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 cheery “Yes you can”—you will hear a confident and compassionate “Yes, you can—and here’s how." You will gain the inspiration and help you need to be and do more than you feel capable of!
So, if you could use some practical encouragement, join Jennifer and her “Seeing-Eye Guy” KC for the 4:13 Podcast—it’s just 2 friends, 1 topic, and 0 stress.
Podcast Website + Show Notes: 413podcast.com
Can I Start Fresh Even When My Life Is A Mess? With Rashawn Copeland
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 his heartache and gave him a fresh start.
Today, Rashawn shares how even when your life is a mess, you can start again.
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Can I Think Before I Speak? With Sharon Jaynes
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 ways to get a handle on your tongue and harness the power of your words.
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Can I Silence the Lies From My Past? With Chip Ingram
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 1-3.
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Can I Get Rid of Unrealistic Expectations?
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 failure mode to freedom mode!
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Behind the Scenes: Jennifer Gets Weight Loss Help And Gained Back What She Lost
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 Coach and best-selling author, David Nurse, from early December before I below it because it was super helpful.
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Can I Say Goodbye to the Labels That Limit Me? With Esther Fleece Allen
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,” and “never alone.” So, start peeling off those old labels because truth is on the way!
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I recently stumbled upon Jennifer’s podcast after listening to Joni and Friends radio. Everyday real topics are discussed within the framework of a Christian life. I feel so encouraged as a Christian woman with a disability and thank you so much for sharing your wisdom!