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Have you found yourself asking God why certain things have happened? Are you walking through an unexpected situation? Do you wonder if you'll ever pursue your God-given dreams? Sometimes life throws us curve balls and we can end up in moments we don't foresee. It can be confusing but God can handle our frustration and difficult questions. In this podcast, Lisa Whittle joins me to talk about: Moments of questioning God's plan Dealing with unexpected problems Resting in God's peace during moments of uncertainty Not being limited by ourselves and other people's opinions Lisa is a writer, speaker and Bible teacher who has been in ministry for nearly 20 years. She's experienced a lot in life, in church and in relationships. Throughout this podcast, Lisa tells me about how she's dealt with failure and overcome disappointment, and how she invited God into all of those moments. She talks about finding peace in the midst of uncertainty and the beauty that can be found in waiting seasons. Lisa also reminds us about the importance of pursuing our God-given dreams and not worrying about other people's opinions. As you listen, I hope you feel empowered and you're reminded that if God is for you, no one can be against you. Be sure to tag us @biancaolthoff and @lisawhittle, we'd love to learn more about how this episode spoke to you! Love you,B RESOURCES/LINKS GUEST Lisa Whittle Book: God Knows: When Your Worries and Whys Need More Than Temporary Relief  ⋇ Grit Don’t Quit Book Club ⋇ Order Bianca’s new book GRIT DON’T QUIT ⋇ WGT email: podcast@inthenameoflove.org ⋇ Subscribe to We’re Going There on your favorite podcast app so you don’t miss out on any of the great topics and conversations. Don’t forget to leave a loving review! Apple Spotify Google ⋇ Visit biancaolthoff.com/resources to learn more about books and other resources from Bianca. ⋇ Want to stay connected, join the community today. ⋇ Music by: Brad Tsushima, Instagram: @bradtsushima, email: bradtsushima94@aol.com, Spotify: “R.A.D.”
Do you want to spend more time with God? Are you looking for a fresh perspective on the Bible? Are you in a season where you're trying to reconnect with the Lord? Sometimes there are moments when we feel disconnected from our faith, but there are plenty of ways to renew our faith. In this podcast, Lisa Harper joins me to talk about:• Her relationship with God through different stages of life• Spending time with the Lord• The beauty and love found in Bible stories• Renewing your faithLisa is a writer, speaker and Bible teacher who has walked with Jesus for most of her life. She knows a lot about the Bible and communicates the word of God with ease. Lisa tells me about her journey of faith and how her relationship with God has changed throughout her life. We can all go through seasons where we feel spiritually dry or distant from our faith, and Lisa's perspective is refreshing and practical. Throughout this episode, Lisa talks about how we can learn to see God in a new way and shares simple ways we can spend time with him each day. We also talk about what we've learned from reading the Bible and how it's strengthened our individual faiths.As you listen, I hope you're reminded that God is with you in each and every moment of your day. God loves you and is with you in all things.Be sure to tag us @biancaolthoff and @lisadharper, we'd love to learn about the ways you spend time with God! Love you, B RESOURCES/LINKS GUEST Lisa Harper: https://www.lisaharper.org/  Podcast: Lisa Harper’s Back Porch Theology https://www.lisaharper.org/backporchtheology  Book: JESUS: A Scandalously Devoted, Conspicuously Uncool, Super-Transparent Homage to Who Our Savior Is and How Much He Loves Us Devotional Quotes from Lisa God is not a proposition to be studied, He is a person with whom we engage. Theology is not even a subject matter, it's a lifestyle. Theology is having conversations about God. ⋇ Order Bianca’s new book GRIT DON’T QUIT ⋇ Subscribe to We’re Going There on your favorite podcast app so you don’t miss out on any of the great topics and conversations. Don’t forget to leave a loving review! Apple Spotify Google ⋇ Visit biancaolthoff.com/resources to learn more about books and other resources from Bianca. ⋇ Want to stay connected, join the community today. ⋇ WGT email: podcast@inthenameoflove.org ⋇ Music by: Brad Tsushima, Instagram: @bradtsushima, email: bradtsushima94@aol.com, Spotify: “R.A.D.”
Are you dealing with a season of disappointment? Do you wonder if there's a way to overcome hardship? Looking for some hope and healing? Things don't always work out how we planned, but we can rest knowing that God is in control. In this podcast, Tim Timberlake joins me to talk about: How to deal with difficult seasons of life Overcoming hardship through healing Finding purpose and wisdom in our disappointment Hope for a positive future after facing a setback Tim is an author, pastor and speaker who is passionate about giving people hope after facing disappointment. He's walked through some tough seasons of life, from divorce at a young age to dealing with grief, but his outlook is one we can learn from. Tim shares the wisdom he's gained from overcoming difficult moments. Throughout this episode, Tim dives into the art of overcoming and reminds us that we can find rest when we give things to God. He also shares encouragement for anyone who is walking through a hard season of life. As you listen, remember that whatever you're facing, there's a God who knows you and sees you. Greater is ahead than what's behind. You've got this! You can tag us @biancaolthoff and @timtimberlake, we'd love to learn more about how this episode spoke to you. Love you, B RESOURCES/LINKS GUEST Tim Timberlake Book - The Art of Overcoming: Letting God Turn Your Endings Into Beginnings ⋇ Order Bianca’s new book GRIT DON’T QUIT ⋇ Subscribe to We’re Going There on your favorite podcast app so you don’t miss out on any of the great topics and conversations. Don’t forget to leave a loving review! Apple Spotify Google ⋇ Visit biancaolthoff.com/resources to learn more about books and other resources from Bianca. ⋇ Want to stay connected, join the community today. ⋇ WGT email: podcast@inthenameoflove.org ⋇ Music by: Brad Tsushima, Instagram: @bradtsushima, email: bradtsushima94@aol.com, Spotify: “R.A.D.”
Do you ever question your identity? Are you looking for ways to actively stay connected to God? Is it possible to not be defined by your past? As we grow in our faith, we learn to see ourselves the way God sees us, but it's not always easy. In this podcast, Hosanna Wong joins me to talk about: The power of knowing our God given identity The importance of actively spending time with God and reading the Bible Finding our own spiritual disciplines Embracing rest and creating our own Sabbaths Hosanna is a spoken word artist, writer and a close friend of mine! She's spent most of her life fighting for identity inside and outside of the church, and she's got wisdom to share with us. Hosanna speaks about the importance of staying connected and rooted in the word of God. Throughout this episode, Hosanna talks about spiritual disciplines and shares practical ways to incorporate them into our daily lives. We also share our thoughts on taking a Sabbath and how we've embraced regular moments of rest. As you listen, I hope you're reminded of your God given identity, and remember the importance of spending time with God. Remember you're wonderfully and fearfully made, child of God! Be sure to tag us @hosanna.wong and @biancaolthoff we'd love to learn about your God given name and identity. Love you friends, B RESOURCES/LINKS GUEST Hosanna Wong Book - You Are More Than You've Been Told: Unlock a Fresh Way to Live Through the Rhythms of Jesus ⋇ Order Bianca’s new book GRIT DON’T QUIT ⋇ Listen & subscribe to Wear We Are - https://tinyurl.com/WearWeArePodcast ⋇ WGT email: podcast@inthenameoflove.org ⋇ Subscribe to We’re Going There on your favorite podcast app so you don’t miss out on any of the great topics and conversations. Don’t forget to leave a loving review! Apple Spotify Google ⋇ Visit biancaolthoff.com/resources to learn more about books and other resources from Bianca. ⋇ Want to stay connected, join the community today. ⋇ Music by: Brad Tsushima, Instagram: @bradtsushima, email: bradtsushima94@aol.com, Spotify: “R.A.D.”
Do you want to give back in some way? Are you wondering how you can help empower women around the world? Do you want to learn more about the incredible work of Christian non-profits? In this podcast, Kimarie Page (Vice President of Development Resources at Convoy of Hope) joins me to talk about: • Stories of impact from Convoy of Hope• The importance of empowering young women • Ways we can give back and help others• The power of local communities and churches I'm so excited to share this conversation with you, it's something I've been dreaming about for a long time! Kimarie is an incredible woman with a heart to help others. In her role at Convoy of Hope, Kimarie helps to lead and love people who are in need. She's travelled the world and seen God show up in incredible ways. Throughout this episode, Kimarie shares stories of impact from Convoy of Hope - she also talks about how women have been resourced and equipped to live empowered lives.  As you listen, I hope you're inspired by these incredible stories and encouraged by the great work that people like Kimarie do. You can be part of it too, by donating here: https://convoyofhope.org/bianca/ I'm grateful for you and can't wait to see what lasting impact our WGT listeners make. Share by tagging us @biancaolthoff and @convoywomen @convoyofhope Love you,B RESOURCES/LINKS Order Bianca’s new book GRIT DON’T QUIT ⋇ GUEST Kimarie Page, Vice President of Development Resources at Convoy of Hope  Empower a girl of a woman by donating here: ⁠https://convoyofhope.org/bianca/ ⋇ WGT email: podcast@inthenameoflove.org ⋇ Subscribe to We’re Going There on your favorite podcast app so you don’t miss out on any of the great topics and conversations. Don’t forget to leave a loving review! Apple Spotify Google ⋇ Visit biancaolthoff.com/resources to learn more about books and other resources from Bianca. ⋇ Want to stay connected, join the community today. ⋇ Music by: Brad Tsushima, Instagram: @bradtsushima, email: bradtsushima94@aol.com, Spotify: “R.A.D.”
Do you feel like quitting something? Are you trying to discern if a season is ending? Is there a way to transition out of places well? Sometimes leaving is better than staying, whether it's in a church, job or relationship, but it's not always easy to go. In this podcast, I talk about: > Knowing when it's time to quit > The importance of self-awareness > Discerning your season and life transitions > Leaving situations and relationships with excellence Quitting is something no one likes to do, especially when it feels like you may have failed in some way. (I hate quitting, really, I even wrote a book called Grit, Don't Quit!) But sometimes, knowing when to leave something can create space for the new thing that God wants to do in your life. In this episode, I delve into one of the topics in my book and reflect on my own experiences of life transitions.  As you listen, there may be some tough questions that you have to ask yourself but sometimes you need to take a step of faith and trust God's timing! Remember that while leaving can be hard, there are still new people to meet, new places to explore and new experiences to have.  The best is yet to come, friend! Don't forget to tag me @biancaolthoff, I'd love to learn more about how this episode spoke to you. Love you, B RESOURCES/LINKS LAST CHANCE TO Pre-Order Bianca’s new book GRIT DON’T QUIT Redeem your FREE gifts when you preorder by filling out the form on this page.  ··········· WGT email: podcast@inthenameoflove.org ··········· Subscribe to We’re Going There on your favorite podcast app so you don’t miss out on any of the great topics and conversations. Don’t forget to leave a loving review! Apple Spotify Google ··········· Visit biancaolthoff.com/resources to learn more about books and other resources from Bianca. ··········· Want to stay connected, join the community today. ··········· Music by: Brad Tsushima, Instagram: @bradtsushima, email: bradtsushima94@aol.com, Spotify: “R.A.D.”
Is there a past trauma affecting your life? Are you unsure how to respond to triggers that catch you off guard? You don’t have to go through this alone. Healing, redemption, and restoration are possible and Kobe Campbell will walk us through: - How to deal with uncomfortable emotions - Learning to identify the need behind our feelings - Developing an accurate view of who we are called to be Kobe teaches us to care about our mental and emotional health before we are in a crisis. When you are experiencing an emotion, it is indicating a need. Feelings are the check engine light of the soul. Pay attention to your feelings, they’re trying to tell you something. Healing from trauma is a process and we can lean on God and on professionals to help us through it.  Friend, you have the capacity to heal. Hold on to the good moments because healing can happen to you too! Tag me @BiancaOlthoff and @KobeCampbell_ and share with us how you are experiencing transformation! Love you friends, B RESOURCES/LINKS Pre-Order Bianca’s new book GRIT DON’T QUIT Redeem your FREE gifts when you preorder by filling out the form on this page.  ··········· GUEST Kobe Campbell Book: Why Am I Like This: How To Break Cycles, Heal From Trauma, And Restore Your Faith The Healing Circle Podcast Kobe’s Quotes Emotions are like the check engine light of the soul. We live in the stories we tell ourselves. You have to care about your mental and emotional health before you are in crisis. There's a difference between feeling a strong emotion that is uncomfortable and being triggered. Anger is an emotion that tells us that something sacred has been violated and that something needs to be protected.  An overlooked means of wounding someone is with words.  The words that people speak over us create the perception that we have of ourselves, and we live out of that perception. ··········· Subscribe to We’re Going There on your favorite podcast app so you don’t miss out on any of the great topics and conversations. Don’t forget to leave a loving review! Apple Spotify Google ··········· Visit biancaolthoff.com/resources to learn more about books and other resources from Bianca. ··········· Want to stay connected, join the community today. ··········· WGT email: podcast@inthenameoflove.org ··········· Music by: Brad Tsushima, Instagram: @bradtsushima, email: bradtsushima94@aol.com, Spotify: “R.A.D.”
Do you have something special to offer the world? Are you wondering how you can live a life of impact? Is self-discipline something you wrestle with? Greatness isn't made overnight, it's built over time, and Rory Vaden has some useful principles that can help you get there. In this conversation, we talk about: Our God given individuality The power of self-discipline The importance of gaining clarity and having vision for your life Making the right choices daily and the long-term impact Rory is an author, speaker and visionary who helps people create strong personal brands. He talks about the power of finding our uniqueness and embracing how God made you. Rory reminds us of the importance of self-discipline and how it is a tool that can help us create the life we want to live. Throughout this podcast, we talk about having vision and goals for your life, and how it can bring clarity in our pursuit of success. As you listen, I hope you're taking notes and getting ready to apply this incredible advice from Rory, because it really can help you become a greater version of yourself. You're wonderfully and fearfully made, never forget that! You can tag us @biancaolthoff and @roryvaden, we'd love to learn more about how this episode spoke to you. Love you, B RESOURCES/LINKS Pre-Order Bianca’s new book GRIT DON’T QUIT Redeem your FREE gifts when you preorder by filling out the form on this page.  ··········· Guest  Rory Vaden Rory's Books Rory on The Jasmine Star Show: How to Discover Your Uniqueness and Gain the Recognition You Deserve with Rory Vaden   Learn more about Rory Vaden at: freebrandcall.com/biancaolthoff How To Multiply Your Time | Rory Vaden TedTalk Quotables Easy short-term choices lead to difficult long-term consequences. Difficult short-term choices lead to easy long-term consequences. Procrastination and indulgence are really nothing more than creditors that charge us interest. The shortest most guaranteed path to greatness is to do the things you know you should be doing even when you don't feel like doing them. The amount of our endurance is directly proportionate to the clarity of our vision. Discipline goes dormant in the absence of a dream. Success is never owned, it's rented, and the rent is due every day. ··········· Subscribe to We’re Going There on your favorite podcast app so you don’t miss out on any of the great topics and conversations. Don’t forget to leave a loving review! Apple Spotify Google ··········· WGT email: podcast@inthenameoflove.org ··········· Visit biancaolthoff.com/resources to learn more about books and other resources from Bianca. ··········· Want to stay connected, join the community today. ··········· Music by: Brad Tsushima, Instagram: @bradtsushima, email: bradtsushima94@aol.com, Spotify: “R.A.D.”
Are you overwhelmed by your day-to-day schedule? Do you want to live a life with more compassion? Have you wondered if there's a way to manage all of your commitments? Life can be busy, but you can handle it, and Alli Worthington has some great advice! In this conversation, we talk about: • Modern motherhood • Putting yourself first and checking your emotional health • Practical ways to take care of yourself • The importance of friendship Alli is a wife, mom and entrepreneur, she's also been a great friend to me. Alli talks about the reality of being a modern woman and why it's important to address our mindset. She explains the power of shifting our perspective and how it can help with our wellbeing. We also talk about the ways our emotional health can impact all of our relationships and how to love and lead from a place of overflow. As you listen, I hope you remember that it's okay to put yourself first, you can't pour from an empty cup, so make sure you're full and whole. And even when it feels difficult, remember that you can replace the broken soundtracks, because God is working things out for you! You are brilliant and capable friend, never forget that! You can tag us @biancaolthoff and @alliworthington, we'd love to learn more about how this episode spoke to you. Love you, B RESOURCES/LINKS Pre-Order Bianca’s new book GRIT DON’T QUIT Redeem your FREE gifts when you preorder by filling out the form on this page.  ··········· Alli Worthington’s website Alli’s Book: Remaining You While Raising Them   Alli’s Quotes: We are going to get burned out if we are not taking care of ourselves.  Self care has been hijacked by pedicures and bubble baths, but real self-care is conversations with friends, going for walks, and taking care of the little things that you need everyday.  God is always working things out for me. Joyce Meyer quote: The greatest gift that you can give your loved ones is the healthiest version of you.  ··········· Subscribe to We’re Going There on your favorite podcast app so you don’t miss out on any of the great topics and conversations. Don’t forget to leave a loving review! Apple Spotify Google ··········· Visit biancaolthoff.com/resources to learn more about books and other resources from Bianca. ··········· Want to stay connected, join the community today. ··········· WGT email: ⁠⁠podcast@inthenameoflove.org⁠ ··········· Music by: Brad Tsushima, Instagram: @bradtsushima, email: bradtsushima94@aol.com, Spotify: “R.A.D.”
What if I told you that though life might feel like a dumpster bin fire right now, you can choose to remain and not quit. If you know me, I don't want to see anyone give up. In this season of We’re Going There, we will be exploring the theme of Resilience and how to develop the grit to press on. I want us to share practical tools and handles for you as we unpack together: What it means to be resilient What it means to be gritty What it looks like to persevere How you can care for yourself Life can get hard and I know that many of you out there are dealing with a lot of hurt and pain. I want you to remember that you are called to great things and you are stronger than you think. Choose to remain. Choose to love. Choose to have joy. Push off the feeling of quitting - GRIT DON’T QUIT! I’m excited for this new season, friends! Tag me @BiancaOlthoff and let me know how strong and gritty you really are! Love you friends, B RESOURCES/LINKS Pre-Order Bianca’s new book GRIT DON’T QUIT Redeem your FREE gifts when you preorder by filling out the form on this page. ••••• WGT email: podcast@inthenameoflove.org••••• Music by: Brad Tsushima, Instagram: @bradtsushima, email: bradtsushima94@aol.com, Spotify: “R.A.D.”••••• Subscribe to We’re Going There on your favorite podcast app so you don’t miss out on any of the great topics and conversations. Don’t forget to leave a loving review! Apple Spotify Google••••• Visit biancaolthoff.com/resources to learn more about books and other resources from Bianca.••••• Want to stay connected, join the community today!
Hi friends! We are on a break from our regularly scheduled podcast but between now and when we start our next season, I wanted to pop in and spread some love. If you're new around the podcast, let me welcome you and let you know that I'm excited that you've joined us for our podcast party! It's in my honor to create content that equips and inspires you. I decided to go back to my roots. At my core, I’m a word nerd and Bible teacher so I'm sharing some teachings from the book of James that both Matt and I shared at The Father's House Orange County back in 2020. Yes, the year of the pandemic. You also get access to a Bible study guide for the series that will help you in your journey through the book of James, and it's absolutely FREE. Send an email podcast@inthenameoflove.org to get your PDF today. And if you enjoy the podcast, it would be amazing if you left a positive review and subscribed to the podcast so you don't miss one episode. I hope you enjoy the series and I can't wait for season five. If there was more in season four then there is a vibe in season five! Love you friends! 🖤 B RESOURCES: Email podcast@inthenameoflove.org to get your James Series Guide https://tfhoc.org/ Music by: Brad Tsushima, Instagram: @bradtsushima, email: bradtsushima94@aol.com, Spotify: “R.A.D.”
My Friends! We’re Going There Podcast has hit 1 MILLION downloads and we are here to celebrate!🎉 I took a pause from my day and hopped on a quick call with my twin sister Jasmine Star to process and savor this moment. You know why? Because I wanted to create an Ebenezer moment. A moment that I can look back to and remember how good God has been in my life. But friends, this moment would not have been possible without YOU! I’m so grateful to all of the faithful listeners and for the not-so-faithful listeners too. Because everyone that’s clicked to listen to any of the episodes on any of the platforms has been a part of this milestone. THANK YOU!!! I had a BIG dream, but I got here by starting small. I took the small step of looking up what the beginner podcasting equipment was, and bought it. That step created a ripple effect as I continued to take step after step to launch this podcast. And today, I’m celebrating 1 Million downloads. Yay! If you have listened to 1 of the one million downloaded episodes, share with me what your #1 step is going to be as you pursue your dream. Post on your Stories what your #1 step is and tag me @BiancaOlthoff on it. Like my sister Jasmine said: You need to be ok with having the courage to put yourself out there and be publicly accountable and you need to be ok with being mediocre. You also need to be ok with God blessing what you’re doing to get to step #2.  I’ll be cheering you on from the sidelines! Love you friends! 🖤 B RESOURCES: What’s your #1 step? Tag me at http://instagram.com/biancaolthoff Music by: Brad Tsushima, Instagram: @bradtsushima, email: bradtsushima94@aol.com, Spotify: “R.A.D.”
Hi friends! We are on a break from our regularly scheduled podcast but between now and when we start our next season, I wanted to pop in and spread some love. If you're new around the podcast, let me welcome you and let you know that I'm excited that you've joined us for our podcast party! It's in my honor to create content that equips and inspires you. I decided to go back to my roots. At my core, I’m a word nerd and Bible teacher so I'm sharing some teachings from the book of James that both Matt and I shared at The Father's House Orange County back in 2020. Yes, the year of the pandemic. You also get access to a Bible study guide for the series that will help you in your journey through the book of James, and it's absolutely FREE. Send an email podcast@inthenameoflove.org to get your PDF today. And if you enjoy the podcast, it would be amazing if you left a positive review and subscribed to the podcast so you don't miss one episode. I hope you enjoy the series and I can't wait for season five. If there was more in season four then there is a vibe in season five! Love you friends! 🖤 B RESOURCES: Email podcast@inthenameoflove.org to get your James Series Guide https://tfhoc.org/ Music by: Brad Tsushima, Instagram: @bradtsushima, email: bradtsushima94@aol.com, Spotify: “R.A.D.”
Hi friends! We are on a break from our regularly scheduled podcast but between now and when we start our next season, I wanted to pop in and spread some love. If you're new around the podcast, let me welcome you and let you know that I'm excited that you've joined us for our podcast party! It's in my honor to create content that equips and inspires you. I decided to go back to my roots. At my core, I’m a word nerd and Bible teacher so I'm sharing some teachings from the book of James that both Matt and I shared at The Father's House Orange County back in 2020. Yes, the year of the pandemic. You also get access to a Bible study guide for the series that will help you in your journey through the book of James, and it's absolutely FREE. Send an email podcast@inthenameoflove.org to get your PDF today. And if you enjoy the podcast, it would be amazing if you left a positive review and subscribed to the podcast so you don't miss one episode. I hope you enjoy the series and I can't wait for season five. If there was more in season four then there is a vibe in season five! Love you friends! 🖤 B RESOURCES: Email podcast@inthenameoflove.org to get your James Series Guide https://tfhoc.org/ Music by: Brad Tsushima, Instagram: @bradtsushima, email: bradtsushima94@aol.com, Spotify: “R.A.D.”
Hi friends! We are on a break from our regularly scheduled podcast but between now and when we start our next season, I wanted to pop in and spread some love. If you're new around the podcast, let me welcome you and let you know that I'm excited that you've joined us for our podcast party! It's in my honor to create content that equips and inspires you. I decided to go back to my roots. At my core, I’m a word nerd and Bible teacher so I'm sharing some teachings from the book of James that both Matt and I shared at The Father's House Orange County back in 2020. Yes, the year of the pandemic. You also get access to a Bible study guide for the series that will help you in your journey through the book of James, and it's absolutely FREE. Send an email podcast@inthenameoflove.org to get your PDF today. And if you enjoy the podcast, it would be amazing if you left a positive review and subscribed to the podcast so you don't miss one episode. I hope you enjoy the series and I can't wait for season five. If there was more in season four then there is a vibe in season five! Love you friends! 🖤 B RESOURCES: Email podcast@inthenameoflove.org to get your James Series Guide https://tfhoc.org/ Music by: Brad Tsushima, Instagram: @bradtsushima, email: bradtsushima94@aol.com, Spotify: “R.A.D.”
Hi friends! We are on a break from our regularly scheduled podcast but between now and when we start our next season, I wanted to pop in and spread some love. If you're new around the podcast, let me welcome you and let you know that I'm excited that you've joined us for our podcast party! It's in my honor to create content that equips and inspires you. I decided to go back to my roots. At my core, I’m a word nerd and Bible teacher so I'm sharing some teachings from the book of James that both Matt and I shared at The Father's House Orange County back in 2020. Yes, the year of the pandemic. You also get access to a Bible study guide for the series that will help you in your journey through the book of James, and it's absolutely FREE. Send an email podcast@inthenameoflove.org to get your PDF today. And if you enjoy the podcast, it would be amazing if you left a positive review and subscribed to the podcast so you don't miss one episode. I hope you enjoy the series and I can't wait for season five. If there was more in season four then there is a vibe in season five! Love you friends! 🖤 B RESOURCES: Email podcast@inthenameoflove.org to get your James Series Guide https://tfhoc.org/ Music by: Brad Tsushima, Instagram: @bradtsushima, email: bradtsushima94@aol.com, Spotify: “R.A.D.”
Welcome to our LAST episode of season 4! Today, thanks to the help of author, poet, and Bible teacher Jackie Hill Perry, we are going to talk about moving from basic to holy. In short, holiness is doing things that please God. It’s what you do with your time and your actions. It is living to please God—and it bears fruit! You live holy because you are motivated by your relationship with and love for your heavenly Father. Of all the goals we have for our life, the most important is to pursue holiness because it is God’s goal for our life. If we truly love God we will commit to making holiness the primary purpose of our life. I was excited to have JHP on the show. As always, I LOVE giving away some of my favorite resources to podcast listeners. When you share this podcast on social media and tag @jackiehillperry and @biancaolthoff to be entered to win one of five books from her newest book, Holier Than Thou. Friends, without you, we would not have 70 episodes. I’m honored to be your friend from afar. Let’s stay connected via social media @BiancaOlthoff or through the teachings from The Father’s House OC on YouTube. I love you, friends! 🖤 B RESOURCES: Jackie Hill Perry book: Holier Than Thou: How God's Holiness Helps Us Trust Him Holy Spirit Series - Episodes 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41 Love Is Series videos and PDF - https://www.biancaolthoff.com/love Music by: Brad Tsushima, Instagram: @bradtsushima, email: bradtsushima94@aol.com, Spotify: “R.A.D.” --- This episode is sponsored by Athletic Greens • Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. Visit athleticgreens.com/WGT --- This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp • We're Going There listeners get 10% off their first month at betterhelp.com/wgt
Loss is a common source for stress. Even in the greatest season of loss, you’ll never lose God’s presence. The key to going through the valley of the shadow of death is to turn your back to the shadow and look at the light. Trust God in your dark valleys. Keep your eyes on The Light of the world - Jesus! 🖤 B
Hello Friends! Having a peaceful life is something many of us strive for and in a world full of distractions and chaos, it can be hard to learn how to find it. In today’s episode, I’m talking with writer and mixed-media artist, Morgan Harper Nichols. Throughout our conversation, you’ll hear about how Morgan embraces her artistic nature and how her work is bringing peace to people across the globe. Morgan speaks about her journey of expressing creativity in childhood and how it’s evolved into the different types of art that she’s released. We also discuss Morgan’s diagnosis of autism in adulthood and how it empowered her to articulate how she’d been feeling for so long. My heart and my hope is that you find peace today, what is something that brings you peace? I’d love for you to share it on social media, you can tag us @BiancaOlthoff and @MorganHarperNichols. I can’t wait to see what peace looks like for you. If this podcast inspired you in some way, pass it on to a friend, because sharing is caring! Love you, 🖤 B RESOURCES: Morgan Harper Nichols book: Peace Is A Practice - https://morganharpernichols.com/peaceisapractice Love Is Series videos and PDF - https://www.biancaolthoff.com/love Music by: Brad Tsushima, Instagram: @bradtsushima, email: bradtsushima94@aol.com, Spotify: “R.A.D.” --- This episode is sponsored by Athletic Greens • Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. Visit athleticgreens.com/WGT --- This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp • We're Going There listeners get 10% off their first month at betterhelp.com/wgt
You don’t need to handle rude people. God’s got it! Don’t use up all of your energy defending yourself. God is your Defender. You are most like Jesus, when you remain silent when under attack. God won’t let you down. Trust Him to be your Defender today! 🖤 B
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Karen Rafferty

I want to listen to this podcast but the sound volume is low. I have no other problems with other podcasts. I have the volume turned all the way up and the volume boost set on as well. Would love for it to be fixed if possible. Thank you very much, Karen

Mar 16th
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Amy Stoner

when I listen to this it isn't easy. it sound like it isn't recorder over another person talking or it us recorded at a FAST pace. not sure i can keep listening to it. can't understand anything v

Mar 1st
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Grace Over Perfection

Absolutely unbelievable! I found Bianca through IF Gathering years ago and recently started her Ruth study on Right Now Media. I decided to look her up just to see if she had a Podcast because I love how REAL she is. This podcast does not disappoint! She really does "go there" with topics that Christian women need to hear but are hard to listen to. Keep bringing it, girl! ❤️

Oct 10th
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Brittney Morrow

This podcast is so real and raw and God's timing is always perfect in my life. I love the way Bianca stops the conversations sometimes and tells you how she's feeling and gives deeper insights to the topics. Just the fact alone that she had the courage and strength to write a letter to her abuser and read it out loud was just inspiring. And the fact that it was an unplanned episode but hit so home for me is just God. I am already excited for the next episode no matter what it's about!

Sep 28th
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Shelly Chivell

wow!! so good. i can totally understand this oh so well. i was molested by a family member when I was 12 years old. the only person who truly believed me was my mom and step sister because the same person was doing it to her. speed up 10 plus years later I had a memory that 2 other family members touched me badly as well but wasn't nearly as bad when I was 12. if that makes sense. thank you for sharing. I feel alot of woman are too scared to come forward because no one will believe them. been there it sucks. but i feel the more we talk about it the more justice will come to those!

Sep 25th
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Ruth-Ann Brown

Profound perspective on one's calling. Inspirational.

Sep 14th
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