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With over three hundred podcast episodes to choose from, I have chosen a few of the most popular based on the number of downloads to get you started! Each episode stands on its own, however, from time to time I can’t help but refer to something we’ve learned in previous episodes.

Each week, on Monday morning, I post a new podcast.  If you subscribe in iTunes or Stitcher Radio, or follow in Spotify, every episode will download to your device for free. Subscribers to my website automatically receive every episode delivered free via email along with weekly memory verse resources and instant access to periodic bonus resources.

Podcast Episode #158: “What a Beautiful Name” by Hillsong Worship

We can learn so much through the study of the names of God. Hillsong Worship’s song, “What a Beautiful Name,” puts the name of Jesus front and center in a moving song of worship. How much more powerful will this song be when you invest some time in discovering and contemplating a few names revealed in God’s Word?

 

Podcast Episode #232: “You Say” by Lauren Daigle

It is so easy for me to fall into the trap of allowing what others think of me to determine my identity. There is really only ONE who has the authority to tell me who I am…and that is my Creator. Lauren Daigle’s new song “You Say” inspired a sort of scavenger hunt through Scripture to discover who we really are in HIM.

Podcast Episode #204: “Control (Somehow You Want Me)” by Tenth Avenue North

Everyone has a story. Part of the beauty of God’s Word is when we can identify with the people God chose to weave into His BIG story of redemption. Tenth Avenue North’s song “Control (Somehow You Want Me)” leads us to explore Jacob in the book of Genesis.

Podcast Episode #195: “How Great Thou Art” by Carrie Underwood

Let’s develop a sense of wonder, shall we? The famous hymn “How Great Thou Art” leads us to consider God with a sense of “awesome wonder.” I chose Carrie Underwood’s rendition to meditate on Psalm 145.

Podcast Episode #160: “Even If” by Mercy Me

We can hide behind convenient truth when things are swell, but when our feet are to the fire the deep truth tends to come out. Will we be willing to log years of faithfulness such that our circumstances no longer define God’s ability or position in our minds? This song leads us to the book of Daniel where we learn deep truth from three friends in captivity in a foreign land.