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Acts 21:1-36 INTRO: We continue our study today in Acts chapter 21 and we will be examining verses 1-36. Last week we left the apostle Paul with tears in his eyes warning the elders from Ephesus to be on their guard against false teachers in Acts 20. We saw very powerfully that Paul knew that his time on earth was ending soon. He knew what was abou…
 
Grief is not only the loss of a loved one or friend. There are over 40 live events that can trigger grief, so how do we recognize it, and how do we move forward? Today on the podcast I'm joined by Grief and Loss Coach, Melody Chardon who shares strategies to help us process unresolved grief. Sign up for Melody's free workshop on the 21st of Septemb…
 
Motherhood doesn‘t always look like a perfect Instagram post. The lack of sleep, the feeling of isolation, and then for one in five of us the postpartum depression that can make you feel so unlike yourself. Today I‘m honoured to be joined by filmmaker, blogger and mom, Erin Bagwell. Erin‘s documentary, Year One, shares her experience of the first y…
 
Acts 20:17-38 INTRO: This morning we will continue our look at the book of Acts in chapter 20, and the portion we will look at is in verses 17-38. I find sermons like this, Bible study sermons if you will, very interesting. Because unlike topic sermons which can go into detail on a topic, these study sermons often touch on several topics and will o…
 
Moving is one of the most stressful activities out there. Some people rank it higher in stress than breaking up or getting divorced! Today I wanted to talk to a moving expert, my dear friend Amy Wood who has moved 24 times in her adult life. This episode isn't about packing hacks so much as it is about perspective shifts, when to make certain decis…
 
Acts 20:2-16 INTRO: We are now at chapter 20 in our look at the book of acts. In the past few weeks, we have seen the power of Jesus name. We also saw the power of the gospel to dispel the myths and ignorance about God. Sadly, we also saw how people can go around all excited and yelling even though they do not know what they are excited about, and …
 
We're back!!! The Girl Tries Life podcast is back for a new season all about how to manage the stress of life transitions. I have some awesome guests and solo episodes lined up for you. Today we talk about the stress around starting a new job and the four things to do to set yourself up for success. Check out the first chapter of Stress Less in 90 …
 
Acts 19:17-41 INTRO: Good morning. Today we continue in our look at the book of Acts. Last week we saw that Paul found some disciples who had been baptized with the baptism of repentance, which looked forward to the coming of Christ. Paul explained to them that the baptism for salvation was baptism into Christ. We suggested that we each need to ask…
 
Acts 19:1-16 INTRO: Good morning. Our text for today will be in Acts 19:1-16. I'm going to start with a story. A number of years ago a man was sitting on a park bench when a little boy of about five sat down near him and started looking at what appeared to be a most prized possession, a watch. The man said to the boy, "My, what a good looking watch…
 
Acts 18:12-28 Intro: Good morning. Today we are in Acts 18:12-28. In the last few lessons we saw Paul’s teaching ignored, questioned or rejected in Thessalonica, Athens and Corinth. Though there was success, there was a lot of discouragement as well. If there was ever was an apostle who could have felt discouraged it was Paul. You probably recall s…
 
Acts 18:1-11 INTRO: Good morning. Last time our text was in Acts 17 and we left the apostle Paul boldly preaching in Christ’s Name to the so-called wise men of Athens. Today we will look at the first verses of Acts 18. In chapter 17 as usual, we found there were those who were convinced and believed that God was the creator of all things and we fou…
 
Acts 17:16-34 INTRO: Good morning. The last time we were together we left Paul speaking with the more noble Jews of Berea and we saw that their attitude towards God’s word was the kind of attitude God wants from everyone. People with that attitude do not just listen to the traditions of men, but examine the Scriptures for themselves to see if what …
 
Acts 17:1-15 INTRO: In our last sermon we left Paul and Silas being freed from prison. The preachers through teaching the gospel had led a bunch of people to be freed from their sins and there was also a slave girl who was freed from demon possession. Then they both left Philippi after spending some time with Lydia and her household. Our text for t…
 
Acts 15:35-16:15 INTRO: We are continuing our study of the Book of Acts this morning. We will pick up the story in Acts 15 at verse 35 and then on to 16 verse 15. First though a story. An elderly man on the beach found a magic lamp. When he rubbed it, a genie appeared and told him he would grant him any wish. The man thought for a while and said, "…
 
Deuteronomy 8:1-10 INTRO: This morning I’m going to take a break from our study of the book of Acts. Today is July 4th, Independence Day. For Americans it is a wonderful time to celebrate, gather together with friends and family, have picnics, watch parades, see fireworks and generally kick back and relax. Our text for this morning is from the book…
 
James 2: 14 – 20 One third grader was wearing a Fitbit watch, which prompted the teacher to ask, “Are you tracking your steps?” “No,” said the little girl. “I wear this for Mommy so when Daddy gets home she can show him how active she was during the day!” If I said to you, "Thou shalt not think of a purple elephant," - suddenly, you would be able t…
 
Luke 15:11-32 INTRO: Today is father’s day. There are those of us who are fathers and grandfathers some even great grandfathers. I was thinking about this and I realize that a number of us are “empty nesters”. Our children have left home not just to go to college but to be on their own, perhaps in far away places, maybe to start families of their o…
 
Acts 15:1-13 INTRO: This morning I’m going to continue from where we left off in the book of Acts. We left Paul and Barnabas in Antioch encouraging all the believers by telling them what God had done through them and how God had opened a door for them to preach to the Gentiles. What we’re going to see today is warning for the church about legalism.…
 
James 2:1-13 I love that story about a man who fell into a pit and could not get out. A few minutes later a subjective person came along and said, "I feel for you, down there." And then an objective person came along and said, "It's logical that someone would fall down there." A little later a Pharisee said, "Only bad people fall into a pit." And t…
 
James 1:21-22 & James 5:17 Four Students plan to arrive late to their final exam so they can take it the next day. By the time they arrive the exam is almost over, so they head over to the professor to ask if they can take it the next day. They tell him they tried their best to come on time, but their tire blew out and it took a very long time to r…
 
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