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Daily Grace exists to encourage and equip women to seek God in His Word. Our goal is for women to know that deep Bible study, sound doctrine, and rich theology are not just for the seminary student or pastor, but are accessible and transformational for all believers. We want to invite women to join us in our conversation about our great God, and be encouraged to seek a deeper knowledge of God that leads them to live their lives for God glory as they grow in love and awe in response to who He ...
 
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We all experience suffering in this life. Our world is fractured with sin and we encounter its effects regularly. Yet in the midst of suffering, we can find hope in the gospel. We can rejoice that we do not face the pain of this world alone and one day, the Lord will return and make all things new with no more grief and no more pain. In this episod…
 
Many of us feel too busy to spend time with God. Justin shares how he experienced a mental and emotional breakdown years ago due to the pace and demands of his life as a husband, father, and corporate lawyer. He struggled to recover from the breakdown until he began to incorporate spiritual disciplines as a routine part of his daily life. Justin sh…
 
Welcome to our 5-episode mini series called Quiet Time Tips. This is the fifth and final episode in this series where we’ll talk about how to apply Scripture. Want to get the free “How to Study the Bible” PDF mentioned in this episode? Sign up for Daily Grace Podcast Newsletter and you’ll have access to this and many other free resources related to…
 
We hear the word blessing frequently. We hear people refer to health, prosperity, and exciting opportunities as blessings. God certainly is the giver of all good gifts. But, if blessings are only material gifts to us, then we may feel confused when we walk through sickness, lack, and strife. We need a biblical definition of blessing. The Bible, fro…
 
Welcome to our 5-episode mini series called Quiet Time Tips. This is the fourth episode in this series where we’ll talk about how to interpret Scripture well. Want to get the free “How to Study the Bible” PDF mentioned in this episode? Sign up for Daily Grace Podcast Newsletter and you’ll have access to this and many other free resources related to…
 
Is there anything more elusive than rest? Whether we’re too busy to rest, have too many undone tasks to rest, or we feel too guilty for taking time to rest—rest doesn’t come easy. Come chat with us today as we talk about a biblical theology of rest. We’ll talk about how the Bible addresses both physical and spiritual rest by tracing the theme of re…
 
Welcome to our 5-episode mini series called Quiet Time Tips. This is the third episode in this series where we’ll talk about how to read Scripture well. Want to get the free “How to Study the Bible” PDF mentioned in this episode? Sign up for Daily Grace Podcast Newsletter and you’ll have access to this and many other free resources related to the p…
 
Come chat with Shelby and Jen Oshman and they discuss five empty promises of our culture: beauty and body image, abortion, gender fluidity, sexual encounters, and marriage and motherhood. Jen opens up about how she’s seen these empty promises cause pain to women countless times over her two decades of disciplining young women. She also shares how w…
 
Welcome to our 5-episode mini series called Quiet Time Tips. This is the second episode on this series where we’ll talk about the key components of a quiet time. Want to get the free “How to Study the Bible” PDF mentioned in this episode? Sign up for Daily Grace Podcast Newsletter and you’ll have access to this and many other free resources related…
 
Maybe you feel far from God, but you’re not sure why. Maybe you are taking steps towards a relationship with God for the first time or steps back towards a relationship with God after a long time away. No matter what your season, we all feel far from God at times. Come chat with us as we talk through the story of the prodigal son and the truths we …
 
Welcome to our 5-episode mini series called Quiet Time Tips. This is the first episode on this series where we’ll talk about practical tips that will help you commit to consistently spending time in God’s Word. Want to get the free “How to Study the Bible” PDF mentioned in this episode? Sign up for Daily Grace Podcast Newsletter and you’ll have acc…
 
Have you ever opened up the Bible and began reading only to end up feeling confused? We get it! The Bible is a huge book that was written a long time ago by people in a culture much different than our own. Thankfully, we have many helpful tools and tips to share that will help you read and understand the Bible on your own! Come chat with us as we w…
 
Most of us carry the belief that if we could be in control of the people and circumstances around us then life would be better. This belief leads to us exerting massive amounts of energy into controlling everyone and everything. But, somehow our attempts to control our life usually end up hurting and not helping. Can you relate? Today we chat with …
 
Sometimes caring for others can become a crisis in our lives. We can become so consumed with pleasing the people around us that our main function in life becomes to meet the needs and expectations of others. And while this initially seems like a selfless way to live, it is actually often a self-centered way to live. We crave the approval and accept…
 
Many women feel constant pressure to be perfect in all areas of their lives. And because of this pressure, we push ourselves to our limits trying to be (or appear) perfect. But, perfectionism is oftentimes rooted in love of self. It is the outworking of the wrongful belief that we can earn our way into God’s good graces. If we want to have a thrivi…
 
Have you ever agonized over a big decision? Regretted a past decision? Or wondered if your decisions are even that important if God is sovereign? Today, Krystal talks with Aimee Joseph, author of the new book Demystifying Decision-Making, about the biblical foundation for making well-thought out decisions. Their conversation will give you Bible-bas…
 
Join us today as Krystal interviews Ellen Vaughn, the author of the bestselling book "Becoming Elisabeth Elliot". Ellen has studied the life and work of Elisabeth Elliot in order to understand how she remained steadfast in her faith after experiencing immense suffering and loss. We can learn so much from those who have gone before us. Join us today…
 
How would you describe your prayer life? Distracted? Boring? Non-existent? You’re not alone. We know that many of our listeners feel their prayer lives are lackluster. But, it doesn’t have to stay that way! When we have a biblical understanding of prayer and use biblical principles for praying our prayer lives will flourish. Come join us today as w…
 
On today’s episode, we will be chatting with Jenn Jett Barrett. Jenn is a dreamer, a doer and a champion of risk takers. She spends her life unleashing women (and men) to co-labor for the Kingdom by finding clarity, confidence and freedom. She does this through The Well Summit which exists to cultivate environments and experiences for women who sit…
 
We love it, we hate it, we need a better way to engage with it…. Today we’re talking about social media. You are going to leave today’s episode with practical wisdom from Scripture that you can apply right away so you can begin to love your relationship with social media. Join Krystal and I as we tackle this tough topic in a biblical and helpful wa…
 
This week, we are joined by Garrett Kell. Garrett is a pastor at Del Ray Baptist Church in Alexandria, Virginia. He is married to Carrie and together they have six children. Garrett has authored several books including Pure in Heart and the Promises of God. Garrett shares his testimony of God’s faithfulness to draw him to saving faith in Christ. Go…
 
Is it possible to serve others without growing weary? Is it okay for us to take breaks from serving when we get tired? How can we take a break from serving when it seems there is no one else who can fill the gap we’d leave if we took a step back?We know that these questions are common. So, today in a follow up episode to the episodes released last …
 
We are diving into the topic of spiritual gifts! This topic is often centered on finding your gifts and then finding a way to use them. We think that’s a great conversation, but really, the conversation on spiritual gifts is so much bigger than that! In this episode, Shelby and Krystal take a step back and look at how Scripture informs our understa…
 
Summer is right around the corner! No matter our age or season of life, we all want to have a summer full of joy and rest. In this episode, Shelby and Krystal discuss how to keep the gospel in view as we intentionally pursue joy, rest, and fun this summer. Let this episode be an enjoyable and lighthearted kickoff to summer. Come join us as we talk …
 
This is the last episode in our series on pornography, and this week Shelby is joined this week by Lyschel Burket. Lyschel is the founder of Hope Redefined. Lyschel has been working with women since 2008, as they take steps towards healing and their pursuit of God. She has facilitated support groups, specific to partners of sex addicts since 2013, …
 
This is the second episode in this series on pornography, and Shelby is joined this week by Dr. Joy Skarka. Dr. Joy Skarka is passionate about creating spaces to free women from sexual shame. Dr. Joy shares her story of sexual shame and addiction and the path to freedon that she has found in Jesus. Joy is the Director of Discipleship for Authentic …
 
On this bonus episode, we got to chat with Chris McKenna who is the founder of Protect Young Eyes, which is dedicated to creating safer spaces for children online. We enjoyed getting to know Chris and hearing his heart to equip families in this area. We will get really practical in this episode, including tips on having these conversations with you…
 
This week, we are joined by Dr. Juli Slattery to discuss the topic of pornography and God's design for sexuality. For each episode, we are bringing in experts to teach about this topic and the freedom and healing that is possible from a biblical and gospel-centered perspective. We pray that this series is helpful to you whether you yourself struggl…
 
Elyse Fitzpatrick and Eric Schumacher join us this week on the Daily Grace podcast to discuss their new book, Jesus and Gender: Living as Sisters and Brothers in Christ. Their book and our conversation are challenging, yet edifying. Elyse and Eric help us as we navigate the question: “How can we live together as humble servants of Christ who work t…
 
Do you have a desire to grow in your relationship with the Lord? Today on the podcast, we are joined by Hunter Beless to talk about knowing and loving God through Scripture memory. Hunter is passionate about helping women know and love God more, especially through His Word. Hunter is the founder and host of the Journeywomen podcast, the author of “…
 
It’s time for our “Ask Us Anything” episode where we answer questions that you submitted! We will discuss Christ-centered friendship, encouragement for women in various seasons of life, and discerning the voice of God. Plus, we hit on several topics in a “rapid fire” segment where we answer questions with only 20 seconds each! Join us for this conv…
 
Disagreement is inevitable and the way we handle it has a big impact on our relationships. But, it also matters because as believers we are called to be peacemakers and vessels of the gospel of grace. Come chat with us as we discuss how friendships can flourish even when we disagree in our beliefs and convictions. 5:54 - What does it mean to disagr…
 
Many of us feel the pressure to do it all. We want to be the best Christian, mother, wife, friend, coworker, and church member possible. And we want to serve the Lord well with our time. But, in our pursuit of doing all of these things well, we often overlook the fact that we have God-given limits. Our season of life, our capacity, and time itself …
 
When we are faced with a crisis, it can feel paralyzing, confusing, and painful. We all respond differently to seasons of suffering. We may even question God’s goodness as we walk through trials and hardship. But is that the right question we should be asking? As Christians, we know that God is always present with us, but it can still be difficult …
 
Anxiety is a common issue for many people. What is less common is knowing how to navigate anxiety, and so, we end up being overcome by it. But, God provides for the anxious through His peace and His presence. And while there is no magical, overnight solution to anxiety, we can find consistent hope and help in God’s Word for our worries and fears. C…
 
Why is it so hard to be content with where we are and what we have? Christians should find our contentment in Christ, but how do we actually do that? Does being content mean you should never desire to do or have more? The Bible teaches us how to live lives of contentment and in this episode, we discuss what it looks like to live that out every day …
 
Life is unpredictable. We do not and cannot know the future. And the unknowns that await us can easily lead to overwhelming fear. “What if?” Circles constantly in our hearts and minds. How can we move fast these fears and overcome our anxieties about the future? We can look to the truth of God’s Word! The Bible never promises us that difficult thin…
 
God’s design for the church is good. The church is meant to be a place of refuge and worship. It is meant to be a place where believers can meet together and worship God and live in community with one another. But, because of sin, the church doesn’t always live according to its good design. Church hurt is real, and it is painful. But thankfully, th…
 
God’s design for the church is good. The church is meant to be a place of refuge and worship. It is meant to be a place where believers can meet together and worship God and live in community with one another. But, because of sin, the church doesn’t always live according to its good design. Church hurt is real, and it is painful. But thankfully, th…
 
The world is full of division. Politics, faith, current events, and even everyday disagreements with our family and friends divide us from one another. This division often leads to viewing those who oppose us as our enemies. We might even be tempted to think and act in a harsh and hateful way towards them. It could even be that their actions are so…
 
Forgiveness. It can be a really difficult topic for a lot of us. Maybe you have been severely hurt by someone in your life and you just can’t seem to move past it. Maybe you know you should forgive, but you just don’t know how. Or maybe you desire reconciliation and know that it isn’t an option, so you just avoid forgiveness all together. Whatever …
 
Change is inevitable. Our lives change continually every single day, it seems. Sometimes that change is good but sometimes it’s can hard. And it can make us question God’s goodness and his plans for our lives. In today’s episode we are talking about how to navigate change in light of the gospel and how we can always rest our every changing lives in…
 
Shame is something that we were never meant to feel, but because of sin, shame is part of our lives. We feel shame when we believe that something about us is unacceptable. This can be especially prevalent when it comes to our body image. So often, we feel as though our bodies aren’t good enough – they don’t look good enough or don’t function well e…
 
Everyday as we peruse social media, we see countless diets and fitness programs telling us how we can be better. Every program or diet offers false happiness and fulfillment that will only come through changing the way that we look. As believers, we know that true happiness and fulfillment can only come through Jesus. But, we also know that we are …
 
At the start of the new year, so many of us make the goal to read the Bible in a year. We start with the best intentions but we typically give us when we don’t understand a passage of scripture or we get behind on our reading plan. Today, we are talking about how to set and reach the goal of reading the Bible more in 2022. This is a goal that we wi…
 
FOMO. The Fear of Missing Out. You’ve probably experienced it. It’s this fear or anxiety that creeps up on us when we think we’re missing out on something, like an experience, an opportunity, a relationship. There are many reasons why we can experience FOMO, even as believers. We want to belong. We want to be seen as valuable. We want to maximize a…
 
Polio and its lingering effects. Loss of a child due to a doctor’s mistake. Infidelity and a broken marriage. Post-Polio Syndrome. These are all hard things for any one person to bear. It’s no wonder Vaneetha Risner titled her memoir “Walking Through Fire” and identifies as a sufferer. Yet, it’s in and through her suffering where she testifies to t…
 
Liturgy. You may have heard this word before. Maybe you’ve been to a liturgical service where the congregation followed a particular order of events. Or maybe your church incorporates liturgical prayers where everyone says a written prayer out loud together. Or maybe you’ve seen some written prayers on Instagram. Kayla Craig is a beautiful voice on…
 
It’s the holidays! Twinkle lights are everywhere. You’re thinking about gifts and holiday outings. You log onto social media and see a ton of gift guides. You see perfectly curated photos of families at pumpkin patches and Christmas tree farms. Suddenly, you feel something: you feel discontentment. Discontentment can be a struggle any time of the y…
 
Your theology matters. Jesus has called you to be a doer of His Word, not just a hearer. This requires us to have a “head knowledge” in order to know what Jesus has called us to do, but it doesn’t stop there. We need this knowledge to sink into our hearts in order to change us and impact how we live. This is how our theology fuels our doxology, or …
 
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