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The purpose of the Walking on Water Podcast is to encourage and inspire you as women of God, to give you hope and remind you of your value and purpose in life. And above all to discover the power of focusing on Jesus when life is good or bad. My name is Lynette Carpenter and I’ve been married to my husband, Tim, for over twenty five years. Together, we have 4 children and have been involved in teen ministry for most of our married life.

The Walking on Water Podcast Lynette Carpenter

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The purpose of the Walking on Water Podcast is to encourage and inspire you as women of God, to give you hope and remind you of your value and purpose in life. And above all to discover the power of focusing on Jesus when life is good or bad. My name is Lynette Carpenter and I’ve been married to my husband, Tim, for over twenty five years. Together, we have 4 children and have been involved in teen ministry for most of our married life.

    S2 E19 - Simple Steps to Mentoring Others Part 2

    S2 E19 - Simple Steps to Mentoring Others Part 2

    Today we are continuing our conversation about mentoring others.  If you missed last week, go back to Episode 18 and then come back and join us for the rest of today’s subject of mentoring others.

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    • 17 min
    S2 E18 - Simple Steps to Mentoring Others Part 1

    S2 E18 - Simple Steps to Mentoring Others Part 1

    In a world full of loneliness, depression and anxiety, I feel passionate about reaching those who are struggling with day to day life.  And as a youth leader, I see it all around me.

    How can we help our teens?  How can we be an encouragement to those around us?  The problem is daunting - but Jesus gave us the answer - and it’s one I want to talk about today.  Welcome to the show.

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    • 16 min
    S2 E17 - Easter - The Greatest Love Story

    S2 E17 - Easter - The Greatest Love Story

    Do you know how loved you are?  Have you stopped to consider the price that was paid so that you could be in relationship with Jesus?

    Easter is coming up and I had to take this opportunity to reflect on what Jesus’ death and resurrection means to me.

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    • 17 min
    S2 E16 - Calling Out Shame - Conclusion

    S2 E16 - Calling Out Shame - Conclusion

    I’m challenged to ask myself if I’m living like the forgiven and loved person that I am.  Because when I’m allowing myself to sit in the presence of shame, I am ignoring the gift God gave me when He sent His Son.



    When we know how loved we are, it changes how we live.  It gives us the courage to be imperfect while also allowing ourselves to let go of who shame says we should be in order to be who God says we are.  It’s stepping out of our hiding place in order to be clothed in His grace.



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    • 17 min
    S2 E15 - Calling Out Shame Part 2 - Triggers

    S2 E15 - Calling Out Shame Part 2 - Triggers

    We would never go into battle without researching the strategies of the enemy forces, would we?  That would be foolish.  So in the same way, it’s important to take time to do all we can to discover how the devil uses shame in our lives as unique individuals.  Because what triggers me might not trigger you…and vice versa.

    Today, we’re dissecting how his strategies affect us, what trigger points to watch for and how to live free from the crippling shame our enemy, the devil, uses it against us.



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    • 16 min
    S2 E14 - Calling Out Shame Part 1

    S2 E14 - Calling Out Shame Part 1

    Guilt points to our sin while shame points to ourselves.



    Guilt says I did a bad thing while shame says I am a bad thing.



    Guilt holds up what we’ve done and compares it to our values and convictions.  When falling short, we feel sorrowful, remorseful and uncomfortable - all feelings that push a person towards repentance and restoration.   



    Shame, however, tells us that we are inherently flawed.  It insists that there is something wrong with us and that we will never be good enough.  That we will never belong.  Never be fully loved.  Never be enough.



    Guilt invites us to redemption, while shame disqualifies us.



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31 Ratings

31 Ratings

camicam:) ,

Love love love!!

Lynette is an amazing leader, role model and overall incredibly inspiring for everyone she encounters!! Her life and love for others reflects Jesus in such a pure way, and her words of wisdom stem from it. She truly takes time to genuinely listen to what the Lord is speaking to her. Thank you Lynette for all the encouragement and guidance!

Tammy Chupp ,

Powerful truth, real examples

I absolutely love this weekly podcast! Lynette shares such practical, yet powerful pictures of truth and godly living. I love listening to her own stories that have proved to be great life lessons, word pictures, and easy to understand examples of the beautiful truths in God’s word. Her two part episodes always leave me waiting for more. She is a woman who knows God, trusts Him and lives a life that demonstrates that. She is a role model to me and many others.

breakfastwithjesus ,

Truth from an Authentic Heart

Lynette is an authentic person who is full of wisdom and anchored in the Truth. What she shares comes from a life of experience and is often peppered with stories and practical tips for making the truths she shares applicable to daily living.

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