Coffee and Bible Time's Podcast

Coffee and Bible Time's Podcast

Coffee and Bible Time is a podcast for Christian people to be encouraged and grow in their faith. Ashley, Taylor, and Mentor Mama are founders of the Coffee and Bible Time ministry which started on YouTube. Their passion is to help inspire people to delight in God's word.

Episodes

November 24, 2022 51 min
Today we are going to be talking about “Breaking free from culture to find our true identity in Christ.” In our culture today, it is very easy to get lost in all of the hustle and bustle of busyness, social media, comparison, and everything else vying for our attention. It’s so easy to get caught in the trap of seeking our worth, identity, and significance in the things of this world. It’s a dangerous cycle to look in these places ...
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Today we are going to be talking about “Preparing our bodies, souls, and minds to whole-heartedly experience Christmas this year.” Christmas is a beautiful season that many of us anticipate. Spending time with our loved ones and celebrating the hope of Jesus can fill our hearts with joy, but it seems to happen every year, that while we intend to be present and focused on those things, other things begin to pull us in every directio...
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Today we are going to be talking about “Focusing on the Good, and the Profound Benefits That Can Follow.” Everywhere you turn these days, it seems the news of our world is bleak. On top of that, the stress from our everyday lives can leave us downcast and weighted down with worry if we allow it to. Our guest today, Zach Windahl, author of the soon-to-be-released book, See the Good: Finding Grace, Gratitude, and Optimism in Every Da...
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Today we are going to be talking about “Stability in a Time of Chaos.” Our culture’s rapid pace of change leaves many of us feeling bewildered and defensive. Our guest today, Aaron Damiani, author of the book, Earth Filled with Heaven: Finding Life in Liturgy, Sacraments, and Other Ancient Practices of the Church will explore how the practices of the ancient church, such as liturgy, creeds, and the public reading of Scripture can h...
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Today we are going to be talking about “How managing our money can be made simple.” As Christians, God has called us to manage our money well and to be good stewards of that money. Being responsible with the gifts He has given us and extending that blessing to others is pleasing to God. Inviting Him into our financial planning and goal-setting is a key component to our financial success. So many of us, however, struggle in the area...
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Today we are going to be “Learning about God through the gift of motherhood.” Being a mother is a hard job. One that can make us feel unseen and uncelebrated as we go about our daily “mom tasks” of serving, cleaning, caring, guiding, and much more. It’s no doubt, a challenging call by God. Here to encourage both new and seasoned moms is Laura Booz, author of the book, “Expect Something Beautiful: Finding God’s Good Gifts in Motherh...
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Today we will be talking about “unlikely friendships and how God works in our everyday lives to show the love of Christ to others.” Our guest today, Craig Cooper is co-author of the book, “Glad You’re Here: Two Unlikely Friends Breaking Bread and Fences.” This book was written with his close friend and neighbor, singer/songwriter, Walker Hayes. Craig will be chatting with us today about one of the greatest gifts God can give, and ...
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Today we are going to be talking about “Igniting our faith and keeping that fire for God alive every day.” Have you ever been absolutely fired up for God one day only to have that thrilling and energizing feeling fizzle out a short time later? Perhaps it’s an impassioned church service that made us want to shout to the world our love and loyalty to God or serve others with a glad heart, but then a few days of living our everyday li...
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Today we are going to be talking about “Embracing slower, simpler living wherever you’re at in life.” Many people have a strong desire to slow down and live more simply and authentically, but for many reasons, they feel unable to make changes that can lead to peace and contentment. Our guest today, Lana Stenner, author of the soon-to-be-released book, The Grace-Filled Homestead: Lessons I’ve Learned about Faith, Family, and the Far...
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Today we are going to be talking about “God’s design for marriage and more specifically, sexual intimacy in marriage.” Learning more about this topic is an avenue to learn more about God’s covenant love. God desires to make us more like himself, and sex within marriage can be a powerful training ground for godly character. Sadly, many Christian couples struggle immensely in this area of marriage, but that’s not God’s desire for any...
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Today we are going to be talking about “Finding freedom from an unhealthy relationship with food.” For some of us, our relationship with food can be a constant source of regret, frustration, and shame. For others, it feels like a God-given blessing. Our guest today, Erin Davis, author of the new book, “Fasting & Feasting: 40 Devotions to Satisfy the Hungry Heart,” has experienced all sorts of complicated responses to food. She’...
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Today we continue our series on Biblical Perspectives on Raw Topics with Mentor Mama. This is episode 4 of this 4-part series and in today's episode, we're going to be talking about body image and how to accept the body God has given you. This is the last podcast in this series and we hope that you have been blessed and encouraged by each episode. We are so thankful to Mentor Mama for pouring her wisdom into us! She is such...
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Today we are going to be talking about “How to live in the victory of Jesus.” It can be so easy for all of us to get caught up in battling the same fears, same insecurities, same lies, and same doubts, over and over and over. But, when we fully realize the power of Jesus and how to stand in the unshakable victory that he has already won for us, we can be empowered to overcome those battles in our position of authority through Jesus...
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Today we are going to be talking about “The beauty of adoption and the hope of the adoption journey.” This very important topic is going to be discussed as seen through the soon-to-be-released movie “LIFEMARK,” starting on September 9, 2022. This movie is from executive producers the Kendrick Brothers and Kirk Cameron and is based on an incredible true story that celebrates adoption, reconciliation, and love. This topic is very dea...
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Today we are going to be talking about “God’s power when self-help falters.” If you are all too familiar with bad habits, thinking lifelong battles can’t be won, or believe that some destructive behavior cannot be altered, this episode is for you.  Our guest today, Karl Clauson, author of the book, “The 7 Resolutions: Where Self-Help Ends and God’s Power Begins” will be talking about how to throw off those old patterns, create new ...
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Today we are going to be talking about “How we long for control.” I think it’s safe to say that a lot of people strongly desire control. Control over their relationships, control over their jobs, and over their kids. The list could go on and on. We crave control and self-sufficiency! But wanting to constantly be in control can leave us hurting, drained, and anxious. Our guest today, Sharon Hodde Miller, author of the new book, “The...
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Today we continue our Biblical Perspectives on Raw Topics series with Mentor Mama. This is episode 3 of this 4-part series and in today's episode, we'e going to be talking about how to handle emotional outbreaks due to hormones or PMS! We are so thankful to Mentor Mama for pouring her wisdom into us! She is such a gift and blessing.

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Today we are going to be talking about “How Immigrants and Refugees Strengthen our churches today” Our country has a long history of immigrants and refugees seeking a better life and finding it in America. For Americans that brings an incredible opportunity to spread the gospel, both individually and also through our local churches. God has called us all to welcome strangers, love our neighbors, and even our enemies, and make disci...
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Today we continue our series on Biblical Perspectives on Raw Topics with Mentor Mama. This is episode 2 of this 4-part series and today's episode is on how Mentor Mama navigated through life with God despite mental health struggles. We are so thankful to Mentor Mama for pouring her wisdom into us! She is such a gift and blessing. If you are also encouraged by this podcast please leave a comment on our blog and share it with a f...
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Today the tables are turned as Ashley and Taylor interview Mentor Mama in episode 1 of our new 4 part series - Biblical Perspectives on Raw Topics with Mentor Mama. Today's episode is on how Mentor Mama overcame the shame of having sex before marriage. We are so thankful to Mentor Mama for pouring her wisdom into us! She is such a gift and blessing.Visit our blog comment section to share your thoughts on this podcast episode: h...
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