Say That


April 26, 2017 @ 12:15 am

Episode 265 (with Anne Lamott)

How do you get out of a cycle of feeling spiritually dry? (17:30-30:55)

We talk to author Anne Lamott about mercy, recovery, and her new book Hallelujah Anyway (31:38-48:19)

What are the differences in communication and boundaries in close friendships and serious romantic relationships? (49:01-1:11:23)

Closing Song: Micah 6:8 (The Poolhouse Guru)


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April 19, 2017 @ 1:20 am

Episode 264

What is a good strategy for getting regular time alone with God? (16:57-33:32)

How do I know the difference between God saying "no" and "not right now"? (33:36-54:30)

What is the level of commitment supposed to be in a dating relationship? (54:34-1:11:37)

Closing Song: Psalm 24:1 (The Poolhouse Guru)

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April 12, 2017 @ 12:15 am

Episode 263

What are your top tips for newlyweds? (17:04-36:58)

What is faith, and how does it work? (37:02-52:51)

I have a great girlfriend. So why do I still notice attractive women? (52:55-1:13:54)

Closing Song: No He Wasn't (Lins Honeyman)

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April 5, 2017 @ 1:26 am

Episode 262 (with J.Kwest)

Who is the Bible referring to when it says "the wicked"? (11:20-23:10)

An interview with Pastor/Rapper/Professor Julian DeShazier aka JKwest about music, privilege, activism and more. (24:51-41:13)

How do you go about discussing and setting boundaries in a serious relationship? (41:59-1:07:18)

Closing Song: JKwest "Still Alright"

Julian DeShazier: When God Calls You to Speak, Don't Stop Speaking via Sojourners

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March 29, 2017 @ 1:36 am

Episode 261

How do get to the point where I can feel happy for others instead of being jealous of their success? (15:07-31:08)

Romans 8:13 talks about putting to death the misdeeds of the body. What does that mean? (31:17-45:21)

How can a husband and wife get on the same page about big decisions? (45:24-1:06:21)

Closing Song: My Reservation Has Been Made (Jed Brewer) 

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March 22, 2017 @ 1:17 am

Episode 260

How do I test what people (including you guys) are telling me about God? (15:42-32:35)

What do you guys think of portrayals of Christianity in movies like Hacksaw Ridge? (32:40-55:12)

What does it mean to celebrate your victories? (55:18-1:10:28)

Closing Song: Trust Him (The Poolhouse Guru ft Pastor Weldon Williams)

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March 15, 2017 @ 1:10 am

Episode 259

How do I make prayer more present in my day to day life? (13:18-28:52)

James 4:7 says to "resist the devil", but what does that mean? (28:56-43:59)

Relationships requite compromise, but how do know what is an acceptable compromise? (44:04-1:01:53)

Closing Song: From The Lion (A Sign Upon Your Hands)

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March 8, 2017 @ 12:15 am

Episode 258

My pastor said in a sermon that we should be careful about worship songs with biblically innacurate lyrics. Is that an issue? (17:24-40:21)

I act right around my Christian friends, but I do things I shouldn't in private. Am I lying to everyone? (40:32-56:55)

What does the Bible mean when it talks about justice? (57:00-1:14:54)

Closing Song: You Have Better (Jed Brewer)

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March 1, 2017 @ 12:15 am

Episode 257

I have been struggling with depression and anxiety, which has led to problems with procrastination and time management. How do I move past this? (16:01-34:29)

What advice to you have for someone starting their ministry career? (34:35-48:05)

I am leaving my parents' church. How do I tell them? (48:11-1:07:36)

Closing Song: No Love (Lee Younger)

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February 22, 2017 @ 2:04 am

Episode 256

My depression has come back strong. How do I combat the all the negative thoughts? (15:16-31:15)

Should people feel guilty about having more many than other folks? (31:18-48:58)

What is the difference between a personality flaw, and a relationship dealbreaker? (49:02-1:10:48)

Closing Song: My Good Is Knowing You (Jed Brewer)

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