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We know reading the Bible every day can be hard. It’s easy to feel stuck, lost, or unsure where to start. We get it. We’ve been there too. Our hope for this podcast is that it will serve as a complement to our reading plans, to encourage you on your commute to work, while you’re out for a walk, or at home making dinner. God’s Word is for you and for now. That's why our community is here and always open to you.
 
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Join us for the fourth week of the Gospel of John as Amanda welcomes author Vaneetha Risner to the podcast. Together, they read and discuss several passages of Scripture that have been transformative in Vaneetha’s own testimony. What does it look like to confess Jesus as Savior in our words and actions? Do people see the gospel in our lives through…
 
For the third week of our Gospel of John reading plan, Amanda is joined by author and speaker, Ann Voskamp. You won’t want to miss their conversation about the rich reminders that we are to be shaped by God and His word over the things of this world. Join them and be encouraged by the safety and security that comes in remembering that Jesus is our …
 
This week, Amanda and author, Bible teacher, and speaker Jeannie Cunnion discuss week 2 of the John reading plan. Each chapter prompts them to reflect on how each encounter and words from the Gospel points to Jesus as the Son of God. And each metaphor that expresses Him—from the Bread of Life to the Light of the World—communicates the good news of …
 
Kick off your new year in the Gospel of John with Raechel, Amanda, and author, pastor, and church planter, Jon Tyson. Whether engaging in conversation about prioritizing consistency in the small things or sitting in wonder of the way God has revealed Himself to us, Raechel, Amanda, and Jon never fail to point us to the fullness, joy, and hope found…
 
It’s the final week of Advent and the brink of a new year! Raechel and Amanda, along with singer-songwriter duo Beth and Matt Redman, wrap up the narratives surrounding Jesus’s first advent. They then contemplate what it means to faithfully live between the two advents. Join them as they reflect on the hope, joy, and comfort that the everlasting Li…
 
For Christmas Week, Amanda and Raechel welcome back to the podcast Nathan Tasker, Director of Music, Liturgy, and Creative Arts at Christ Presbyterian Church. As the three revisit the Christmas story, they challenge themselves to read it again with fresh eyes. Join them as they continue to discuss the theme of light in the miraculous story of God c…
 
Christmas is almost here! Raechel and Amanda welcome author, speaker, and mom, Lisa Harper to discuss week 3 of the Advent 2021 reading plan. The three talk about the challenge of maintaining slow and unhurried Advent rhythms in the midst of an oftentimes bustling Christmas season. Join them as they contemplate and celebrate Jesus, the Light of the…
 
Welcome to the second week of Advent 2021: The Everlasting Light! This week, join Raechel and Amanda as they trace the promises of light throughout several Old Testament narratives, alongside their friend, author, artist, entrepreneur, speaker, and mom to half a dozen boys, Ruth Chou Simons. Encouragement can be found at every twist and turn of thi…
 
It’s the first week of Advent! Raechel and Amanda kick off the reading plan with good friend, speaker, and New York Times bestselling author, Annie F. Downs. The three discuss the theme of light in Scripture, starting with Jesus’s declaration as the Light of the World and trace the metaphors for light through the narrative of the Bible. Join along …
 
In our last week of One Another, Amanda discusses the joys and challenges of Christian community with Bailey T. Hurley, a writer and speaker who encourages women to pursue a relationship with God so they can pursue their people in meaningful friendship. They talk about encouragement, hospitality, forgiveness, and ways we can generously offer the gi…
 
For the first week in our One Another study, Amanda talks with Alison Cook, a psychologist speaker and author who helps women live out their God-given potential. Together, they explore relationships in the body of Christ and the importance of healthy boundaries. Ultimately, we are called to live in community. And, as the Church, it’s our responsibi…
 
For the final week of our journey through the book of Acts, Amanda is joined by Mika Edmondson, an author and the pastor of CPC Koinonia in Nashville. There’s a shipwreck, a storm, soldiers, and open-hearted island people. During Paul’s “tour of trials” as Amanda calls it, we watch the Lord carry him through and provide wonders and signs that signa…
 
Happy 100th episode! For the fifth week of our Acts study, Amanda brings on Glenn Packiam, a pastor, author, professor, and practical theologian. Together, they cover everything from God’s heart for rescuing His people, to the importance of fully investing where you are, to the bright yellow of Colorado aspen trees. Listen in as we journey forward,…
 
It’s the halfway point of our Acts study! Raechel and Amanda welcome Dr. Heather Thompson Day to the podcast to talk through Acts 14–17. As they trace Paul’s footsteps through the daily readings, they observe the Church’s deep commitment to the gospel—in spite of opposition. Join them as they reflect on what it means for God’s community of believer…
 
For the third week of our Acts study, Amanda talks with John Mark Comer, a bestselling author, executive director of Practicing the Way, and apprentice of Jesus from Portland, Oregon. Together, they look at what the early Church was like, how it grew, and the Holy Spirit’s work through God’s people. We hope you walk away with a renewed gratitude fo…
 
It’s the second week of our Acts series, and Raechel and Amanda continue their conversation with author and speaker, Christine Caine. They read the stories of how the early Church grew and was strengthened by the power of the Holy Spirit, even in the midst of great persecution. Listen and be encouraged that the Holy Spirit is still acting—it is ali…
 
For the first week of our Acts series, Raechel and Amanda talk with Christine Caine, an Australian born, Greek blooded, lover of Jesus, activist, author, and international speaker. Walking us through the account of the early Church, and the coming of the Holy Spirit, they discuss what it means to bear witness to what we have seen, heard, and believ…
 
It’s already the final week in Hosea, and Raechel and Amanda sit down with writer, poet, bible teacher, and hip-hop artist, Jackie Hill Perry. While reading the second half of this minor prophet, we witness God’s relentless faithfulness to a rebellious nation and learn how His holiness is worthy of our celebration. Together, may we learn from the s…
 
For the first week of our Hosea study, Raechel and Amanda talk about God’s redeeming love with best-selling author, Francine Rivers. Together, they discuss the opening chapters of this book of minor prophecy, which tells a divine love story about a God who gives faithful love from His people. Listen along as we contemplate what it looks like to kee…
 
It’s the last week of our Deuteronomy series, and Raechel and Amanda are joined by author and teacher, Elizabeth Woodson. Together, they read through the beautiful summary of Moses’s life in these final chapters and how Jesus is the true and better Moses. Elizabeth challenges us to respond to the story of Israel—and all of Scripture—by examining ou…
 
In this week’s episode, Raechel and Amanda sit down with pastor, author, and long-time friend, Dr. George Grant, for the third week in our study of Deuteronomy. Together with our hosts, Dr. Grant explores the topic of grace, and how Christ did not come to abolish the law, but to fulfill it perfectly so that we can live a life of obedience. Listen a…
 
For the second week of our Deuteronomy study, Raechel and Amanda continue to read with author, speaker, and Bible teacher, Tasha Calvert. They discuss ancient festivals, the practice of giving, worship that reflects God’s heart for justice, and encouraging each other in the Word—and how these are all acts of obedience in response to what God has al…
 
It’s the first week of our Deuteronomy series, and our hosts are joined by author and Bible teacher, Jen Wilkin. Together, these three explore Moses’s speeches, where he reminds Israel of God's great love and how to live in response to His faithfulness as an established people. We invite you to join us in this study of the Law in expectation of how…
 
Join Amanda and Raechel for the final week of This Is the New Testament as they sit down with pastor and returning guest, David Filson. Together, they wrap up our summer study of the great narrative of Scripture by walking through the general epistles, along with Revelation. Listen along as they explore the call to holy living, our living hope, and…
 
For the fourth week of This Is the New Testament, our hosts talk with friend, author, and conference speaker, Jess Thompson. Surveying the books of 2 Timothy through James, the three discuss the joy of peach crumble, the many ways we can come alongside other women, and how our ultimate goal is not just knowing the Bible but knowing Christ through t…
 
It’s the third week of This Is the New Testament, and Raechel and Amanda are joined by Jennifer Lucy Tyler, a speaker, ministry leader, and fellow lover of God’s Word. Together, they look at five more of Paul’s epistles and explore questions like, “What does it look like for God to direct our hearts?” and “How do we endure suffering faithfully in C…
 
Raechel and Amanda are joined for the second week of This Is the New Testament by author, Bible teacher, and singer/songwriter Kim Cash Tate. As the three women discuss Paul’s letters, from Romans to Ephesians, they identify the gospel at the heart of all of the apostle’s messages. Tune in for a lively discussion of what it means for a community of…
 
Join Amanda and Raechel for the first week of This Is the New Testament, along with The Bible Recap founder and “Tour Guide of the Bible,” Tara-Leigh Cobble. Why do we have four different Gospels? What does each Gospel reveal about Jesus? How do we see God’s unified character across the Old and New Testaments? And how is the wrath of God praisewort…
 
For the last week of This Is the Old Testament, Raechel and Amanda are joined by author, teacher, and speaker Nancy Guthrie. As the three look at the last five books of the Old Testament, Nancy helps to set a framework for studying and understanding these prophetic books. From Habakkuk to Malachi, they continue to see God’s promise of salvation unf…
 
For the sixth week of This Is the Old Testament, Raechel and Amanda welcome author and editor Trillia Newbell back to the podcast to discuss the Prophetic Books of Amos through Nahum. Whether you have apprehension or affection for the Minor Prophets, these three friends remind us that the prophetic genre testifies to God’s character, displaying His…
 
Raechel and Amanda welcome five-time podcast guest, author, and teacher Kelly Minter back to the podcast for Week 5 of This Is the Old Testament. As they walk through the prophetic books of Jeremiah through Joel, they continue to identify a recurring theme—God’s relentless love for His people. Whether discussing hard truths in Ezekiel or promises o…
 
Join Raechel and Amanda for a conversation about the Old Testament with singer, songwriter, author, and teacher Ginny Owens. While discussing books of Wisdom Literature and the Prophetic book of Isaiah, the three remind one another of God’s good gifts to us, from the song book of Psalms and the hope of Isaiah, to Central Park as a blurry glimpse of…
 
Raechel and Amanda are joined by author and speaker Liz Curtis Higgs for Week 3 of This Is the Old Testament. The three enjoy a delightful time in the Word as they continue to thread the redemption story through the Old Testament from the books of 1 & 2 Kings to the book of Job. Tune in as they highlight God’s faithfulness in every account, constan…
 
Join Raechel and Amanda along with pastor and professor David Filson for the second week of This Is the Old Testament. Together, these three take a look at the historical books of Joshua, Judges, Ruth, and 1 & 2 Samuel—reminiscing on familiar stories and rejoicing in the discovery of connections between these books and the whole of Scripture. As th…
 
Join Amanda Bible Williams and She Reads Truth’s editorial director Jessica Lamb as they talk with The Bible Recap and D-Group founder, Tara-Leigh Cobble in the first episode on our thematic study of the Old Testament. As the three survey key verses from the first five books of the Bible, they establish a framework for faithfully studying Scripture…
 
On this week’s episode, Amanda wraps up our Colossians and Philemon series with Bible teacher, author, and speaker, Kristie Anyabwile. Together, they discuss Paul’s specific instructions to Philemon and the apostle’s other teachings directed towards members that made up a first-century household. Join in as Amanda and Kristie remind us that our pos…
 
For the first week of our Colossians and Philemon series, Amanda and Raechel are joined by speaker and best-selling author, Angie Smith. Join us as the three friends connect the dots between these two letters, focusing on the supremacy of Christ and how His gospel shapes the ways in which we relate to one another. This includes giving thanks for ea…
 
For the third and final week of our Kingdom of God series, we hear from Amanda and Raechel’s guest Lysa TerKeurst—an author, speaker, and Bible teacher. Together, they untangle topics like pursuing holiness and how to think biblically about the inclusive and exclusive nature of the gospel. Lysa shares her personal journey with forgiveness and how t…
 
Join Raechel and Amanda for the second week of The Kingdom of God reading plan with singer, songwriter, and author, Ellie Holcomb. As they explore the ever surprising realities of the upside down nature of the kingdom of God, they talk about everything from edible flower arrangements to seeing the beauty of the present and coming kingdom through ch…
 
Raechel and Amanda kick off The Kingdom of God series with Matt Chandler, lead pastor of The Village Church in Texas and president of the church planting network, Acts 29. As they discuss King Jesus and His reign, Matt helps us understand the already-and-not-yet nature of the kingdom and why eschatology isn’t such a scary word. Join the conversatio…
 
Join Raechel and Amanda as they study Scripture with Jess Connolly, an author, original member of the She Reads Truth community, founder of the Go + Tell Gals, and leader of Bright City Church alongside her husband. How can we live in the abundance of the gospel here and now? What does it look like to reflect on God’s judgement in our own lives? An…
 
It’s our second week in 1 Thessalonians! Raechel and Amanda read the rest of the apostle Paul’s letter with Jonathan Pitts, a pastor, author, and father of four. Having walked through his own season of grief recently, Jonathan speaks to the believer’s hope that death is not final and every loss will find its resurrection in Jesus. From Paul’s instr…
 
Join us as we dive into 1 Thessalonians as Raechel and Amanda study the book’s early chapters with speaker, author, and teacher Whitney Capps. Together they discuss Paul’s encouraging and challenging words to a young community of believers who faced opposition as they lived in anticipation of the Lord’s return. As we also wait for Jesus’s second co…
 
It’s Holy Week, when we observe Jesus’s journey to the cross and His triumphant resurrection on Easter Sunday. In our final week studying the Gospel of Mark, Raechel and Amanda continue the conversation alongside author, Nashville pastor, and friend, Scott Sauls. Together, they walk through Holy Week (which has two extra days of readings!) and talk…
 
Author, speaker, and mom Lisa Harper returns to the podcast to discuss week 2 of our Mark reading plan with Raechel and Amanda. As they follow Jesus’s journey from Galilee to Jerusalem, they share insights about His interactions with the people He encountered; how He was moved by their pain and eager to show them compassion. Join us for a conversat…
 
Join us for a running start into the book of Mark as Raechel and Amanda study the first six chapters with Lauren Chandler, an author, worship leader, pastor’s wife, and mom of three. As they read this fast-paced Gospel, they share in the amazement and wonder we can experience as we see the authority of Jesus on display. From beginning to end, this …
 
It's week four of Lent and the final week of our Joshua series! Raechel and Amanda catch up with author, Bible teacher, and returning guest Jada Edwards. Together, they read the beautiful conclusion to Joshua’s story, where we watch God fulfill His promises to the Israelites. As the three friends talk about everything from leadership and covenants …
 
It's week 3 of our Joshua series, and Raechel and Amanda sit down with Pastor Kevin Queen and his wife Rea, a long-time member of the She Reads Truth community. Together they explore the week's reading and discuss the way it challenges us to walk closely with the Lord and look for His kindness in the details of our everyday lives. In a week full of…
 
On this week’s episode, Pastor Jim Thomas joins Raechel and Amanda for Week 2 in the book of Joshua, covering stories from the sobering tale of Achan’s disobedience to the miraculous pausing of the sun. Against the backdrop of this narrative, they discuss God’s sovereignty, holiness, faithfulness and what our response to His instructions should loo…
 
Join Raechel and Amanda as they kick off the Lenten season in the book of Joshua with activist, author, and speaker, Christine Caine. Why is Joshua one of Christine’s favorite books of the Bible? How can we experience spiritual strength and courage in our everyday lives? And just how did Australians end up with the accent we all wish we had? Jump i…
 
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