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Saying Yes to God with Laura Leigh Turner
This week Laura Leigh Turner talks about saying yes to God, debuting on Broadway, walking through having the show canceled due to Covid, learning to trust God in every season, and looking for opportunities to build community and share the gospel along the way. Laura Leigh made her Broadway debut as Karen Smith in Mean Girls in 2020. She leads a women’s Bible study each week called Rise Collective Women. Sign up here to join!
Check out the podcast Laura Leigh hosts called Living in the Light.
The Faith of John's Gospel with Ben Williams
In this week's podcast, we're talking to Ben Williams about his new book The Faith of John's Gospel published by So We Speak. This book is both an overview of the essentials of the faith and a study of the Gospel of John.
Get your copy today!
Watch the podcast on our Youtube channel: https://youtu.be/-IwmfEYx9ds
Best of 2020: Finding Freedom in Christ with Zach and Chelsea Schemmer
Zach and Chelsea tell their stories about finding Christ, sobriety, and each other and turning their messes into ministries through Hope Is Alive.
Best of 2020: Accountability, Theology, and the Woman Caught in Adultery
This week we're answering questions from listeners:
How can pastors be held accountable when they don't know everyone in the church? (1:10)
Should the story of the woman caught in adultery be in the Bible? (18:00)
How should Christians engage in politics and legislation? (33:55)
What books do you recommend for learning more about theology? (47:40)
What books are you reading that you recommend? (54:45)
If you have a question email us at Info@sowespeak.com
The Best Books of 2020
It's time for one of our favorite episodes of the year - the best books of 2020. We recommend our overall favorites, Christian books (11:48), fiction (20:00), history (25:00), niche and nerdy favorites (38:05), and what we're looking forward to in 2021 (52:00).
Let us know what books you enjoyed in 2020!
The Supreme Court and Religious Liberty with Terry Feix
Last week the Supreme Court granted an injunction against lockdown restrictions in New York. What does this ruling tell us about religious liberty and how to practice our faith during the coronavirus? Should churches stay open? Even more importantly, who gets to decide? In this episode, we talk about the ruling, the various opinions, and broader religious liberty trends in the country.
"Equal Justice Under Law: A Win for Religious Liberty" - Cole Feix
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How disappointing for you to have Dr. Fisher as a guest. Listening to him explain why he still held church, well after it was obvious it was dangerous because “they only sit in groups of 400” was so disgusting I had to turn this off. Be better.