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Host, Cindy Koch explores theological topics through family conversation. Joined by her children, this show aims to explore essential questions in a way that is not only theologically satisfying but accessible to the whole family.
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Episode 6: Lion King

Episode 6: Lion King

2019-04-2400:33:36

Join the conversation with Cindy Koch and her children in this six-part series involving select FAIRY TALES. On this episode we discuss the Lion King, recognizing sin and deceit in this world, but also finding hope for the happy ending promised to us in Christ. We were inspired by an essay by J.R.R. Tolkien called “On Fairy Stories”.  Ultimately, these fun stories stir up simple truths about ourselves, our God, and the greatest story we know in the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Resources: Fairy Tales Resource Pages "On Fairy Stories" by J.R.R. Tolkein www.FamilyStyleTheology.com 1517 Podcast Network
Join the conversation with Cindy Koch and her children in this six-part series involving select FAIRY TALES. On this episode we recall the story Jack and the Beanstalk, discussing God's Kingdom and its perceived insignificance, also drawing connections from this fairy tale to the biblical account of David and Goliath. We were inspired by an essay by J.R.R. Tolkien called “On Fairy Stories”.  Ultimately, these fun stories stir up simple truths about ourselves, our God, and the greatest story we know in the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Resources: Fairy Tales Resource Pages "On Fairy Stories" by J.R.R. Tolkein www.FamilyStyleTheology.com 1517 Podcast Network
Episode 4: Cinderella

Episode 4: Cinderella

2019-04-2400:31:17

Join the conversation with Cindy Koch and her children in this six-part series involving select FAIRY TALES. On this episode we talk about Cinderella, the difference between circumstance and identity, God's gifts found in ordinary objects, and our longing for the "happily ever after" ending. We were inspired by an essay by J.R.R. Tolkien called “On Fairy Stories”.  Ultimately, these fun stories stir up simple truths about ourselves, our God, and the greatest story we know in the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Resources: Fairy Tales Resource Pages "On Fairy Stories" by J.R.R. Tolkein www.FamilyStyleTheology.com 1517 Podcast Network
Join the conversation with Cindy Koch and her children in this six-part series involving select FAIRY TALES. On this episode we talk about The Little Mermaid and the connection between sacrifice, true love, and Christ's blessed exchange with us. We were inspired by an essay by J.R.R. Tolkien called “On Fairy Stories”.  Ultimately, these fun stories stir up simple truths about ourselves, our God, and the greatest story we know in the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Resources: Fairy Tales Resource Pages "On Fairy Stories" by J.R.R. Tolkein www.FamilyStyleTheology.com 1517 Podcast Network
Episode 2: Pinocchio

Episode 2: Pinocchio

2019-04-2400:30:54

Join the conversation with Cindy Koch and her children in this six-part series involving select FAIRY TALES. On this episode we recall the adventures of Pinocchio, while discussing total depravity, consequences for sin, and a gracious Savior. We were inspired by an essay by J.R.R. Tolkien called “On Fairy Stories”.  Ultimately, these fun stories stir up simple truths about ourselves, our God, and the greatest story we know in the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Resources: Fairy Story Resource Pages "On Fairy Stories" by J.R.R. Tolkien www.familystyletheology.com 1517 Podcast Network
Episode 1: Snow White

Episode 1: Snow White

2019-04-2400:29:29

Join the conversation with Cindy Koch and her children in this six-part series involving select FAIRY TALES. On this episode we remember the story of Snow White exploring themes of good versus evil and life after death. We were inspired by an essay by J.R.R. Tolkien called “On Fairy Stories”.  Ultimately, these fun stories stir up simple truths about ourselves, our God, and the greatest story we know in the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Resources: Fairy Tales Resource Pages "On Fairy Stories" by J.R.R. Tolkein www.FamilyStyleTheology.com 1517 Podcast Network
Family Style Theology encourages theological conversations with children of all ages. In this series, Daughter, teenage girls from ages 13-22 gather to discuss our greater story found in the Bible. Our conversation is about Revelation 21 and 22, comparing the Garden of Eden to the New Earth. Not only do we talk about our restored creation, we discuss how that reality changes our story right now.   Resources: Daughter: Our Story Remembered Study Worksheets familystyletheology.com 1517 Podcast Network
Family Style Theology encourages theological conversations with children of all ages. In this series, Daughter, teenage girls from ages 13-22 gather to discuss our greater story found in the Word of God. Together we contemplate the stories of prominent women from our history, Sarah and Mary from the Bible. We talk openly about trusting God’s promises in the midst of hard situations.   Resources: Daughter: Our Story Remembered Study Worksheets familystyletheology.com 1517 Podcast Network
Family Style Theology encourages theological conversations with children of all ages. In this series, Daughter, teenage girls from ages 13-22 gather to discuss our greater story found in the Bible. Based on the story of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, our discussion wonders what a baptized child of God looks like. Exploring the Word of God in Romans 3-6, we compare our sight to what we hear from God.   Resources: Daughter: Our Story Remembered Study Worksheets familystyletheology.com 1517 Podcast Network
Daughter: Unexpected Bride

Daughter: Unexpected Bride

2019-01-1700:32:49

Family Style Theology encourages theological conversations with children of all ages. In this series, Daughter, teenage girls from ages 13-22 gather to discuss our greater story found in the Word of God. Travelling through the poetic book of Proverbs in the Bible, we explore a metaphor of an adulteress and a bride, hearing the Gospel of Jesus Christ in the middle of the Old Testament.   Resources: Daughter: Our Story Remembered Study Worksheets familystyletheology.com 1517 Podcast Network
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