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Spiritual Growth

Living the 10-second rule

Do you ever wrestle with how to live out faith in Christ in a practical, day to day way? Listen as Susie talks with author and businessman Clare DeGraaf. We’re going to help you focus your faith and see what you can do in the next ten seconds that will please God. Key Scriptures: John 14:23; James 1:22-25 Theme Song: If You Say Go by Rita…

Susie Larson



Got pain? Get over it!

2 years ago, the front tire of my bike, met the space between a railroad track and the road. A half second later, my hands met the pavement. I broke both of them… in a few different places. That moment of physical pain provided lessons (always cross the tracks at a 90 degree angle… and unclip from my pedals). And it left scars that will probably…


Tell God you’ll do it

Lately, when people have asked how things are going, I have been using words like “trajectory” and “momentum” and “opposition” and “growth”. There is a definite feel these days that the pace of life is swift and the Christian life is counterculture. Whenever God expands your borders, giving you a wider platform or a louder voice…


For better or for worse

The small country church where our family worships every Sunday turned 125 years old this summer. We celebrated with a pageant, picnics, and an old-fashioned “hymn sing” under a big white tent. We lingered long over tables, while our children ran unending circles around a church tucked into the crook of a farm field.…


Are snakes biting your ankles?

Have you ever been bitten by a poisonous snake and felt its lethal effect coursing through your veins? I have. No, I never have been snagged by the fangs of a rattlesnake or cobra, but I been attacked by other kinds of snakes that inject their poison of hate, bitterness, irritation, discouragement, hopelessness, fear, depression…


Good gone bad

“Mom, what are those blue spots on the loaf of bread?” my daughter questioned as I was reaching for my morning coffee. Uh oh. I walked over to the counter, plucked up the half loaf with the plastic bag clearly displaying the fuzzy spots of my neglect, and tossed it into the garbage. Summertime for me means fewer hours in the kitchen and…

Liz Curtis Higgs


Draw the circle

There is a way to experience a deeper, more passionate, persistent, and intimate prayer life. Today Susie talks with Mark Batterson of National Community Church. Mark has written a new book titled Draw the Circle, and he’ll teach us a new way to pray with boldness and witness God at work in our lives. Key Scriptures: Joshua 3:5; Matthew…

Susie Larson


A messy, scary battle with sin

It had been a long day, and I was excited to come home and have time to relax. I’d kicked off my shoes and was all ready to curl up with a good book and my journal. Casually I glanced up – and that’s when I saw it. A large black object on the ceiling above the kitchen table. It was one of my worst fears, in the flesh. Or the exoskeleton.…



When grace doesn’t really seem like grace

Let us then with confidence draw near to the throne of grace, that we may receive mercy and find grace to help in time of need. – Hebrews 4:16 We’ve heard the phrase “God works in mysterious ways”, but the way He pours out His grace seems like it can hurt. Robin Jones Gunn has been through experiences just like…

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