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The purpose of the Hole in My Heart Podcast is to explore how the gospel is good news for everyone every day. Most often, teacher and author, Laurie Krieg, licensed therapist and "argyle expert," Matt Krieg, and producer and "the most professional radio voice among us," Steve, all engage where the gospel intersects sexuality and gender. Mostly? The trio and their guests seek to place the sexuality/gender conversation in the midst of other real-life stories of the practical, gritty good news ...
 
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Discover something new about the oilfield with every episode of this Oilfield Basics podcast. Join us as we interview many hard working men and women across our great industry, learning about their particular specialty, tools, processes, techniques, and experiences. Wether you already work in the industry, are a student, or are an outsider to our industry, there will always be something new for you to learn.
 
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Welcome to the first episode of our Take Two series!It was so hard to choose episodes to highlight over the past four (FOUR?!) seasons, but we’ve narrowed it down to a few that we’ll show you over the next several weeks.This episode discusses Chapter 5 of Francis and Lisa Chan’s book, *You and Me Forever*, as well as some of the good and hard of Ma…
 
The gender conversation today is swirling with confusion and hurt for everyone involved.How do we as Christians enter into this conversation?Today, we revisit a conversation with Heather Skriba, who, having wrestled with gender dysphoria her whole life, has a compassionate and truthful perspective on this issue.We’re thrilled to share this episode …
 
So often, sexuality brings shame right on its heels.How can we banish it? How can we heal?Join us today as we revisit this conversation with Dr. Dan Allender to learn how stepping into the light and grace of Jesus can heal our shame when it comes to sexuality.***Heads up: We do address sexual trauma in this episode, though not graphically. If this …
 
As Laurie says, “We’re kind of lament-obsessed around here.”It’s true. And it made running this episode a second time an easy choice for this series.Since the first time this episode ran, there is still pain and brokenness in our lives, and we need a place to take it. Cue Mark Vroegop, ushering us to the feet of Jesus with this spiritual practice t…
 
Welcome to TAKE TWO of Exploring Our Souls of Shame!Rerunning this episode was an obvious choice because we *all* deal with shame.Curt Thompson beautifully describes not only the experience of shame, but also its antidote: Jesus.Join us as we learn resilience and joy in this brilliant conversation!I Highlights I“The gospel–if it is good news–does n…
 
Even though picking favorite episodes from this season is like choosing a favorite child, we snagged your top listened-to ones from this season (and some of our most memorable conversations), and reflected on clips from them. Here are the episodes we cover:“Caring for People Wrestling with Gender” with Mark Yarhousehttps://lauriekrieg.com/podcast/c…
 
We think this episode might be worth listening to more than once.It’s that good and that important…especially this month (Pride Month).Author and teacher, Rebecca McLaughlin, takes some of the real-life theological conversations many of us are having right now and helps us to respond with grace and truth.She explores these questions and more:-How c…
 
“I used to think I was the only one who was lonely. After all, when you look around, other people don’t look lonely. They just look like they are drinking a latte.” —Dr. Kelly FlanaganGoodness, this quote from Dr. Kelly Flanagan’s new book, "True Companions: A Book for Everyone About the Relationships That See Us Through," gripped us.If loneliness …
 
If you disciple children in any capacity, how’s it going for you?I mean, we have all gone through a lot in the last year, and so have young people.Today, author and teacher, Dr. Michele Anthony, comes alongside us to help us care for kids’ hurting hearts.Together, we explore:How can we teach kids to hear God’s voice? (Is it even possible?)How can w…
 
When we look at churches and ministries today, we often don’t see Jesus.Instead, we see scandal. Abuse. Toxicity.What do we do with this? How do we change and prevent it?Scot McKnight and Laura Barringer have an answer: tov.Tov is the Hebrew word for “good,” and it’s who God is and who He calls us to be. As Scot says it, tov is “the redemptive dime…
 
Oh, you guys. This conversation…It’s not often Matt and I (Laurie) are surprised by our guests, but we were surprised in the best way today.Podcaster, author, and boss-mom, Jamie Ivey, and pastor, author, and tender-hearted dad, Aaron Ivey, got real—like really real.Matt and I were going along, simply enjoying the conversation with these incredibly…
 
This is another conversation we cannot engage too frequently: Friendship. How in the world can we do it well?Real-life friends, authors, and founders of The Ruth Experience, Julie Fisk and Kendra Roehl, wisely and winsomely engaged Laurie’s latest habit of tossing quite challenging questions at guests. Together, the group explored: How do we confro…
 
Why engage only one challenging topic concerning women when you can engage more?Such as…What is biblical feminism (and should we call ourselves biblical feminists if we are pro-woman)?What does it mean to be feminine?Is there a right and wrong when it comes to marriage: complementarian or egalitarian? Bible teacher and author, Phylicia Masonheimer,…
 
We are not sure there is a bigger, more delicate, more divisive, or more misunderstood conversation in Christendom right now than how to approach the trans* conversation.So, we’re bringing in the best expert on the conversation right now: our dear friend of the podcast (and in real life!), Dr. Preston Sprinkle. Together, we explore:If we hold to a …
 
When you think of the word “rejection,” what comes to mind?When you were a kid and were the last one chosen for kickball? Junior high lunch room not knowing where to sit? Maybe you think of last week when that person didn’t text you back? No matter what comes to mind, most of us wouldn’t put rejection in the “gift” file of our minds. However, autho…
 
We’re asking the question again: How do we engage racial divides well?The topic of race has faded from the trends the last few months—but for Christ-followers, the work is just beginning. We have a lot of ground to cover and many questions along the way. Never fear, though; our Savior is walking with us!Pastor Daniel Hill is here to walk with us as…
 
Goodness, we loved this conversation.Two-time author and one of our favorite friends of the podcast, Greg Coles, is back to mentor us. On what? Well, our friendships.Questions we explore include:How did you know you were called to singleness + celibacy (and not marriage)?What does belonging mean if we are feeling lonely?Can we have a social life wi…
 
Overview of generators and when/why they are needed Permitting and Emissions considerations Service and maintenance considerations Reciprocating generators vs turbines Diesel vs Natural Gas generators & CNG, LNG, propane and field gas fuel options (pros and cons) Permanent vs temporary power generation Single well applications vs pad power needs Pa…
 
In 2019, between 6-11% of US adults had symptoms of an anxiety or depressive disorder (CDC). By the end of 2020? Between 39 and 42% of US adults experienced anxiety or depression (Journal of Public Health).We need help, and psychology professor and author Dr. Peace Amadi is here to offer it. When should we call a therapist? Why should we? How can w…
 
If you are a parent or discipler of students, have you ever gone to bed kicking yourself for all of the ways you missed your child or student's heart? "Why didn't I say this? Why did I say that? How can I do better next time?"If so, we can relate, and so can bestselling author Crystal Paine. Crystal never thought she would write a parenting book, a…
 
Anyone else out there struggle to experience Jesus sometimes?We feel you.Personal, intimate experiences with Christ are hard to find in our chaotic world. Today, Carolyn Schroeder (Laurie’s real life mentor!!!) is here to invite us into Jesus’ presence and teach us how to have those experiences wherever we are!Join us as we dive into deeper relatio…
 
Okay, friends, let’s play “would you rather”...Would you rather have an all-expenses paid, two week vacation in a tropical oasis—but there is one catch: You have to be discontent every second of the trip.Or, would you rather be locked up in jail, and you are cold, hungry, have few clothes, but you know God called you there, and so all you want to d…
 
How do we cultivate our minds?Today, we'll tackle this question with the always-joyful Dr. Kathy Koch, a child development expert, long-time minister, and (new!) partner with Impossible Ministries! We'll especially be taking a look at "the eight smarts," which are:Word-smart: They think in words. When they're excited, they usually talk or write. Th…
 
Anyone else feeling a bit down about your physical self these days?Why don't we have Sarah Young offer her thoughts? Sarah is a marriage and sex therapist who has wrestled with her body image. Together, we cover:What should single people do with their sexuality?How do we stop hating ourselves into liking ourselves?What if we never talk about sex in…
 
It's time to bring even more color and clarity to the Oneness Mountain in this second part of our introduction to the Gardens Series!Today, Matt and Laurie bring examples and Core Needs so we can better see that life is more than a timeline. It is more like a group of gardens to cultivate with each other and Gardener God.After you listen, will you …
 
We at HIMH often about how “marriage and singleness are equally valuable modes we fulfill the mission to make disciples.”But how can we to-our-core believe this if we view life only as a timeline? … You are born, you go to school, you get married, you make Christian babies, you tithe, and you die.“Single people?” Married people say with this timeli…
 
Author and speaker Hannah Brencher talks real life:She's wrestled with life-threatening depression, has been a viral TED speaker, and is here today to help us to get some soul stability if our mental health has taken a hit.Together, we explore:How can we put practices in place without feeling like legalists?How can we face the inner critic if he/sh…
 
This is a needed conversation, and author and apologist Sean McDowell is the right one to have it.As parents and ministry leaders, we don't always know how to answer Gen Z's toughest questions. Praise the Lord that Sean does, and that he's willing to help us to unpack ones like:“Why would God keep me from loving whomever I want to love?"“Why do you…
 
Buckle your seatbelts, friends. This episode gets a bit bumpy.Maybe your family—like ours—has people with different political beliefs in it. When I (Laurie) chose to co-host this episode with my dad, I didn’t realize a major theme would be loving each other through differing political beliefs. The major gift of this surprise theme was that by the e…
 
The world feels like it’s on fire, and if we are honest? Many of us have started or increased unhealthy habits to cope. Some have turned to porn, the use of which increased globally by 11% (https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/32663384/) at the start of the pandemic. But wait! If this is you or a friend? Before you turn away in shame or self-hatred, we …
 
What’s your word for the year?On this episode, Matt, Laurie, and Steve talk about what God has taught them in 2020 (yes—even in 2020!). Leaps of faith, major life changes, and—how could we forget?—Rona! Through it all, God has been faithful.Heading into 2021, then, the crew also addresses what God is pointing to for the future—thus, our words.With …
 
These days, it's so easy to fall into a "what-have-you-done-for-me-lately" mindset.We like following that person, we enjoy that podcast, we appreciate that channel--but serve them? Partner with them? Nah.Unless we do. We are so grateful for listeners who have stepped up to support and volunteer with our ministry--including the two we are highlighti…
 
Purity culture—yep, we’re going there.Ladies and gents—if you’ve ever felt that your worth, dignity, or purity were wrapped up in your sexuality, this is for you.On this episode, Rachel Joy Welcher, author of new book *Talking Back to Purity Culture*, helps us debunk the myths of sexuality that have come from purity culture.Join us as we celebrate …
 
2020 has been a year of uncertainty and suffering for all of us. Joy might be the farthest thing from our minds as we look back on this season of loss and chaos.But guys? Joy is still God’s heart for us.Today, we hear from Shaunti Feldhahn about how we can cultivate a habit of joy—even in the midst of the deepest loss and confusion. Join us as we h…
 
Do you remember even two or four years ago when you could remind stirred-up Christians, "Hey, guys? We got to love our enemies!" and they would often say, "Oh, yeah!"Nowadays, when you say the same thing, it would not be unusual to hear something like, "Nah. I'm good."Pastor and author Scott Sauls is here to wake us up with how to address our enemi…
 
It’s Thanksgiving in the States!Today, from our respective shelter-in-place spots (again!), we are sharing what we are grateful for and hearing from you. Not only that, however, but we are sharing what we have learned in this very hard year, and how we can take that good, suffering-produced fruit into 2021. We are thankful for YOU guys, today!I Hig…
 
We have been on pins and needles waiting to release this episode to you all! It is one of those episodes we can't stop thinking about...Author and pastor, John Mark Comer, brings it. He helps us to think deeply about questions like, "What is success?" "What defines failure?" "What do we do when we are overwhelmed with the calling God has on our liv…
 
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Walking alongside people who wrestle with their gender identity is such a unique journey. Because it is so unique and often very complex, it's wise to hear from the experts, don't you think? Dr. Mark Yarhouse is one of the preeminent gender + psychology + Christianity experts, and we brought him on to share about his new book, Emerging Gender Ident…
 
Have you ever struggled to find quiet? In the world, in your life, in yourself?We’re here with singer/songwriter and now AUTHOR Jamie Grace to talk about what it looks like to find peace and center ourselves on the Lord in this crazy world we’re living in! Join us as we hear from her about artistry, anxiety, mental health, comparison, social media,…
 
It’s the Hole in My Heart Podcast LIVE!True story: This was about Plan D of our celebratory-book-launch-party-worship fest (thanks, Rona!), but God was in it all the same. Today, Matt, Laurie, Steve, and some special guests celebrate the work of the gospel through Matt and Laurie’s story and through you all. There are testimonies, prizes, jokes, an…
 
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