Michael, Darlene, and Nathaniel invite you to their kitchen table this week where they examine the difference between Klik and Spam. The dogs are up for a taste challenge, but which one will they choose? Or, will they opt out completely?
Darlene gets personal with the readers as she opens up about issues she’s never discussed with her readers before. She talks about her struggle with mental health and how it’s affected her life.
Michael, Darlene, and Nathaniel invite you to their kitchen table this week where they raise the questions, should you believe everything that you hear? Do we have the right to question things we don’t believe? Are we offending those that we question, and if so where do we draw the line?
Digging into the Word, they look at The Sermon on the Mount, where Jesus outlines what it means to be a true believer. The first thing He mentions are the poor in Spirit, pointing out that we should have a deep reverence for the Word of God. He goes on to repentance, and then to humility saying that God opposes the proud and gives grace to the humble. Through His words, we discover a progression of Christian maturity and growth.
Finally, they talk about miracles and the often asked question of whether or not we still experience them in this present age.
Michael, Darlene, and Nathaniel invite you to their kitchen table this week as they chat about Trivial Pursuit and some of the useless facts they love dearly. They talk about the serious nightmare that plagues every kid’s childhood, a good old-fashioned game of Monopoly. More specifically, losing that game of Monopoly.
Moving on to deeper topics, they chat about things they have read in the Word this past week. They take a look at the helmet of Salvation, which is referred to by Paul as “the hope of salvation.“ They refer to the miraculous fact that we serve a living God who not only died for our sins but also rose from the dead. Looking at the transfiguration on the mount we see how it illustrates our hope of salvation. And finally, they warmly remind listeners that we are passing through this world on route to our everlasting home up in heaven.
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Michael, Darlene, and Nathaniel invite you to their kitchen table this week as they look back on a bit of a fact check. Moving on, they warmly remind the world that Darlene is short and a little chubby (yeah, thanks for that friendly reminder).
Diving into a deeper discussion they look at the modern-day celebration of holidays. At the end of the day, we might not agree on all points, but we definitely have some new food for thought.
Michael, Darlene, and Nathaniel invite you to their kitchen table this week as they chat about Bibles, books, Barbies, and more.
Looking at the armor of God found in Ephesians Chapter Six, they chat about the shield of faith and the fiery arrows of the devil. They discuss the reason Paul says, “Above all this, take up your shield of faith.” And they take a closer look at the word “shield” in that context to see how it’s slightly different from your average piece of armor.
Michael, Darlene, and Nathaniel invite you to their kitchen table this week as they chat about the evolution of hair, play, and communication. In other words, they're talking about Morgan Fairchild, fire hockey, and prank phone calls.
Looking at the world today, they discuss the upheaval and changes, and how it all comes with increasing challenges. They gently remind us that we can look at adversity in either one of two ways. We can either perceive it as destroying our lives or appreciate how much we’re growing from it and how much we are changing because of it. Offering hope from a Christian perspective they remind us of the importance of inner strength and reliance on God.
Michael, Darlene, and Nathaniel invite you to their virtual kitchen table this week as they discuss the question, “Is swearing a natural part of growing up?” Darlene shares the importance of getting involved in your children’s lives. Michael points out how actions speak louder than words, and the effect our behavior can have on our children. They remind readers that the time we invest in our children will not return void. Finally, Darlene gets personal with the listeners by sharing the details of a trial she’s going through and the effect that Covid 19 has had on their lives.
Michael, Darlene, and Nathaniel invite you to their kitchen table this week as they chat about God’s direction in their lives.
As Michael and Nathaniel discuss their love for music, and Darlene her journey to publishing they see how God has led them throughout the years fine-tuning their skills along the way. It’s interesting to stand back and see how all the paths led to this place of ministry they are in today, and how He’s leading them further still. The struggles and trials we experience along the way, lead us to a higher level of growth.
Michael, Darlene, and Nathaniel invite you to their kitchen table this week as they chat about making every day a dream day, the blessings they’ve discovered in quarantine, and the beauty of long summer nights.
Darlene offers encouragement during difficult times by reminding listeners that there’s purpose to our pain. She points us of the story of Esther and how her cousin Mordecai wisely asked her, “And who knows but that you have come to your royal position for such a time as this?”
And so, we see that regardless of where we are, God can use us, and in fact may have brought us to this place to fulfill a purpose through us.
Michael, Darlene, and Nathaniel invite you to their kitchen table this week as they chat about the places they’ve been, the coffee they love, and the movies they like.
Darlene offers some encouragement to parents of young children, Nathaniel reminds us what date night is really all about and Michael gives insight into the true meaning of love and the power it has to change lives.
Welcome to the Time-Warp Wife Podcast. In our first-ever episode, Darlene Schacht sits down with her co-hosts, husband Michael Schacht and son Nathaniel for some light-hearted conversation.
Find out what Darlene's strange--yet favorite--genre of music is, names to call your next dog (don't take Michael's advice on this), and how Nathaniel became a professional car dancer.