's like to battle guilt and shame. What do we do when it feels like our mistakes are all we can think about?In this one part message, Pastor Pavone provides some great wisdom as He points us to the freedom God offers us.
 
An idol can be anything we love more than God. It might be money, possessions, ourselves or even another person. Could it be that we have an idolatry problem? What does the Bible say about trying to serve both God and idols?Check out this one part message from one of our interns, Joe Levanti, to see how the Bible addresses idolatry.…
 
On this week’s show, thriller fan Alison talks to Alice Clark-Platts about her terrifying novel The Flower Girls – and we share the books we found too unsettling to finish
 
What does it look like to have a relationship with God in our ever changing culture? How do we live for God in a world where it’s more and more difficult to live for Him. How do we make a difference in a world that doesn’t want much to do with Him.Doug tackles these questions in, Vision Part 5.
 
Jason Reynolds talks about tackling difficult subjects for children, and we discuss the ‘new’ work on the way from the Catcher in the Rye author
 
Don't be offended by this statement - your story is too small to live for! We all try to push our own story don't we? We all want to make our mark, blaze our trail, do what feels good and live for ourselves!What if your story is too small to live for? In Part 4 of, Vision, Doug talks about what it looks like to play your part in God's much bigg ...…
 
When McBee stepped into the boxing ring at Madison Square Gardens to fight, he made history as the first trans man to do so – a journey he documents in his book, Amateur
 
As we go through life we all get hurt. How will we respond? Will we wear our pain the rest of our lives? Will we let that pain turn into anger, unforgiveness and hate? In Part 3 of, Vision, Doug helps us understand why we should choose kindness, love and forgiveness. Seem impossible? Doug also talks about how to do it!…
 
We head back to 16th-century Constantinople with Énard, explore the troubled legacy of the second world war with Van Es and look ahead to the Costa book of the year
 
In Vision Part 2, Doug talks about how God designed you to live for something bigger than yourself.
 
On this week’s show, we speak to Sullivan about her winning Three Poems, and US author Kevin Powers about his novel A Shout in the Ruins
 
Doug kicks off our new series talking about something we all struggle with and all need to grow in!
 
On this week’s show, we take a look ahead at the books coming out this year, and speak to Josh Cohen about why we should all slack off a little at work
 
In this one part message, Pastor Pavone talks about our amazing Savior, Jesus!
 
Sometimes all we can think about is where we want to be down the road. We figure that when we finally arrive at the destination - a relationship, a certain college, marriage, a better job, a certain dollar amount - we'll finally be happy.In this one part message, Anthony helps us realize that it's not about the destination, but something so muc ...…
 
Forty years after he first discovered it, Sebastian Barry explains why he loves James Joyce’s short story Eveline, then reads it for you, as part of our seasonal series of short stories selected by leading novelists
 
Zadie Smith shares why she loves this almost ‘anti-Italian’ story from Giuseppe Pontiggia, then reads the story, as part of our seasonal series of short stories selected by leading novelists
 
One of the awesome things about a relationship with Jesus is that there is always a next step to take to get closer to Him. Whether you're young, old, new to this, or have been a Christian for a long time, there is always a next step!In this one part message, Doug helps us understand what our next step might be and encourages us to take it!…
 
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie shares why she admires the ‘old-fashioned social realism’ of the Ghanaian writer’s No Sweetness Here, then reads the story, as part of our seasonal series of short stories selected by leading novelists
 
Neil Gaiman introduces Rudyard Kipling’s The Gardener, a melancholy tale from 1925, as part of our seasonal series of short stories selected by leading novelists. Afterwards, the story is read by actor Marion Bailey
 
You’ll never sleep in a twin bedroom again after hearing this classic Edwardian ghost story, selected by Penelope Lively and read by Simon Callow as part of our seasonal series of short stories selected by leading novelists
 
We all know what it's like to wait. Some of us are waiting for some very specific things right now - a relationship, provision, direction, healing.What we sometimes forget is that all of humanity was waiting - waiting for Christmas! We pray this message will help you discover, or re-discover, what a big deal it is that Jesus came for us.…
 
From La Belle Sauvage to Lincoln in the Bardo, Claire and Sian review the most creative and compelling listening experiences and debate whether audiobooks are ‘cheating’
 
This time of the year is supposed to be full of wonder isn't it? Why does it seem like sadness, stress, busyness, and hardship so often win the day?In Part 1 of our Christmas series, Doug talks about why things like joy, surrender, praise and awe can win this Christmas season instead!
 
On this week’s show, we reveal the books we loved most in 2018 and discuss the future of prose poetry with poets Rankine, Jeremy Noel-Tod and Emily Berry
 
In Part 2 of, One Big Happy Family, Doug and Kelly continue the conversation about singleness, dating, marriage and parenting.
 
This week, it’s Claire’s birthday so she’s meeting with two of her favourite authors: crime author Paretsky and Call Me By Your Name writer Aciman
 
In Part 1 of, One Big Happy Family, Doug and Kelly answer questions about singleness, dating, marriage and parenting.
 
New Yorker cartoonist Krimstein discusses his pictorial life of Hannah Arendt and we head to the British Library with MacCulloch to learn about Thomas Cromwell
 
We all have different battles in our lives. In this one-part message, our worship pastor Andrew Muller talks about one of life's biggest battles.
 
We talk to The Essex Serpent author Perry about the spine-tingling Melmoth and take Beowulf into the 21st century with Headley’s The Mere Wife
 
Sometimes as we try to pursue Jesus it feels like we meet some resistance. Maybe the journey wears us down. Perhaps some disappointments weigh on us. Sometimes the barriers that seem to stand in our way make us feel like giving up.In this one part message, Doug points us to a powerful story in the Bible that motivates us to keep on going! Don't ...…
 
On this week’s show, Robertson talks about his narrative poem The Long Take and McMillan explores adolescent rites of passage in Playtime
 
It’s easy to forget what a huge deal it is that we can talk with God whenever we want. When we’re sad we can ask Him for joy. When we’re tempted we can ask Him for strength. It wasn’t always like this!!!??When sin entered the world, mankind was separated from God’s presence. We no longer had the access we once had. In fact for centuries, the on ...…
 
Behavioural geneticist Plomin picks apart the idea of nature versus nurture in Blueprint, and novelist Ivy Pochoda explains her latest novel, Wonder Valley
 
Sometimes we can see a storm forming over the ocean of our life. It's out there in the distance, but we're fearing the worst. Other times the storm isn't far away at all, it's crashing down over the side of our boat. And then there are the times in life when we are straight up swamped. The stress that comes during these times is very real and v ...…
 
As the midterm elections loom, we welcome a poet whose verse is carved from this divided moment and search for the deep roots of political writing
 
Have you ever noticed that stress feeds on uncertainty? Every one of us has a good bit of uncertainty in our life - How do I fit in? Is this the person for me? What school should I go to? Am I doing what I should be with my life? Are my kids on the right track? Are my grandkids going to be ok? Will the finances be enough? Will my loved one get ...…
 
We travel to a faraway land, where brave writers fight deadly stereotypes and discover inspiring new ways to tell old stories
 
Check out this one part message from our Youth Pastor, Joey Leuci
 
Milkman delivers the 2018 Man Booker prize, while we listen in as a poet discusses the lyric art with her editor
 
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