1. Jane Grizzle is one of the contributors to the upcoming devotional edited by Katie Koplin: "Encouragement for Motherhood."
  2. This is part 2 of our conversation on no-contact relationships, and looking at how various relationships of Jacob's are reconciled, and the spectrum of what that looks like.
  3. No, not that one . . . this is the other "s" word that no one wants to hear: submit.
  4. Is it okay for Christians to cut off contact with someone? Is it okay to cut off contact with family members? What about forgiveness?
  5. In this month's extra book club episode, we are discussing Brené Brown's book: "Dare to Lead." We talk about mixing secular and Biblical sources and the right and wrong way to do that.
  6. Well, it better be in Christ. Paul refutes the Colossian heresy by emphasizing Christ alone as the foundation of our faith, and how that faith is lived out through right belief and right practice.
  7. agnus Persson joins Scott and Caleb Keith to discuss the decline of Christianity in Europe.
  8. Gretchen and Katie are back at recording and they talk about where they've been, and what they learned.
  9. The Man Who Sold The World. In this episode, we discuss what attachment to things rather than Christ gets us while reading George Macdonald’s Unspoken Sermons. The conversation leads us through the topics of higher and lower things, bread-making, willing and wanting, God-gifted vocations, and how to properly end a sermon.
  10. This month, we discuss the book "The Soul of Shame" by Dr. Curt Thompson. It was a really fun conversation, and Katie called it her top read of the year.
  11. We hope and pray that you are celebrating a blessed Christmas, and wanted to bless you with a bit of family tradition: the reading of the Christmas story from Luke chapter two. Merry Christmas!
  12. In today's episode of Tough Texts, Scott Keith and Daniel Emery Price dive into 1 Corinthians 7:12-16, a passage that speaks to the complexities of mixed-faith marriages.