Fearless with Cissie Graham Lynch

Fearless with Cissie Graham Lynch

Fearless faith in a compromising culture.

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April 27, 2021 42 min

Israel isn’t much bigger than New Jersey and it’s home to only about nine million people, but it’s one of the most important--and criticized—countries in the world. American evangelical Christians have been one of Israel’s closest allies for decades, but do you know why? Do you know the Biblical significance of Israel today?

Skip Heitzig’s understanding of this Jewish nation runs deep and he joined me on this episode to explain what...

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Recently many of you have sent me questions through social media, and I’m answering them on this episode of Fearless. They cover a wide range of topics, from our kids’ education, to Bible studies, engaging with people on politics, and even the royal family.

Some of the questions are fun and some are tough, but they’re all thought provoking and important. I hope you enjoy listening to them as much as I enjoyed answering them.

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Every year we celebrate Easter but it’s easy to forget why it’s so significant. Especially in a world that is constantly trying to distract you from the holiness of God, the price Jesus paid for us on the cross and the power of the resurrection.

In this episode I sat down with my brother Will Graham. We talked about the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, and how these offer us the ultimate hope and peace. 

Scripture Refere...

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My friend Kathy Yokeley was stunned when her daughter, Natalie, was diagnosed with inoperable spinal cord cancer at the age of twelve. Nine months later, Natalie was gone. Kathy and her family have struggled through intense grief, but they’ve also learned about God’s infinite faithfulness. 

In this episode, Kathy and I sit down to talk about her experience navigating a parent’s worst nightmare and how Natalie’s life left a lasting i...

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There’s a lot of confusion in churches and among Christians regarding many issues. The enemy can use confusion to divide, but God gives us wisdom and understanding through His Word.

Two of the most troubling issues I see needing to be addressed within the Church are social justice and Critical Race Theory. 

I’ve asked Darrell Harrison and Virgil Walker of the “Just Thinking” podcast to help us look at these concepts from ...

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For many years people have turned a blind eye and now Christians will be facing the severe consequences. There’s a bill making its way through Congress that would grant federal protection to people based on their sexual orientation and gender identity. But does non-discrimination for some step on the rights of those outside of this specific group?

In this episode I look at the far reaching and dangerous implications of the Equality ...

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Not only has culture lost sight of what truth is, many churches and pastors have even abandoned Biblical truth. 

John Cooper is the front man for the multi-platinum band Skillet, author of “Awake and Alive to Truth,” and host of the podcast, “Cooper Stuff.” Biblical truth and a commitment to the Gospel is the common thread in everything John does. 

In this episode John and I talk about not seeking the approval of the world and the im...
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On this episode of Fearless, I’m talking about the word, “unity.” It’s been the subject of speeches and headlines, but—at a time when it feels like our country has never been more divided—is unity even possible? In today’s culture, “unity” has been tossed around so much that it’s lost its meaning. It’s worth considering what the word “unity” means, and how we can find it.

True unity can only be found in Jesus Christ. The ...

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UPDATE: March For Life organizers have decided to make the 2021 March a virtual event. The decision was announced on the afternoon of January 15, after this episode of Fearless was recorded and posted. Make plans to join from the VIRTUAL March for Life from your home, your office, or wherever you are on January 29, 2021.

The pro-life issue isn’t reserved for certain people — it is a fight that concerns us all and one we can all take...

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The demonstrations in Washington, D.C. on January 6th were a stark reminder that 2021 may not provide the relief from 2020 many of us were hoping for. But they’re also a reminder of the importance of placing our faith in God this new year. 

In this first episode of 2021 I want to encourage you to be prepared for whatever 2021 holds. We cannot grow weary. As Daniel 11:32 tells us, those who know their God will be able to stand in str...

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Christmas is just a few days away. One tradition that I started last year with my family is a photo album – with real printed photos – of the past year. As I was looking back at the photos from 2020, I felt grateful for more time spent with my family. I know not many people will look back at 2020 the same way. But I am reminded this Christmas week, that if we know God’s Word and have confidence in it, we can be assured th...

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After my grandfather passed away a couple of years ago, I started contemplating the legacy that he left behind. Some of the sweetest times we shared were gathered around the table as a family at his house in the mountains of North Carolina. As we head toward the end of the year and look back on 2020, I thought it was a great time to reflect on a tradition we have in our family – and a command that we are given repeatedly ...

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November 11 is Veterans Day, a special day to remember and honor all of those who have served in our military. In light of this day, I sat down with a very special guest, my brother Edward Graham, who is a veteran himself.

Edward graduated from the United States Military Academy, also known as West Point, in 2003, just two years after 9/11. He served in eight combat deployments within special operations forces, and recentl...

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The 2020 elections have been said to be one of the most pivotal elections of our lifetime. Many experts have even said that it is the most critical since the election of Abraham Lincoln. As I was sitting in my quiet house on the eve of Election Day, I was wondering what my message would be when we found out the results. I was reminded of 2 Chronicles 20, when Jehoshaphat turned to God – this battle is not ours, it belongs...

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I’ve always been passionate about religion and politics, but I know that not everyone my age, especially Christian millennials, shares the same sentiments towards this topic. Someone even once told me that he didn’t believe Christians should have roles in politics. 

In this episode I want to encourage you not to look at the word ‘politics,’ but let’s look at it as ‘governance’ and who will govern over you. Right now, we ha...

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I started my last social media post with a statement: “Recognizing a group which has overcome a lot of barriers.”

In our county in Florida, where my children attend school, the idea was proposed to “celebrate” LGBTQ+ History Month in schools where kids of all ages would be taught this sexual ideology.

I have been talking about taking a stand for the education of our children a lot lately. Being a mom and a Christian with a public...

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As Christian parents, it’s important that we know what our school system is teaching our children. I believe that we are in a battle, a spiritual war, for our children’s hearts, minds, and souls in this country. We need to be prepared to stand up for our children and speak biblical truth into their lives. Will we sit back and allow the secular left to win our children over, or are we going to fight for them?

On today’s epi...

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Each year the new school season brings a certain chaos, and this year is no different. There’s been a lot of debate over schooling methods, and many people asked about what my husband and I decided to do with our children this fall regarding the new school year and their education. Today’s podcast episode is all about navigating this chaotic back to school season. Whether you’ve chosen homeschooling, online/virtual learning, in-per...

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Most of us will never know what true persecution is. Pastor Andrew Brunson and his wife Norine do. They were arrested and imprisoned in Turkey — where they planted a church and served for more than 20 years — because of their religious beliefs. After two years, Andrew Brunson was released from prison. I had the chance to sit down with the Brunsons a few weeks ago in Alaska. At the time, I didn't know that Andrew and I would sta...

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Nerves of Steel. That’s how many people described Tammie Jo Shults in 2018 after she landed a Southwest Airlines plane that had lost an engine. But even before that fateful day, Tammie Jo had a fearless faith that took her from a farm in Texas to being one of the US Navy’s first female fighter jet pilots. I had the honor of speaking with Tammie Jo as she visited military couples at Samaritan’s Purse’s Operation Heal Our P...

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