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Situated along the Faulkner county line some 30 miles north of Little Rock, Arkansas, what was once a 20-acre tract of overgrown pasture and timberland has since been converted into the happy, Christian homestead, homeschool, retreat, and residence for this seven-member family. Follow our journey as we share important lessons we've learned along the way.For more information, visit www.thekinnardhomestead.com
 
Each month for more than 40 years, Dudley Hall has shared from his heart what God is teaching him. Refreshing, candid, and honest expressions of God’s grace in Dudley’s life inhabit these messages of grace and simplicity. Liberation from legalism as well as total involvement in the Kingdom of God give balance to a message designed to fulfill our destiny in Christ. Dudley’s gift of teaching allows him to share the simplicity and truth of God’s message in a way that encourages his listeners to ...
 
Sacred Ordinary Days with Jenn Giles Kemper explores faith where it hits the pavement of work, relationships, creativity, and real life. Inspired by Jenn’s curiosity and faith (and her work as a minister and spiritual director) we’re crafting a show to help you meaningfully explore your own life with Christ — and ultimately lead you to become more wholly human and more fully faithful. On Tuesdays, join us for a conversation with folks whose words, work, and witness have shaped our team’s und ...
 
Travis Morin is a Pastor in Roatan, Honduras. After 16 years running a multi-million dollar advertising agency in Tennessee, Travis and his family left the states in 2012 to begin Roatan Mission Fellowship, a 501 C3 organization and pursue service to the Lord in Central America. He and his wife have been married since 1995 and have four children. He is involved in church planting, pastor training, dump ministry and evangelism. His heart is for God's Word and for God's people to be actively b ...
 
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If you’re a soap maker and looking for a more efficient and effective way to turn out marvelous bars of soap, try the “Heat Transfer Method.” This variation of cold process soap making ditches the need for a thermometer and waiting long periods of time trying to get your oils and lye solution within the perfect temp range before blending. Such a gr…
 
Jesus Christ himself not only modeled what biblical leadership looks like, but he also designed the way the church would be led by servant-leaders, and leading servants. Today we look at the two official offices of the church, why they matter, how the requirements really apply to us all, and how only Jesus makes leading possible.…
 
"What a man is alone on his knees before God, that he is—and no more.” More important than the impression you give to your church family on Sunday or to your social media friends throughout the week is the impression you make at home approaching God in private prayer. In this episode, Tim talks about the important role of sincere, “un-photoshopped”…
 
God has put in place a design of wide-ranging order for all of creation and human society at all levels. Human flourishing and God’s glory is brought about when we live into, and all submit to this ordering of creation and society. Today we look at the challenging call for men and women, created equal by God, to submit to the God-given order of dis…
 
Recent surveys reveal that 52% of American workers feel burn out, which has spiked during the Covid-19 era. A myriad of factors contribute to it, but an obvious one is the vulnerability of individualistic isolation. The old western civilization icon of the self- made, self-sufficient, enlightened human is being exposed as the fraud it has always be…
 
The health a nation is influenced by the health of the church, the health of the church is influenced by the health of the home, and the health of the home is influenced by the health of the marriage bed. In this episode Tim talks about the importance of marital intimacy in the life of the Christian Home, and practical steps husbands and wives can …
 
Chapter 1 is all about Paul’s CHARGE to Timothy and the people of God to protect the gospel from the distortions of false teachers which cause division and pride. We are charged to not only to celebrate the gospel, but so work it into our personal lives and churches that we overflow with praise as Paul did, due to God’s grace overflowing in his lif…
 
The biblical practice of rest is generally accepted as an important means of grace by the average Christian family. The role that entertainment plays in the process of that rest, on the other hand, continues to be a topic of much debate. In this episode, Tim talks about the biblical categories of leisure and entertainment in the Christian home, and…
 
This week in Sanctification 2.0 we are going to consider how our identity and union with Christ in both his death and resurrection are integral to our change and growth. We will see that it is both by believing in repentant faith, and exercising grace fueled effort, that we can actually live as one who has died to sin and is resurrected with Christ…
 
The level of angst today in society in general and western civilization in particular suggests a deep longing for spiritual renewal and cultural reset. The people who believe that God acts in history in conjunction with the prayers of His people are engaging in prayer and asking: “What might a new awakening look like?” I offer a suggestion and a fe…
 
To ask how we are sanctified is to ask how we change and grow more in obedience to be like Jesus. How does this process of change take place for the disciple of Jesus? Is it just try harder at obeying the commands of God, or is it a lackadaisical approach to change because we have been saved by grace? It is neither. Real change comes from the gospe…
 
Chapter 4 of the Gospel story is a look at the street view response of individuals to the gospel and a future forward look to the Google earth view, restoration of all things. This week we answer the question, how can I be made right, by looking at two sides of the gospel coin of repentance and faith. We will also look towards the end of time as we…
 
Sharing a meal together with your family, fellow believers, and even total strangers can be a biblical way of expressing your faith and an evidence of God's grace in your life. In this episode, Tim talks about the role of the Kitchen and Dining Room in the Christian home and how God uses them to foster fellowship and hospitality in the Christian fa…
 
Chapter 3 of the Gospel story is the heart of the Gospel. This week we answer the question, what will make things right, by looking at Jesus Christ and his life, death and resurrection, and the redemption he brings not only to humanity, but to the entire cosmos. We will examine three concentric circles of gospel reconciliation: the personal, the co…
 
While it's true Jesus puts a priority on the home, the Bible never once suggests the home is his top priority. In this episode, continuing a Bible-study walk through of "the Christian home," Tim discusses the coming and going of those in the Christian family and notices how they treat their home not like their ultimate home at all, but more as a ki…
 
We began our new series last week exploring the mountainous heights from where we began in the garden as image bearers given life, identity and purpose to shine God’s glory as royal priests on the globe. This morning we look and see just how great our fall was by examining what took place at the center of the garden and a horrific exchange that too…
 
This morning we are beginning our new series on the Gospel. Throughout this series we are going to be looking at the Gospel on two levels. One is the personal street view level. The other is the cosmic Google Earth view. My hope is that by weaving the two together we will see that the Gospel is even more than we hoped for. Today we begin where it a…
 
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