Episode Summary Continuing in Ephesians 5, Mike and Linda discuss new aspects of working on a marriage. One way a couple can work on their marriage is to serve. “We are saved to serve.” So much can be learned about one’s self and relationships by serving the Lord in whatever ways He calls one to serve. Christianity is not a religion of being alone; God has called all Christians to some form of community or another. Additionally, they also take a caller who asks about abuse in the home. Look Up is expanding! Beginning in September, Look Up will be increasing broadcast from a
Episode Summary Today, Mike and Linda give more thoughts and Biblical direction on the call that they took in yesterday’s episode. They focus on how to deal with the sin of addiction and how it can affect a marriage. Although marriage should be founded on unconditional love, Mike gives a few conditions that apply to marriage. He also discusses how a marriage cannot be reconciled until there has been repentance of the sin that is pulling the marriage apart. In today’s episode, Mike and Linda reference several scriptures that are related to this topic: John 14:21 Matthew 7:21 Matthew 5:31-32 Matthew 19 1 Corinthians 7
Today in the studio Skip Hall is talking with Marsha Tennyson and Connie Johnston. Marsha Tennyson is the heart and soul, and founder, of Chrysalis. Chrysalis provides a safe, loving Christian environment for women coming out of incarceration, addiction, and abuse. Connie is a board member of Chrysalis and works to create funds and help spread the mission of Chrysalis.
This week Mark is in with The Idaho Department of Correction’s David Birch, who is the chief of the department’s Division of Probation and Parole. David began his career in the criminal justice system in 1997 with Ada County Juvenile Court Services. He joined IDOC as a probation and parole officer in 2003. In the years since, he has served as a section supervisor, district manager and most recently as deputy chief of Probation and Parole.