How can I learn to pray? How can I grow in contentment when I’m single but would rather be married? How can I overcome the same old fears? How can I trust God with the people I love when they don’t believe in Him?
Whew! Good questions, right?
Well, today on the 4:13 Podcast, we are sitting around the bistro table at Fresh Grounded Faith answering those questions and many more.
In today’s climate of turmoil and uncertainty, complicated feelings run rampant. Yet the God who created your emotions has also given you everything you need to navigate them.
Today’s guest, Dr. James Merritt, is going to help you understand and apply the Bible’s practical guidance for handling difficult emotions, including jealousy, anxiety, rage, and loneliness.
When someone gets a cancer diagnosis, they get all sorts of extras right along with it, like fear, anxiety, and uncertainty.
Well today’s guest, Niki Hardy, had already lost her mom and sister to cancer when she got her own diagnosis of cancer. But she decided early on that she wouldn’t put life on hold because of the dreaded C-word. Instead, she chose to be a thriver, not just a survivor.
Get ready, sister! We’re going to St. Louis, Missouri, for a Fresh Grounded Faith conference. But don’t worry—there’s no need to pack your bags! Since we’re going on the podcast, that means St. Louis is coming to you!
Today I’m joined by former Facts of Life actress, Lisa Whelchel, plus former lead singer of Newsong, Michael O’Brien, and we’re answering all kinds of questions from the audience. We like to call this part of the conference “Spill the Beans,” and it’s one of my favorites because we share lots of laughter while also getting real about our faith.
During Debbye Turner Bell’s reign as Miss America, she was asked countless times, “How did you do it?” Everybody wanted to know how—in her words—this little black girl from Jonesboro, Arkansas, ended up winning one of the most iconic titles in the world.
But Debbye quickly realized the question really wasn’t about the process; it was about the possibility. They wanted to know how they, too, could overcome the odds and find success, especially when facing opposition.
Do you ever struggle with trusting God when your life doesn’t go according to plan? Oh, friend, I think a lot of us do! And, in 2020, none of our lives have gone as we’d hoped or expected.