Fear, rejection, divorce, unwise decisions and pain — Life was a struggle for Brooke and Court. ” ‘It hasn’t worked your way God, I’m going to try it my own way,’ and I walked away from Christ for two years.” Struggling to make it work, they broke off their engagement — and then God stepped in. As the Lord moved in their life, they took the 40 days to get their hearts right — And then God asked them to do something crazy… Listen to this episode of PROJECT: Faith Journey to hear the amazing things that God has done in their lives. There is hope beyond life’s despair.
The cycle of “shame” can be deafening to someone struggling with a sin issue. When left “un-treated,” the enemy will do everything he can to help this disease of the mind to destroy you. Are you struggling with shame? What can you do to get out of the whirlwind of the mind?
Do you remember Paul Harvey? He was the the well known “Rest of the Story” cultural commentator whose voice of reason spanned several decades. I have fond memories of listening to Harvey on the bus rides to school each morning as the bus driver played them loudly so we could all get a dose of his clear logic before the school day began. This quick 7 minute podcast is a quick insight and an excerpt written from a 1966 newspaper article, from Harvey, followed by some thoughts from myself. We hope you enjoy it.
Have you been hurt by the church? — Are you part of the “de-churched” crowd? There are many kinds of people that are hurt by the church. As part of the greater Body of Christ, we should be doing better to reach those who have left the church — but that isn’t always easy for the local church for some reason.
Off for a couple of weeks around the holidays, we are back with the podcast. Today’s podcast comes as we continue our conversation with “An Honest Look at Our Attitudes Towards Homelessness.” Whether they living under a bridge or in the nicest home that money can buy, with a generous attitude of Christ towards our fellow man, God can do amazing things through us to bless and minister with an honest heart to those living around us. We hope that today’s conversation opened your eyes a bit more to the needs of the homeless community –that they are all people too, created in the image of God just as you and I are. Let us strive to live our lives humble in spirit, thankful for what little we have, and more than that grateful for those God has in our lives.
Souls Harbor is a transitional-living facility for men providing food, clothing, shelter, educational, and employment opportunities free of charge, while walking alongside men who ready to reconstruct their lives. They are dedicated to restoring individuals, rebuilding families, and transforming communities! Learn more and hear about this amazing ministry.
When you listen to this podcast, we want you to totally lose your traditional view of missions, and think of it in a whole new way! This episode paints the picture of a group of “creatives” who share how God is using others around the world to spread God’s love and message in amazing ways. Missions is not always about planting churches in the jungle, running an orphanage, constructions work or medical/dental trips. Listen in today to hear about this group of story-tellers doing what they can to spread the Good News in creative ways.
Today on the podcast, Jen and I connected with a friend, Amy Noelck, working in India as a humanitarian with some great non profits, doing a variety of projects, including working with and teaching music to orphans, really impacting lives on a personal level. We know you’ll really enjoy today’s talk…
In this podcast episode of PROJECT: Faith Journey we are talking with author, blogger, pastor and missionary Kenneth A. Camp (@kennethacamp). Found on the web at KennethACamp.com, he speaks to what it means to live a missional-llifestyle, something I think of as a life walked out, finding our purpose in serving others. Along with his wife, often Kenneth is talking about how he has found purpose in walking out servant leadership through missions and caring for those in need found in the foster care system.
Just on the heels of the Roseburg, OR college shooting, we take time to ask the question “why does a good and all-powerful God allow bad things to happen?”