Monday, July 29, 2013
What a great week at Church Requel! Listen to Sheri's baptism. Hear the exceptionally good news that going on a CR these days. Then listen to 3 causes and 3 Biblical solutions to our insecurities.
Here's the video link of Brandi singing to the children I talked about in the podcast.
Music for this week's podcast is "Redeemed" by Big Daddy Weave.
Monday, July 22, 2013
Once you know who you really are, you are going to be able to handle life so much better. In this first lesson of the Creating a Positive ID sermon series, we learn the 4 benefits of knowing who you really are - maturity, responsibility, priorities, and destiny!
Music for this week's podcast is "Identity" by Israel Houghton.
Monday, July 15, 2013
It's completely natural for us to worry about our future because none of us know what the future holds. If we are Christ-followers, however, Psalm 23:6 gives us three great reasons that we shouldn't fear the future. God is watching over us. Grace is working in us. And Heaven is waiting for us! This week's podcast combines two week's sermons into one audio experience. I hope it is as helpful to you as it has been for me and our congregation at Church Requel.
Music for this week's podcast is "Heaven" by Salvador.
Saturday, July 13, 2013
When you're hurt in life - and everybody is at one time or another - it helps to know what works and what doesn't. This week we talk about the five things that don't work before turning our attention to Psalm 23:5 to learn about the three things that do work.
Joining me on the podcast this week is my daughter, Jillian Vincent, who counsels with hurting people as her profession.
Music for this week's podcast is "Terminals" by Relient K.
Wednesday, July 3, 2013
Everyone has either just been through a valley, is going through a valley, or will soon go through a valley. Dark Valleys are inevitable, unpredictable, impartial, temporary and purposeful. In this week's podcast we discuss three things to do when you find yourself in a dark valley.
My guest this week is most special - Mary Kay Pierce, my wife and the director of NAMI-Richland County. Together we talk about the unusual experiences we've shared recently. You'll also discover how Mary Kay turned her difficult moments with a family member's mental illness and now has help hundreds of other families, who are also going through those same difficult moments.
The music for this week's podcast is "Rainy Days and Mondays" by the Carpenters.