Season 2, Episode 3. You guessed it. Jeff and Andre are talking money. Money tends to be one of the most challenging and stressful topics for couples to talk about, so they are diving in with Greg Gilbert, a friend and Wealth Advisor. Listening up for three things: $200 at target, wants and needs of your partner, and zip lock bags. ------------Welcome to the Love or Work Podcast, hosted by Andre Shinabarger (Physician Assistant, Grady Hospital) and Jeff Shinabarger (Social Entrepreneur and Founder of Plywood People). They are asking the question: Is it possible to change the world, stay in love, and raise a healthy family? 100 interviews where Jeff and Andre learn from other working families in the journey of marriage, purpose, and parenting.Order the Love or Work Book!Website: www.loveorwork.comInstagram: www.instagram.com/loveorworkLove or Work is a project of Plywood People.Plywood is a non-profit in Atlanta leading a community of start-ups doing good. www.plywoodpeople.com
On today’s episode we’re continuing our series, Knowing and Loving God, with Greg Gilbert, the senior pastor at Third Avenue Baptist Church in Louisville, Kentucky. As we continue talking about knowing and loving God, it’s important that we lay a foundation for how we come to know him: through his Word. Greg is also the author of What Is the Gospel? (Crossway, 2010), Assured: Discover Grace, Let Go of Guilt, and Rest in Your Salvation (Baker, 2019), and the commentary in the ESV Story of Redemption Bible (Crossway, 2018). He is the co-author of What Is the Mission of the Church?: Making Sense of Social Justice, Shalom, and the Great Commission (Crossway, 2011). You can follow him on Twitter. FULL SHOW NOTES DISCUSSION QUESTIONS • Why is God’s written Word so important?• What is the value in understanding the big story of the Bible?• What specific steps can you take to gain a better understanding of the big story of redemption?• How can you look for Jesus - the Word made flesh - as you read God’s Word?• What are you going to do or implement as a result of what you’ve learned this week? SPONSORS Dwell, an audio Bible app we love, wants to help you get in the Word and stay in the Word! Go to dwellapp.io/journeywomen to get 10% off a yearly subscription, or 33% off Dwell for life. Turning of Days by Hannah Anderson is a new book of essays taking you through the four seasons and helps you discover the truths woven into the natural world. Check out Turning of Days by Hannah Anderson . . . and start listening to the whispers of God's creation. Available at moodypublishers.com or wherever good books are sold. FOR MORE Subscribe: iTunes | Android Follow Us: Instagram | Facebook Support the podcast by writing a review Interviews do not imply Journeywomen’s endorsement of all writings and positions of the interviewee or any other resources mentioned. Affiliate links used are used where appropriate. Thank you for supporting the products that support Journeywomen!
Have you ever doubted your salvation in Jesus Christ? Pastor and author Greg Gilbert addresses this concern in his book Assured: Discover Grace, Let Go of Guilt, and Rest in Your Salvation and gives hope and truth to hold on to in the midst of doubts.
Greg Gilbert & Rabbi Walker discuss his book Assured
Author Interviews (FREE) - Revealing The Truth with Rabbi Eric Walker (audio)
Despite our professions of belief, our baptisms, and our membership in the church, many of us secretly wonder, Am I truly saved? We worry that our love for Jesus isn't fervent enough (or isn't as fervent as someone else's). We worry that our faith isn't strong enough. We struggle through the continuing presence of sin in our lives. All this steals the joy of our salvation and can lead us into a life characterized by legalism, perfectionism, and works righteousness--the very life Jesus freed us from at the cross!But Greg Gilbert has a message for the anxious believer--be assured. Assured that your salvation experience was real. Assured that your sins--past, present, and future--are forgiven. Assured that everyone stumbles. Assured that Jesus is not your judge but your advocate. With deep compassion, Gilbert comforts readers, encouraging them to release their guilt, shame, and anxiety to rejoice in and follow hard after the One who set them free.