Episode Summary Since Mike and Linda didn’t quite finish up the conversation on abusive relationships yesterday, they are going to continue talking about it today. How do divorce and abuse tie into one another? When do you say enough is enough? Today they focus on tying biblical objectives and doctrines into real-life situations. It’s one thing to quote scriptures at people facing abusive marriages, but it is another thing entirely to actually apply those ideas to a person’s real, difficult situation. ○ ○ ○ Connect with the Sassos Join Mike and Linda live on the air 2:30 – 3:30 PM MST Tuesday through
Episode Summary Today, Mike and Linda continue on the topic of abusive relationships and how to handle them in a Biblical, Christ-centered way. ○ ○ ○ Connect with the Sassos Join Mike and Linda live on the air 2:30 – 3:30 PM MST Tuesday through Friday. You can call in at (208) 377-3790 or text (208) 891-2635. Check out Calvary Chapel Eagle at calvarychapeleagle.com Previous Post: Marriage in the Context of Abusive Relationships || Next Post: Effects of Infidelity and Abuse Related: Family Life Today–What is Domestic Abuse?
Episode Summary Today, Mike and Linda start a discussion on the topic of abusive relationships. ○ ○ ○ Connect with the Sassos Join Mike and Linda live on the air 2:30 – 3:30 PM MST Tuesday through Friday. You can call in at (208) 377-3790 or text (208) 891-2635. Check out Calvary Chapel Eagle at calvarychapeleagle.com Previous Post: More Thoughts on Remarriage || Next Post: More Thoughts on Abusive Relationships Related: Simply the Bible–Marriage of Female Heirs
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
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.
Prepare to Be Safe Air Date: 2015-09-23 If your marriage is abusive, what should you do? Author and pastor Justin Holcomb gives us a glimpse into the heart and mind of an abuse victim, and tells why a victim often chooses to stay in an abusive relationship rather than seeking safety. Hear some steps to take to devise your own safety plan. Justin Holocomb is an Episcopal priest (serving as the Canon for Vocations in the Diocese of Central Florida) and teaches theology, philosophy, and Christian thought at Gordon-Conwell-Theological Seminary and Reformed Theological Seminary. He previously taught at the University of Virginia and Emory University.
Deliver Us From Evil Air Date: 2015-09-22 Can domestic abuse be found in Christian homes too? Absolutely, states Pastor Justin Holcomb. A desire for power and control over someone else is at the root of domestic abuse, Justin says. The best way to avoid an abusive relationship is to not get in one in the first place. Watch how a man treats his mother and other women around him, and you’ll have a good idea of how he’ll treat you someday. Justin is an Episcopal priest (serving as the Canon for Vocations in the Diocese of Central Florida) and teaches theology, philosophy, and Christian thought at