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If you are deep in the trenches of life and looking for hope-filled encouragement and practical wisdom, this podcast is for you. With her down-to-earth style, blind author Jennifer Rothschild offers practical encouragement and biblical insight to help you live the "I Can" life of Philippians 4:13 (“I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me"). Each episode, Jennifer answers real-life 4:13 questions like, "Can I overcome my fear?" or "Can I find balance?" You won't find just a chee ...
 
We bring artists, musicians, creatives, and combatants of all stripes together to have real conversations about the fight in art, and the art in fighting. AFP is based in Nashville, created and hosted by Joe Nolan and Brian Siskind. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/artfightpodcast/support
 
In this series from the Westminster Bookstore our good friend, the author, parent, theologian, and Westminster Professor Jonathan Gibson, will be talking with some of the Bookstore's favorite authors. We hope you'll join us in learning more about why books are so important to the life and health of the church. We also hope to learn more about the lives of those authors we admire - what inspires them, what books on their shelves are worn from many years of reading, and what they do when write ...
 
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It’s amazing how heavy the weight of emptiness can feel. Often, we try to fill our emptiness with whatever we can to make that heavy feeling go away. But God can do His best work in our emptiness. Today, author Nancy Guthrie helps you discover practical ways to make your emptiness the perfect place to cultivate hope. You’ll begin to see that God re…
 
Sometimes we don’t realize that peace is in us until chaos threatens to snatch it from us. An alarming diagnosis, an emergency, even a bad day can be all it takes for chaos to overwhelm us and peace to abandon us. But, you can have peace even in chaos because peace is more than a feeling. Today, I’ll give you five unchangeable facts about peace tha…
 
In this episode of Help Me Teach the Bible Nancy went to Columbia, South Carolina, to sit down with Derek Thomas and ask his help for teaching through the book of Mark. Over the course of the conversation they discussed: the miracle stories and how to apply them the kingdom of God true repentance what it means to be a disciple Recommended audio res…
 
Author Lisa Bevere is with us today, and the woman is on fire! She’s fully Italian and full of the Holy Spirit, and this conversation is full of life, encouragement, and insight. Lisa shows you how to be a strong woman who strengthens others. And, if you’re a man listening, stay with us because this still applies to you. It will give you great insi…
 
Jen Bricker-Bauer was born without legs, not given a name, and left in the hospital. But, against all odds, she went on to compete against able-bodied athletes and become a State Champion in power tumbling, and now, she’s an incredible aerialist and author. She lives out the mantra, “Never say can’t.” And, today, you’ll learn that if she can, you c…
 
Jesus says He came to bring good news of great joy for all people! It's a promise for us no matter our circumstances! But how do we get there? Social researcher and best-selling author, Shaunti Feldhahn, shares eight key elements of finding joy that shine out from both science and Scripture. It's so much more than learning to adopt happy thoughts. …
 
In this, the second of two episodes, Nancy talked with Ryan Kelly, pastor for preaching at Desert Springs Church in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where he taught through the book of 1 Samuel. Kelly calls 1 Samuel a “hinge book” between the time of the judges and the establishment of the kingship in Israel. Topics include: The prayer of Hannah that exten…
 
The 4:13 Podcast has hit one million downloads! Yes, one million! And, I can’t think of a better way to celebrate than with Olympic gold-medalist Scott Hamilton. Scott's story of adoption, mysterious childhood illness, and failing and succeeding at figure skating, coupled with losing his mom to cancer and battling his own, gives us tons of inspirat…
 
Let me start by telling you my favorite quote from today’s conversation with Nicole C. Mullen. She says, “We may not always see God right the wrong. He is more concerned with making us right within the wrong.” Good, right? Nicole’s an incredible singer and songwriter. Today, she’s talking about the power of forgiveness, what it’s like to be a singl…
 
Episode 44: In this episode we sit down with Abe Kuruvilla to discuss the importance of hermeneutics to the task of preaching. Dr. Kuruvilla is Senior Research Professor of Preaching and Pastoral Ministries at Dallas Theological Seminary. He is the author of several books including Privilege the Text! A Theological Hermeneutic for Preaching.…
 
Sabbath. It’s a word we love and want to experience, isn’t it? But it’s often hard to pull off in our modern world unless you understand what it is, why God calls you to it, and how to create a five-part Sabbath strategy. Today, we’re going to do a deep dive into what Sabbath is, why you need it, and how to do it. SHOW NOTES: 413podcast.com/131…
 
In this two-part episode, Nancy talked with Ryan Kelly, pastor for preaching at Desert Springs Church in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where he taught through the book of 1 Samuel. Kelly calls 1 Samuel a “hinge book” between the time of the judges and the establishment of the kingship in Israel. Topics include: The prayer of Hannah that extends beyond w…
 
As a young man, Rashawn Copeland experienced both the tragedy of gun violence and the fortune of playing college football. He ended up in Los Angeles, living the Hollywood dream, but he was miserable. One day, he found himself holding a gun to his mouth, wishing he could escape the unhappiness he’d felt for years. It was then that God reached into …
 
In Episode 10 of the Afterword, our host Jonny Gibson talks with special guest Kevin DeYoung. Kevin has 3 books coming out in the next year or so, and as you might expect from him, they cover an incredibly diverse range of topics. The first one, “Men and Women in the Church” is essentially his “complementarianism 101 for a new generation.” It relea…
 
Your words can change the course of someone’s day and even their life. Words are one of the most powerful forces in the universe, and God’s entrusted them to you. They echo in peoples’ hearts and minds long after they’re spoken. So, how can you harness this incredible power for good? Today, author Sharon Jaynes gives you practical tips and doable w…
 
On this episode, Nancy Guthrie talked with Mike Bullmore about what may be one of the least-studied books in the Bible. The book of 2 Chronicles is rich in story and encouragement to trust God to be faithful to his promises. Bullmore is senior pastor of CrossWay Community Church in Bristol, Wisconsin, and author of The Gospel and Scripture: How to …
 
For The Church Podcast Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary On this episode of the FTC Podcast, Jared Wilson visits with Jordan Wilbanks, Director of Church Partnerships at Midwestern Seminary, to discuss the challenges and opportunities of the church-seminary relationship in the training of young leaders for ministry.…
 
Episode 42: In this episode, we sit down with Bob Yarbrough to discuss contrasting approaches to biblical interpretation today: elitism vs. populism. The former has encouraged many to abandon the Christian heritage; the latter has informed the largest numeric increase of professing Christians in world history. He addresses this issue in his book Cl…
 
What can we say? It has been a great 3 year run, and we did what we set out to do. Professor Nancy Kidder joins us to talk art/fight/writing, and to say farewells - and artist Kevin Guthrie takes us through his latest work, steeped in nostalgia with a point of view. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/artfightpodcast/support…
 
Get ready for a power-packed episode of Scripture-based wisdom that will help you discover your true self! Today, author Chip Ingram teaches you how to expose the lies of your past so you can experience who God says you are. You’ll learn how to live in freedom and fulfill your life purpose as you see how God views you through the lens of Ephesians …
 
For The Church Podcast Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary In this episode of the FTC Podcast, Jared Wilson visits with author and Bible teacher Nancy Guthrie about the many ways our God ministers to us in the midst of dry seasons, lonely feelings, and profound senses of emptiness. Guthrie’s latest book — God Does His Best Work with Empty…
 
Horton has never been one to maintain idle hands. His work in The Alabama Shakes and Concurrence is augmented by constant composition at home, as well as raising a family and remembering to enjoy the non-musical parts of life. Prelude No. 1 is the result of finding that balance of work and life, remembering to embrace No Stress all along the way. G…
 
We can get pretty stressed out when we feel like we fail to meet others’ expectations. Sometimes it’s true that we’re failing to meet expectations. But, sometimes, the truth is that we fail to have a true view of what’s really expected of us. Today, you’ll learn how to get the facts, prioritize, and be realistic. You'll discover how to move from fa…
 
In this episode of Help Me Teach the Bible, Nancy talked about the book of Hebrews with Sam Storms, lead pastor for preaching and vision at Bridgeway Church in Oklahoma City, and founder of Enjoying God Ministries. They discussed the many challenging aspects of teaching this book so steeped in the Old Testament, as well as the deep encouragement th…
 
Can you believe it's been almost three months since our last behind-the -scenes episode?! I wish I was bringing you a glowing report, but I'm just keeping it real with my 4:13ers. I was doing so well for so long … and then the holidays happened. So on this behind-the-scenes episode, I’m letting you hear my conversation with NBA Life Optimization Co…
 
Episode 41: In this episode, we sit down with Ben Gladd to discuss commentaries. He and Andreas Köstenberger also introduce the newly updated Evangelical Exegetical Commentary (EEC) series published by Lexham. Dr. Gladd is associate professor of New Testament at Reformed Theological Seminary.By Andreas Köstenberger and Jimmy Roh
 
Can you imagine that for most of your life, you believed the names other people gave you? Names such as “orphan,” “no good,” and “unlovable”? That was Esther Fleece Allen’s life. But no more! She’s said goodbye to the labels that limit. Today, she shares the life-giving truth that only God can give you a new name. God calls you “forgiven,” “chosen,…
 
Timing beats speed and accuracy beats power in this special fight week edition of the Art Fight Podcast. In this episode we call in the Irish MMA media to help us decipher all things McGregor, Poirier, Hooker and Chandler. Severe MMA's Sean Sheehan returns to the show to talk tactics in the Main Event. And Hindfight MMA's Ben Kiely parses the Good …
 
We're diving in deep today because this is a conversation we need to have. We're talking about racism. It's a word heavy with all sorts of emotion, but no matter where you are with this topic, this is a safe, humble, kind, and informative conversation. Author Jemar Tisby is with us, and he shares his model called the "ARC of Racial Justice." You'll…
 
In this episode of Help Me Teach the Bible, Nancy talked with one of her favorite Scottish preachers, Colin Smith, about how the book of Jonah reveals the steadfast love and mercy of God. Smith is senior pastor of The Orchard Evangelical Free Church in Arlington Heights, Illinois, and teacher on Unlocking the Bible. Topics in this episode include: …
 
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