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Let's Be Real with Karmen Stamps

Let's Be Real with Karmen Stamps

Author: Karmen Stamps

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Authenticity is hard to come by in our culture today. If you are looking for more “real-ness” in your life, this is the podcast for you. Join Karmen as she shares short devotionals that may be just what you need to be real in this thing we call life.
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Join Karmen this week as she chats with the one who made her a mother, her daughter Shelby. In celebration of Mother’s Day they will chat about what it’s like having Karmen as a mother. This should be REAL fun!
All of our lives bear fruit. The question we must ask is it “good” fruit or “bad” fruit? Don’t you see that the fruit of our lives is a reflection of who we trust in and rely on...is it Good or evil? God or sin? Walking in the Spirit or walking with myself? Join Karmen on this last discuss on Irresistible Faith.
Sacrifice and Worship are not easy, but it is simple. When we offer ourselves as a sacrifice back to God, we can see clearer than ever what His will for our lives will be...then just as spring brings flower blossoms, our faith will begin to blossom.
You are joining Karmen on Week 2 of a series we are calling “Irresistible Faith”! Do you want a faith that compels someone to ask what is going on in your life and the hope you have? It’s possible! Today’s focus-a fully surrendered life is irresistible.
Irresistible Faith

Irresistible Faith

2021-04-1508:58

Join Karmen as she begins a 4 week discussion on what it looks like to have an irresistible faith. Based on the command in 1Peter 3:15, she will look at what aspects of our faith in God would compel a friend to ask us about the hope we have in Jesus.
Join Karmen on this week’s episode as she looks back at the 1st year of the Let’s Be Real podcast. She also previews what’s coming up next for Let’s Be Real. She now has an email and she would love to hear from you. berealkarmen@gmail.com
The last characteristic of the series- Joy v. Anger...success (in the Christian life) is characterized by joy, failure is characterized by anger. Which one will you choose?
Join Karmen as she discusses the 5th characteristic of a growing Christian life. A “success” in the Christian life is having an ability to embrace change. Where a Christian trips up and fails is when change is feared. Fear does not have to be the story, faith can!
Success is characterized by having an attitude of gratitude. Failure is characterized by having a sense of entitlement. Which one describes you? Join Karmen as she discusses that God’s way is gratitude and it’s his desire for our lives-not entitlement.
The third characteristic of “success” in the Christian life is forgiving others v. holding a grudge. Are we quick to forgive or are we quick to hold a grudge? When you have been wronged, mistreated, abused and persecuted, what is your gut “knee-jerk” response? Join Karmen on this episode as she describes a time where she chose forgiveness and she will look at a Biblical figure who chose a lifestyle of forgiveness.
Last week, Karmen began a series on what qualities make a person a “successful Christian v. a failure”. This is not a prosperity Christianity talk. These are real life, day to day practices that will lead to a deeper, fruitful and more intimate relationship with God. Today’s quality: taking responsibility v. blaming others
Join Karmen as she begins a new series looking at 6 patterns of a “successful” Christian. This is not a prosperity Christianity talk. These are real life, day to day practices that will lead to a deeper, fruitful and more intimate relationship with God. Today’s topic: Being Teachable v. Being a “Know-it-All”.
In this second segment of a two part discussion, Karmen and her husband Bryan discuss what a godly family structure looks like and how children are to be trained and raised to love God.
In this first segment of a two part discussion, Karmen and her husband Bryan discuss what a godly family structure looks like and how children are to be trained and raised to love God.
Karmen begins a new series on family structure that follows God’s guidelines. Her husband Bryan will join her as they discuss how they strive to put God first in their marriage, family and home.
Karmen begins a new series on family structure that follows God’s guidelines. Her husband Bryan will join her as they discuss how they strive to put God first in their marriage, family and home.
Karmen begins a new series on family structure that follows God’s guidelines. Her husband Bryan will join her as they discuss how they strive to put God first in their marriage, family and home.
Waiting on Christmas as a child was so excruciating. Did you ever feel like that? It seemed like the month of December lasted for 365 days… I know my children probably feel that way now. For me, the Christmases seem to fly by now. But can you imagine waiting your entire life for Christmas to arrive? Can you imagine the one thing you had hoped, dreamed and prayed for not being realized until the last days of your life? That seems to me to be the definition of excruciating. How does one stay faithful to that dream, that hope for an entire lifetime? We will discuss two individuals who did not give up hope as they awaited the arrival of their Messiah.
Boy Crazy

Boy Crazy

2021-01-0607:23

Episode 5: I was so caught up in trying to delight myself in other people who could give me heartache and disappointment that I was neglecting the one relationship that could take my heart to a whole new level.
There are two days left in a year that many would like to see leave-a “good riddance” situation. Some have lost so much this year. We have all seen “life as we knew it” fly out just as quick as the coronavirus flew in. We will all definitely look back on 2020 and not be so quick to forget it-- Much like the men affected by the year of our Lord’s birth. We will see today how a supernatural event changed not just their year, but their eternity.
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