41 episodes

IN GOOD FAITH is a podcast series hosted by Chelsea and Judah Smith and centered on their life’s work: raising a family and building a church — Churchome — a community based on the principles of compassion, belonging, and love. Taking a candid approach, our hosts will address everything from anxiety, to sex, to the frank truths about marriage. If going to church is the living room, Judah & Chelsea just want to invite you to the front porch.

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    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.8 • 158 Ratings

IN GOOD FAITH is a podcast series hosted by Chelsea and Judah Smith and centered on their life’s work: raising a family and building a church — Churchome — a community based on the principles of compassion, belonging, and love. Taking a candid approach, our hosts will address everything from anxiety, to sex, to the frank truths about marriage. If going to church is the living room, Judah & Chelsea just want to invite you to the front porch.

    The Most Important Thing in Our World: Being Loved by God

    The Most Important Thing in Our World: Being Loved by God

    Today marks a huge milestone for Chelsea and Judah — they've reached the Season 1 Finale of In Good Faith! To celebrate the end of this chapter, they sit down for a conversation about the single most important thing in their lives — being loved by God. They explain how they came to this realization, discuss whether or not they've ever doubted His love, and open up about some of the unique ways God has revealed Himself to each of them. They close out the episode by reflecting on Season 1, sharing some of their favorite moments, biggest takeaways, and hopes for the future.

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    • 44 min
    Down in the Dumps: A Realistic Guide to Getting Un-Grumpy

    Down in the Dumps: A Realistic Guide to Getting Un-Grumpy

    Sometimes, we just can't help but feel grumpy. But lately, Chelsea and Judah have been noticing these moods more than ever, both within themselves and in the people around them — and they're ready to talk about it. They explain how they differentiate standard grumpiness from a deeper sense of lament and grief, especially in the context of today's painful and complicated world. They also share some tools for cultivating a positive mindset without stepping into the dangerous territory of toxic positivity. And what they find is that sometimes, the smallest drop of gratitude can make all the difference.

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    • 40 min
    The Not-So-Newlywed Game

    The Not-So-Newlywed Game

    Is it possible for two people to know everything about each other? Chelsea and Judah are coming up on 23 years of marriage, and they're about to find out. On today's episode, they challenge each other to a competition inspired by the classic game show The Newlywed Game. They cover categories ranging from "Dating & Marriage History" to "Would Your Spouse Rather?" Ultimately, these two are determined to get to the bottom of the million dollar question: Who knows who better?

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    • 37 min
    Healing Through Community: A Conversation with Mental Health Educator Minaa B.

    Healing Through Community: A Conversation with Mental Health Educator Minaa B.

    The path to healing isn't linear for anyone — even a mental health specialist. Chelsea and Judah are joined by therapist, wellness coach, and mental health educator Minaa B. for a poignant conversation about the emotional toll of living in today's world. Minaa opens up about her own mental health journey, explains why community-building is essential to our mental wellbeing, and advocates for self-acceptance as the first step to healing. She also discusses her vision for the Church’s role in mental health education, and shares her number one tool for surviving what can feel like a never-ending cycle of bad news.

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    • 47 min
    Our Two Cents: Money, Marriage & Meeting Halfway

    Our Two Cents: Money, Marriage & Meeting Halfway

    You know what they say — money talks. But today, Judah and Chelsea are talking about money. In this strikingly honest conversation, they discuss their financial journey together as a couple. They reveal some of their biggest financial mistakes, share the ground rules they’ve set to limit spending, and unpack some of the most effective ways to form a healthy relationship with money. Here’s a hint — tapping into your natural strengths might just lead you in the right direction.

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    • 41 min
    Grieving the Loss of a Friendship

    Grieving the Loss of a Friendship

    Some friendships last forever — but many of them don’t. On today’s episode, Judah and Chelsea sit down for a raw, emotional conversation about the recent loss of several meaningful friendships in their lives, and the grief that ensued. They also discuss why friendship breakups aren’t taken as seriously as romantic ones, and identify some signs that can help you decide whether to rekindle a friendship or truly let go.

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    • 43 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
158 Ratings

158 Ratings

Peachesforru ,

So gooood!!

One of my favorite podcasts. Look forward to it every week. Such an amazing blend of spirituality, emotional/mental health. Truly so refreshing to hear these conversations!
- 22 yr old children’s pastor

cyclechick65 ,

Jesus is ‘seen’ by real human beings

We all know that Jesus is ‘seen’ much more by real human beings than found in any ‘religion.’ Even though I don’t know Judah and Chelsea very well, I know that the times I’ve talked (and worked) with them at Churchome (previously City Church), they are ‘real’ people who love the Lord, and I believe we all ‘see’ Jesus when others carry themselves through life like He did (although they are not perfect like He was :)). There is no pretense or ‘holier than thou’ attitude when these two share their thoughts. Even at 60 years of age, I continue to learn from leaders who love and are lead by Jesus. Judah and Chelsea. I will continue to pray for you and your family. Thank you for all you do!

princesspeach1310 ,

Insightful and easy to listen to

The episode on staying faithful in marriage has to be one of my favorite podcast episodes ever and I’ve been a podcast junkie for years. Super interesting, vulnerable but light at the same time. Sending love and thanks to you guys!

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