Hosts Jeanne Dennis and Neena Jones encourage families to depend on God's grace and nurture lifelong confidence in God's Word in their parenting, relationships, and everyday life. Sponsored by Heritage of Truth at https://jeannedennis.com.
Everyone struggles with anger. In this episode, hosts Neena Jones and Jeanne Dennis explore types of anger and how anger relates to other emotions.
Jeanne and Neena also discuss how the Bible instructs us to deal with anger and how we can find help when anger threatens to overcome us.
Anger is a natural emotion, so there is nothing shameful about seeking help when you can't control your anger. Christian counselors and pastors ca...
Today Neena and Jeanne discuss the traits of a godly friend and how to be a godly friend.
The Bible study The Belonging Project by Amberly Neese is referenced in this discussion. Jeanne interviewed Amberly about her book on Heritage of Truth TV. You can watch the entire interview, Finding a Way to Belong, on our website.
In a society where sin is the norm, where do we draw the line when it comes to exposing our children to popular culture?
Jeanne Dennis and Neena Jones discuss this dilemma and how parents and grandparents can make the best decisions for their children. They point out the importance of finding a balance so children can function in the world but not be overcome by its evils.
This podcast also includes a small portion of a three-part i...
In part 2 of our discussion of COVID effects on families, we talk about gratitude and marriage. Many marriages have been negatively affected by the COVID lockdown, job losses, and so on. In this episode, Neena and Jeanne express gratitude for God's blessings on their families.
This podcast also offers ideas and encouragement for strengthening marriages, through both good times and bad. After 44 years of marriage for Jeanne and ...
Can anything good come out of COVID? Neena Jones and Jeanne Dennis discuss some of the good and bad things their families have experienced during COVID lockdowns.?
These changes? include new priorities, changes in family relationships, and personal growth.
As always, this episode ends with a clear presentation of the gospel.?
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So many people today struggle with loneliness. Jeanne Dennis and Neena Jones tackle the problem of loneliness in this discussion. Both women have dealt with loneliness and have found solutions that work.
They offer suggestions for dealing with your own loneliness and for helping others who feel lonely.
Are you feeling overwhelmed after all the challenges of 2020? Do you feel as if your to-do list never ends? Jeanne Dennis and Neena Jones tackle the problem of feeling overwhelmed in this episode of Grace Overflowing.
Yes, you can find peace and rest. You can whittle down that to-do list and have more time to spend with your family. Neena and Jeanne offer tips that will help you find balance and take your life back from that sense o...
Jeanne Dennis and Neena Jones introduce Grace Overflowing with a time of encouragement for moms and homeschoolers. They share some of their experiences and encourage parents to allow themselves some slack while offering grace to others.
Neena tells how she came to faith as a child and how her mother prepared her for a life in relationship with Jesus. Now she passes on that heritage to her own children.
Jeanne has hosted the online s...
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The most notorious mass murder in Ohio’s history happened on the night of April 21, 2016 in rural Pike County. Four crime scenes, thirty-two gunshot wounds, eight members of the Rhoden family left dead in their homes. Two years later a local family of four, the Wagners, are arrested and charged with the crimes. As the Wagners await four back-to-back capital murder trials, the KT Studios team revisits Pike County to examine: crime-scene forensics, upcoming legal proceedings, and the ties that bind the victims and the accused. As events unfold and new crimes are uncovered, what will it mean for all involved? What will it mean for Pike County?
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