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How to Stay Hopeful

How to Stay Hopeful

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Learn how to stay hopeful in difficult times and good times, always looking to Jesus as our hope.
Share your faith boldly featured

How to Share Your Faith Boldly

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Learn how to share your faith boldly as we sit down with evangelist Matt Brown on this week's episode of Ask About My Faith Podcast.
Live the Gospel

Learning to Live the Gospel

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Learn to live the gospel and be inspired by the stories shared by this week's guest, Scott Pyle, on the Ask About My Faith podcast.
Christians need to be alert

3 Reasons Why Christians Need to Be Alert

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As believers, we need to be aware of how God is moving. Here are 3 reasons why Christians need to be alert in today's world.
Learning to Walk With the Holy Spirit

Learning to Walk With the Holy Spirit

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Join the faith conversation as we explore what happens when we invite God into our daily lives in this week's podcast recap.
Lessons From Jesus Revolution

Top 5 Lessons From 'Jesus Revolution'

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As believers, we can learn from past faith movements. Here are the top 5 lessons learned from 'Jesus Revolution,' the movie.
Discover the Power of Seeing the One In Front of You, Lo Miller podcast

Discover the Power of Seeing the One In Front of You

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Discover the power of seeing the one in front of you through testimonies from this week's Ask About My Faith Podcast guest, Lo Miller.
Jesus's Command to Love

Mushy Asparagus and Jesus's Command to Love

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What does asparagus have to do with Jesus’s command to love? It's not possible to follow Jesus's command to love on our own.
Evangelize in Your Relationships

How to Evangelize in Your Relationships

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Discover how our podcast guest, Jill Wilson, has learned to evangelize in his everyday life through relationships.
Call to Discipleship

Drop Your Nets, Pick Up Your Cross - The Call to Discipleship

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For Christians, following Jesus means letting go and starting new. We must drop our nets and pick up our cross.