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“Six Suicides and Samson” (Under the Juniper Tree S1E18)

Published on June 18, 2015

  Season 1, Episode 18 For Thursday, June 18, 2015 “Six Suicides and Samson” HOST: Andrew Crowe       Show Notes: On this episode, Andrew continues a discussion about suicide by looking at Biblical examples of the topic. Outline of this episode:   Does the Bible speak of suicide? There are six examples found.  Some count

 
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“Advice for New Wives” (Wifey Wednesdays S1E20)

Published on June 17, 2015

  Season 1, Episode 20 For Wednesday, June 17, 2015 “Advice for New Wives” HOST:  Emily Hatfield     Show Notes: On the season finale of Wifey Wednesdays, Emily takes a moment to encourage new wives. Episode Resources: Wifey Wednesdays – “Being Good Daughters-in-Law” Wifey Wednesdays Pinterest Board Click here to take our Season 1 Listener

 
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“Leadership Training” (Arrows in our Hand S1E14)

Published on June 17, 2015

  Season 1, Episode 14 For Wednesday, June 17, 2015 “Leadership Training” HOSTS: Wesley & Denise Skelton     Show Notes: Ben & Hannah Giselbach join Wesley & Denise on this episode to discuss the benefits of using Lads to Leaders in your family & congregation. They discuss what activities are available for each age as

 
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“A Classic: The Noahic Flood” (The Book Club S1E18)

Published on June 15, 2015

  Season 1, Episode 18 For Monday, June 15, 2015 “A Classic: The Noahic Flood” HOST: Brad McNutt     Show Notes: Brad returns to the classic cycle (a book 20 years or older) and reviews a book by author Curtis Cates, The Noahic Flood. Episode Resources: Click here to take our season 1 listener survey!  Click

 
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“We Preach Christ” (Preachers in Training S1E17)

Published on June 11, 2015

  Season 1, Episode 17 For Thursday, June 11, 2015 “We Preach Christ” HOST: Robert Hatfield     Show Notes: The New Testament reminds us of the responsibility, joy, and honor of preaching. Today’s episodes is a series of verses that Robert strung together from various parts of the New Testament. Listen especially for those three common themes: responsibility, joy,