1. 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.
  2. Is it okay for Christians to cut off contact with someone? Is it okay to cut off contact with family members? What about forgiveness?
  3. Gretchen and Katie are back at recording and they talk about where they've been, and what they learned.
  4. 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!
  5. 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.
  6. Kelsi interviews author Harrison Scott Key about his latest book, "How to Stay Married: The Most Insane Love Story Ever Told."
  7. We have Old Testament scholar, Chad Bird, on to discuss with us the ways we twist the book of Proverbs into a prosperity gospel, especially in regard to our ideas of family.
  8. As we discuss ways that prosperity gospel sneaks into the family, we decided to start off by looking at the book of Proverbs, as these are often the verses that are cherry picked and often used to take prosperity gospel ideas in regard to the family.
  9. This is an episode done in front of a live audience at the 2023 "Here We Still Stand" Conference in San Diego, California. Katie and Gretchen kick off a new series talking about prosperity gospel, and the way that it sneaks into our idea of families.
  10. We finally finish up our conversation on birth by talking about postpartum and breastfeeding vs formula.
  11. Gretchen Ronnevik and Katie Koplin discuss today the issue of pain in childbirth, and whether or not taking pain medication during childbirth effects your sanctification, or your moral standing.
  12. In this much requested episode, Gretchen Ronnevik and Katie Koplin talk about birth, and some of the pressure we put on ourselves--or on our faith--that everything goes as we think it will.
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