Dig into popular cultural messages and current events as wel help teach women how to independently discern biblical truth in a secular world.
We share Gospel-centered discussions about how to live with grace and truth as a disciple of Jesus in our secular culture.
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Discernment in Self Help Culture
This week Kelly Needham and I talk about how we can use discernment in the self help culture that we are saturated in.
We talk about questions like:
How do we know what messages we can trust and listen to?
How do we know what speakers and teachers are trustworthy?
How does it look, practically, to use discernment when reading self help messages, or anything, in general?
Kelly tells us to saturate ourselves in the Gospel, and in her words, to "always look for the good."
The Cultural Climate of Self Help Culture
This week Alisa Childers and I dug into our modern culture and the popular ideologies that help support the self esteem gospel. We talked about ideas like pluralism, moralistic therapeutic deism, progressive Christianity, and more.
It’s my hope that this discussion will give you a better understanding of the ideologies around the self esteem gospel, why they aren’t supported by the gospel, and why the Gospel is our true solution for humanity’s struggles.
"Self Care" with Emily Jensen
The cultural understanding of self-care falls short of Gospel-hope. It's often something people put false hope in– the Gospel’s definition of rest is the only thing that will give us peace and true rest.
Self care can become something we do to find peace and freedom on our own apart from God. In this episode, Emily Jensen and I talk about how caring for ourselves is good and holy, but how culture's understanding falls short and how the Gospel's answer gives us true rest.
"You Are Enough" with Gretchen Saffles
This week on the podcast I talked with Gretchen Saffles about the popular message “you are enough.” In this episode, Gretchen and I talk about how knowing God is the only one who is enough in our place is the only true way of finding freedom from our lack of “enoughness.”
This phrase is a popular one in culture, but without a foundation in Christ, this phrase leads us to ourselves and our own efforts.
"Self Love" with Blake Guichet
Our culture implies to us that loving ourselves enough will give us freedom from insecurity, but in this episode we talk about how loving God is the way we find that freedom, even though it sounds backwards. We believe that loving ourselves is not a bad thing–but a God honoring thing with a proper heart posture–but that it doesn’t follow through on it’s promise to free us from insecurity.
Biblically Following Dreams with Alli Worthington
We've spent this season talking about messages in the self esteem gospel, ones that point you to your dreams, and their lack of a biblical foundation. But in this episode, Alli and I talk about how to *biblically* pursue our dreams.
Alli mentions how playing “small” and holding back is almost a false humility, is not biblical, and how our “calling” is found in loving Jesus and telling others about him with our lives, however that looks for us as individuals.
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Meagan helps remind us of Biblical truths in a self-focused culture. I appreciate her down-to-earth style that makes her super relatable and honest as she points our easily distracted hearts and minds back to Christ. I highly recommend you give this podcast a listen. Thank you, Meagan, for putting this resource together to inspire and encourage women to pursue Christ with great joy and enthusiasm.