The Women's Hope Podcast

The Women's Hope Podcast

Join Dr. Shelbi Cullen and Kimberly Cummings as they bring hope and encouragement through 25 years of combined experience in biblical discipleship and counseling as ACBC counselors. Shelbi and Kimberly provide biblical and practical wisdom by coming alongside women with the teaching and resources necessary to grow in the grace and the knowledge of their Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.... Show More

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February 25, 2021 42 min

Paul’s encouragement in Titus 2:4 for women to be “sensible” may seem like a simple and innocuous command, but there is untapped richness to what this word means. Shelbi and Kimberly look at this verse and other passages to explore the nuances of this command, offering practical advice for wives, mothers, and single women.

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Special guest Ray Rhodes Jr. joins Shelbi and Kimberly to talk about his new book, “Yours, Till Heaven: The Untold Love Story of Charles and Susie Spurgeon.” He shares the story of how, in laughing and suffering together, the Spurgeons lived a compelling life of united, faithful ministry.

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In the past few years, we have all become acquainted with the blessings and dangers of social media. In this episode, Kimberly and Shelbi interview special guest Darrell Harrison, Dean of Social Media at Grace to You. Together, they answer several foundational questions about Christians and social media: What biblical principles should inform us when we post? How should we respond when we sin with social media? How can we avoid spe...

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According to Titus 2:4, one of the marks of a woman’s spiritual maturity is that she has learned to love her children well. But how do we love our kids when parenting is so often complicated and discouraging? In this episode, Shelbi and Kimberly look to 1 Corinthians 13 for practical lessons on what it means for mothers to love their children.

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In this episode, Shelbi and Kimberly explore the first thing Titus 2:4 tells older women to teach younger women: how to love their husbands. Why is this responsibility so difficult? And why do younger women need help from older women? They answer these questions and look to other passages of Scripture for practical guidance on how wives can grow in love for their husbands.

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In order to teach younger women to be spiritually mature, we must start by being mature ourselves. In part two of their ongoing series on Titus 2:3-5, Shelbi and Kimberly take a tour through the Old and New Testaments as they talk about two major hindrances to spiritual maturity: unruly speech and enslavement to desires.

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Viewers have been writing in with questions about women's discipleship, and Shelbi and Kimberly have decided to start a new series on the topic out of Titus 2:3-5. They begin this week by exploring this foundational passage and the portrait it paints of the spiritually mature woman.

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October 15, 2020 30 min

Shelbi and Kimberly interview special guest Rebecca Stark, longtime blogger and author of the theological book series, The Good Portion. Rebecca shares about her passion for doctrine and talks about the common hurdles that women face when it comes to studying theology.

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In the final episode of their series on Complementarianism, Shelbi and Kimberly address common myths about the Complementarian view. Special guest Jenna poses these four questions: Do all women need to submit to all men? Can a true Complementarian never work outside of the home? Doesn’t Complementarianism lead to abuse? And finally, are women not allowed to speak at all during a worship service?

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What is Complementarianism? How does it apply to marriage and church life? And why does it matter? Shelbi and Kimberly focus on key passages of Scripture as they answer some of the fundamental questions about Complementarian theology.

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The divide between Egalitarianism and Complementarianism comes down to one thing: hermeneutics. This week, Shelbi and Kimberly explore the historical and interpretive roots of Egalitarianism in the church. What texts do Egalitarians appeal to, and how do Complementarians read them differently?

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A couple books published in 2020 have ignited a new wave of conversations about feminism within the church. In part one of their new series about Complementarianism, Kimberly and Shelbi look at the history of feminism’s impact on the church—the good, the bad, and the ugly!

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August 6, 2020 42 min

Are you looking at self-care biblically or selfishly? Join Shelbi and Kimberly as they wrap up their series on self-image, and self-esteem, and identity with this practical and biblical look at the hot topic of self-care!

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July 23, 2020 31 min

Join Shelbi and Kimberly for a four-part series on self: self-image, self-esteem, identity, and self-care. How we view God and the truths of Scripture will determine how we view ourselves.

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Occasionally, well meaning people falsely characterize the Biblical Counseling movement. Is Biblical Counseling really a form of works righteousness or overly simplistic? Do counselors think every counseling situation is rooted in personal sin for them to expose? Dr. John Street joins Dr. Shelbi Cullen and Kimberly Cummings to discuss as well as defend Biblical Counseling from these and other misrepresentations.

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June 25, 2020 37 min

Join Shelbi and Kimberly for a four-part series on self: self-image, self-esteem, identity, and self-care. How we view God and the truths of Scripture will determine how we view ourselves.

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May 12, 2020 30 min
Join Shelbi and Kimberly for a four-part series on self: self-image, self-esteem, identity, and self-care. How we view God and the truths of Scripture will determine how we view ourselves.
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November 20, 2019 34 min
On today’s Women’s Hope show, Kimberly Cummings and Dr. Shelbi Cullen consider nine myths about biblical discipleship and provide nine helpful remedies to solve these myths from the Word of God.
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* Every moment belongs to God (therefore every moment is holy), and He gives each moment to us as a gift.
* Make yourself available to the Lord, staying alert to His Spirit as He brings people across yo...
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On today’s Women Hope show, Kimberly Cummings and Dr. Shelbi Cullen interview Dr. John Street on hermeneutics, ministering the Word of God to people, and what biblical discipleship is and is not and the importance of this ministry to the local church.
What you’ll hear in this episode

* The importance of hermeneutics in biblical discipleship.
* What expository soul care is and why it’s important.
* The importance of understan...
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On today’s Women Hope show, Kimberly Cummings and Dr. Shelbi Cullen conclude their four-part discipleship series titled “Getting to the Heart of Biblical Discipleship,” consider the importance of building relationships grounded in the Word and how to grow in practical godliness in the Christian life.

What you’ll hear in this episode

* Why good listening asks perceptive, open-ended questions that don’t tee up yes or no answers b...
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