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SheFindsTruth

She Finds Truth is a podcast about reality, Jesus, and everyday life. It's about discovering God is using us right where we are - in the midst of our craziness! - to glorify Him and sanctify us. Bottom line, it's the podcast for believers about how our faithful God is working in the chaos of our daily lives.
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Now displaying: April, 2017
Apr 25, 2017

In which I take a few minutes to welcome the new listeners, and talk about why the church needs to be talking more about mental health. Then I tackle the concept of GRACE in our parenting and in our dealings with other humans (not God). 

Here's the post from Intentional Moms that includes me on a list of best podcasts for Moms! 

Here are the links to a few shows where I talk at length about how great the doctrine of vocation is. 

04: Knowing God's Will for Your Life

25: God's Plan vs. My Reality

30: Now What? 

Last week's blog post about depression got a decent amount of traffic and seemed to resonate with many people. 

Then I did a podcast about it where I focus more on the role of God's promises in my valley. 

Bottom line: Don't tell depressed people they just need to pray more. We all need to pray more.

GRACE

When the Bible uses the word 'grace' it tends to be talking about the Grace of God. So I define grace a few different ways and then mention how dead we were in our sin. 

link to movie scene on youtube

Ephesians 2:4-10 comes into play and so does Hebrews 4:16

Bottom line on grace and parenting: We can show mercy and grace to our kids while still having them face the consequences of their behavior. 

Bottom line on grace and the rest of our relationships: Our challenge as Christians is to model healthy relationships where we aren't acting as if there are no consequences for anything, but still live lives that reflect forgiveness, compassion, and love. That we recognize what a good thing 'boundaries' can be, but also when we make those boundaries we do not build them out of anger and resentment. And that we are willing to move boundaries as our relationships grow, heal, and develop. 

 

Reminder: I am not a professional. :) I just have a lot of opinions and I spend a decent amount of time in Scripture trying to figure out how all this fits together.

 

To continue the conversation, find me on TWITTER, go to the facebook page, or email me! - angiejean.99@gmail.com.

Check out blog posts on www.shefindstruth.com!

Production Notes · music - Spoke in the Wheel by Electric Tangerine Audio at http://audiojungle.net/user/ElectricTangerine · Vocal Introduction by Kena Clark ·  Intro/Outro Production by Bradley Hofbauer

 

Apr 19, 2017

This week I ignored the alarms going off in my head and I posted on the blog about how crappy I've been feeling and what kind of anxiety and maybe even depression I've been toying with. It's nothing like some people have to face, which is one reason I'm hesitant to even bring it up. Nevertheless, a few things talked me into it including getting to explain the silver lining - the promises of God that were in clear view pretty much the whole time I was feeling super lame. 

So here's the blog post and I talk more in depth about it on today's podcast, but the really great part of the podcast is what comes after when I get to talk about all the promises of God that come to light as we observe and celebrate Holy Week. (Admit it; it's hard not to celebrate the Lord's Supper on Maundy Thursday even though a few minutes later we are hearing about his arrest.) Anyway, so many good things Jesus' resurrection confirms for us!  

I mention a blog post I wrote about the Saturday of Easter weekend. Here is that link if you want to check it out. 

The last several minutes of the show I talk about a survey I recently created and I've had over 100 people take, asking about Devotionals. I'm curious what people are looking for especially because I have a burning desire to create some! I'd love it if you took the survey. You can find it on the blog post called About Devotionals. 

Thanks for listening! 

 

To continue the conversation, find me on TWITTER, go to the facebook page, or email me! - angiejean.99@gmail.com.

Check out blog posts on www.shefindstruth.com!

Production Notes · music - Spoke in the Wheel by Electric Tangerine Audio at http://audiojungle.net/user/ElectricTangerine · Vocal Introduction by Kena Clark ·  Intro/Outro Production by Bradley Hofbauer

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