Bob Goff Taught Lauren Daigle to Dream Big and Laugh About It
More Than a Song - Discovering the Truth of Scripture Hidden in Today's Popular Christian Music
What constitutes a miracle to you? How about raising a dead man to life? Of course! Did you know that miracle is available to us as well? That's what Lauren Daigle sings about in her song, "Still Rolling Stones." We learn straight from the words of Jesus in this episode. Explore a familiar story with me in John 11. In this week’s episode, I discuss: Taking a B.I.T.E. out of Scripture - this week's Bible Interaction Tool Exercises include: Repetition Read in a variety of translations Write in your Bible Reading the account of Christ's resurrection in all four gospels Choosing the rolling stone incident in John 11 - John 11:39 Why I use the English Standard Version to study - Bonus article by Wayne Grudem Letting things "rise to the surface" by reading repetitively Doing the work of interacting with God's Word to get results Focusing on what we DO understand before getting thrown off by what we don't understand in a text Exploring some "so" and "so that"s in the text Lazarus' illness was for God's glory SO THAT the Son of God may be glorified - John 11:4 Jesus loved the sisters and Lazarus, so he waited to go meet them in their grief - John 11:5 Jesus was glad he wasn't there so that they would believe - John 11:14-15 Recognizing that we don't always know God's motive and big-picture plan (even though we often ascribe motive to Him anyway) Exploring exactly what Jesus wanted us to "believe" since he said it six of the nine times it was mentioned in this chapter - John 11:25-26 Stepping out in faith to believe Jesus so that we too can be called from death to eternal life Recognizing that there were people who witnessed this miraculous event and still chose not to believe It's REALLY, REALLY important to Jesus that you believe in Him. THAT is what leads to eternal life. He want to roll the stone away from your life. More Than a Song Playlist Additional Resources Lyrics and chords - Essential Worship The Advantages of the English Standard Version (ESV) Translation - by Wayne Grudem (on the translation team of the ESV Bible) - online article Weekly Challenge Read John 11. Read John 11 several times and in several translations. Mark in your Bible, or print out a version you feel comfortable marking up and highlight the areas where the word "believe" is used. That is the theme I don't want you to miss. Explore the conjunction "so" and ponder the reason and explanation clauses surrounding it.
Amazon Music Presents New Podcast - Daigle Bites with Lauren Daigle
The Freddie & Alyssa Show
Sneak Peek of new podcast, Daigle Bites, brought to you by Amazon Music. On today’s inaugural Season two episode, Lauren is inviting on psychotherapist and New York Times bestselling author of Maybe You Should Talk to Someone, Lori Gottlieb! The two dive in right away as Lauren asks Lori if she always envisioned being a counselor and how to create incredible connection with others through storytelling and music. The pair also chat about: what Lori believes drives the narrative of isolation, Lauren’s personal story with counseling and mental health, how to identify what ‘wise compassion’ is, the difference between productive anxiety vs unproductive anxiety and exactly where to start to breed more compassion. If you’re ready to understand a little more about yourself, and those around you, to ultimately cultivate deeper relationships - this episode is for you. In addition to her clinical practice, Lori writes The Atlantic’s weekly “Dear Therapist” advice column and is co-host of the popular “Dear Therapists” podcast produced by Katie Couric.Listen here: wondery.fm/FandA_DaigleBites
Lauren Daigle, Trey's opinion on Christian Rap, Our Testimonies | Ep. 1
The Cole & Cole Show
For the first episode of The Cole & Cole Show Cole and Trey lay the foundation of the show. What will you hear when you tune in, why are Cole and Trey starting a new podcast, and what is the goal? The Cole & Cole show will bring Biblical advice on Biblical topics through the Word of God while also using personal experiences. First, Cole and Trey bring some hot takes on Lauren Daigle, Lecrae, and Peace 107. Should Christian artists use the name of Jesus at least once in their songs or is it ok for Christian artists to try and downplay this aspect of the lyrics so that the listener can decide who they are singing about? Has Lecrae gone overboard on his attempt to be accepted by the culture and does he still qualify as a Christian rapper? Is Peace 107 (if you are in College Station) even worth listening to if it only plays the same Lauren Daigle and Mandisa songs over and over? Let us know your thoughts below! Then, Cole and Trey share their testimonies. How did they come to know Christ? What has God done in their lives? Why have they chosen to give their life to Christ? After accepting Christ, how have their lives changed on both the inside and outside? There is not one person that deserves to know Christ, but we all have that opportunity. Every testimony is powerful because ever testimony is the miracle of someone going from death to life through Jesus Christ. What is your testimony? How has God worked in your life? Want to find us on other platforms? Links below: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coleandcole/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thecoleandacoleshow Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/08IsnWeRTO8hc2sTEZpo3E Personal Links: Cole— https://www.instagram.com/cole3harris/ Trey— https://www.instagram.com/treycole1/--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thecolecoleshow/support
My podcast is all about having heart-to-heart conversations with people who are changing the world... and none could exemplify that more than today's episode with Lauren Daigle. She's young, talented, beautiful, full of wisdom and grace, and 100% authentic! Lauren endears herself even closer to my heart today with the sharing of some deeply personal thoughts and feelings. and I know you'll all feel the same way! Join us! ~ Delilah Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
More Than a Song - Discovering the Truth of Scripture Hidden in Today's Popular Christian Music
What if you could have that ONE relationship where, no matter how bad you mess things up, the other One won't let go? Our Heavenly Father offers us that stability and consistency we desperately want. When Lauren Daigle sings "Hold On To Me," I think of the many times in Scripture where God promises to do just that. Let's learn more about our Father, who holds us close. In this episode, I discuss: Taking a B.I.T.E. out of Scripture - this week's Bible Interaction Tool Exercises include: Consult an overview Read in context Start with God Compare and contrast Make a list Meditate on Scripture The 30 Day Music Challenge A trusted overview of Isaiah - BibleProject.com How God not only holds us, but carries us - Isaiah 40:11 How God holds us, has the power to keep us, and has our good at heart - Isaiah 41:10 Staying faithful to study God's Word no matter the stage of experience you are in Starting with God when you approach Scripture Using questions to spur on additional study or leaving them unanswered while you meditate on the parts you do understand An article on "recompense" - GotQuestions.org Correcting any wrong thinking that may say we are hidden from God's sight or that He is indifferent - Isaiah 40:27-31 Additional Resources Lyrics - NewReleaseToday.com Chords - Essential Worship The Story Behind the Song "Hold On To Me" by Lauren Daigle - YouTube Video Commentary on Isaiah - BibleStudyTools.com This Week's Challenge Read Isaiah 40 and 41 and note the characteristics, conduct, and concerns of our mighty Creator. Figure out how these chapters of Isaiah fit into the whole by watching the overview videos over at BibleProject.com. Make a list, compare and contrast, and meditate on all that God has revealed Himself to be. Then turn in trust despite your current circumstances knowing that He's holding on to you.
I adore Lauren Daigle! Her voice and her heart- authentic and tender. Join me for this rich conversation with Lauren about gifts of grace she received during the pandemic and the longing for real connection. 3:55-How God transformed Lauren during the pandemic 13:00- Engaging social media in a healthy way
Lauren Daigle Talks Music, Authenticity, Community, and ‘Hold On To Me’, Plus Jonas Myrin on Creative Productivity - Episode 543
Entertaining Insights with Dr. Nancy Berk
Grammy-winning hit maker Lauren Daigle joins Nancy to discuss her career, the impact of others on her songwriting, the power of humor, her love of community, and the new music video Hold On To Me that highlights the important needs of others (1:26). In the second segment, Grammy winner and singer/songwriter Jonas Myrin shares his secrets for creative inspiration that have helped inspire others and his new single “For The Ones We Love” and the official music video (35:04). Like and follow Entertaining Insights Facebook Page. Watch the official music video for Lauren Daigle’s Hold On To Me. Find out more about The Price Fund. Watch the official music video for Jonas Myrin's For The Ones We Love. Visit Nancy’s website. Learn about segment sponsor the Finding Brave podcast with host Kathy Caprino (1:03, 34:53).
MY GRACIOUS HOW MUCH DO I LOVE LAUREN DAIGLE. From her family's land in Louisiana, Lauren checks in with us, tells us what she learned in the last year, how it has changed her for good, why she almost quit music, and we have a great Taylor Swift Side Bar. Make sure you check out her new song Hold On To Me. . . . . . Sign up to receive the AFD Week In Review email and ask questions to future guests! #thatsoundsfunpodcast Thank you to our sponsor! Ritual: Get 10% off during your first 3 months. Visit ritual.com/THATSOUNDSFUN to start your Ritual today! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.