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Daily Grace

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The Daily Grace Co.

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Daily Grace exists to encourage and equip women to seek God in His Word. Our goal is for women to know that deep Bible study, sound doctrine, and rich theology are not just for the seminary student or pastor, but are accessible and transformational for all believers. We want to invite women to join us in our conversation about our great God, and be encouraged to seek a deeper knowledge of God that leads them to live their lives for God glory as they grow in love and awe in response to who He is.Daily Grace is a weekly podcast brought to you by The Daily Grace Co. and hosted by Joanna Kimbrel and Stefanie Boyles.

Latest Episodes

Walking with Others Through Suffering and Grief

Someone you know is grieving or suffering. This is true for all of us. And the thing is, we want to be people who love and encourage others well in all seasons of life, even the hard ones. But we wonder: “What if we say the wrong thing? What if we make them even sadder? What if it’s really awkward? Could we really offer any sort of comfort?” In this episode, we get really practical about things we can say and things we can do when we’re walking with others through their grief and suffering.

50 MIN5 d ago
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Walking with Others Through Suffering and Grief

Choosing Words Wisely with Children with Abbey Wedgeworth

Words are important. We use words to engage with others, so we want to be mindful of the power of words and their tremendous effects. Abbey Wedgeworth joins us today and guides us through this discussion. She offers wisdom, biblical truth, and a lot of practical advice on how we can wisely choose our words when we’re specifically speaking to children. This conversation is not just for parents! Many of us interact with kids in ministry, in our own extended families, or in our neighborhoods.

50 MIN1 w ago
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Choosing Words Wisely with Children with Abbey Wedgeworth

What Does It Mean to “Abide”?

Abide. We use it as our “word of the year”. We see it on coffee mugs, necklaces and baseball caps. But what does abiding really mean? How do we abide? What does it look like to abide in the Lord in this day and age? We are joined by Kristin Schmucker, and she helps us see how abiding is simply being a disciple. It’s not about trying harder out of our own strength, but trusting in the person and work of Christ. It’s an overflow of our position in Christ as His beloved. It’s a means to true rest.

43 MIN2 w ago
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What Does It Mean to “Abide”?

When Comparison is a Good Thing

Does comparison always lead to envy and competition? Is it really “the thief of joy”? Scripture offers us a different form of comparison: imitation. We are called to imitate those who imitate Christ. This is a positive form of comparison that helps us in our pursuit of godliness. It isn’t about getting validation. It is acknowledging our weaknesses, identifying believers who are strong in those areas, and learning from them in order to grow in Christlikeness. The goal is more of Christ and His glory.

45 MIN3 w ago
Comments
When Comparison is a Good Thing

Teach Me to Pray

We know we should pray. We want a thriving prayer life. But where do we start? What do we say? Our prayer lives feel rote and dry! We wish someone would teach us to pray. Good news! Jesus gave us the model to experience an enriching prayer life in Scripture! The Lord’s prayer has 6 petitions (3 God-centered petitions followed by 3 need-centered petitions), and these can serve as a framework for our prayers. Prayer is an important spiritual discipline to intimately commune with God!

46 MINJUN 9
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Teach Me to Pray

How Can We Respond to Racial Injustice?

All people, including the color of their skin, are made in the image of God and are therefore precious and valuable. We mourn the fact that for so long black image bearers have not been treated as equally valuable. We confess that our understanding is limited, but we believe that Christians are compelled by the gospel to seek justice. We repent of our own implicit biases and prejudices, and we strive to address them in our hearts and homes, and to take action to correct injustice and oppression.

32 MINJUN 4
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How Can We Respond to Racial Injustice?

Learning from Our Differences with Kristie Anyabwile

Our world is diverse. Even within the body of Christ, people come from different cultures, are shaped by different experiences, and have different preferences and passions. While differences can be good, they can also create tension that can give way to conflict/division. Kristie Anyabwile joins us today and offers us practical advice as to how we can embrace our differences, navigate the tension that can arise, and actually learn from those in the body who are different from us.

51 MINJUN 2
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Learning from Our Differences with Kristie Anyabwile

Joy in the Mundane

Do you live for the weekend? Or the next vacation? For most of us, our days are ordinary and filled with monotonous, everyday things. We can feel weary, unfulfilled, overwhelmed, or stressed because of the mundane things that fill up our days. We are tempted to go into auto-pilot. But how does the gospel inform the way we approach the mundane things of life like paying the bills, doing homework, cleaning the house, and changing diapers? We believe that in Christ, we can experience fullness of joy.

52 MINMAY 26
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Joy in the Mundane

Walking Through Seasons of Spiritual Dryness

God’s presence feels withdrawn. We aren't delighting in His Word like we once did. Passion for the things of God is at a low. We’re experiencing a spiritual drought! Is it an indicator of a lack of faith, or is it something all believers go through at some point on their faith journeys? Spiritual dryness is different from spiritual deadness, and we discuss some reasons why we may go through these times and how we can faithfully walk through them!

51 MINMAY 19
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Walking Through Seasons of Spiritual Dryness

How Can We Overcome Burnout?

“I’m already in a state of burnout! Help!” In Ep. 67, we discussed preventative measures to avoid burnout. However, what if we’re already there? What practical steps can we take to overcome this state of chronic stress? First, we have to start with confession. Then, we can consider our commitments and put up safe guards. We have to respect God’s good limits for us! We also need to yield to our physical needs--diet, exercise, and sleep are things we need to consider! There is a better way to live!

18 MINMAY 13
Comments
How Can We Overcome Burnout?

Latest Episodes

Walking with Others Through Suffering and Grief

Someone you know is grieving or suffering. This is true for all of us. And the thing is, we want to be people who love and encourage others well in all seasons of life, even the hard ones. But we wonder: “What if we say the wrong thing? What if we make them even sadder? What if it’s really awkward? Could we really offer any sort of comfort?” In this episode, we get really practical about things we can say and things we can do when we’re walking with others through their grief and suffering.

50 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Walking with Others Through Suffering and Grief

Choosing Words Wisely with Children with Abbey Wedgeworth

Words are important. We use words to engage with others, so we want to be mindful of the power of words and their tremendous effects. Abbey Wedgeworth joins us today and guides us through this discussion. She offers wisdom, biblical truth, and a lot of practical advice on how we can wisely choose our words when we’re specifically speaking to children. This conversation is not just for parents! Many of us interact with kids in ministry, in our own extended families, or in our neighborhoods.

50 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Choosing Words Wisely with Children with Abbey Wedgeworth

What Does It Mean to “Abide”?

Abide. We use it as our “word of the year”. We see it on coffee mugs, necklaces and baseball caps. But what does abiding really mean? How do we abide? What does it look like to abide in the Lord in this day and age? We are joined by Kristin Schmucker, and she helps us see how abiding is simply being a disciple. It’s not about trying harder out of our own strength, but trusting in the person and work of Christ. It’s an overflow of our position in Christ as His beloved. It’s a means to true rest.

43 MIN2 w ago
Comments
What Does It Mean to “Abide”?

When Comparison is a Good Thing

Does comparison always lead to envy and competition? Is it really “the thief of joy”? Scripture offers us a different form of comparison: imitation. We are called to imitate those who imitate Christ. This is a positive form of comparison that helps us in our pursuit of godliness. It isn’t about getting validation. It is acknowledging our weaknesses, identifying believers who are strong in those areas, and learning from them in order to grow in Christlikeness. The goal is more of Christ and His glory.

45 MIN3 w ago
Comments
When Comparison is a Good Thing

Teach Me to Pray

We know we should pray. We want a thriving prayer life. But where do we start? What do we say? Our prayer lives feel rote and dry! We wish someone would teach us to pray. Good news! Jesus gave us the model to experience an enriching prayer life in Scripture! The Lord’s prayer has 6 petitions (3 God-centered petitions followed by 3 need-centered petitions), and these can serve as a framework for our prayers. Prayer is an important spiritual discipline to intimately commune with God!

46 MINJUN 9
Comments
Teach Me to Pray

How Can We Respond to Racial Injustice?

All people, including the color of their skin, are made in the image of God and are therefore precious and valuable. We mourn the fact that for so long black image bearers have not been treated as equally valuable. We confess that our understanding is limited, but we believe that Christians are compelled by the gospel to seek justice. We repent of our own implicit biases and prejudices, and we strive to address them in our hearts and homes, and to take action to correct injustice and oppression.

32 MINJUN 4
Comments
How Can We Respond to Racial Injustice?

Learning from Our Differences with Kristie Anyabwile

Our world is diverse. Even within the body of Christ, people come from different cultures, are shaped by different experiences, and have different preferences and passions. While differences can be good, they can also create tension that can give way to conflict/division. Kristie Anyabwile joins us today and offers us practical advice as to how we can embrace our differences, navigate the tension that can arise, and actually learn from those in the body who are different from us.

51 MINJUN 2
Comments
Learning from Our Differences with Kristie Anyabwile

Joy in the Mundane

Do you live for the weekend? Or the next vacation? For most of us, our days are ordinary and filled with monotonous, everyday things. We can feel weary, unfulfilled, overwhelmed, or stressed because of the mundane things that fill up our days. We are tempted to go into auto-pilot. But how does the gospel inform the way we approach the mundane things of life like paying the bills, doing homework, cleaning the house, and changing diapers? We believe that in Christ, we can experience fullness of joy.

52 MINMAY 26
Comments
Joy in the Mundane

Walking Through Seasons of Spiritual Dryness

God’s presence feels withdrawn. We aren't delighting in His Word like we once did. Passion for the things of God is at a low. We’re experiencing a spiritual drought! Is it an indicator of a lack of faith, or is it something all believers go through at some point on their faith journeys? Spiritual dryness is different from spiritual deadness, and we discuss some reasons why we may go through these times and how we can faithfully walk through them!

51 MINMAY 19
Comments
Walking Through Seasons of Spiritual Dryness

How Can We Overcome Burnout?

“I’m already in a state of burnout! Help!” In Ep. 67, we discussed preventative measures to avoid burnout. However, what if we’re already there? What practical steps can we take to overcome this state of chronic stress? First, we have to start with confession. Then, we can consider our commitments and put up safe guards. We have to respect God’s good limits for us! We also need to yield to our physical needs--diet, exercise, and sleep are things we need to consider! There is a better way to live!

18 MINMAY 13
Comments
How Can We Overcome Burnout?

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