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Episode 69: Beth Moore Interviews Us!

Worthy: Celebrating the Value of Women

Beth Moore turns the tables and hosts this episode, interviewing Elyse and Eric on the one year anniversary of Worthy: Celebrating the Value of Women and the podcast. 


24 May 2021

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Episode 68: Interview with Beth Moore

Worthy: Celebrating the Value of Women

Author, speaker, and bible teacher Beth Moore is back on the podcast to chatting with Elyse and Eric about her most recent study on Galatians, Now That Faith Has Come, co-written with her daughter Melissa, and how the gospel informs her social media presence. Now That Faith Has Come: https://amzn.to/3710Juj

1hr 1min

17 May 2021

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Spring Back Series #1: Courageously Changing with Beth Moore

For The Love With Jen Hatmaker Podcast

Spring is here, and you know what that means! Blossoming, regrowth, cleaning out, all the goodness that comes with a new season. But that doesn’t mean we should leave behind the lessons learned last season. We can be watering what we planted, watching it grow, and trying to become the better humans we’ve always strived to be. There are truths and lessons that come back year after year, reminding us of who we want to be and who we should be. To that end, we’ve gathered some wisdom from a few of our favorite For The Love Podcast guests that speak into what’s happening in our world right now, plus some brand new commentary from Jen as to how we can apply these ideas to where we are in our lives today.  Spring back with as we revisit these time-tested truths while we keep on finding our footing in the present.  Episode Description It’s new series time--and we’re “springing back” to some For the Love favorites, while bringing you some new thoughts from Jen’s heart in this season! As they say, what’s old becomes new again, and we can rely on spring every year to bring us that new growth; from the plants to the trees, and oftentimes within our own souls. This week we are bringing back one of Jen’s longtime inspirations and mentors, Beth Moore. Beth’s recent split from her roots in the Southern Baptist community after calling out the misogyny, inequality, and disregard for many minority communities has a lot of people talking. It was a big, huge deal, and Jen explains what this means to the Christian zeitgeist. Jen also revisits her favorite moments with Beth and dives back into how we can learn to live a life filled with faith even if that means pushing back against long held, and perhaps antiquated beliefs. So, let’s Spring back to our interview with Beth, and reflect on the biblical concept of the vineyard and how vines can grow in rocky places, opening space for God to prune and prepare us for change that comes with seasons of growth.   * * * Thank you to our sponsors! Noom |There’s a science to getting healthier. It’s called Noom. Sign up for your trial today at noom.com/forthlove.  Chime | Join the millions on Chime. Signup takes two minutes, and doesn’t affect your credit score! Apply now at chime.com/FORTHELOVE.  Public | You can start investing today with as little as $1. You’ll even get a free slice of stock when you join. Just go to public.com/JEN to download.  *Disclaimer:  Chime is a financial technology company. Banking services provided by The Bancorp Bank or Stride Bank, N.A.; Members FDIC. Eligibility requirements and overdraft limits apply. Overdraft only applies to debit card purchases. Limits start at $20 and may be increased up to $100 by Chime. Early Direct Deposit depends on the payer. Out-of-Network cash withdrawal fees apply. Third-party and cash deposit fees may apply. Go to Chime.com/FORTHELOVE for details. Public is valid for U.S. residents 18+. Subject to account approval. See Public.com/disclosures. Not investment advice.


27 Apr 2021

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4 - 05 - 21 - Janet - Mefferd - Today - Amy Spreeman (Beth Moore and Gender Equality)

Janet Mefferd Today

A few years after saying she's "preached" multiple times in churches and editing out material decrying homosexuality from one of her books, Bible teacher Beth Moore has announced her departure from the Southern Baptist Convention. And now, her feminist fans are hailing her as an "icon" who continues a "historic movement for gender equality among evangelical women." What impact could Moore's SBC exodus have on the accelerating evangelical downgrade into the unbiblical acceptance of female church leadership and homosexuality? I'll talk it over with Amy Spreeman, founder of Berean Research. That's on Monday's JANET MEFFERD TODAY.


5 Apr 2021

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Episode 448: Beth Moore's Exit & the Problem of "Impoverished Imaginations" with Karen Swallow Prior

The Holy Post

Recently author/professor Karen Swallow Prior was asked what she considered the biggest problem facing the church today, and answered, "an impoverished imagination." So Phil sat down with Karen to talk through what she means by that, and her belief that a lack of imagination-forming reading results in, among other things, our propensity to believe conspiracy theories and our extreme discomfort with uncertainty. Karen also convinces Phil he really, really needs to read Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. PLUS, Kaitlyn Schiess joins Skye and Phil to talk through Beth Moore's departure from the SBC, and whether the death of evangelist Luis Palau represents the end of the era of large-scale evangelism. Oh... and if you're using the story of Jesus flipping tables to justify bad behavior on social media, you're probably misusing that story. This week on the podcast! https://religionnews.com/2021/03/09/bible-teacher-beth-moore-ends-partnership-with-lifeway-i-am-no-longer-a-southern-baptist/ https://frenchpress.thedispatch.com/p/cruelty-is-apostasy https://www.relevantmagazine.com/faith/jesus-flipping-tables-isnt-excuse-your-online-rants/

1hr 18mins

17 Mar 2021

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CNLP 380: Beth Moore on How to Handle the Train Wreck of Social Media, How She Handles Her Critics and How to Stay Resilient Over the Long Run

The Carey Nieuwhof Leadership Podcast: Lead Like Never Before

Beth Moore explains how she stays engaged on social media despite the controversies and challenges she gets, how she handles her critics, and shares some of the back story of her life and leadership...Read the whole entry... »

1hr 39mins

24 Nov 2020

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Beth Moore on Standing Up to Your Own Tribe

Cultivated: A podcast about faith and work

Beth Moore has a passion for the scriptures that has guided her ministry for decades. On this episode, she recounts her story and some of the figures – like John Bisagno – who helped her along the way. She also revisits the moment in 2016 when, to her own shock and disappointment, she knew that she’d have to stand up to her own tribe.This episode was produced and edited by Mike CosperMusic by Dan PhelpsTheme Song by Roman Candle Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


20 Oct 2020

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Beth Moore Sounds the Alarm.

The Disrupters: Change What Is

"Sometimes, you don't think about whether you're going to say something. You know you have to." In 2016, Beth Moore found herself struggling to reconcile the gospel with the church's reaction to a political sea change. "All at the same time, I am watching nationalism, I am watching sexism, and I'm watching racism.""It was like we were being blown back decades. We never made the ground that we needed to make. But I saw us going in reverse instead of making any advancement whatsoever in the gospel role of justice."Beth Moore doesn't write brazen, disruptive books about social issues. Her life's purpose is to study the Bible, and to share the insight and unadulterated joy that comes from God's word. Her latest Bible Study, "Now That Faith Has Come," is a simple, unassuming study of the book of Galatians.But if you wanted her to tip-toe around prominent, controversial social issues, you'd be sorely disappointed. While Moore did little more than speak what she believed the Bible had to say to the American church, that message suddenly became perceived as disruptive to her brothers and sisters in Christ.In this episode of The Disrupters, Esau McCaulley and Beth Moore discuss their shared experiences in the American Church, the ways they've dealt with feedback, and the unmatched clarity they find in the Word of God.

1hr 4mins

8 Oct 2020

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Be The Bridge 208 - Faith Leaders Raising their Voice with Beth Moore

Be the Bridge Podcast with Latasha Morrison

Description: This episode brings together Be the Bridge founder Latasha Morrison and bestselling author, evangelist, and Bible teacher Beth Moore as they talk about racial reconciliation in the Christian faith. Beth details her own experiences speaking against injustice, dealing with the backlash, and waking up to her responsibilities as a faith leader. She also gives some insight into how Christians can become bold reconcilers who move beyond a head knowledge of Christ into heart knowledge and action.  Host & Executive Producer - Latasha Morrison Senior Producer - Lauren C. Brown Producer, Editor & Music By - Travon Potts Transcriber - Brittany Prescott Quotes: “There’s a calling we have to be bold, which leads us as reconcilers, or bridge builders, to speak up.” - Latasha “There was not a single time that I have been really outspoken that I would have told you that I was going back on whether or not I should say it. It would have been that I could not have kept from saying it. And if that’s the case, then I can be at peace there.” - Beth “We have a whole politic that is pro-Christian, that has been separated entirely from what is actually Christlike.” - Beth “When we are going to do what lifts us up, instead of what puts the cross in our hands to carry, we have upset the entire thing. We traded our prophetic witness for power, we have exploited the scriptures to serve our camp’s interests, we have confused divine favor with being on top. We’ve got an idolatry problem! We’ve got nationalism, we’ve got misogyny...I mean it just goes on and on.” - Beth “Our mouth cannot overshoot our heart, or our duplicity is going to be exposed.” - Beth“We want to know when we have finished up, all that’s gonna matter when we’re in front of God, is that we did the will of Christ Jesus—that we were courageous in it and bold in it.” - Beth “I believe that our relief would be in our repentance. Our rest would be in our repentance. And just to be willing to do what it takes to just own up and admit we have moved so far from Christlikeness in the Church. The only reason we’re recognizing this is because of the mercy and grace of God showing us. So why can’t we say, ‘Glory hallelujah, we are beginning to see it.’” - Beth Listen to the full episode and subscribe to the Be the Bridge podcast for more conversations on racial healing, equity, and reconciliation! LISTEN & SUBSCRIBE Podcast link: https://podlink.to/BeTheBridge Social handles/links: Instagram: @LatashaMorrison Twitter: @LatashaMorrison Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LatashaMMorrison/ Official Hashtag: #bethebridge--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app


15 Sep 2020

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MARKED | Lifeway Women Live Interview – Beth Moore and Jackie Hill Perry


We were thrilled to be able to record several podcast sessions at Lifeway Women Live with some of our favorite authors and speakers! In this episode, we’re talking with Beth […] The post MARKED | Lifeway Women Live Interview – Beth Moore and Jackie Hill Perry appeared first on Lifeway Women.


7 Sep 2020