The COVID-19 pandemic is pushing all of our anxiety buttons; loss of loved ones, financial loss, being stuck inside with people who are getting on your nerves or--perhaps more difficult--alone. How do you walk by faith in the darkness of uncertainty? What do you do with the worry that keeps you up at night? In this episode, Juli and her guests tackle these questions with encouragement and practical wisdom. Grab your java and join us!
Guests: Angie Smith & Linda Dillow
What do you do when you find yourself in a situation you don't like, didn't sign up for, and can't wait to be done with? (Social distancing, anyone?) Our friend Tricia Lott Williford is back and she's got a new book out about waiting. "Everyone takes their turn in the waiting room. It's a long and painful fact of life, but shortcuts and microwaves aren't the answer. God is at work behind the scenes in invisible ways you can't see...yet." Join us!
Guests: Tricia Lott Williford & Hannah Nitz
The famous Proverbs 31 woman was "clothed in strength and dignity." She was strong! But perhaps not by our culture's standard. She possessed a feminine strength that didn't outwit, out-muscle, or tear down her relationships with others. In this episode, we'll discuss how the women-can-do-anything-men-can-do message diminishes some of the integral and beautiful parts of our femininity.
Guest: Mary Kassian
Are you constantly preoccupied with what others think about you? With how you look, how much money you make, or how many Instagram followers you have? There’s an unpopular explanation for that: idolatry. Thankfully, Jesus offers us freedom from the stronghold of constant comparison. Grab your java and join us!
Guest: Heather Creekmore
Our culture is throwing off the limitations of two biological genders and embracing the idea that we can define for ourselves who we want to be (and what gender, if any). And why not? Is there a reason God created us male and female? Join Juli and her guests for a lively (and controversial) conversation about what it means to be feminine or masculine and why gender matters.
Guests: Sarah J. O'Connor & Glenn Stanton