Phylicia Masonheimer is an bestselling author and podcast host teaching Christians how to know what they believe and live it boldly. She holds a degree in religion from Liberty University and lives in northern Michigan with her husband and three kids. She’s also one of the most focused gals Val knows! Hear about Phylicia’s prayer routine, biggest prayer obstacles and how she finds focus in prayer.Phy’s website | Phy’s weekly newsletter, Conlectio (one of Val’s favorite newsletters she subscribes to!) | Phy on Instagram Val’s new book on prayer releases October 12! Pre-order 1 copy before release day and get the audio version for free. Pre-order 4 copies and get the free no-fail leader guide to lead a group through the book and launch an actual prayer group! Go to valmariepaper.com/pray to order and get bonuses. Want a journal designed to help you focus in prayer? Try our monthly format designed to be filled out once at the beginning of the month really intentionally. Then you can pick up daily to pray over several things on your list! Check out our brand new linen journals in the shop now! https://shop.valmariepaper.com/
Today Lisa welcomes her friend, power-house teacher, speaker, author and thought leader, Phylicia Masonheimer. This important conversation is packed with topics from issues that so many women have faced inside the church, reformed theology, feelings that have become an idol and what good church stories is all about. This is a must listen and share with your friends. Links: Website Facebook Instagram Stop Calling Me Beautiful Book The Bossy Emotions Quiz Learn more about Lisa at LisaWhittle.com Produced by Unmutable™
TRC REMIX: Who Should I Date? with Phylicia Masonheimer
The Refined Collective Podcast
Thank you Newsstand Studio at 1 Rockefeller Plaza for providing a place for me to record this episode for y’all! No more Brooklyn closet recording!!! Welcome to the TRC Remix Series #5. If you’re not sure what this series is click here for more info! Today’s TRC Remix episode is with Theologian and powerhouse Phylicia Masonheimer. In this conversation she candidly shares how her husband wasn’t her ‘type’ when they met. We move through the question: as a woman should we be looking for a ‘spiritual leader’ and what does that even mean when we say that? And finally she shares the top 3 things to look for in a partner. The Way They Met Phylicia shares how she didn’t see her husband as her type when she met him, but he loved her so well and he loved God--so she decided to give it a shot to see if feelings could develop. Do I need to be led spiritually by someone else? Do we need to be at the same place on our spiritual journey with the person we date and marry? The church taught us that we need to be led by men who act as our spiritual leaders, but ‘spiritual leader’ isn’t mentioned anywhere in the Bible. Phylicia shares the difference between complementarian views and the egalitarian views within Christianity. “We’re after the leader heart… not just somebody who has collected a lot of Bible knowledge.” Questions to Ask the Guy You’re Getting to Know Does he desire God? Does he desire to know God? Does he desire to go deeper? Is he dependent on his friends or parents to be spiritual? What are his sexual boundaries and standards? 3 Things to Look For in a Partner Loves God Works hard Humility “If he has those three things, then he can grow, he can change, he can develop + adapt. But it’s really hard to be tied to an unbeliever, a lazy man, or a stubborn man.” Why you should date someone that share your faith / worldview? Phylicia recalls the time she was dating someone who didn’t share her faith. She was unsure if she should move forward, so she asked God for a sign. She received three. “You’ve known the truth all along.” 2 Corinthians 6:14 — “Do not be yoked together with unbelievers.”…with fundamentally different worldviews you’re pulling in different directions—you want to be with someone who is moving forward with you. Since this episode went live, I do a deeper dive on the question: should I date / marry a Christian HERE. Resources You can buy her book, Stop Calling Me Beautiful, here. Keep up with her at PhyliciaMasonheimer.com or on Instagram at @phyliciamasonheimer. I’m an avid reader and always have at least 3 books going at once. Anyone else love getting lost in a good fiction book? I just got a new book I’m super excited about called The Lost and Found Bookshop by Susan Wiggs. This NYT Bestseller now in paperback is the perfect feel-good summer read for a beach read or your book club. Grab your copy anywhere books are sold or find more at SusanWiggs.com. We invest large amounts of money into our careers. But with things like love, we think “It’ll happen when it happens,” and with things like kids, we think “I’ll think about that down the road.” What if we were just as intentional about our reproductive health as we are our careers? Modern Fertility is an easy way to test your fertility with an at-home test at a fraction of the cost. Go to ModernFertility.com/refined for $20 off your fertility test. Finding a bra that fits, is comfortable, and cute or sexy… it feels impossible. I recently had an enjoyable bra shopping experience with the female-founded and led company Natori. They have everything from size A to G. Go to Natori.com and apply the code REFINED at checkout for 15% off at checkout. Be sure to use the hashtag #MyNatori on social media.
Phylicia Masonheimer: Where is the Young Church Going and Why?
Today on Table Theology, our guest is Phylicia Masonheimer and she talks about her latest project "Good Church Stories". We discuss abuse in the church and what makes a good church. There is a big exodus of millennials leaving the Church and "deconstructing" and the church needs to be aware and also know how to love these people. Resources:Table TheologyPhylicia Masonheimer Nine Marks of a Healthy Church by Mark Dever
141: Understanding Catholicism with Phylicia Masonheimer
The Home and Hearth Podcast
Phylicia Masonheimer is a wife, mom of 3 littles, national bestselling author of Stop Calling Me Beautiful, speaker, podcaster, and blogger. She joins me on the Home and Hearth podcast for the third time, this time to chat all about Catholicism and how Protestants and Catholics ought to interact. What we Chat about in This Episode ~The DM I received which led to this conversation ~Catholic theology 101 ~The beginning of the Catholic church; Peter as the first Pope ~How the legalization of Christianity by Constantine in the 300s affected and changed the church into an entity with political power; how this led to problems Luther later addressed ~The church split between the Eastern Orthodox church and the Western Roman Catholic church in 1066 ~What church history reveals about the Catholic church ~The oftentimes vitriolic discord between Catholics and Protestants today and what we should do about it ~The good (and not so good!) aspects of the Reformation ~Good that has come from the Catholic church ~The crucial importance about being honest about church history ~The Catholic church's own inside Reformation ~The importance of willingly calling sin sin - no matter what camp it is coming from ~Answering the question of whether or not there are Christians in the Catholic church ~The similarities and differences between the Catholic Church at the Council of Trent and the Catholic Church today; the implications of Vatican II in the 20th century ~How the nominal approach to Christianity which Catholics are accused of is also prevalent in the Protestant church, as well ~Similarities between certain issues in the Catholic church and certain of the same issues in the Protestant church ~How we as Protestants are too often guilty of misrepresenting what Catholics actually believe; the importance of basing our view of Catholicism on Catholic sources and resources themselves, rather than on mere hearsay ~The existence of bias in all of us ~The prejudice that can exist between Catholics and Protestants; how knowing actual church history can help us with this ~Being willing to be an honest critical thinker as opposed to running to the traps of legalism and extremism ~Our call to do good works as the hands and feet of Christ ~Being very careful what we do and do not label as a cult ~Being willing to be slow to speak, quick to listen, and quick to understand; the huge impact this can have on our interactions with people we do disagree with ~The existence of variations of belief among Catholics, just as there are among Protestants ~Bringing down straw man arguments ~And more! For full shownotes, head to www.hargraveshomeandhearth.com/podcast
Evaluating Sex Resources, with Phylicia Masonheimer
Sex Chat for Christian Wives
For many years, there were very few resources for Christians who wanted to learn how to have a healthy sex life. Now Christians can find more and more books, courses, and videos to help them. It's great to have choices, but sometimes it's hard to know whether or not a particular resource is good. Today we're joined by Phylicia Masonheimer. She encourages women to discern God's truth and live out their faith boldly in every area of their lives—including the bedroom. We talk about why it's difficult to discern which resources are biblical and helpful, what to consider when evaluating a resource, and whether to use a secular resource and then share a few recommendations. Sponsor Click here to learn more about Revival AI's investment opportunity. From the Bible Ephesians 5 NIV What does God have to say about evaluating resources? The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom; all who follow his precepts have good understanding. To him belongs eternal praise. – Psalm 111:10 In fact, though by this time you ought to be teachers, you need someone to teach you the elementary truths of God’s word all over again. You need milk, not solid food! Anyone who lives on milk, being still an infant, is not acquainted with the teaching about righteousness. But solid food is for the mature, who by constant use have trained themselves to distinguish good from evil. – Hebrews 5:12-14 See to it that no one takes you captive through hollow and deceptive philosophy, which depends on human tradition and the elemental spiritual forces of this world rather than on Christ. – Colossians 2:8 If any of you lacks wisdom, you should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to you. – James 1:5 But the wisdom that comes from heaven is first of all pure; then peace-loving, considerate, submissive, full of mercy and good fruit, impartial and sincere. Peacemakers who sow in peace reap a harvest of righteousness. – James 3:17-18 Teach me, Lord, the way of your decrees, that I may follow it to the end. Give me understanding, so that I may keep your law and obey it with all my heart. Direct me in the path of your commands, for there I find delight. Turn my heart toward your statutes and not toward selfish gain. Turn my eyes away from worthless things; preserve my life according to your word. – Psalm 119:33-37 Resources Phylicia Masonheimer's website Verity Podcast with Phylicia Masonheimer Sexuality | Phylicia Masonheimer How to Read a Marriage Book | Hot, Holy & Humorous Are You in an Abusive or Destructive Marriage? | Hot, Holy & Humorous The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work by John Gottman & Nan Silver The Four Horsemen: Criticism, Contempt, Defensiveness, & Stonewalling | The Gottman Institute Leslie Vernick ministry The Emotionally Destructive Marriage: How to Find Your Voice and Reclaim Your Hope by Leslie Vernick Christian Cosmo: The Sex Talk You Never Had by Phylicia Masonheimer Pillow Talk: 40 Conversations about Sex for Married Couples by J. Parker Virgin Bride Guidebook: Wedding Night Answers by Bonny Logsdon Burns Unlock Your Libido: 52-Week Sex Drive Transformation by Bonny Logsdon Burns Awaken Love: The Truth About Sex that will Transform Your Marriage by Ruth Buezis The Gift of Sex: A Guide to Sexual Fulfillment by Clifford & Joyce Penner Enjoy!: The Gift of Sexual Pleasure for Women by Joyce & Clifford Penner Authentic Intimacy – Juli Slattery ministry Rethinking Sexuality: God's Design and Why It Matters by Juli Slattery Intended for Pleasure: Sex Technique and Sexual Fulfillment in Christian Marriage by Ed & Gaye Wheat Visit our website: forchristianwives.com
On battling anxiety with Phylicia Masonheimer – Hf #328
Finding Joy in Your Home
Anxiety is no stranger to both Phylicia and myself. In this episode, my guest Phylicia Masonheimer, is going to share her journey with battling anxiety from a Biblical and practical stand point. It's a very encouraging chat. Let's dive in!Listen to the Podcast:And don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast in iTunes.Right click here and save-as to download this episode to your computer.Links & Resources: This interview originally appeared in the 2021 Homemaking Ministries Online Conference. If you would like access to the other 39+ conference sessions. Check it out here Our Sponsor: For 50% off your first Care/of order, go to TakeCareOf.com/home50 and enter code: home50
Sex & Christianity Ep. 2: Masturbation, Emotional & Visual Pornography & How They Affect You with Phylicia Masonheimer
The Living Easy Podcast
Today's conversation is all about masturbation, visual pornography, emotional pornography and how they impact you, your faith and your relationship. We are also talking about how it impacts your relationship with God. Phylicia Masonheimer is an author, speaker, theologian and Bible teacher. Phylicia has written a book, Christian Cosmo, all about the topic of sex and christianity. On The Living Easy Podcast, Phylicia shares her own struggles and experience with pornography and masturbation and what healing and overcoming has looked like. We dig into what the Bible says about these topics, how it affects your sex life, how it affects your relationship with Jesus and how it impacts and changes your brain physiologically. CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR THE WIFE PROJECT COURSE WAITLIST - LAUNCHING IN FEBRUARY! Follow along with Lindsey on Instagram @livingeasywithlindsey for biblical and heart-challenging posts about faith & relationships, scripture and a perspective that challenges the status quo. Lindsey's heart and hope is to call you up to be more like Jesus and to fight for permanent, lasting, heart change - because "nothing changes if nothing changes". Follow along with Phylicia on IG at: @phyliciamasonheimer Check out Phylicia's many blog posts and resources as well as her podcast: Verity. If you haven't had a chance to subscribe and give a star rating and review on iTunes, we know you're the kind of girl to give us some feedback! Please take 30 seconds to let us know what you think of Living Easy. Thank you! Lindsey Maestas is the host of The Living Easy Podcast and discusses faith, truth and relationships while never shying away from the hard and uncomfortable topics. Lindsey has two mottos: 'You Are More Than Your Mess' and 'Nothing Changes if Nothing Changes' and she speaks to women of all ages about how to pursue righteousness and true joy while making real, lasting changes in their lives with a biblical foundation. Go to Patreon.com/livingeasy to be a part of Lindsey's monthly Coffee Dates via Zoom where she and other girls in the Living Easy community get together to talk about faith, relationships and real life. Follow along with Lindsey on Instagram @livingeasywithlindsey for tons of honest and heart-challenging posts about faith & relationships, scripture, quotes and encouragement that will call you up in your day-to-day! If you haven't had a chance to subscribe and give a star rating and review on iTunes, we know you're the kind of girl to give us some feedback! Please take 30 seconds to let us know what you think of Living Easy. Thank you! Lindsey Maestas is the host of The Living Easy Podcast and discusses faith, truth and relationships while never shying away from the hard and uncomfortable topics. Lindsey has two mottos: 'You Are More Than Your Mess' and 'Nothing Changes if Nothing Changes' and she speaks to moms, wives and girls about how to pursue righteousness and true joy while making real, lasting changes. Go to Patreon.com/livingeasy to be a part of Lindsey's monthly Coffee Dates via Zoom where she and other girls in the Living Easy community get together to talk about faith, relationships and real life.
051 - A Challenge for Women to Go Deeper into God's Word (with Phylicia Masonheimer)
Million Praying Moms
STOP CALLING ME BEAUTIFUL! Today's episode is a challenge for all Christian women to stop accepting shallow, surface-level teaching, and a powerless Gospel and to stretch instead for soul-deep strength based on the whole truth of God's Word. Our guest, Phylicia Masonheimer, has a passion to teach women the history and depth of the Christian faith; the "why" behind the Bible, and together with Erin and Brooke, she answers questions like: Why Christian women rarely experience much change after coming to Christ. How to recognize "pink fluff" theology and what the message of the church to women should be instead. How to make positive change to women's ministry. And so much more! Tune in to this incredibly challenging, empowering episode now! MPM Show Notes: www.millionprayingmoms.com/051-stop-calling-me-beautiful. Million Praying Moms FB Community: www.facebook.com/groups/millionprayingmomscommunity Million Praying Moms on Instagram: www.instagram.com/millionprayingmoms