Rebecca St. James is back, and not only in the studio working on fresh, modern worship music, but she also has a NEW podcast to encourage you in daily life! Through authentic sharing with friends and family- tackling subjects such as faith, parenting, relationships and more- she reminds listeners they’re not alone, and that we have wisdom for life in Jesus!
<p>Rebecca and friend Brad Stine share about the importance of laughter in the Christian life. This episode focuses on being genuine in your words, but finding the joy through the seasons. </p><br><p>Guest Brad Stine is “God’s Comic- using his craft and talents to bring glory and focus on God. He is passionate about spreading the gospel and supporting churches through his ministry. </p><br>
<p>Rebecca and long time friend John Cooper share the importance of being serious about faith in a time that desperately needs the Truth. This episode focuses on John’s story of growing a personal relationship with Jesus, his journey with music and spreading the gospel, and how to instill a deep faith in our kids. </p><br><p>Guest John Cooper is the lead vocalist, bassist, and songwriter/producer for two-time Grammy Award-Nominated Skillet. He is also fellow podcaster, creator of a beard care line, and Graphic Novelist. Find out more about his book “Awake and Alive to Truth” at <a rel="nofollow" href="https://johnlcooper.com/" target="_self">JohnLCooper.com</a></p><br>
<p>Rebecca and friend Colton share about his new journey into fatherhood and the parallels between God’s love for us as His children. This episode focuses on the joys of parenthood, insightful tips for wives to support their husbands, and encouraging fathers in their own experiences.</p><br><p>Guest Colton Dixon is a fellow musician-former American Idol contestant, and native Tennessean. Colton and his wife Annie live in Tennessee and have twins, Ava Dior and Athens Elizabeth.</p><br>
<p>Rebecca and friend Natalie share how to navigate the cancer journey- walking with people, walking through it yourself, and building faith in the midst of it. This episode focuses on how to face the challenges of a cancer diagnosis along with finding hope and strength in your family and faith. </p><br><p>Guest Natalie Grant is an eight-time Grammy nominated artist, wife and mom to 3, as well as fellow AccessMore podcast host of “Dare to Be” with Charlotte Gambol. She is also co-founder of Hope for Justice, a non profit fighting against human trafficking. </p><br><p>Find out more about Natalie at <a rel="nofollow" href="https://nataliegrant.com/" target="_self">nataliegrant.com</a></p><br>
<p>Rebecca and new friends David and Sissy, experts on the topic of parenting, give encouragement, tips and wisdom regarding raising children well. This episode focuses on practical insights, key emotional needs at various ages for boys and girls, and advice for what’s most important in parenting. </p><br><p>Guests David Thomas and Sissy Goff have over forty years of experience counseling kids and families. They’ve written sixteen books and have their own podcast called Raising Boys and Girls. Mostly, they love getting to share what they’re learning on a daily basis from their work with kids of all ages with us. You can find out more at <a rel="nofollow" href="https://www.raisingboysandgirls.com/" target="_self">https://www.raisingboysandgirls.com/</a></p><br>
<p>Rebecca and friend Matt share about making balance in life. This episode focuses on creating space for what’s most important and finding the time for those values.</p><br><p>Guest Matt Hammitt is an American singer, songwriter and author. Matt was the lead singer and songwriter for the band Sanctus Real from 1996-2016. He has been the recipient of three Dove Awards, has been nominated for two Grammy Awards for his work with Sanctus Real, and has been awarded for his chart topping songs, performed by both Sanctus Real and other musical artists. <a rel="nofollow" href="http://matthammitt.com/" target="_self">http://matthammitt.com</a></p><br>
In this special episode, the Smallbone family is hosted by Paula Faris and Rebecca St James. Together, Joel Smallbone (for KING & COUNTRY) his wife Moriah Smallbone, sister Rebecca and their parents Helen & David share powerful stories of coming to America, trusting the faithfulness of God, and seeing God miraculously provide. They share the things God has taught them about family life and how David and Helen’s faith has led to generational blessing.
Rebecca and friend Gianna share about the miracle of life. This episode focuses on finding purpose in God’s plan for our life and looking for ways to be used for His glory. <br>Guest Gianna Jessen is an abortion survivor, pro life advocate, and world wide speaker. She is God’s girl living the impossible- to hear more from Gianna visit http://giannajessen.com/
Rebecca and friend Jaci share the lessons they've learned in their lives through faith and family. This episode focuses on the importance of being grounded in God and following His guidance in life. <br><br>Guest Jaci Valesquez is a multi-platinum-selling, Grammy nominated artist, having recorded albums in English and Spanish and performing on stages around the world. From her debut at age 16, she has leaned full-throttle into her God-given gifts, racking up 16 No. 1 hits, penning three books, acting in seven films, gracing 50 magazine covers and launching a non-profit clothing line. https://www.jacivelasquez.com/
<p>Rebecca and friend Tammy share about finding deep joy in the midst of sorrow. This episode focuses on how to deal with grief, rely on God, and find joy in community. </p><br><p>Guest Tammy Trent became a familiar voice on Christian Radio in 1995 with hit songs, such as “Welcome Home”, "Run To The Cross”, “My Irreplaceable” & “Rain On Me” that have brought life and hope to her many listeners, but on September 11th, 2001 her songs ceased for a time. Tammy stepped away from the spotlight to heal after the tragic death of her husband and childhood sweetheart while on a missions trip. That day would change the world forever. That day changed Tammy forever. Find out more about Tammy and her recent releases here: <a rel="nofollow" href="https://tammytrent.com/" target="_self">https://tammytrent.com/</a></p><br><p></p><br>
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