I host a podcast called Relatable, where we analyze culture, news and politics from a biblical perspective. My first book, You're Not Enough (& That's Okay): Escaping the Toxic Culture of Self-Love, comes out August 11th.
If the self is the problem, it can't also be the solution. If inside ourselves we find insecurity, insufficiency, fear and doubt, then we won't find the antidote to these feelings inside ourselves, too. Our only hope for abiding confidence and fulfillment is found outside of ourselves—namely, in our Creator. This book dispels five self-focused lies women commonly hear about and replaces them with gospel-centered, freeing truth.
A group of over 3,400 likeminded women reading and discussing books that help us think critically and biblically about what's happening in the world. New book every six-ish weeks. It's an incredible, edifying group. I know you will be blessed by their wisdom and fellowship, as I have been!
Topics include the idea of purgatory, the possibility of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis running for president in 2024, and “The Office.”
We interview Rebeccah Heinrichs, a senior fellow at the Hudson institute, about foreign policy, specifically regarding China. We’ll compare and contrast how Presidents Trump and Biden differ on their attitudes and policy toward China, and Ms. Heinrichs has some advice for what individuals can do to ensure that American values make it to the next generation.
We take your questions and tackle topics like “Christian witches” and how to respectfully stand up to authority.
We speak with both of the hosts of the “Just Thinking” podcast, Darrell Harrison and Virgil Walker. We discuss the idea of “liberation theology,” as espoused by Ibram X. Kendi, and how it gets both human nature and the Bible totally wrong.
Some question topics this time include “Redeeming Love” by Francine Rivers, the true meaning of “separation of church and state,” and how parents can go about raising Jesus-loving kids.
Ryan Anderson has advice for how Christians can face the increasing opposition to traditional values in America. He also argues that simply standing by and hoping for the best is no longer good enough — it’s time to stand up and join the discourse, actively speaking in favor of the ideas and values we Christians hold dear.