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June 13, 2024

Summer Plans: Episode 854

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What will make this a great summer? Plus, a biblical approach to grief and trauma, and does sporadic Bible reading make you a bad Christian?      

Featured musical artist: Aaron Shust

Roundtable: Summer Planning Tips

Summer is upon us, and that means long days, warm weather, outdoor activities and vacations (except for you southern hemisphere folks — sorry!). In order to maximize the season, should you plan your every decision or be as spontaneous as possible? Our guests share what they’re excited about doing this summer, how they pace themselves with summer obligations, and they’ll offer ideas for making summer unique, fun and fulfilling.

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Culture: Healing What You Can’t Erase

All of us have experienced grief, hardship, and even trauma. When your soul feels exhausted, where do you go for help? Christopher Cook is candid about how the death of his mother followed by an unexpected medical diagnosis sent him into a tailspin. He was faced with giving in or pushing through. Biblical truth plus concrete strategies for addressing toxic thoughts helped him choose the latter. Learn about it all in this week’s conversation.   

Inbox: Should I Read the Bible Daily?

If you don’t read the Bible every day, does that make you a terrible Christian? Counselor Rob Jackson weighs in.  

Guest: Rob Jackson

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