Why does striving to sin less always lead to hiding? Why does hiding lead us to sin more? We make the connection and discuss why striving harder never works when it comes to sin.
Grace allows us to interact with others in their knows sin issues in a profoundly different way.
Today's podcast starts the discussion as we continue through our 52 statements of grace.
This week we discuss how knowing another person's sin issues is not the same as having the permission to speak into it.
When I believe that I am in charge of controlling your sin I will only end up breaking your spirit.
This week is all about encouraging things we are watching happen as people are freed into this good good news.
In today's podcast we discuss how LOVE is the solvent for our masks.
This week we talk about a definition for sin-management and then discuss what the flip side looks like.
Trying to manage our sin will not lead us to less sinful behavior.
This week we talk about how only God can handle our sin. We talk about the thought, "for grace people,you sure do talk a lot about sin." That is because grace actually has the solution to sin, not just the condemnation of it.
God and only God can handle sin. We get this so well at salvation. Where do we lose this along the way?
We can never resolve our sin by working on it. This counterintuitive statement will help us better understand how God deals with sin.
This week we continue to talk about how God is not interested in changing the Christian because he already has. So what is the difference?
This week we are talking about how God is not interested in changing us, because He already has.
When we live in performance obsessed cultures we will never heal from the wounds that such a culture inflicts.
So many of us can say the right things, while living the wrong life. How does grace give us hope
to live the freedom of life in Jesus? Join us on today's Truefaced podcast.
The more influence we gain, the more temptation there is to hide for fear of losing our position. What are the implications and where is the hope.
In today's podcast we will discuss how, the degree to which I wear a mask in my key relationships is the degree to which my character development will be stunted.
Today we are talking about, "How we view ourselves is the greatest commentary on our theology."
This week we talk about maturity and the healing gifts of grace.
Influence is tied to maturity. We can not profoundly positively influence others without it...
This wee on the Truefaced podcast we share about some of our favorite traditions and how they bless us as a family. You are going to want to hear about John's Gnome night.
This week we are talking about how necessary it is to take a risk in finding someone to live in grace with.
This week we finish Chapter 7 of The Cure and talk about how our destiny and thankfulness live together.
This week John and David talk destiny, while commenting on where Bill and Bruce might be this week.
As we continue to talk about Chapter 7 Two Destinies, we evaluate how many say it is healthy to bisect your relationships from your mission.
We start Chapter 7 Two Destinies today as we also manage to fit in 50's music and a number of assorted topics that came to mind.
Bill is away and we take this opportunity to talk about what a good friend Bill has been to the three of us. Chapter 6 of The Cure is all about friendship. Enjoy.
As we finish up chapter 6, we talk about some of the conversations and questions we have been having about the seemingly impossible task of trusting others.
Today's podcast continues in Chapter 6 of The Cure Two Friends.
You are going to love the truths that jumped out today.
On this weeks podcast we talk to longtime friends and contributors to Truefaced's biblical foundation Bill and Sue Tell. We have a fantastic time talking about Worth.
This weeks podcast continues in Chapter 6 of The Cure Two Friends.
We discuss the beauty that comes when we give others permission to love us.
Chapter Six of The Cure takes us into Two Friends. Jesus said, "I no longer call you servant. Instead, I call you friend. What are the implications of that statement for our lives?
Forgive as Christ forgave? How is this possible?
Today we talk about the "Taking Off the Filter" portion of The Cure Guide which leads groups
through the process of reading the Bible without a cloud of moralism or sin management.
This week the guys are talking about what we do for those who have found their way out of the room of good intentions but got stranded and stuck on their way back to the crossroads.
The guys are discussing the crossroads of pleasing and trusting, while adding some new flavor to the inner dialogue we face at that juncture.
Bill, Bruce, and John finish the TF12 descriptors as they talk destiny. Stay tuned for more to come.
Bill, Bruce, and John are one podcast away form completing the entire TF12. Join us halfway through our discussion on destiny.
This week we dive into TF11 and enjoy kicking things off on our new website
This week we continue with Truefaced Principle 10.
Good works, trust, authenticity — can all be done without dependence on the source. So what does is mean to actually tap in?
You can’t love me if I don’t trust you, no matter how much love you have for me or try and show me.
This week Bruce is joined by Lisa, Shannon, and David from the Truefaced staff as we
discuss principles that have personally impacted us.
This week we start TF 7 and begin the conversation about how we resolve the consequences of sin that we do to one another.
This week we finish the descriptor that we have been discussing with thoughts on shame.
Bill gives us some early Phoenix history about Rodeo Day before we dive in to the good stuff.
This week the guys conclude their discussion on what we do when we are faced with one of the many things we cannot handle alone.
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