Join hosts Jared Gregory and Austin Hemmen as they kick off an exciting new season of Real Life at Life Foursquare Church! 🎉
📺 In this episode, we’re unveiling a fresh format: Real Life is now a video podcast, with new episodes dropping every 2 weeks!
This week we are beginning a new series, with Sharlay Knight, working through the book of Philippians. Sharlay breaks the book down into small sections so that we can gain a more thorough understanding of them. Today, we start in chapter 2!
Today we are joined by Ben and Andrea West! Ben and Andrea have been running a Tae-Kwon-Do school for years and today we talk about where interests and ministry intersect!
We’re sitting down to talk about parenting with Pastor Lynn Cooper today! Whether we’re looking at pre or post-pandemic, the struggles of parenting are always present. Pastor Lynn gives works through practical advice and spiritual truths as we unpack parenting in today’s context.
Addiction is something that hits each one of our lives – whether we have walked through it ourselves or if know someone currently walking through it. Today, we sit down with Matt Layton to hear his story from addiction to freedom.
Step-parenting is becoming more and more common in families all over the world. One of the biggest struggles in this transition is that many step-parents jump in with no context or help. So today, we sit down with Lewis and Erin to hear about their journey and hopefully provide some help for other parents who find themselves walking through this season.
We talk about Joe and Nicoles experience, hurdles, and encouragements for other people who might consider fostering.
Connecting with other people has always been a super important part of discipleship and overall life. But for many of us, it’s become a supplement or bonus instead of a necessity. Today Mitchell and Abby walk us through what works for them and how we can all begin to live more connected lives.
As we kickoff the new season of Real Life, we are joined by Mellisa Stacey and Janelle McCollum to talk about their perspectives surrounding education. Obviously it’s been a difficult season for all educators, so today we sit down and discuss some of the triumphs and struggles. We also take time to talk about some of the ways that we can all support our local educators.
Parenting in a Pandemic! In this season, parents from all sorts of different contexts have found themselves asking about parenting, children, and all things in between. What are some issues with parenting in the midst of a pandemic? What are some of the struggles? How do we know if we’re doing a good job?In the coming weeks we will be addressing these concerns as we have a very real conversation about Parenting in a Pandemic!