The Iron Stream podcast features compelling conversations, inspiring faith journeys, biblical truth, and a whole lot of sharpening: “As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another.” — Proverbs 27:17
Have you ever felt swallowed up by doubt? In this episode, Will interviews new Iron Stream author Tina Yeager about her new book, "Beautiful Warrior", which speaks directly into those times of insecurity, and helps readers find solace and strength in their identity in Christ.
In his new book "Soul Hunger", Otis Ledbetter tries to get right to the source of the Christian relationships. Whether it's with your spouse, your coworkers, or people at your church, something is driving you. And Dr. Ledbetter has created a system to help you figure out what.
Many Americans have loved ones that need daily care, and that number continues to grow. As they devote more and more time to the person in their care, many descend into isolation and helplessness. In her new book, "The Heart of the Caregiver", Mary Tutterow gives readers advice from her own experience in caregiving, and a study guide for those finding themselves in the same situation.
For anyone who has ever struggled with anxiety, fear, and doubt, episode five of the Iron Stream Podcasts will be an invitation to breathe. Rachael Dymski, author of Anxiety Interrupted, shares her own experiences that led her to a place of deep questioning and how God so lovingly revealed, through his Word, that he was able to handle it all—and that He was the ultimate answer to all of her questions.
In episode four of the Iron Stream Media podcast we hear from author, speaker, and prayer expert, Jennifer Kennedy Dean. Addressing many misconceptions about prayer, she shares enlightening perspectives on questions we all may have had about prayer and its purpose in our lives. Jennifer reminds believers that experiencing a praying life is one of the most exciting elements of our relationship with God. Through prayer, we find relationship and freedom, and we see His hand in all of the circumstances we face.
If you are a baseball fan, you will love this conversation with Del Duduit—author of Dugout Devotions. An uplifting devotional with faith testimonies from some of MLB’s best players, Del reminds us that many of these stars struggle with the same things that we all struggle with. Who am I? How do I navigate life doing what I love but also being a good witness for Christ? Their struggles are real—on and off the field. A motivating and practical resource, Dugout Devotions is a great tool for unifying teams and families and equipping coaches and players to apply their faith through baseball.
This week’s episode of the Iron Stream Podcast features author, speaker, and foster care parent and advocate Dr. John DeGarmo. This conversation sheds light on the mission field right in all of our own backyards—foster care. Unpacking myths that surround the issues of foster care, Dr. DeGarmo compels us to think outside of the box. While we are all not called to be foster parents, we are all called to do something in service to this often underserved community. Whether it be through fostering, unconditional love and support for foster families, meals, school supplies, or prayer—it is clear that foster care is today’s next great mission field for the church and people of faith.
In the inaugural episode of the Iron Steam podcast, hosts John and Will dive in to the deep end of the emotional and spiritual pool with Randy Hemphill—author of The Restored Man. Sharing personal brokenness and hope in the process of restoration for men’s hearts, Randy engages and inspires men to take a deeper look at relationships, marriage, and the freedom that comes from allowing God to be the only One who defines and fills us in order to love others well. Filled with interesting car restoration metaphors and an epic trek up Mt. Kilimanjaro, men will relate to the process that is needed to break down some of our broken parts in order to be continually restored back to God’s image.