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What Holds Us Back — Uniquely Wired E3

In order to be who God has created us to be, we much destroy strongholds, the erroneous mindsets or thought processes that hinder our growth.

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You on Purpose with Stephanie Shackelford and Bill Denzel

“What should I do with my life?” Shackelford and Denzel help answer this question with 4 research-based steps for discovering your calling.

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Discover Your Purpose — Uniquely Wired E2

Our specific identity and purpose is rooted in the fact that we are both uniquely wired and uniquely placed by God.

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What Defines You? — Uniquely Wired E1

One foundational question, though every human must answer it, proves rather difficult to determine: “Who are you?”

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You Are Not Your Own with Alan Noble

Author Alan Noble discusses how the truth that we are not our own radically changes our understanding of ourselves, others, and God.

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Love Me Anyway with Jared C. Wilson

Jared C. Wilson joins the show to discuss how God’s perfect love fills our deepest longing—to be loved anyway.

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Urgency and Rest — Joshua E4

Settling into the Promised Land, the people of Israel are faced with two realities: they can finally rest, and they still have work to do.

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Obedience in the Battle — Joshua E3

As the people of Israel begin to take the Promised Land, their ability to have a strong and courageous obedience to God is tested.

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The God of the Garden with Andrew Peterson

Andrew Peterson shares how the God of the Garden is always present, working and keeping what he loves—sometimes planting, sometimes pruning.

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Entering the Promised Land — Joshua E2

In Joshua 1-5, the people of God must look back to remember what God has done in order to faithfully face what is yet come.

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Getting Back to the Garden — Joshua E1

God’s charge to “be strong and courageous” gives us a model for how to live now, already justified in Christ but still awaiting his return.

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Practical Help for Building Spiritual Disciplines

Shame is not the way. So what does it look like to build spiritual disciplines that are rooted in the grace and love of Christ?