Podcasts

Podcast 16: Quick to Hear and Slow to Speak

       James 1:19, “Know this, my beloved brothers: let every person be quick to hear, slow to speak.” Some people are good listeners. It seems to come naturally to them. But most of us need help in learning how to hear, listen, and encourage…

Podcast 15: Speaking the Truth in Love

       As Christians, we know that communication originates in the heart. The good person out of the good treasure of his heart produces good, and the evil person out of his evil treasure produces  evil,  for out of the abundance of the heart his…

Podcast 14: The Heart and the Tongue

       “Out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks” Matthew 12:34. The values that we hold most dear, that are in our heart, are reflected in our speech. In this podcast, we discuss how to prepare your heart, be at peace, have…

Podcast 13: Where Your Treasure Is

       Proverbs 4:23,  “Keep thy heart with all diligence; For out of it are the issues of life.” Since our heart is hard to discern, God gives us a window into what we value, and that is our treasure. “For where your treasure is,…

Podcast 12: The Heart of a Man

        “The heart of the human problem is the problem of the human heart.”  (J. John) The word heart, as used in scripture, does not represent the organ responsible for distributing blood throughout the body. Neither is it to be interpreted as a…

Podcast 11: A New Commandment

       How does Jesus love us? In the same way that He loves us, we are to love one another. This is the new commandment. John 13:34, “A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another: just as I have loved…

Podcast 10: As the Father Has Loved Jesus

       We each want to parent our children well. Today we will look at how Jesus the Son of God, was parented by His heavenly Father. As the father has loved me, John 15:9      Jesus had the blessed assurance and complete…

Podcast 8: Seeing People As God Sees Them

       In 2006 I attended my first Joni and Friends Family Retreat. This was the first time I was face to face with disabilities 24/7. I confess that for the first two days I was very aware of the disabilities all around me….