A Podcast by Michelle Lesley and Amy Spreeman
Did you know that there’s a big difference between being an abolitionist and being pro-life? Michelle and Amy cover - quite literally - a deadly serious topic: the abolition of abortion. In this "throwback episode," our guest is Pastor Brett Baggett, who will help you understand the difference and also encourage you to get involved in the fight against abortion, so that you can make up your mind: Are you pro life, or do you...
In recent times many women who speak truth are told they need to be silent, and not "criticize" anointed teachers who "occasionally" teach something opposite of what Scripture says. Amy and Michelle have both been sounding the alarm for a number of years about wolves in sheep's clothing, and we've been pointing to God's Word as the only source of truth by which all teachings must be measured. We do it be...
Does Titus 2: 3-5 really say that women should not be teaching doctrine to - or sharing the Gospel with - other women?
Michelle and Amy were guests this week on Voice of Reason, a podcast by Chris Honholz and Richard Story, to discuss what seems to be a new twisting of Scripture: a wave of legalism that seems to be gaining momentum, especially in Reformed circles. And it tells us that women are not to be teaching other women anythi...
The Southern Baptist Convention (SBC), has its share of challenges, as some of its member churches and even some of its leaders have embraced women preachers, critical race theory, and more. Can this ship be turned around in the right direction?
In this episode, Michelle and Amy interview Tom Ascol, the pastor of Grace Baptist Church in Cape Coral, Florida. You may know him better as the head of Founders Ministries, and as an antic...
We are continuing our episode series called Twisted Scripture. with the third and final part. Michelle and Amy will take some of those popular twisted verses, straighten them out, and put them back where they belong - in context - so we can see what they really mean.
We are continuing our episode series called Twisted Scripture. Michelle and Amy will take some of those popular twisted verses, straighten them out, and put them back where they belong - in context - so we can see what they really mean.
Does the Bible really say we’re not to judge?-Amy Spreeman -Berean Research
Rock Your Role: All Things Being Equal (Galatians 3:28)- Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women
We’re starting a new episode series called Twisted Scriptures. You’ve probably seen people using popular Bible verses out of context on social media, on Christian T-shirts, or maybe even in church or your Bible study class. Over the course of this series, Michelle and Amy will take some of those popular twisted verses, straighten them out, and put them back where they belong - in context - so we can see what they really mean.
It’s time for another Glad You Asked episode! This is the second of our two-part episode and we're digging into Scripture to answer these questions from our listeners:
It’s time for another Glad You Asked episode! This is the first of a two-part episode and we're digging into Scripture to answer these questions from our listeners:
It can be so easy to get discouraged by the bad news around us today, the rottenness of sin, the disappointment of loved ones who let us down. These past several years have shown us a world that is growing increasingly dark. But God offers hope through the promises of His Truth!
Encouraging verses on our website: https://awordfitlyspoken.life/podcast/turning-your-eyes-upon-jesus/
Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus- The ...
Our special guest Mike Gendron joins Amy and Michelle to help us understand Catholicism and how to share the gospel with our friends and loved ones who are Catholic. As a former Catholic himself, Mike's apologetics and evangelism ministry, “Proclaiming the Gospel,” is a must-bookmark resource. Mike is the author of two books, Preparing for Eternity and Contending for the Gospel, and has published 7 Gospel tracts and a set of G...
Do you have loved ones who are Roman Catholic? Many of us wonder how we can talk about our differences with our dear ones in love and truth. Amy and Michelle cover eight different theological areas of Roman Catholicism that - when we hold these teachings and practices up to the light of Scripture - we run into big, deep problems. We also share how some celebrity pastors and conference speakers and authors are actually encouraging ...
Mardi Gras, Ash Wednesday, and Lent are all traditions that are connected. But are they biblical? Michelle and Amy dig deep into Scripture to explain why sweet treats and parades are fun, the theology behind these traditions are far from biblical truth.
What is the meaning of Lent? - Got Questions
What is Lent? - 40 Acts
What is Ash Wednesday? - Got Questions
Ash Wednesday - Catholic Online
Ash Wednesday - About Ca...
What does God's Word have to say about being single? A lot! A Christian woman who is single, regardless of whether she never married, has been divorced, is widowed, etc., can honor God in her daily life just as any married woman can. Unfortunately many single church members say they are treated as second-class citizens by their church families.
The Beauty of Single Sainthood (Excerpted from Imperishable Beauty Bibl...
Hollywood marriages last about as long as peanut butter cups in a bowl full of raisins. Not much of a shelf life, and not based on Christ.
The Bible has a lot to say about what "real" marriages look like. With more than 60 years of marriage experience between them, Michelle and Amy discuss biblical love and godly marriages, and what they've learned.
Have you ever wanted to see Jesus more clearly? In this episode, Amy and Michelle interview Elizabeth Prata, a writer, published author, teacher and learner who points her readers and listeners to Jesus Christ through the study of His Holy Word. We invite you to connect with Elizabeth through her blog, The End Time.
The End Time - Elizabeth Prata
All Beth Moore critiques here in one place - Elizabeth Prata
Part two of your questions for Amy and Michelle, who dig into Scripture to see what God’s Word says about life, home, family and relationships - not only with other Christians but with a world that desperately needs a Savior.
We're glad you asked:
Sunday, January 23, is Sanctity of Life Sunday. Michelle and Amy cover - quite literally - a deadly serious topic: the abolition of abortion. Did you know that there’s a big difference between being an abolitionist and being pro-life? Our guest is Pastor Brett Baggett, who will help you understand the difference and also encourage you to get involved in the fight against abortion, so that you can make up your mind: Are you pro life...
It's another interesting episode of “Glad You Asked,” a chance for you to ask us questions about where we stand on theological issues. Amy and Michelle believe the Bible - what God’s true, breathed-out Word says - trumps any opinions we may have! In this episode we cover:
We usually don't make resolutions, BUT, just for fun, we thought we'd share some resolutions we wish some of the celebrity teachers would make for 2022! As Proverbs 17:22 says, “A merry heart doeth good like a medicine." We hope you enjoy the humor in these in-jest resolutions.
Leaving Lysa: Why You Shouldn’t Be Following Lysa TerKeurst or Proverbs 31 Ministries- Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian ...
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