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Learn how to live a life of fullness and how to recover your emotional harmony with Dr Carmen Roman. She will share with you current psychology by sharing herself and interviewing experts who will inspire you. Living in harmony is possible if you know the psychological effects of your emotions and how to handle them. Subscribe in Apple podcast or visit www.EmotionsinHarmony.org ESPAÑOL Aprende como vivir en plenitud y como recuperar tu salud emocional con la Dra. Carmen Román. Ella compartir ...
 
The Alabaster Jar Podcast is a weekly conversation that takes on current issues impacting women at the intersection of faith, theology, and ministry. Dr. Lynn Cohick, Dr. Ingrid Faro, and Dr. Beth Felker-Jones pour out their wisdom from years in ministry and academia to inspire women to continue advancing God's mission in the world.
 
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Old Testament scholar Carmen Joy Imes shares why she works so hard to take the valuable insights from the best of Old Testament study to help God’s people today. Join this fun conversation with Carmen, Lynn, and Ingrid as they explore everything from praying the Psalms, bearing God’s name as His people, and the implication of being created with God…
 
In first-century Ephesus, life is not easy for women. A young wife meets her daily struggles with equanimity and courage. She holds poverty and hunger at bay, fights to keep her child healthy and strong, and navigates the unpredictability of her husband's temperament. But into the midst of her daily fears and worries, a new hope appears: a teaching…
 
In the throes of the #MeToo movement, our response as Christians is vital. God beckons us to be good Samaritans to those facing trauma and brokenness in the aftermath of abuse and provide safe spaces to heal. Lynn Cohick and Ingrid Farro explore with Mary DeMuth how to foster a culture of honesty and listening and calls on the church to enter the p…
 
What's the big deal about being created in God's image? Hint, it's way more than describing how humans were to live. It defines God's expected relationship with God's family. Lynn Cohick and Ingrid Farro with Catherine McDowell explore the powerful depths of the way the ancient world understood idols. The ways these idols were created have signific…
 
Often we find ourselves in situations where we want to do things or make decisions, but we run into uncertainty and fear of taking action and not taking action. This has to do with the lack of self-confidence we have, where sometimes an external motivation is required to achieve what we want. Confidence in ourselves makes us feel like we are capabl…
 
📝 Register for the Webinar with Lynn Cohick and Beth Allison Barr on Women Transforming the Church and their Communities: https://www.seminary.edu/webinar-women-transforming-the-church-and-their-communities/ The belief that God designed women to be submissive wives, virtuous mothers, and joyful homemakers pervade North American Christianity. From c…
 
Have you ever wondered why you regularly wake up at 3 am? Although people think this is a supernatural sign, there might be deeper reasoning behind this. Join us in this short episode and find out Dr. Carmen's opinion about this topic! Learn Simple Steps to Manage your Anxiety!: https://academy.emotionsinharmony.org/courses/simple-steeps-for-managi…
 
Women have been central to the work of Christian ministry from the time of Jesus to the twenty-first century. Yet the story of Christianity is too often told as a story of men. Lynn Cohick, Leanne M. Dzubinski & Anneke H. Stasson explore their favorite stories from the women they included in their book. History is clear that women have played an in…
 
Sometimes we come across situations in which we question the things we have achieved, for example when we go to a job interview, and they ask us questions such as "Tell me 5 positive things about yourself" or "Tell me about the great things you have achieved", that's when we may notice that perhaps it can be easier for us to identify our defects th…
 
God is placing women in strategic positions of influence and leadership within the church, public, corporate, charity, and voluntary sectors, in unprecedented numbers. Women are called to flourish in these areas. However, there are significant external and internal issues that hinder women in leadership in unique ways. Lynn Cohick and Kate Coleman …
 
The scene in the Gospels of Mary anointing Jesus is key to understanding what it means to be a disciple. It flips gender stereotypes, perceived faithfulness to Jesus, and the values of the world on their head. Lynn Cohick, Ingrid Faro, and Beth Felker Jones unpack why this story represents the title of the podcast and how it invites women to follow…
 
People tend to say that "to remember is to live", it is certainly very nice to think about those pleasant situations that we lived in our childhood or a few years ago, and it's very common to sit with our friends and family to relive those precious moments. It is normal that we turn to the past to remember who we are and where we came from, however…
 
Many Christians avoid reading theology for fear they won't understand it or out of a misconception that it's only meant for the academic elite. Lynn Cohick and Karin Spiecker Stetina shed light on how to gain greater context on theology to make it more accessible. Everyone has the ability to take steps toward growing in our ability to be good stude…
 
Engaging with the Bible is engaging with a conversation with God. Lynn Cohick and Jeannine Brown help us navigate how to engage well in this conversation. Conversations with God empower the underprivileged and always champions a multitude of voices. Learn more about Jeannnine's work here - http://bit.ly/AJPodcast_JeannineKBrown…
 
Welcome to the Alabaster Jar! The Alabaster Jar Podcast is a weekly conversation that takes on current issues impacting women at the intersection of faith, theology, and ministry. In our first ever episode you will get the chance to get to know Dr. Lynn Cohick, Dr. Ingrid Faro, and Dr. Beth Felker-Jones. There are some exciting things in store for …
 
Most people have suffered a romantic breakup at least once in their life, a part of these people can quickly recover from that situation, start another relationship again and do much better, but there is another part that finds it difficult to meet new people and get into a romantic relationship after suffering a heartbreak. This happens because th…
 
Frequently we hear the phrase "listen to your intuition" but... do we really know the meaning of this word? Intuition refers to that ability with which we can reach correct conclusions from little information in a short time. They are those decisions that we take with the heart, not with judgment, that is why we also call it "hunch". We could be ap…
 
In our families, especially in Latino families, there is an almost imperceptible factor, since it is not a widely spoken concept, and it is emotional neglect during childhood, this is nothing more than the wrong way to proceed with emotional patterns from parents to children, where the young ones may begin to experience psychological and emotional …
 
Grief and sorrow are sadly a part of life, sometimes we might be prepared for it, and sometimes we won't. How can we deal with these hard feelings while still moving forward? Listening to your grief just like you listen to the rest of your emotions is a great start for the process of getting better at managing this hard feeling, letting it express …
 
Choosing a good partner has always been difficult for most people, but why? To choose a good, compatible partner it's necessary to first know yourself, your likes, dislikes, and the goals that you want to reach in life. Keep in mind that this person that is going to come into your life will also have their own likes, hobbies, and goals. Are you wil…
 
How are you keeping the romance alive while staying at home? The pandemic has made lots of things difficult, and one of those things is keeping a romantic relationship alive. When this situation started and everyone was excited to spend a few days inside their homes many couples were thrilled to have some time to themselves to reconnect and try new…
 
Going through the experience of a divorce without a doubt is a situation that no one wants to go through in their life regardless of the terms in which the relationship has ended. A divorce can be by mutual agreement or not, and it can even come as a surprise for one of the parties. The breakdown of a marriage can become a difficult situation to fa…
 
We have recently gone through many changes at a global level and with those outside changes, we also did the same inside; with the new rhythm of life that we have been adapting, we have acquired endless skills, knowledge, and habits, we have even set our imagination to fly with creativity or we have taken an activity such as a sport or practices su…
 
Throughout the years, eating disorders have been portrayed in media as if it's only a problem that affects heterosexual, young, white females, but in reality, eating disorders have no boundaries and can affect people from any ethnicity, culture, or gender. And even when we don't want to accept it, we have more cases of eating disorders in our commu…
 
The fact that a person has emotional dependencies is a very detrimental factor for oneself since well-being, tranquility and happiness cease to depend on them, becoming dependent on another person, thus, placing an obstacle when expressing their feelings or wishes. Emotional dependence is what happens when a person fosters a disproportionate affect…
 
It is normal for life to have its ups and downs. As human beings, we face a series of tests and obstacles every day that we must overcome and learn from them, sometimes perhaps we do not get out of a situation so gracefully and we tend to feel crestfallen or defeated, however, in these moments we must bring out the best in ourselves and stand up st…
 
People often associate curiosity as an undesirable trait, and when someone curious approaches us, we tend to avoid them. But, is curiosity really a defect or a virtue? Being curious means having the desire to explore and learn more about what surrounds us or to explore a specific topic; curiosity forms an important role in the learning period of an…
 
When is a good time to talk to your children about sex? And what is the correct way to do it? Talking to children about topics such as sexuality and body development can be difficult and sometimes, depending on the culture, it can even be a taboo conversation. But, as difficult or uncomfortable as it may be, these conversations are vital to our chi…
 
Have you ever had to force yourself to go to sleep at night? Do you wake up in the middle of the night and find yourself lying in bed for hours and hours? Maybe you just couldn’t avoid bringing up a difficult conversation with your partner at bedtime? Why not use naps, meals, caffeine intake, and even spiritual practices to help you sleep better? P…
 
Fear is an emotion that every human being has felt. Physiological and normal reactions of fear include increased heartbeat, sweaty hands, greater than normal energy load, insomnia, etc. In this episode, Dr. Carmen Roman helps us to understand our fears at a deeper level so we can learn from them and, of course, face them with greater success. In th…
 
Many people suffer from insomnia and/or difficulty sleeping, even more so when we can be subjected to stress, anxiety, or simply due to bad sleeping habits such as looking at the phone when we are already in bed or watching television until late at night. But surely at some point, we have all fallen asleep listening to some music in the background …
 
The feeling of insecurity is usually a mix of uneasiness, fear, and nervousness that are triggered by multiple situations or thoughts that make us feel vulnerable or inferior to others. For example, the feeling of insecurity can attack us when we think our beauty, intelligence, or situation in life is way worst than our friend's. Insecurity can be …
 
Are you holding onto thoughts and past memories that are hurting you? The more you keep reliving those bad memories in your head and thinking about all the stuff you could have done, the more your mental health will suffer and the more difficult your daily life with turn. But how can we let go of those memories and thoughts? In this episode, Dr. Ca…
 
*IMPORTANT NOTE: If you are going to be celebrating Thanksgiving, please remember to be socially responsible and follow the health rules for this specific global situation. What is something you are grateful for this year? Putting aside all the bad things we've been through this year, there are still a lot of things we can be grateful for. Like for…
 
How can we help a child during adolescence? Once a child passes the first two stages of adolescence, things get very different and some parents even find it more difficult to guide and help their kids in these two final stages of adolescence. In this episode, we bring you the part two of the interview with Dr. Carl Pickhardt where he explains the t…
 
Adolescence includes some big changes that are sometimes hard to accept for both the parents and the child. From the way our body looks to the way we see the world, every little aspect of one's life will change when going through adolescence, and this can cause anxiety for the whole family. But, how can we help a child during adolescence? To get on…
 
What new experiences will we encounter in the new outside world? This year has been filled with multiple situations that have changed the world as we used to know it, and going out to do simple things like taking a walk have now rules that we must follow for our safety. The current global situation has had an effect on all of us; Just like the stud…
 
Are you scared you could transfer your anxiety to your children? Anxiety is rarely a genetic disorder, however, kids can and will copy the behavior that their parents present around them. There are countless ways for children to learn while they are growing, however, one of the ways that stand out in this topic the most is "modeling". Children alwa…
 
*WARNING* The episode you are about to listen to is a delicate one, and it could cause you feelings of sadness and uncomfortableness. How vulnerable should we be with our own selves? Being sad is okay sometimes, and acknowledging that you are sad is even better. Even though sadness is the emotion that nobody wants to feel ever in their life, it is …
 
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