Do you struggle with feeling good enough? Have you left the church because you are tired of trying to live up to all the “dos” and “don’ts?” Our guest grew up in the church with “the list” and now is sharing how she found true freedom. Popular speaker and author Barb Roose says the struggle to live up to a set of rules is nothing new and the Apostle Paul directs us to the true path to freedom in the book of Galatians. Listen for the freedom principles that we can use whenever we have that nagging “do better” or “do more” mindset.
Have you ever wondered how to live out your faith in a world where truth is relative? Are you wanting to become better at sharing your faith story and having faith conversations with others? Ken and Deb visit with podcaster, author, and YouTube host Alisa Childers, who will be equipping women to share the gospel at a spring retreat for area women at Corem Deo Bible Church later this month. Alisa shares with us some of the tools and training that will be part of this upcoming retreat.
Barb Roose is a popular speaker and author who is passionate about teaching women to live beautifully strong and courageous in spite of their fears so that they can experience God’s great adventure of faith and purpose for their lives.
Barb is the author of three books, Surrendered Devotional, Winning the Worry Battle, and Enough Already, and five Bible studies, Breakthrough, Surrendered, I’m Waiting, God, Joshua, and Beautiful Already. Her writing has been featured in many magazines, and she also writes a regular blog at BarbRoose.com. She hosts the “Better Together” Facebook Live events and podcast. Roose lives in Toledo, Ohio, and is the proud mom of three adult daughters.
Alisa Childers is a wife, a mom, an author, a blogger, a speaker, and a worship leader. She was a member of the award-winning CCM recording group ZOEgirl.
She is a popular speaker at apologetics and Christian worldview conferences, including reTHINK. Alisa has been published at The Gospel Coalition, Crosswalk, The Stream, For Every Mom, Decision magazine, and The Christian Post.