Whether we are addressing theology for your everyday life or how to answer the theological questions your kids ask, we are here to discuss what you believe and why it matters.
End Times with Whitney Capps
This is our last week walking through the key doctrines of the Christian faith as we cover the end times. We discuss why Revelation is one of Whitney’s favorite books of the Bible and how you can better learn to see the gospel clearly in how God says that the world as we have experienced it will end.
Whitney is a national Proverbs 31 speaker and the author of Sick of Me and We Over Me, a Bible study. She and her husband Chad have for boys and live just outside Atlanta, Georgia.
Everyday Theology: The Church with Jamie Ivey
What you believe about the Church matters.
Today’s guest is Jamie Ivey. She is the mama of four kids and the wife of Aaron, worship pastor of The Austin Stone Community Church. She is such a cheerleader for women, encouraging them to use their gifts for God’s glory. Make sure you grab her book, If You Only Knew and subscribe to her podcast, The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey. Jamie shares so much wisdom in this episode about trusting God with our gifts, confessing our sin to others, and seeking out commun
Everyday Theology: Salvation with Ruth Chou Simons
What you believe about salvation matters.
Every week, we are covering a key doctrine of the Christian faith and seeking to apply it to our everyday lives to coincide with the Everyday Theology Bible study. Today, we are talking about salvation.
Today’s guest is Ruth Chou Simons. Ruth is a bestselling author, entrepreneur, and speaker. You can learn more about her at GraceLaced.com and on Instagram @ruthchousimons. Ruth and her husband, Troy, are parents to six boys.
Everyday Theology: Humanity with Gretchen Saffles
What you believe about people matters. Gretchen Saffles joins us today to talk about humanity (Week 5 of the Everyday Theology Bible study).
We are answering questions like: What does God say about us + how should that inform the way we live? What is true freedom + how do we live out our identity as the imago Dei?
Gretchen is the founder of Well-Watered Women and has a ton of great resources at wellwateredwomen.com She’s so encouraging on social and has upcoming books - so make sure to follow her!
Everyday Theology: Holy Spirit with Jackie Hill Perry
What you believe about the Holy Spirit matters.
Jackie Hill Perry joins Mary Wiley to discuss the Person and work of the Holy Spirit in today's episode that correlates with Week 4 of the Everyday Theology Bible study.
Jackie is the author of Gay Girl, Good God and Jude: Contending for the Faith in Today's Culture. She also is a poet, teacher, and hip-hop artist. She is a wife and mom to two cute kids with one on the way, and is just an all-around incredibly wise and kind person.
Everyday Theology: The Person and Work of Jesus with Kristi McLelland
What you believe about Jesus matters.
Kristi McLelland joins Mary Wiley to discuss the Person and work of Jesus in today's episode that correlates with Week 3 of the Everyday Theology Bible study. Kristi is a speaker, teacher, and professor at Williamson College. She has a Masters in Christian Education from Dallas Theological Seminary and is excellent at teaching the Bible through a Middle Eastern lens.
Everyday Theology Bible study is available at lifeway.com and everywhere books are sold.
It takes a village ... thanks for being a part of it
It takes a village to raise a family. This podcast is part of ours. This podcast is a delightful source of wisdom for me and my kids and a great extension of the truths we try to teach them at home. Thank you for supporting Christian families by providing such a great resource for growing our kids in grace.
Short & helpful episodes
These are great for thinking through topics in anticipation of my 2-year-old’s inevitable questions. Thanks for helping me feel prepared for my most important assignment!
Incredibly informative (and fun) for parents
What a fun podcast. Perfect for any parent struggling to answer some of their kids toughest (and most amusing) questions about life. Move over Art Linkletter, there is a new show in town.