Blazing Grace Radio

Blazing Grace Radio

Equipping overcomers in a pornified world. Join Mike Genung for Blazing Grace Radio. Live broadcasts on FaithTalk 1360AM at 3pm PT on Fridays. Get the latest episodes from our podcast on blazinggrace.org.

Episodes

May 9, 2022 25 min
Mike shares the story of what happened in Las Vegas during the 2 live shows on recovery from porn and sex addiction he broadcast with KKVV there in April. Both Blazing Grace and KKVV encountered plenty of spiritual warfare during that time; Mike provides some tips on warfare to equip you in your battles.
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Constancia recently returned from a 14 month stay in Peru where she and her husband ministered there. In this show she shares what they encountered in the church, including how most Christian men are having or have had an affair,  many believers are living out of wedlock, and more - and how they responded.
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Mike gets into the intense spiritual battle we're in, a recent survey on youth in the church, and the 5 Non-Negotiables for finding freedom from porn addiction.
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Brandon shares the story of his journey to recovery from porn addiction, and how prayer and learning to rest in silence with God, have made a big difference.
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April 11, 2022 25 min
Mike begins this show by looking at "the slap," and how we are all Chris Rock and Will Smith. Ours is a culture and a church of cutting words, insults, and responding in anger, all of which play into Satan's strategy to bring division and strife.  In the second part of the show, Mike looks at the porn epidemic in the church and what we can do to make an impact.
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April 4, 2022 25 min
Bo is the co-leader of a support group for men who struggle with porn and sex addiction in Chandler, Arizona. During this show Mike and Bo discuss the crisis of sexual sin the church is in and what Bo has seen in his group in the past year since they started it.
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March 28, 2022 25 min
The spiritual awakening in the Hebrides Islands in 1950 was one of the most powerful moves of God in the past 150 years. Mike shares the story of the Hebrides Revival and what happens when a church focuses on prayer. The catalysts and leaders of the movement were not church leaders, but 2 sisters in their eighties - Peggy Smith and Christine Smith - who were prayer warriors with an uncommon relationship with God.
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Mike welcomes Greg Reid back to the show; Greg has been in youth ministry for nearly 30 years and is a former private investigator who has taught classes on occult crimes and crimes against children to law enforcement agencies. Mike and Greg discuss why youth are leaving the church in droves, and get into other topics such as the widespread acceptance of the occult, why most occult groups have little to fear from the church, Christ...
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Do we experience reverence and awe in our modern church services? On Sunday morning, how often do we hear of topics like spiritual warfare, the occult and how Christians are playing with it, sexual topics such as pornography, and how 80% of our youth are walking away from the faith? Is there a sense of urgency to talk openly of these issues and equip God's people to be overcomers? How much time do we spend praying in church? Mi...
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March 7, 2022 25 min
Mike talks with Arwel about porn in the United Kingdom - surveys show that 70%+ of UK Christian men are viewing pornography - and our new support groups for men in the UK. Arwel is based out of the United Kingdom and is leading new Blazing Grace zoom support groups for men struggling with pornography or other forms of sex addiction. Arwel is also leading a new prayer group for men and women.
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February 28, 2022 25 min
We live in hard times. Disease, threats of war, exploding crime and violence, rampaging evil, rifts in society, and a church that’s reeling is the new norm. Many are worn out or ready to check out. Keeping a crazy pace may have worked (almost) in the past, but you’ll soon be a candidate for the psych ward if you think you can run on fumes for long. Yet, the light shines brightest in the darkness. These are days of opportunity where...
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February 21, 2022 25 min
Shannon is a wife and mother of 2 who lives in Minnesota. In this second of two episodes, Shannon picks up from the previous show, which included the emotional and physical abuse she endured growing up, and the debilitating depression that took her down a dark path of considering suicide. In this second part, Shannon shares of her marriage's journey to healing from the trauma of her spouse's porn addiction.
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February 14, 2022 25 min
Shannon is a wife and mother of 2 who lives in Minnesota. In this first of two episodes, Shannon shares the first part of her story, which includes the emotional and physical abuse she endured growing up, and the debilitating depression in her young adult years that took her down a dark path of considering suicide.
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January 31, 2022 25 min
In a marriage recovering from porn addiction or adultery, one of the most damaging statements a husband can make to his wife is "When are you going to get over this?" Sandy England, facilitator of the wife's ministry at Blazing Grace, discusses this and more with Mike.
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January 24, 2022 25 min
After moving to Arizona in July of 2020, Mike and his family have been searching for a church that is devoted to the teaching of God's word, prayer, and fellowship. In this episode Mike shares what they have encountered after 8 months of visiting churches. Do our modern churches line up with what we see in Scripture?
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January 17, 2022 25 min
Ricardo, who lives in the greater Phoenix area, shares his journey to freedom from sexual sin, beginning with when he was molested by older men while in his youth.
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January 10, 2022 25 min
Mike Genung begins the new year by sharing the story of his 20 year journey to freedom from porn and sex addiction.
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January 3, 2022 25 min
Tim Peterson, counselor and facilitator of the men's groups at Blazing Grace, and Sandy England, facilitator of the wives ministry at Blazing Grace, share stories from the people they've worked with in 2021. This is the second of two shows. Tim and Sandy provide a lot of good information - and hope - for those who are hurting.
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December 27, 2021 25 min
Tim Peterson, counselor and facilitator of the men's groups at Blazing Grace, and Sandy England, facilitator of the wives ministry at Blazing Grace, share stories from the people they've worked with in 2021. This is the first of two shows. Tim and Sandy provide a lot of good information - and hope - for those who are hurting.
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December 23, 2021 25 min
Mike interviews Geoff Brown, superintendent, and Chris Gardiner, campus pastor, of Northwest Christian School, the largest Christian private school in Arizona. Topics discussed include what they see with youth and pornography, how the large majority of parents are unaware of what their kids are doing online, and much more.
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