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.
Youth, faith, and substance abuse – Dr. Jeff Barrows | Not ruining Christmas by focusing on God’s gift – Dan Metzger
Christian Medical and Dental Association's Dr. Jeff Barrows helps us think wisely about the variety respiratory viruses. He also highlights a study on how having youth involved in religious activities helps youth to resist the abuse of illicit drugs. Dan Metzger, author of "How NOT to Ruin Christmas," helps us identify our holiday expectations, how putting inordinate focus on them can negatively impact us and those around us if not met, and how staying focused on God's gift of Jesus. Faith Radio podcasts are made possible by your support. Give now: Click here
It’s not the car, it’s the memories – Nick Pitts | Loving Jewish and Palestinian peoples amid the war – Luke Moon
The Institute for Global Engagement's Nick Pitts looks news headlines, including a heart-warming video put out by Chevrolet of a family loving their grandmother who is struggling with dementia. Luke Moon of the Philos Project updates us on the renewed conflict between Hamas and Israel, how people are being affected, and offers ways to stand with Palestinians caught in the cross-fire, as well as Jewish people being targeted around the world. Faith Radio podcasts are made possible by your support. Give now: Click here
When other peoples traumas traumatize you – Linda Mintle | Finding strength from someone else’s death-defying joy – Tim Keesee
The Relationship Doctor, Linda Mintle, helps us understand trauma, how we can be traumatized when we see other people's trauma, and how we can best process them. She also offers us ways of calming ourselves during the hustle and bustle of the holidays. Tim Keesee, author of "A Day's Journey," shares real life stories about people who through the hope of the Gospel and the joy of salvation have lived lives that defy the world and live boldly for the Kingdom of God. Faith Radio podcasts are made possible by your support. Give now: Click here
Your boring job is your mission field – Carmen LaBerge | Being a mender in our polarized world – Daniel Bennett
Carmen shares the story of New York taxi driver Kent Nurburn and the evening his otherwise boring job turned into a moment of beautiful ministry. Uneasy Citizenship blogger Daniel Bennett talks about "Mending Divisions Academy," a movement to live out peacemaking and true Biblical kindness in our world and society torn by polarization. He also reflects on the life of the late Sandra Day O'Connor, a former Supreme Court justice. Faith Radio podcasts are made possible by your support. Give now: Click here
Helpful YouTube channels for you and your family – Adam Holz | Getting your glow back for the holidays and beyond – Kim Dolan Leto
Plugged In's Adam Holz looks talks about Plugged In's year-end picks for best YouTube channels that are fun and helpful for families. He also reviews movies, including Beyonce's new concert movie. Fit God's Way's Kim Dolan Leto talks about things to do for your body and for your heart to help return more joy and wholeness to help you through the holidays and after. Faith Radio podcasts are made possible by your support. Give now: Click here
Engaging the public square without losing your friends or selling your soul | Tear-stained joy – Daniel DeWitt
Denise Grace Gitsham, author of "Politics for People Who Hate Politics," addresses the problem of seeking and standing up for truth in the public square, but doing so without love. Theolatte's Daniel DeWitt talks about joy and sorrow are not mutually exclusive in this life. But there will be a time when all tears will be wiped away. Faith Radio podcasts are made possible by your support. Give now: Click here
Love this podcast!
Carmen has great insights plus she’s a great interviewer! I love her topics and conversations!
This is a podcast that is void of ulterior motives. No agenda other than to help us walk closer to Him. The very best way to start the day.
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.