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!
Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey: Today we’re taking your questions on a variety of topics, including whether the church has ignored the importance of physical health, how Reagan defeated Carter so overwhelmingly, and the relationship between atheist conservatives and Christian conservatives. — Today’s Sponsors: Patriot Mobile has the broadest nationwide coverage & uses the same […]
Ken Blackwell, senior fellow for Human Rights and Constitutional Governance at the Family Research Council. We discuss critical race theory, and how all it does is stoke racial division, despite what its advocates say
We start off today’s Q&A episode with this topic, then move on to answering questions about whether it’s important we know what Jesus really looked like and the difference between “intersectionality” and “critical theory.”
Although Dr. Stock is coming from the Left with her opposition to encouraging young kids to transition, there is a surprising amount of middle ground for conservatives and liberals who want to defend women.
Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey: Today we’re answering listener questions on topics including what to do when your spouse turns away from the faith, the difference between “boundaries” and “cancel culture,” and how we as Christians should respond to the very trendy idea that being overweight is actually healthy. — Today’s Sponsors: Raycon wireless earbuds […]
On today’s Q&A episode, we discuss the potential political leaning of Jesus, whether “generational trauma” is a real thing, and how humanity has (or hasn’t) changed since the era when the events of the Bible occurred.