“You don’t have to love people from underneath their problems and issues. You get to love from outside.” This comment from Father fundamentally changed how I do relationships.
We all have relationships. How we approach them drastically effects our own experience of life, as well as the experience of those around us. A few years back God fundamentally changed how I approach them, and I can’t wait for you to hear it. This episode will help you discover areas in your life where you are carrying people in an unhealthy way, and equip you to let go of people’s wellbeing and entrust them to God and His goodness. Enjoy!
To learn more about my friend Christina and her work, check out www.christinapann.com
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This episode is geared specifically towards those of you who have journeyed through deconstruction or rediscovery of God, but haven’t quite known how to put the pieces back together of how you relate with God now. Things like reading the Bible, prayer, worship…those traditional expressions, for many of us, can have negative connotations because of how we used to approach them. Today’s episode will give you practical tools for how to do those old things in a new way. God wants to blow the roof off of when, where, and how we experience Him!
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In part 2 of my conversation with the one and only Baxter Kruger, we talk more about seeing "Christ in Us" in the world around us, yes, even in non-believers! It's a ton of fun. He also answers one of your questions and shares a beautiful recipe for us for Easter week. Enjoy!
To connect with Baxter Kruger visit www.perichoresis.org.
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I had the pleasure of sitting down with writer and theologian, Dr. C. Baxter Kruger. In part 1 of our conversation, we talk about his novel, “Patmos”, the redemptive genius of the cross, everyday relationship with Holy Spirit, peeling back the layers on what Jesus is saying when He said, “My God, My God, why have you forsaken me?”, and how discovering the truth about Jesus helps us see Him everywhere. Enjoy!
Season 2 is here! In this episode, Bonner shares what's coming to the Rhythms of Home podcast in the next few months. He also sits down and chats with his friend, Paul Moignard, about the release of Paul's blog on the Rhythms of Home website. (6:00)
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Bonner shares an important update ahead of the launch of Season 2.
In this episode, we talk about making the most of the sweet spot between Christmas & New Year's. This week is a natural time to reflect and look back on the year behind and to dream and look ahead on the year ahead. Be equipped to become aware of the goodness of what happened this past year, to gain clarity on where you are in your journey right now, and to make dreams, goals, and desires that actually connect with your heart and what God is doing in your life for 2019.
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!
In the Season 1 Finale, take a look back with Bonner at all that he learned in the process of launching a podcast and sustaining it throughout the year.
He also shares some of his favorite highlights from interviews with guests, and shares some of the exciting new things that are coming to Rhythms of Home in Season 2!
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In this week’s episode Bonner talks about prioritizing what matters most to you this summer. He shares what he’s going to be doing this summer, and talks about how the culture of our new Home in God is a lot like the atmosphere of a Holiday.
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In part 2 of my conversation with best-selling author, Wm Paul Young, he talks about:
// His friendship with the Trinity
// How He relates uniquely to each person of the Trinity
// How God relates to the truth of who we are, not to the person we think He wants.
// “Future-Tripping” and how to stay in the grace and joy of today.
// Letting God out of the box.
// The furious love of God FOR us.
// The Holy Spirit guiding you into all the Truth.
// Stories from the set of “The Shack”
// What it was like for the actors playing “Father, Son, & Holy Spirit”
// What he knows now that he wishes he would have known 30 years ago.
// Letting go of shame and embracing the fact that he is good and pure of heart.
// What wholeness really is.
To learn more about Paul and his work visit www.wmpaulyoung.com
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