57 épisodes

Inspired by the many beautiful stories of hope and joy and grace which readers have shared in the 15 years since The Jesus Storybook Bible was published, the podcast will be a platform where Sally invites people from of all walks of life to share about the life-transforming power of God’s love in their lives. We hope you will be as encouraged by these stories of hope and joy as we have been. And be reminded that God loves you—with a Never Stopping, Never Giving Up, Unbreaking, Always and Forever Love.

The Jesus Storybook Bible Podcast Sally Lloyd-Jones & Friends

    • Religion et spiritualité

Inspired by the many beautiful stories of hope and joy and grace which readers have shared in the 15 years since The Jesus Storybook Bible was published, the podcast will be a platform where Sally invites people from of all walks of life to share about the life-transforming power of God’s love in their lives. We hope you will be as encouraged by these stories of hope and joy as we have been. And be reminded that God loves you—with a Never Stopping, Never Giving Up, Unbreaking, Always and Forever Love.

    When You Struggle, God Provides Streams in the Desert: Andrew Osenga

    When You Struggle, God Provides Streams in the Desert: Andrew Osenga

    When the framework of your world disintegrates, remaining joyful feels nearly impossible. Musician and songwriter Andrew Osenga had a “streams in the desert” moment when he lost his job and struggled to provide for his wife and three kids. But through that season, Andrew discovered God provides “headwaters” in unlikely places, and can restore joy to even the parched parts of our lives.
     
    Quotes
    “The gospel is about keeping us in relationship with God, in a life that is full of flourishing and that is adventurous and that is just freely giving to one another in a way that the world looks at and goes, ‘What are they doing?’” —Andrew Osenga 
    “I think that's one of the greatest challenges of being a Christian, is this desire to control the things that we're afraid of. Because we are afraid of being alone, we're afraid of being sad. We carry a lot of fear, and we attach fear to our faith in ways that we don't always understand.” —Andrew Osenga 
    “I had a lot of people just kind of carry me, and it helped me sort of rediscover who God had made me to be. And it just ended up being a really beautiful season.” —Andrew Osenga 
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    Resources Mentioned in This Episode
    The Painted Desert record
    Integrity Podcast 
    Psalm 23 NIV
     
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    *Episode produced by Four Eyes Media*

    • 10 min
    Prayer Is a Lifeline to His Love: Tish Harrison Warren

    Prayer Is a Lifeline to His Love: Tish Harrison Warren

    Writer and Anglican priest Tish Harrison Warren says prayer matters—even when it seems like God isn’t listening. Tish shares the hard season that pushed her into a new perspective on prayer: that we don’t pray to change our circumstances. We pray because it brings us into a closer relationship with God. We pray because it changes us.
     
    Quotes
    “Christianity is not a performance. It's union with God.”  —Tish Harrison Warren
    “Oftentimes, God feels so wild and mysterious and big, and I feel so small that I kind of don't know where to start with prayer—which I didn't really feel when I was younger. So I think God has gotten maybe bigger and more mysterious to me. But I think that might be part of Christian maturity.” —Tish Harrison Warren
    “I didn't know how to trust God. I didn't know how to talk to God, and I didn't know where to start. And so in the midst of that, the prayers of the church became sort of a lifeline for me.”  —Tish Harrison Warren
    “We are asked by God to pray for the things we feel we need and the things we want. And even in the person of God himself, in Christ, we see that God allows deep suffering in our life. And so holding that together is difficult.” —Tish Harrison Warren
    “I think prayer is about entering into the presence of God.” —Tish Harrison Warren

     
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    Resources Mentioned in This Episode
    Liturgy of the Ordinary by Tish Harrison Warren
    Prayer in the Night by Tish Harrison Warren 
    The New York Times 
    Christianity Today
     
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    *Episode produced by Four Eyes Media*

    • 13 min
    God Can Meet You in the Ordinary: Jen Pollock Michel

    God Can Meet You in the Ordinary: Jen Pollock Michel

    Usually, faith doesn’t feel like fireworks or a mountaintop moment. Most of the time, faith is—as our guest, writer Jen Pollock Michel says—as ordinary as lacing up your running shoes. Jen shares why thinking of your spiritual walk as a daily habit instead of a to-do list removes so much pressure, and why cultivating relationships brings more reward than a checkmark ever could.
     
    Quotes
    “Faith is as ordinary as just lacing up your shoes. And there can be years that you lace up your shoes and you're not even sure what race you're running. But some days you do put your feet down and you're like, ‘Nope, I know what this is all about.’” —Jen Pollock Michel 
    “I think it's encouraging for the believer to think about faith as a habit.”  —Jen Pollock Michel 
    “It's so often confused that faith is always a mountaintop experience, that somehow you must be doing it wrong if you don't feel it. Faith itself is a habit. It has to be nurtured by regular, consistent, daily efforts and practices. And it’s okay if you don't always feel like doing it. It's okay if you don't always see its immediate benefit or reward.” —Jen Pollock Michel 
    “God asks us to be faithful to our work, and work means deadlines and responsibilities. But I think we can do those in a spirit of trust, not a spirit of hurry, and certainly not a spirit of worry.” —Jen Pollock Michel

     
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    Resources Mentioned in This Episode
    In Good Time by Jen Pollock Michel
     
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    *Episode produced by Four Eyes Media*

    • 11 min
    God Does Beautiful Work in Every Tribe, Tongue, & Nation: Dr. Esau McCaulley

    God Does Beautiful Work in Every Tribe, Tongue, & Nation: Dr. Esau McCaulley

    When so much divides us, Dr. Esau McCaulley has found there’s one thing that remains true: God can do His best work in any place, in any time, in any culture. Dr. McCaulley has traveled across the world with his wife Mandy, a pediatrician and Navy reservist. And no matter where he’s gone, Dr. McCaulley has seen God show up with His Never-Stopping, Never-Giving-Up, Unbreaking, Always and Forever Love in every single corner of the globe.
     
    Quotes
    “God made us each different and unique on purpose. And He is glorified through a bunch of different people who are together in the worship of Him as Lord and Savior.” —Dr. Esau McCaulley
    “One of the things that has been a tremendous encouragement to me is that across all regions of the country and even different parts of the world, there's something about followers of Jesus: we recognize one another. In other words, the Jesus who I worship is not different from the Jesus who is worshiped in Japan or in Scotland. I've been encouraged by the universal fellowship that exists across cultures.” —Dr. Esau McCaulley
    “I'm appreciative of the global church and the ways in which we worship the same Jesus across time and across culture. Everywhere you go, you see the work of Christ in individual lives and it's beautiful.” —Dr. Esau McCaulley
    “I see how in each one of those places, God was using that location to teach me something about Himself and about His people.” —Dr. Esau McCaulley, on his global travels

     
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    Resources Mentioned in This Episode
    Wheaton College
    Sharing in the Son’s Inheritance by Esau McCaulley
    Reading While Black by Esau McCaulley
    Josey Johnson's Hair and the Holy Spirit by Esau McCaulley
     
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    *Episode produced by Four Eyes Media*

    • 12 min
    God Uses Broken Stories for His Healing Work: Holly Hayes

    God Uses Broken Stories for His Healing Work: Holly Hayes

    God can find you anywhere—even on the bathroom floor. That’s what Holly Hayes discovered in her lowest moment. Holly’s the founder of Sanctuary Project, a social enterprise where survivors of human trafficking earn meaningful employment by make beautiful jewelry. As a survivor herself, Holly uses her story to tell others that God isn’t interested in “perfect.” He uses the sick, the lonely, and the broken to do good work in the world.


    Quotes
    “What I see in scripture is a Jesus who empowered women.” —Holly Hayes
    “The religious men were the ones that Jesus was saying, ‘Nope, you have it all wrong.’ The widow, the poor, the lost, the broken, the lonely, those were the ones that God seemed to use the most. Not only am I loved by God, rescued by God, saved by God, but also, He wants to use me.” —Holly Hayes
    “Community is where we can reflect God's love and mercy to each other, to help each other to feel safe, to just say, ‘Help’ or ‘I'm hurting’ or ‘I'm joyful.’ We can honest about about how we are and where we are.” —Holly Hayes


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    Resources Mentioned in This Episode
    Sanctuary Project
     
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    • 11 min
    God’s Kind of Funny (And He Can Take Your Messy Moments): Susan Isaacs

    God’s Kind of Funny (And He Can Take Your Messy Moments): Susan Isaacs

    We don’t give God enough credit, comedian Susan Isaacs says. He can take the moments when we’re confused or upset—even at him—because he loves us even when we’re “unlovable.” Susan shares when she discovered that her “God with a posh British accent” wasn’t out to get her. In fact, He was her soft place to land (and could even share a joke or two).
     
    Quotes
    “God made us fully human. I think of the ways that God surprises me, that kind of plays jokes on me, and surprises me and makes me laugh. If it's part of us, it's also part of God because we're made in His image.” —Susan Isaacs
    “I was done keeping my spiritual life from the rest of my life, I'm like, ‘This is what's happening, and I'm done trying to please two sides of the fence. I'm just going to be honest.’ And that's when things really started to move in my life personally, professionally, spiritually. And it's funny, I really felt like God's like, ‘There she is. That's my girl.’” —Susan Isaacs
    “I think we don't give God enough credit, and we don't trust Him enough to be completely honest, that ‘If I go to the depths, You are there. There's no place that's too dark for You.’” —Susan Isaacs
     
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    Resources Mentioned in This Episode
    Stephen Colbert
    Tony Hale
    Jim Gaffigan
    Todd Wilkerson
     
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    *Episode produced by Four Eyes Media*

    • 13 min

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