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Life in the Kingdom Podcast
41 minutes | Oct 22, 2021
Tackling Abuse in Christian Marriages: Author Cindy Burrell Explains How Churches Can Help Victims
How should Christians respond to the thorny and increasingly visible problem of spousal abuse in Christian marriages? Hurtbylove.com founder Cindy Burrell, author of "Reformulating the Christian Marriage Counseling Model Where Abuse Is Involved," unpacks the dynamics of abuse in relationships and how the Church can help extend the hope of the Gospel to victims and not enable further harm.
36 minutes | Oct 1, 2021
What is 'Violent' Faith? Author Kim Maas Unpacks What it Means to Live in the Way of God's Kingdom
Author and speaker Kim Maas explains that the ways of God's Kingdom that Jesus inaugurated are actually violent: violent love, violent forgiveness, violent healing, violent deliverance, violent peace. What does this mean and what does it look like? It's spiritual warfare, learning to do battle against evil like Jesus did.
35 minutes | Sep 13, 2021
Are Miraculous Healings Real? Filmmaker Elijah Stephens Bridges the Gap Between Science and the Supernatural
Filmmaker Elijah Stephens bridges the gap between science and the supernatural, medical testing and claims of divine, miraculous healing in a new documentary film called "Send Proof." He engages the best arguments for and against miracles of healing and investigates if these instances can be backed up with scientific evidence, engaging a wide variety of biblical scholars and Pentecostal ministers in addition to skeptic and atheist thought leaders and authors.
35 minutes | Aug 27, 2021
Why Revival Is America's Only Hope
Pastor Shane Idleman weighs in on the current state of affairs and why a genuine revival, a spiritual awakening is the only hope for the United States, the main theme in his recent book, "Oh Would You Rend The Heavens."
31 minutes | Aug 6, 2021
What to Do When Ministry Becomes Misery
Pastor Scott Distler endured the searing pain of betrayal in a ministry setting. Yet drawing on the experiences of the prophet Elijah and Joseph, two Old Testament characters who also knew great despair, he emerged victoriously. He explains this and much more in his book "The Cave: When Ministry Becomes Misery."
35 minutes | Jul 16, 2021
How Parents Can Confront the Pornography Scourge With Boldness When It Affects Their Family
Navigating the digital, porn-saturated world is challenging and painful for parents but it is essential that they engage it, especially as it pertains to their kids, with courage. Authors Daniel Weiss and Josh Glaser provide a roadmap for moms and dads in their new book, "Treading Boldly through a Pornographic World" articulating how they can be empowered to resist the destructive forces in the culture that corrupt children in this way while instilling in their families the truths and redeeming power of the Gospel.
44 minutes | Jun 29, 2021
Filmmaker Unpacks the Driving Forces Rushing Kids Into Hormonal, Surgical Gender-Transition
Filmmaker Jennifer Lahl of the Center for Bioethics & Culture Network details what is fueling the rapid push to set children, teens, and young adults on a pathway of experimental transgender medicalization such as puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones, and body-disfiguring gender surgeries, and the journey of making her latest documentary called "Trans Mission: What's the Rush to Reassign Gender?"
31 minutes | Jun 22, 2021
Christian Baker Reveals Details of His Religious Liberty Battle — and How God Sustained Him
Jack Phillips and his attorney join Life in the Kingdom and open up about what it has been like fighting ongoing religious liberty battles in American courts, including the United States Supreme Court and how he relied on God during one of the most crucial First Amendment battles in history — themes he elaborates on in his memoir "The Cost of My Faith: How a Decision in My Cake Shot Tood Me to the Supreme Court."
46 minutes | Jun 4, 2021
A Fresh Look at the 'Deconstruction' Trend
In this episode of Life in the Kingdom, Tommy Hinson, who was interviewed in The Christian Post's award-winning article series called "Leaving Christianity" in 2019, unpacks what is behind the increasingly visible presence of Christians who have deconstructed their faith, how it can be a good thing when pursued with honest motives, and what is driving this phenomenon. Hinson is an Anglican pastor who leads Church of the Advent just outside of Washington, DC.
32 minutes | May 14, 2021
'Brave and Bold': Empowering Men to Walk With God
In this episode of "Life in the Kingdom," pastor Marty Machowski explains how real strength comes from following Jesus and reflecting him to a watching world, unpacking the truth that becoming a real man means trusting God in every area of life.
42 minutes | Apr 9, 2021
Untwisting Scriptures: Author Rebecca Davis Breaks Down Where People Go Wrong on the Bible
Author Rebecca Davis breaks down where people go wrong on the Bible, and how we can all take the proper approach to scripture.
37 minutes | Mar 26, 2021
As Biblical Prophecies Unfold, Is the Jewish Temple's Real Location Hiding in Plain Sight?
Brandon Showalter sits down with Dr. Christian Widener, author of the new book, "The Temple Revealed: The True Location of the Jewish Temple Hidden in Plain Sight," to discuss Widener's fascinating belief that the real location of the Jewish temple might be hiding in plain sight.
31 minutes | Mar 12, 2021
Seeing God's Plans in the Midst of Our Circumstances: Pastor Keion Henderson's Inspiring Story
Keion Henderson, pastor of The Lighthouse Church in Houston, Texas, has a powerful and compelling personal story. And through it, he's been able to see God's plans in the midst of chaos. Henderson discusses how to handle transitions and how to cope. Listen to him share his incredible story and the lessons he teaches in his book, "The Shift: Courageously Moving from Season to Season."
39 minutes | Feb 12, 2021
Debunking myths about how children are affected when adults pursue ‘happiness’
Author Katy Faust of Them Before Us says it’s time to respect the rights of children as she discusses how adults often make decisions at the expense of children as well as the devastating consequences of divorce and reproductive technology, among other issues.
44 minutes | Jan 29, 2021
Why Christian men can’t find an inspiring example of manhood in churches
Many churches tend to present a "nice" and convenient Jesus, offering little in the way of manhood. But Parker Green, author of Way of the Violent, wants Christian men to see who Jesus truly is and how He exemplified strength and power through humility and sacrifice.
39 minutes | Jan 15, 2021
Teens are being shaped by the digital world; here’s what you can do about it
It’s the smartphone generation where youths are constantly connected to the digital world and their identities are largely being shaped through it. Jason and Lisa Frost, authors of The Glass Between Us, discuss how to tackle the challenges that come with “digital natives” and how to help youths journey through adolescence without being exploited.
38 minutes | Jan 1, 2021
Mental illness and helping the Church not to overspiritualize it
The Church doesn't like to talk about mental illness and has long overspiritualized it. Ryan Casey Waller, author of Depression, Anxiety, and Other Things We Don't Want to Talk About, says it's time to engage in more nuanced discussions that doesn't involve shaming or simplifying it as a faith issue.
32 minutes | Dec 18, 2020
A pastor encounters Jesus amid grief losing 37-year-old son
Pastor Bruce Boria, who lost his son in a kayak accident this year, discusses grief, the endurance of faith and how the Holy Spirit comforted him in a surprising vision.
36 minutes | Dec 4, 2020
Former drug addict finds God’s promises on the yellow brick road
A former drug addict who was incarcerated for 10 years, Pastor Juan Martinez details how the Holy Spirit revealed biblical truths through one of the most popular children's stories, The Wizard of Oz, and how God transformed his life to now reach people with the truth of Christ.
42 minutes | Nov 20, 2020
The misunderstood gift of prophecy and what God really intends it for
Prophecy is an often misunderstood gift of the Holy Spirit largely due to abuses, bad teaching or lack of teaching altogether. Wanda Alger, a recognized fivefold prophet through DOVE USA, addresses this and specifies the purpose the gifts of the Spirit serve.
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