Join Women of the Table as they discuss the “hot topic” of Christian discipleship. What is discipleship? How should it be done? What are common hindrances and how can we answer those hindrances? And, can we solely do long distance discipleship? In this episode we also break down Susan Heck’s fabulous book on discipleship and respond to answers from our listeners regarding their own discipleship struggles.
Can Christians be funny? SHOULD they be funny? Can Christians have a God honoring sense of humor?!?
Despite popular belief, Christians don’t have to abandon humor in order to pursue Christian virtue. On the contrary, Christians should be the most joy-filled, grateful, and fun-loving people. Betsy and Michelle discuss how we should employ the gift of laughter, humor, and joking. Are there humorous instances in scripture? Can we properly understand the seriousness of sin and still laugh at a good joke? Or…make a good joke?!
Why should Christians think about technology? Technology offers insight into what problems human’s seek to solve, and how (rightly and wrongly) to solve them, reveal our worldview, and change the way we operate on a daily basis.
In this episode, Michelle and Betsy are reunited after months of quarantine, and discuss a new TV show that involves uploading consciousness, Amish decision making, and cutting off limbs.
It’s a fun one! We laughed and we cried, quite literally.
Let us know your thoughts on technology! How do you determine what tech to use and what to reject? Do you think we will use and develop technology in Heaven? And the ultimate question of: if we can, should we?
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Chances are, you or someone you know, has experienced a form of mental turmoil or has been diagnosed with a mental illness. So, some questions must be asked: how, as Christians, should we view psychology and Christianity? What worldviews are at play and what are their implications? What are the dangers of taking a biblicist or solely scientific approach? If you are in Christ, what is God’s purpose in this manner of suffering?
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We’ve seen unbiblical meditation being suggested by doctors, friends, and our favorite internet personalities. As Christians we may know that this type of meditation is unbiblical, but why? And most of all, what does the Bible call us to do, in regards to meditation? What does it mean to meditate on the Word of God? Do you practice this often neglected discipline? Get some quick info and tips on how to practice meditating on the Word of God, along side Michelle!
In this short episode of WoTT, Betsy is flying solo. Enjoy her ramblings about soft pretzels, gardening and UFOs! Don’t forget to let us know if this episode brighten your day or left you confused lol!
Do you consider yourself a fearful person? Did you know that the Bible addresses our fear, in the form of instruction, over 300 times? Scripture has a lot to say about our fears and Who we *should* fear. During this tumultuous time, join Betsy and Michelle as they discuss the comfort that can be found in God as our refuge. Fear of God destroys fear of all else.
The study method that was employed in this episode can be found here.
We want you to become familiar with studying the Word of God, yourself, and hope that our resources and these episodes will help in that endeavor!
Off to the Word, friends!
Michelle and Betsy
Join Betsy and Michelle on this special Bible study episode, where they trek through the first chapter of James. Tag along and learn how to apply the study method outlined in the blog and discover the great joy believers have when facing trial, because of the great and good God we serve.
In this episode, Michelle gives us a brief history over the current trend of deliverance ministries, defines demon possession and oppression, asks the question:”can Christians become possessed?” and explains Who can really deliver us.
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