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With unique insights from a Biblical context, Carmen LaBerge seeks to reconnect the eternal with the everyday and enters into conversations in ways that honor Jesus.

Mornings with Carmen LaBerge Faith Radio

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.6 • 34 Ratings

With unique insights from a Biblical context, Carmen LaBerge seeks to reconnect the eternal with the everyday and enters into conversations in ways that honor Jesus.

    Getting to the heart of the sin problem we all have | What it looks like for men to be true leaders

    Getting to the heart of the sin problem we all have | What it looks like for men to be true leaders

    Plugged In's Adam Holz talks about the need for pointing people to redemptive, encouraging content and shares reviews for the latest shows and films. Ken Harrison, CEO of Promise Keepers, shares about the process of getting men to have more joy in their lives, as they become better men and the priceless value of the words "I am sorry." Click here for today’s show notes Faith Radio podcasts are made possible by your support. Give now: Click here

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    Declaring the truths of Christ our King | The reminder to be devoted to one another

    Declaring the truths of Christ our King | The reminder to be devoted to one another

    Carmen outlines why the UK can no longer be credibly claimed as a Christian nation and the deeper meaning behind Jesus' words about repentance. Apologist Daniel DeWitt shares about the desperation people have to find community and what we as Christ followers can learn from other groups that openly state their need for each other. Click here for today’s show notes Faith Radio podcasts are made possible by your support. Give now: Click here

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    Behind the scenes of making a film series | When God’s calling intersects with politics

    Behind the scenes of making a film series | When God’s calling intersects with politics

    Andrew Peterson and Chris Wall, filmmakers for The Wingfeather Saga, outline the process behind creating good content for our kids to engage with and the realness of darkness. Terri Hasdorff, author of "Running Into the Fire," shares why as believers we can't be content with sitting on the sidelines, when it comes to the state of our democracy being up in the air. Click here for today’s show notes Faith Radio podcasts are made possible by your support. Give now: Click here

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    Peeling back the government’s interest in marriage | Faith coming from listening to others

    Peeling back the government’s interest in marriage | Faith coming from listening to others

    The Washington Stand's Ben Johnson outlines why the family is the most primary unit of human civilization and how our children are being raised in a way that conflicts parents values. Kathy Branzell of the National Day of Prayer Taskforce shares why leaving the past in the past ruins the power it has to ruin the present and not being overcome by what could be. Click here for today’s show notes Faith Radio podcasts are made possible by your support. Give now: Click here

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    The places that sounds take us | Making a difference in our community of believers

    The places that sounds take us | Making a difference in our community of believers

    Ellie Holcomb, musician and author of "Sounding Joy," shares about the moments and experiences that surround the times of celebrating the birth of our Savior Jesus Christ. Ericka Andersen, author of "Reason to Return: Why Women Need the Church and the Church Needs Women," outlines what it looks like to strive after and pursue the most important callings. Click here for today’s show notes Faith Radio podcasts are made possible by your support. Give now: Click here

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    What separates the real environmentalists | Spotlight on Qatar human rights issues

    What separates the real environmentalists | Spotlight on Qatar human rights issues

    Front Porch Republic's Jeff Bilbro outlines why partnering with local churches can often make a big difference for sometimes forgotten communities and how to tend to God's creation in the best way. Mission Network News’ Ruth Kramer talks about the issues outside the stadium as the world watches the World Cup and the intersection of crisis aid with discipleship. Click here for today’s show notes Faith Radio podcasts are made possible by your support. Give now: Click here

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Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
34 Ratings

34 Ratings

divinedesigner ,

Truth and tenderness

I recently started to listen to Carmen’s daily podcast after reading her book Speak The Truth. What I appreciate about her and her guests is they have helped me to approach people and conversations with a more tender heart and listening ears. I love spending time with woman one on one and have ample opportunities where I both work and serve to do so. Thank you for reminding me of what’s most important, Carmen. Truth saturated in Love.

Brandon Queen ,

Quality and Truth

I am over excited about Carmen and how far she has come! I love her interviews and God has blessed her with a way to deliver. Go girl!!!

Georgia Alexander ,

Worth Your Drive

I enjoy listening to Carmen’s interviews coming and going to work. They are always on target, biblical and gracious!

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