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Lizz Wann: Depending on Christ when Motherhood Pushes You to Your Limits.
When Liz Wann became a mother she was unprepared for how hard it would be. In this episode of the podcast we talk to her about her new book The End of Me and how God uses those deeply challenging aspects of motherhood to make us more like his Son.
Stephen McAlpine: Facing Up to the Realities of our Post-Christian World
The church used to be recognised as a force for good, but this is changing rapidly. Christians are now often seen as the bad guys, losing both respect and influence. Author, blogger and pastor, Stephen McAlpine talks to us about how his new book Being The Bad Guys offers an analysis of how our culture ended up this way and explains key points of tension between biblical Christianity and secular culture.
Tim Chester: How Voices from the Past Can Encourage Us Today
Why is it so important for Christians today to delve back into the past and read the works of saints from a different era? Tim Chester joins us on the podcast to talk about his new devotional An Ocean of Grace and explains why we should all be reading the thoughts of dead Christians on regular basis.
Carl Laferton: Raising Children in a Pluralistic World
We all want our kids to grow up confident in their faith. But how do we help our them find their way in a world that's full of so many contradicting voices, especially when it comes to the nature and source of truth?
In this episode of the podcast we talk to Carl Laferton about his new book The God Contest which uses the story of Mount Carmel to show kids how the God of the Bible proved himself to be the one true God.
Ed Drew: Making Family Bible Times Simple (and Fun!)
We all want our kids to develop their own personal relationship with Jesus. Feeding them regularly on his word is central to that, but family Bible times really don't need to be an unrealistic burden.
Ed Drew talks to us about his new family devotional, Meals with Jesus: A Journey Through Luke's Gospel for the Whole Family, and his passion for creating family resources that are simple and easy to follow.
Tony Merida: We Live in the Book of Ruth, Not the Book of Exodus
Tony Merida is the Pastor for Preaching and Vision at Imago Dei Church in Raleigh, NC and currently serves as the Director for Theological Training with Acts 29.
In this episode he talks to us about how he became a pastor, (despite having different intentions), the temptation to glamourise church planting, and his new study guide to the book of Ruth - one of the "best short stories ever written".
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