Through two lives vested in Christ, your hosts Hilary and Rachel, take you on a unique journey of exploring years of biblical teachings. They believe It's time for current culture to understand there is a relatable way to apply GOD's word to your everyday lives. This is the daring and brave podcast that is willing to explore the thoughts of everyday christians while inviting those that might be uncertain to join the conversation.
The Apostle Paul, previously known as Saul had one encounter with Jesus and it changed the whole trajectory of his life. Hilary and Rachel talk through Paul's unique and powerful encounter with Jesus helped spread the gospel. We all have a story and God has plans to use us in different ways.
This week Hilary and Rachel talk through the biblical concept of the Temple. What is the difference between the old testament temple and new testament temple and are we the living temple and what does that really mean? All this and more!
At the end, they spoke of Harborside's worship song about the temple. You can listen to it hear https://youtu.be/fV5FKk3Y8Wg
Jesus' story does not end after Easter. Rachel and Hilary spend this episode talking about what occurs post resurrection. The bible tells us that Jesus came back in human form for 40 days following his resurrection from the tomb. What really occurred within those 40 days and what can we learn from Jesus and the disciples?
As Easter approaches, it is a time to reflect on Jesus, Holy Week, and all that the cross represents to us. With a little bit of history and a little bit of real world application, Hilary and Rachel talk about Holy Week, celebrating Easter, and making Jesus personal to you.
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This week, Hilary and Rachel talk about what church looks like today. We ask the hard questions like, "Why go to church", "Do you need to be a member of a church?", and "How do you leave a church?" All questions we ask ourselves in various seasons of life.
This life giving conversations points you back to Jesus! Listen now and follow us on all the places.
This week's topic covers the topic heavens and angels. Rachel and Hilary talk about what the bible tells us about both topics and we ask questions and discuss the unknown. Although there isn't an overwhelming amount of information in the Bible about both topics, what we do know is that God created both and asking questions helps us further our understanding of our creator.
This week's episode is unique because it has two parts.
The first 10 minutes Rachel shares a vulnerable personal story about how she experienced a kidnapping threat scam. Through an unknown phone call, a man claimed to have kidnapped her child in order to extort money. Although traumatic this is a message for all parents and grandparents to hear.
The second part of the episode, Rachel and Hilary talk have a big picture discuss...
Hilary and Rachel have an authentic and raw conversation about the self-help industry within our culture and christian culture.
This week Hilary and Rachel talk about current culture and fear. What does the world tell us about fear and how we deal with it and how does God direct us to deal with fear.
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Welcome back! Rachel and Hilary have had a nice break and are ready to share with you what is up and coming! With rest and reflection they are eagerly awaiting this new season! Sit back, relax, and listen as you join us for the next 15 weeks.
In the third and final episode in a series called "What they didn't teach you in Sunday School" Rachel and Hilary tackle the Bible big time player Moses and his hand in the Ten Commandments. Moses saves the Israelites and comes face to face with God, building quite a unique relationship with God. During this timeG God gives the 10 commandments and a whole bunch of laws that support the 10 commands. We can learn a lot ab...
In the second episode in a series called "What they didn't teach you in Sunday School" Rachel and Hilary tackle the Bible big time player Moses and his hand in the Ten Commandments. Moses and his side kick Aaron approach Pharaoh on multiple occasions to ask to let God's people go and he continually says no and faces some major consequences. Rachel and Hilary talk through each plague and what you can learn in a seaso...
In the first episode in a series called "What they didn't teach you in Sunday School" Rachel and Hilary tackle the Bible big time player Moses. Some common themes in Moses' life are floating in the Nile, the 10 plagues, the parting of the Red Sea, and the 10 commandments. Rachel and Hilary explore the details and what happens around these events in the Bible.
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In this episode Rachel & Hilary discuss the fully human aspects of Jesus. They pose questions such as, "Will Jesus return as a human?" and challenge listeners to read through the gospels with the lens of Jesus' humanity.
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Hilary and Rachel close out the last episode in the series "Back to our Roots" talking about the last three fall feasts that include the feast of trumpets, the feast of atonement, and the feast of tabernacles. Each of these feasts in the fall are the last remaining feasts that have not yet been fulfilled. With the overarching theme of rest, Hilary and Rachel dive deep into the fall feasts and making it as relevant as possib...
This was a very special episode, where Rachel & Hilary had the opportunity to sit down and have a conversations with Aliesa Gilstrap who is the Director of Children’s & Women’s Ministries at Harborside Christian Church in Safety Harbor, FL. Aliesa has a very candid conversation about what goes on behind the scenes, how she ended up working at Harborside Church, and why prayer is so important. We end the conversation talking...
Hilary and Rachel welcome back Heather Gingerich as she shares her story about 'The blessing of Adoption'. Adoption has always been something that Heather and her Justin have wanted to include as part of their story as a family. Listen to this sweet and unexpected story about adoption during the chaos of the pandemic.
This week, Hilary and Rachel tackle "quiet time". A common term in the Christian culture. They really break down what quiet time is, why even use the word quiet time, and how can this be applicable to your every day life. Time with God is so important and it looks different for everybody!
Hilary and Rachel complete the final episode on their series about The Bible! This week they tackle 5 of the most common questions about the Bible.
Some questions include:
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Hilary and Rachel continues their series about The Bible! They are going back to the basics and looking at taking a big picture view of what the Bible is and how it is broken down.
In this episode, they talk about all the different kinds of bibles, versions and revisions, and other resources that can help you when you are studying the Bible.
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BOB SAGET’S HERE FOR YOU is a podcast that is like no other— For one, this podcast has guests who are friends of Bob’s, or just really interesting people who many of you know and love. Secondly, this podcast is unique because it goes inside Bob Saget’s mind, and then quickly filters out through his mouth. Bob has a way of calming people he has conversations with as well as being entertaining and often informative. Bob talks with his guests with genuine empathy and humor, while reaching his unusually diverse audience that he talks to as a friend, Bob is the dad with great advice, the irreverent funny guy who’s always there when you need a laugh, and the free-associative Bob who goes off on crazy tangents then returns to the subject at hand, as serious or as comedic as it may be, to wrap up each episode in a way only Bob can do. Because he really does believe, “He’s here for you."
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According to the official story, on April 4th, 1968, a lone gunman assassinated Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee. That man, James Earl Ray, pled guilty and for most people the case was closed. The MLK Tapes, a new true crime podcast from the creators of Atlanta Monster and Monster: DC Sniper, explores rare recordings of eye-witness testimony and new interviews with people who were there to reveal the true story of the plot to kill Dr. King.
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