Seeing Deep in a Shallow World
Going beneath the surface to find God in all of life.
In 2018, the LORD placed it on my heart to start a podcast to address issues in our culture from a biblical worldview. Christians need to be a voice of grace, truth and hope in a hurting world. It was an incredible year and we are excited to dive deeper into relevant topics in our culture in the coming year.
And now a new podcast is starting that comes from my initial ministry vision. The Seeing Deep podcast is like a devotional where we will be challenged to live for Christ in every facet of our lives. It is a place to nurture our walk with God so we can be that voice and light the world so desperately needs. How can we be a light if we are not walking closely with Christ, having our minds renewed daily in His word?
Come along with me as I dive into the word of God and interview special guests on topics that will draw us nearer to God as we examine ourselves in God’s word, release shame and cultivate hope in our living God.
On today’s podcast episode, the discussion continues with regards to the heart of the father. For the last half of the month, Denise will specifically address healing from abuse with Pastor Mike Novotny, author of the new book “How to Heal.” Tune in as they discuss the need for the church to be a safe place to heal from the emotional wounds regarding abuse.
As we continue our celebration of Father’s Day, Denise pursues a second week of sharing the impact of a father’s love. Listen in as she shares two profound thoughts on how care and love are demonstrated by father’s through discipline as well as revelation from God’s Word on the topic.
This month we are talking about the heart of the father how knowing our Heavenly Father’s heart toward us impacts our relationship with our earthly father.
As mothers, we have a continually struggle against the overwhelming presence of “all the things we must do.” We wrestle against anxiety as it drains our peace and pulls focus away from our children and from God. But the hidden strength of single moms is found in Christ.