An Unlikely Convert: Episode 452

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An Unlikely Convert: Episode 452

Sep 29, 2016
Guests: Diana Blaschke, John Holst, Katrina Nicholson, Rosaria Butterfield and Joann Condie

[54:06] - 

Learning to accept forgiveness, plus Rosaria Butterfield’s journey from homosexuality to hope in Christ, and can our listener move beyond past mistakes?

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Receiving Grace

Spiritual Growth|Roundtable
Guests: Diana Blaschke, John Holst and Katrina Nicholson

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We’re all sinners, but as Christians it’s tempting to attempt to “manage” our sin rather than confess it and receive the forgiveness that is ours. Do you try to be perfect rather than pardoned? How can you learn to live under grace instead of striving? Our panel of imperfect people discusses.

A Lesbian Skeptic Finds True Love

Guests: Rosaria Butterfield

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Lesbian professor Rosaria Butterfield didn’t have much patience for Christians. She saw them as mean spirited and narrow minded. Until she met a kind, unassuming pastor who proved her wrong. Her conversations with him and his wife led her to a Savior who she never knew. Now a pastor’s wife, lecturer and author of The Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert, Rosaria shares her story of unconditional love and shattered assumptions.

When Your Past Haunts You

Guests: Joann Condie

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Some of us have made mistakes that are hard to shake off. Sure, we know we’re forgiven, but we don’t really believe it. And what if someone actually found out the deeds of our past? The thought is too frightening to bear. Our listener’s in this spot and feels the dark cloud of condemnation hanging close overhead. Is there hope for freedom from the past? Counselor Joann Condie weighs in.

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