Women's Hope Podcast
The Women's Hope Podcast brings you relevant, practical theology every week with each episode. Kim and Kimberly have a casual conversation about topics that matter to every woman. Our listeners tell us they feel like they've just joined their girlfriends on the sofa for a cup of coffee. Come join us as we chat with each other as well as other Christian influencers like Rosaria Butterfield, Jen Wilkin, Gloria Furman, Aimee Byrd, and Susan Heck. You never know who might pop over for a cuppa joe and some conversation next!
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This episode begins our 9-part series on the Fruit of the Spirit. What is the Fruit of the Spirit? Does every believer have this fruit or is it something we must work at? The first element of the Fruit is love. What kind of love is it and how do we practically apply this love to real life?
We love a good Christian-ese quote to share on social media, don't we? But are these quotes what we're using to build our knowledge of theology? What does the Bible have to say about many of the quotes that we regularly share? Does our Instagram Theology reflect the true teachings of God's Word? And how do we know the difference?
Does your time with the Lord taste like dry toast? Seasons of spiritual dryness are difficult to face. We have some very practical solutions to help you work through this time in your life. Take courage! There is hope!
What's your thought life like? Do you wonder what it means, practically, to take every thought captive to the obedience of Christ? How do we replace the lies we are believing or the sinful thoughts we are fighting with the truth of God's Word?
Nate Pickowicz joins us to discuss his newest book Why We're Protestant: An Introduction to the Five Solas of the Reformation. How do you discern true vs. false Christianity? In the days of the Protestant Reformation, the core tenets of the faith were strenuously examined. In the end, the Reformers maintained that at the heart of the Christian faith stood five main credos: sola Scriptura, sola gratia, sola fide, solus Christus, and soli Deo gloria. This book examines these five "solas" and makes a definitive case for why we're Protestant.
There's wisdom and humility in seeking godly counsel from those who are wiser than us. But what is appropriate to share and what isn't? When seeking counsel in confidence, when do we cross the line into gossip? And how do we counsel those who are just venting or ranting? Today's episode answers questions we have all wrestled through in our relationships with others.
Marci Ferrell of Thankful Homemaker joins us to discuss how to love our husbands better. As wives, we tend to be good at sacrificial love, but how are we doing at the tender, affectionate phileo kind of love in our marriages? How can you bring honor to the Gospel as a wife?
Jess Pickowicz joins us for her very first podcast interview and she's just as awesome as you had hoped. We talk about everything from superstitions and MC Hammer pants to syncretism and sneezing. Listen all the way to the end for a special treat from Jess. (Did you know she's originally from Boston?...Don't miss it!)
Great friendships are a gift from the Lord. How does the Bible define friendship? What do Biblical friendships look like, according to Scripture? How can you be a better friend?
Kevin Laymon joins us on today's episode to share his remarkable testimony from a husband's perspective on the effectiveness of 1 Peter 3:1. Once a convicted felon with a Bible degree, Kevin's wife chose to lovingly, patiently bear with an unbelieving spouse while God graciously used her witness to bring him to salvation. This is a "don't miss" episode. Grab your tissues.