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Kindled Podcast exists to speak truth and grace boldly to cultural, theological and political issues from a Biblical worldview. Speaking the truth in love with boldness, we will grow to become the mature body of Christ. Love for God is kindled in our hearts as we are transformed by His power. May these conversations spur us on to love and good works so those near us and far would know that our Lord God is King. "They triumphed over him by the blood of the Lamb and by the word of their testim ...
 
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Today, I'm talking all things TRUTH in a post-truth world with Lauren Demoss Benson. Lauren is bold and speaks so clearly and with conviction on her instagram and blog, you will LOVE hearing from her! We discuss progressive Christianity, deconstruction, the lies that so many "Christians" are falling for today and how we can know, believe and stand …
 
In this episode, Christine Yeargin shares her story of how she changed her mind to keep the baby and then became one of the loudest advocates for the pro-life movement. Christine, founder of Be Their Village, is a powerhouse of activism and evidence of how conviction manifests into action. You will be encouraged and moved to make a difference in yo…
 
Welcome to Season 4 of KINDLED! We're kicking it off with a bang. I brought my husband Joey on to discuss one of our favorite things to chat about: Should Christians engage in politics? How does our faith inform how we act in the world? Is it "ok" to be political as a Christian or be concerned with policies and presidents? And how do we do so diffe…
 
I'm closing out season 6 of Kindled with a Q&A episode and my responses to your "unpopular opinions" that were submitted on instagram. I'll be taking the summer off publishing on Kindled, but will still be publishing Firestarters every Friday for my patreon community. Want to keep hearing from me? Join us here: www.patreon.com/kindledpodcast Showno…
 
We live in an age that is apathetic towards God and completely opposed to the idea of absolute truth - so how do we as mothers raise our children to be not just counter-cultural but ambassadors of Christ - giving reasoned answers for the hope that they have? That's what I discuss today with Angela Mitchell of Raising Apologists. Want to keep hearin…
 
Health Secretary Matt Hancock says if the Indian variant is 50% more transmissible than the Kent variant, it will cause "problems" for the lockdown easing roadmap. He says local lockdowns could return, and defends the government against the charge that it was too slow to stop travel from India. Sir Mark Walport, former Chief Scientific Adviser, rai…
 
After more than a year of Covid-19 Lockdowns and public health responses globally, I'm sitting down with the founder of Missourians for Health Freedom to discuss this hot topic. We discuss the public health response in lockdowns and the important topic of vaccine and mask mandates. There will be a supplemental portion to this conversation that is s…
 
Have you heard things like: "go with Jesus" "Jesus' words are more authoritative than anyone else in the Bible" "Paul was a little preachy, go with Jesus on this one" ?? These are all cunning examples of Red-Letter Christianity - the belief that Jesus' words spoken during his earthly ministry "trump" all else in God's Word. This teaching and idea i…
 
We know we're supposed to read our Bible. We know we're supposed to spend time in prayer. But that's hard. So we turn to devotionals, studies, books, podcasts, blogs and more - because it's easier. But the problem with this as our only diet of truth is - we don't know how to read God's very words in order to know Him. The Bible is God's WORD, but d…
 
International Trade Secretary Liz Truss insists the Prime Minister hasn't broken any rules around the refurbishment of his Downing Street flat. Labour's Jess Phillips calls for a full investigation. Philanthropist Bill Gates argues for vaccines to be sent to the developing world soon. He also criticises UK foreign aid cuts.…
 
After a challenging year for children's education, it's no surprise school choice is finally getting traction. Today Corey DeAngelis joins me to discuss why. Parents this past year have been sending their children to charter schools and homeschooling in hordes. Public schools are indoctrinating our children and receiving more and more funding, but …
 
SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon defends her record on education, health and drug deaths. She calls out Alex Salmond for his "contemptuous" attitude to voters. U.S. Climate Envoy John Kerry says the consequences will be "beyond catastrophic" without "urgent" action on climate change.저자 Sky News
 
Today I have the pleasure of sharing an interview with Dawain Akinson, an ex-NAR "apostle." Dawain shares his story and we discuss whether the idea of having apostles today is Biblical, as well as the dangers that exist in following those who claim to be apostles of Christ. Shownotes at kindledpodcast.com Sponsor: Leeann with Guaranteed Foods | Get…
 
Today I have an excellent conversation with Zee from @narrow.is.the.gate to share. She was gracious enough to share her testimony with me of how God transformed her life. We also discuss: + how we all start out on the broad road that leads to destruction, but that as Christians, we are not meant to stay on that path. + the importance of being in a …
 
It's no surprise that objective and absolute standards of morality were long since tossed to the wayside in favor of individual, subjective moral "truth." Recently, though, that individualized "personal ethic" has converted into more of a "morality by popular consensus" as product after book after person after brand gets harassed, cancelled, and co…
 
Sophy and her team discuss what Alex Salmond's new party 'Alba' will mean for the Scottish elections in May. Scottish Conservative leader Douglas Ross says it poses a serious threat to the Union. Kenny MacAskill - who has defected to Alba from the SNP - says his new party aims to help his old.저자 Sky News
 
Unless you've been under a rock, you've probably heard about the Enneagram. And you've probably heard people who are both WILDLY for it and WILDLY opposed to it. This episode is something you might not have heard before - the facts. What are the facts of the Enneagram's history? Is it beneficial for Christians in any way? Why or why not? What do we…
 
Defence Secretary Ben Wallace says we “can’t be deaf and blind” to rising coronavirus cases abroad, insisting progress made by the UK’s vaccination programme can’t be put at risk. He says it’s vital the Government monitors the situation, and he responds to fears the spread of Covid-19 in Europe could put plans to holiday overseas this summer on hol…
 
Some say femininity is under attack - and yes, in many ways it is. But in other ways, we're handing it right over to the enemy because we have lost a right understanding of what it truly is, according to God. I'm discussing just that with Anneliese Louise of the instagram account Feminine Not Feminist. Sponsor: Leanne Tenbrink with Guaranteed Foods…
 
Today I'm chatting with Bob Scott, author of In the Company of Joseph, about big tech, artificial intelligence and what the future of those two things means for Christians in an increasingly hostile world. It's a big conversation, but it's one we need to be having as we stop to consider how we are living and how we will choose to live in the future…
 
Education Secretary Gavin Williamson says the government is considering longer school days and shorter holidays to help children catch up. Ofsted chief Amanda Spielman warns against the idea. Williamson says teachers will not get a pay rise. Shadow Foreign Secretary Lisa Nandy and the SNP's Mhairi Black talk International Women's Day.…
 
Chancellor Rishi Sunak strongly hints that the furlough scheme and other coronavirus support will be extended in the Budget. He refuses to deny he told Conservative colleagues that he plans to raise taxes now so he can cut them before the next election. He also warns that the public finances will have to be rebalanced. Shadow Chancellor Anneliese D…
 
Today we're chatting about the identification and calling out of false teachers. Should we? If so, how? Marcie Morris of Provoked to Proclaim joins Haley to discuss! Shownotes at KindledPodcast.com Leave a review Subscribe to the podcast: iTunes: http://apple.co/2YSTIXY Spotify: http://spoti.fi/2N3GdCa Android: http://bit.ly/3aLxAnH Connect with Ha…
 
Health Secretary Matt Hancock lays out the government's new vaccine target. He says the lockdown easing roadmap will be "cautious" and "indicative". Keir Starmer says all children should return to school on 8 March. William Hague calls for the end of most restrictions in April. Lord Hague and John McDonnell give conflicting advice to Keir Starmer.…
 
What should we expect from a new administration in terms of public policy? I'm discussing that today with Christina Herrin, Campaign Manager for Free to Choose Medicine. 2020 brought the largest public health crisis in recent history with Covid-19, and as we move into 2021 with a new presidential administration, the future of public health policy i…
 
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab suggests schools could reopen on a staggered basis. He says the UK is "on track" to meet its mid-February vaccine target. He also says Conservative MPs are making "arbitrary" demands for the end of lockdown. Professor Tim Spector explains research suggesting vaccines are 67% effective three weeks after one dose.…
 
Justin Haskins of the Heartland Institute joins to explain a broad topic: the Great Reset. Justin breaks down what this somewhat secretive movement actually is and what it is not. He shares the facts, debunks the more conspiratorial claims and explains how the Great Reset and the worldwide COVID-19 lockdowns are related. He also shares encouragemen…
 
Vaccines Minister Nadhim Zahawi defends the UK government's decision to only put arrivals from certain countries into hotel quarantine. He also confirms the UK will not have vaccine passports. The WHO's Special Envoy on Covid-19 Dr David Nabarro says the UK should give away vaccine once it has jabbed over-50s. He also says British scientists have b…
 
This Fall, we watched as the term "pro-life" was hijacked from the movement and pitted against us with the argument that it was not pro-ALL-life. Is this just semantics? Or is it a sign the movement needs a rebrand? Today, Gabriel Finochio and I discuss being ANTI-ABORTION, rather than pro-life, as well as the desperate need we have for church past…
 
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair slams "foolish" and "unacceptable" vaccine nationalism by the EU. He also calls for teachers to be prioritised for vaccines. International Trade Secretary Liz Truss says diverting vaccines to teachers could cost others' lives. She says the UK could share its vaccines with foreign countries.…
 
Surprise! We're back! Season 3 is here. And we're starting off with a BANG. Samuel Sey of slowtowrite.com and I are discussing "Christian Nationalism", the increasingly anti-Christian culture we are facing and the coming persecution that is all but imminent for true believers in Christ. This is one you do not want to miss. WANT MORE? Join us on Pat…
 
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab says the government hopes to set out plans to ease lockdown restrictions by March. He says every adult will receive an offer to be vaccinated by September. But he is unable to guarantee there will be enough supply to provide second doses within twelve weeks to those who have already had their first jab. Former FBI Dir…
 
Health Secretary Matt Hancock says the UK is "on course" to vaccinate two million people a week against coronavirus. He says annual jabs are "highly likely", and backs the police who issued two women in Derbyshire with fines for driving to a beauty spot. JCVI member Adam Finn calls for teachers to be prioritised for vaccines. Paramedic boss Tracy N…
 
SURPRISE! My Christmas present to you is here - a conversation with Alisha Illian on Perfection. With the New Year just around the corner, it's all to easy to buy into the lie that if we just eat a little differently or wake up earlier or buy this or drink that, we can be better. More perfect. And that pursuit can leave us frustrated and hopeless i…
 
Sophy looks back over the most extraordinary year in an end of year special with her producer Matt Lavender, editor Toby Sculthorp and Sky's political correspondent Kate McCann. They discuss coronavirus, Boris Johnson, and much more. Plus they hand out some end of year awards, as well as a few Christmas presents.…
 
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