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Susie Larson Live

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Engaging in conversations that bring Scripture to life, Susie Larson offers practical ways to live out your convictions and inspire you to a deep and active walk of faith.

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Engaging in conversations that bring Scripture to life, Susie Larson offers practical ways to live out your convictions and inspire you to a deep and active walk of faith.

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Pastor’s wife

By clay jar - Feb 14 2020
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I have been blessed and greatly encouraged by your podcast. Thank you.

Practical tools and encouraging content!

By Elsie Froemming - Jun 26 2019
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Wow! This podcast has truly become one of my favorites! My mentor recommended an episode a couple weeks ago, and since then I can’t stop listening! Every episode has been full of encouraging, challenging, and inspiring content! Also, there are so many useful, practical tools Susie and her guest share that I’ve taken with me! I love what you’re doing Susie, thank you from the bottom of my heart!!

iTunes Ratings

189 Ratings
Average Ratings
159
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4
8

Pastor’s wife

By clay jar - Feb 14 2020
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I have been blessed and greatly encouraged by your podcast. Thank you.

Practical tools and encouraging content!

By Elsie Froemming - Jun 26 2019
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Wow! This podcast has truly become one of my favorites! My mentor recommended an episode a couple weeks ago, and since then I can’t stop listening! Every episode has been full of encouraging, challenging, and inspiring content! Also, there are so many useful, practical tools Susie and her guest share that I’ve taken with me! I love what you’re doing Susie, thank you from the bottom of my heart!!
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Susie Larson Live

Latest release on Nov 25, 2020

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Engaging in conversations that bring Scripture to life, Susie Larson offers practical ways to live out your convictions and inspire you to a deep and active walk of faith.

Rank #1: Fighting feeling overwhelmed with Kay Wills Wyma

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It's so easy to become overwhelmed by our circumstances and pressure from the world around us. But what if instead of being overwhelmed and consumed by our thoughts, we were consumed by the truth of the Bible? Kay Wills Wyma shares from her book "Not The Boss of Us."

Sep 19 2019

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Rank #2: Gary Thomas on how to connect with God

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Daily time in God's Word and regular involvement at church are important for a healthy believer. But our individual connection to God can extend beyond these regular habits and look quite different from one another. Author Gary Thomas shares wisdom and insights from his book Sacred Pathways: Discover Your Soul's Path to God.

Jul 02 2019

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Rank #3: Exploring the life of Jesus with Charles Martin

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Do you sometimes feel detached from God's presence and His Word? Charles Martin shares beautiful, vivid pictures that help us to immerse ourselves in events of the Bible from his book "What If It's True?: A Storyteller's Journey With Jesus," with the aim of bringing people closer to God.

Oct 04 2019

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Rank #4: Jamie Rasmussen on Philippians 4:8 and cultivating joy

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Joy is more than a feeling and pastor Jamie Rasmussen explores how joy is connected to Philippians 4:8 in his book, How Joyful People Think: 8 Ways of Thinking That Lead to a Better Life. He shares how we can cultivate joy no matter the circumstances.

Aug 19 2019

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Rank #5: James Bryan Smith on cultivating intimacy with God

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Do you feel close to God? Do you trust that He loves you and gives you good things? James Bryan Smith, author of The Magnificent Journey, discusses how to cultivate true and deep intimacy with God and become Christ's disciple.

Jul 17 2019

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Rank #6: Fighting the lies we tell ourselves with Jennie Allen

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We often find ourselves beaten down by the world, and even our own thoughts. Author and speaker Jennie Allen shares how we can fight back and train ourselves to overcome the lies with Biblical truth from her book, "Get Out of Your Head: Stopping the Spiral of Toxic Thoughts."

Jan 16 2020

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Rank #7: Gary Wilkerson on experiencing God’s favor

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It can be hard to see God's favor in seasons of suffering and hardship, but no matter the circumstances believers have God's favor in their lives. Gary Wilkerson shares about what God's favor is and is not from his book God's Favor: Experiencing the Life God Wants You to Have.

Apr 16 2019

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Rank #8: Trusting God’s upside-down plans with Alex Seeley

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Living according to God's will is often very different from how unbelievers tend to live. Pastor and author Alex Seeley shares how God leads us to the opposite life from her book "The Opposite Life: Unlocking the Mysteries of God's Upside-Down Kingdom."

Sep 03 2019

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Rank #9: Dr. Sheri Keffer on finding healing after betrayal

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Dr. Sheri Keffer offers hope and understanding to women who have experienced sexual betrayal in their romantic relationships. Her book is Intimate Deception: Healing the Wounds of Sexual Betrayal.

Mar 29 2019

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Rank #10: Charles Stone on engaging the present moment

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Have you ever taken on too much and become so busy you don't have time for the things that are most important to you? Pastor and author Dr. Charles Stone explains the discipline of being present from his book Holy Noticing: The Bible, Your Mind, and the Mindful Space Between Moments.

Jul 15 2019

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Rank #11: Andi Andrew on examining your heart

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Many who consider themselves Christians today are at risk of just "faking it" in the Church. Andi Andrew author of Fake or Follower: Refusing to Settle For a Shallow Faith, along with Pastor Carolyn Haas, share about testing our hearts and examining our faith.

Jul 04 2019

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Rank #12: Dr. Michelle Bengtson on finding freedom from fear and anxiety

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Anxiety is quickly growing to be one of the biggest health issues in America. So how can we find freedom from the fear and anxiety that plagues us? Dr. Michelle Bengtson shares the neuroscience and Scriptures that address these issues from her book, "Breaking Anxiety's Grip."

Oct 30 2019

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Rank #13: Healthy Living with Dr. Troy – How to get fit and healthy

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On this edition of “Healthy Living,” Dr. Troy Spurrill of the Synapse Center for Health and Healing explains the differences between being fit and being healthy and gives tips for becoming both fit and healthy. He addresses listener questions as well.

Listen to the bonus podcast with Dr. Troy here.

Feb 20 2020

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Rank #14: Sheridan Voysey on searching for identity

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Amidst painful circumstances, Sheridan Voysey found himself wondering who he really was. So he set off on a pilgrimage to find out who God intended him to be. His journey is beautifully portrayed in the book "The Making of Us."

Read Sheridan's creed, shared on the show, here.

Sep 30 2019

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Rank #15: Healthy Living with Dr. Troy – COVID-19 and building up your immune system

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Dr. Troy Spurrill of the Synapse Center for Health and Healing shares hope and tips for building up our immune systems during this COVID-19 pandemic and answers listener's health questions.

Mar 19 2020

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Rank #16: Michele Cushatt on suffering and the goodness of God

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We all experience suffering in life, but sometimes it seems like we suffer more than others. How do you hold onto faith when it seems like God has forgotten you? Author Michele Cushatt shares her story from her book, "Relentless: The Unshakeable Presence of a God Who Never Leaves."

Jan 31 2020

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Rank #17: John Eldredge on finding peace and refreshment in a chaotic world

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We live in a world that is more chaotic and busy than ever before. So how do we return to a place of peace? Author John Eldredge shares practical daily practices for finding refreshment from his book, "Get Your Life Back: Everyday Practices for a World Gone Mad."

Mar 03 2020

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Rank #18: Healthy Living with Dr. Troy – Lymph system health

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On this edition of "Healthy Living," Dr. Troy Spurrill of the Synapse Center for Health and Healing breaks down how our genetics, our lymph system, and more all work together. Susie and Dr. Troy also take general health questions from our listeners.

May 23 2019

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Rank #19: Finding freedom through Immanuel Prayer with Stephanie Rossing

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Each of us have experienced traumatic situations and have been wounded. But Jesus can heal these hurts when we partner with Him. Counselor Stephanie Rossing shares about the Immanuel Prayer approach and answers listeners questions and calls.

Find out more about the upcoming training here.

Oct 25 2019

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Rank #20: Songs and Verses: Overcoming fear

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Susie plays listener's favorite worship songs, shares Scripture passages and we hear how God has helped people deal with fear in difficult situations. Fear not! God is with you!

May 30 2019

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Anne Graham Lotz on connecting with God through prayer

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Anne Graham Lotz shares her own prayers and helps us overcome common hindrances to a deep prayer life. Her book is The Light of His Presence: Prayers to Draw You Near to the Heart of God.]]>

Nov 25 2020

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Dr. Jill Carnahan on stress and your health

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Dr. Jill Carnahan shares tips for reducing and handling stress and answers listener health questions about acid reflux, menopause symptoms, and more.]]>

Nov 24 2020

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Lysa TerKeurst on learning to forgive and find healing from betrayal

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Lysa TerKeurst shares her story of healing from betrayal and learning to forgive, from her book, "Forgiving What We Can't Forget."]]>

Nov 20 2020

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The Samaritan Woman and how we can find true healing with Jesus

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John 4 and the woman at the well.

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Nov 19 2020

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Shaunti Feldhahn on joy and wonder in the Christian life

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Shaunti Feldhahn shares how return to joy and transform our minds and hearts from her book, "Find Joy: A Devotional Journey to Unshakeable Wonder in an Uncertain World."]]>

Nov 18 2020

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Healthy Living with Dr. Troy – Vitamin D and how to find healing rest

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Dr. Troy Spurrill of the Synapse Center for Health and Healing talks about the importance of vitamin D and the healing power of good sleep. Susie and Dr. Troy also take general health questions from our listeners.]]>

Nov 17 2020

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Ron Rhodes on spiritual warfare and the end times

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Ron Rhodes powerfully exposes Satan’s most destructive and effective tools of spiritual injury from his book, "Spiritual Warfare in the End Times."]]>

Nov 16 2020

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Todd Nettleton on letting our light shine

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Voice of the Martyrs‘ Todd Nettleton shares how groups of believers are growing at record levels in places where they're heavily persecuted, stories of how other nations are still finding ways to worship Christ under extreme circumstances, how God is moving in new ways across the world during the pandemic, and more.]]>

Nov 13 2020

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Thann Bennett on how we move forward

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Thann Bennett shared his open letter (see below) and discusses how we move forward together after the election. Then he and Susie take time to pray for listener prayer requests.

Thann Bennett open letter, posted on Facebook November 3, 2020 at 5:06am
The election is over. Or at least it will be once I am encouraging you to consider the message of this piece. In order to communicate as candidly and as free of personal bias as possible, I am penning these thoughts the weekend before the election. I am doing so in order to offer encouragement without the benefit of a lens of knowing which of us has “won” and which of us has “lost.” I write without knowing which of this advice will apply mostly to me, and which will apply mostly to you. In doing so, I hope I can give all of us a path forward in what will almost certainly be a volatile time.


Normally, I wouldn’t even dream of attempting this, but I do so now out of a deep conviction about the importance of the weeks ahead. No matter who has won, our collective efforts to form an ever more perfect union will hinge on our ability to bridge divides, proactively forgive those who have offended us, and prioritize living in harmony with our neighbors. It will require humility in victory, and graciousness in defeat. It will require making political differences secondary to embracing human differences, and living lives in pursuit of the most important things—like service to one another.
I suggest it will take a common embrace of the idea that we can disagree together in pursuit of that more perfect union. So many times, we fall into the trap of believing this means something as simple as bipartisanship. In my view, that belief misses the mark, because there are certainly absolute truths we must stand on, and we must do so regardless of whether either party stands with us.
But as we stand for truth, we betray and forfeit the value in doing so if we surrender the pursuit of the greater good in exchange for the pursuit of vanquishing our fellow Americans who hold different views.
We are often encouraged to simply overcome our differences. I firmly believe a pursuit to overcome our differences sells the value of the freedom to disagree far short. Dissent, disagreement, and open debate are not bugs of our democratic republic, but rather fundamentally vital features of it. Without an embrace of this friction, ideas are not subject to scrutiny and we are left to live under the rule of inferior ideas simply because the side with political power has the authority to enforce them. But when we cling to our differences over our common bonds, it threatens the unity of a common pursuit our Founders knew to be essential for the survival of the Republic.
So, without the “benefit” of knowing who won, who lost, and who will hold that political power for the near future, what is my responsibility going forward? What is your responsibility? What actions propel us toward genuine debate of ideas based on merit, and away from entrenching the division that has plagued our culture?
If my candidate won, my burden of responsibility may be the heaviest. But if my candidate lost, while my burden of responsibility may be somewhat lighter, it is in many ways more difficult.
If my candidate won:
If my candidate won, I have the responsibility to initiate outreach to those who lost.
I have a responsibility to resist the temptation of believing my ideas are entirely correct.
I have a responsibility to remain introspective about the ideas of my candidate and party, and to point out where there are course corrections necessary.
Ultimately, I have a responsibility to use my influence in a way that makes my candidate’s certainly-imperfect governing as productive and fair for all Americans as possible.
If my candidate lost:
If my candidate lost, I have a responsibility to respect the choice my fellow citizens made and value the importance of self-governance over the comfort of the government I prefer.
I have a responsibility to be open to assisting my opponent’s efforts to govern.
I have a duty to avoid disengagement.
To the contrary, I have a duty to respectfully challenge the ideas I continue to believe are misguided, but do so in a way that is aimed at refining the outcome in a positive way.
Neither of these sets of responsibilities is easy. Neither is always enjoyable. But both are essential if our aim is moving forward together. We will never agree on everything, nor is that the aim. I say again that dissent, debate, and disagreement are all good things, for our aim is unity rather than uniformity. A healthy republic requires both dissent and a unity of citizen spirit.

We can—and we must—disagree together. The very survival of our more perfect union depends on it.
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Nov 12 2020

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Curtis Zackery on finding soul rest

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Curtis Zackery discusses his book Finding Soul Rest, a practical guide to finding the deep soul rest that Jesus promises. And it all centers around renewing and restoring our relationship with Christ.]]>

Nov 11 2020

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Peter and Carolyn Haas on seeing God’s plan

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Peter and Carolyn Haas of Substance Church answer this question and look to Jeremiah 17:5-8 & 2 Kings 6:12-19 to share how God uses difficulty to bring up the true character of our hearts, the importance of moving past our own problems to see His plan and more.]]>

Nov 10 2020

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Chip Ingram on responding in love after the election

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Chip Ingram shares from an open letter he wrote on this topic and offers biblical perspective on the division in our country and how to respond.

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Nov 09 2020

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Rebekah Lyons on re-establishing peace and purpose in your life

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Do you struggle with stress, anxiety, overcommitting yourself, or exhaustion? Maybe it’s time to establish new rhythms in your life to help you restore your health, purpose, and joy. Author Rebekah Lyons joins Susie to talk about her newest release “Rhythms for Life Planner and Journal: 90 Days to Peace and Purpose.” ]]>

Nov 06 2020

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Dharius Daniels on Relational Intelligence

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Dr. Dharius Daniels, in his book "Relational Intelligence: The People Skills You Need for the Life of Purpose You Want," outlines when we understand and apply what God has to say about them we end up avoiding unnecessary relational turmoil, advancing in all areas of our life, and accomplishing our God-given purpose.]]>

Nov 05 2020

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Eric Bargerhuff on understanding God’s Word

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Dr. Eric Bargerhuff, author of “Why is THAT in the Bible,” helps us be more confident about interpreting all of God's Word accurately.]]>

Nov 04 2020

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Jon Chasteen on the healing process

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Dr. Jon Chasteen, in his book "Half the Battle: Healing Your Hidden Hurts," outlines how in the Old and New Testament we find examples of people whom God invited to begin the healing process by confronting their secret pain.]]>

Nov 03 2020

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Stephen Mansfield on how to participate in America’s political system

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Stephen Mansfield, in his book "Ask the Question: Why We Must Demand Religious Clarity from Our Presidential Candidates," outlines how a candidate's religious views (or lack thereof) define political leadership.]]>

Nov 02 2020

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Addison Bevere on remembering God’s promises

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Addison Bevere shares his insights from the book of Ephesians. His book is “Saints: Becoming More Than ‘Christians'”]]>

Oct 30 2020

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Dr. Gregory Jantz on overcoming election anxiety

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Dr. Gregory Jantz offers both biblical encouragement and practical advice for returning to peace even before election day.]]>

Oct 29 2020

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Clayton King on the power of the Gospel to change your life

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Clayton King shares stories of God's power from Scriptures and his own life and time in ministry. His book is "Reborn: How Encountering Jesus Changes Everything."]]>

Oct 28 2020

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iTunes Ratings

189 Ratings
Average Ratings
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Pastor’s wife

By clay jar - Feb 14 2020
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I have been blessed and greatly encouraged by your podcast. Thank you.

Practical tools and encouraging content!

By Elsie Froemming - Jun 26 2019
Read more
Wow! This podcast has truly become one of my favorites! My mentor recommended an episode a couple weeks ago, and since then I can’t stop listening! Every episode has been full of encouraging, challenging, and inspiring content! Also, there are so many useful, practical tools Susie and her guest share that I’ve taken with me! I love what you’re doing Susie, thank you from the bottom of my heart!!