In the final episode of the season, Karl and Jonathan bring the Redeeming Grace mini-series to a close with a look at how we can reclaim our true identity as sons and daughters of God.
Season Two: Broken Love & Redeeming Grace
Humanity seems to be falling apart—bursting at the seams like a soft toy mauled by a dog. Moments of real and true love seem to be few and far between. Our picture of love is mostly broken, except when we look at Jesus whose love can heal. In season two, we're looking at how we can navigate the brokenness, find the path to redemption, and live the abundant life that Jesus promised—one that is full to overflowing.
As a follow-on from the last episode on freedom, this conversation explores how forgiveness is closely tied to the freedom that is offered us. Karl and Jonathan also discuss how receiving forgiveness from God is an important key to living an overflowing life.
Are you struggling under the weight of sin? There’s good news. Freedom has already been paid for! Listen in to Karl’s conversation with Jonathan Leonardo as they explore the story of the Exodus and what it means for us today.
In this episode Karl chats with Jonathan Leonardo in the first of four conversations on the theme of Redeeming Grace. Jonathan shares his journey towards living an authentic and overflowing life and what he learned about vulnerability on the way.
We finish this mini-series on Broken Love with a conversation on conflict. Karl chats with Jennifer Schwirzer about why conflict isn’t always a bad thing and some tools we can use to help manage our disagreements in a healthy way.
In this third episode of our Broken Love mini-series, Karl has an insightful conversation with Jennifer Schwirzer about co-dependency. How is this a form of broken love, how can it affect the way we relate to God, and how can we find healing?
Listen in as Karl chats with Jennifer Schwirzer about the different types of trauma and how they can really impact the way we relate to others and our capacity to live an abundant life.
In this episode Karl chats with Jennifer Schwirzer about how loneliness is a form of broken love and how we can overcome that dreaded feeling.