Category Archives: Legacy of Faith Podcast

Episode 94: Family Book Recommendations from 2017 [Podcast]

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On this episode of the podcast, Adam is joined by Mary Carol and Turner. The kids share a couple of books they’ve enjoyed reading lately, then Adam shares his 10 favorite books of the year. We hope this encourages you to read more, and–who knows?–maybe even gives you a Christmas idea.

Links to all the books below.

The Book List (all links are affiliate links with Amazon)

Mandie and the Secret Tunnel (Lois Gladys Leppard)

Buffalo Before Breakfast (from “Magic Tree House” series; Mary Pope Osborne)

Fantastic Mr. Fox (Roald Dahl)

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (L. Frank Baum)

The Servant: A Simple Story about the True Essence of Leadership (James C. Hunter)

3 Seconds: The Power of Thinking Twice (Les Parrott)

Fight: Winning the Battles that Matter Most (Craig Groeschel)

How to Lose a Kingdom in 400 Years (Michael Whitworth)

The Meaning of Marriage: Facing the Complexities of Commitment with the Wisdom of God (Timothy Keller with Kathy Keller)

For Better or For Kids (Patrick and Ruth Schwenk)

Boys Should be Boys: 7 Secrets to Raising Healthy Sons (Dr. Meg Meeker)

Pedestrianism: When Watching People Walk was America’s Favorite Spectator Sport (Matthew Algeo)

Appetite for America: How Visionary Businessman Fred Harvey Built a Railroad Hospitality Empire that Civilized the Wild West (Stephen Fried)

The Radical and the Republican: Frederick Douglass, Abraham Lincoln, and the Triumph of Antislavery Politics (James Oakes)

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Episode 93: Our 2017 Thankful List [Podcast]

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With Thanksgiving coming next week, Adam, Leah, Mary Carol, and Turner all sit around and think about gratitude and things they are thankful for. We hope this encourages your family to do the same thing more often!

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Episode 92: A Candid Conversation about Comparison and Perfectionism [Podcast]

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Being a parent is difficult, but being a parent in the social media age leads to all sorts of insecurities about not measuring up. On the podcast this week, Adam and Leah have an unscripted and open conversation about the struggle many feel with comparing to others and the drive for being good enough.

Resource

Why I’m No Homeschool Superstar” [Read Aloud Revival]

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Episode 91: When Church is the Hardest Places to Go, and Combining Education and Fun on Family Outings [Podcast]

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On this week’s podcast, Adam and Leah share a short article about going to worship when it is the hardest thing to do, and then spend time talking about the importance of families taking educational outings together.

 

Resource

When Church is the Hardest Place to Go” (My Heart, His Words)

 

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Episode 90: No Excuses! Spiritual Outings, and More! [Podcast]

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On this week’s podcast, Adam and Leah discuss how we need to avoid excuses in following God’s commands, how we should take our family on spiritual outings, and several things going on in our lives. We hope you enjoy the program and check out the links below.

Links

There are No Excuses” (Perspectives of a Bondservant)

Training Kids to Love God’s Word” (Come Fill Your Cup)

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Episode 89: The “Profit” of Biblical Parenting, Pew Packers Resources…and More! [Podcast]

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In this week’s podcast, Adam and Leah share a fantastic quote from Gregory Tidwell about the need to focus on Biblical parenting. Then, to help families do just that, they share a free resource from the blog to help children memorize basic Bible facts, memory verses, and more.

Links below!

Resources

Quote from Gregory Tidwell on parenting [Facebook]

Pew Packers Resource homepage [A Legacy of Faith]

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Episode 88: The Importance of an Organized Bible School Program [Podcast]

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Adam and Leah are both passionate about the Bible school program of a local congregation, both for young people and adults. On this week’s program, they share some information about the importance of thinking “big picture” with the program, and some resources to help with that.

Resources

Bible Chronology Timeline [Biblehub]

The “66 Club” [Waterview church of Christ; pdf]

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Episode 87: Polishing the Pulpit Preview, “Is Satan Stealing Our Families?” and More! [Podcast]

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On this week’s podcast, Adam and Leah talk about the beginning of the homeschool year. Then, they preview Polishing the Pulpit, both in general and some of the lessons they are presenting. Finally, they discuss a great article about how things that are not sinful can begin to eat away at our families and become idols. Resources below.

Links

Polishing the Pulpit [Homepage]

Polishing the Pulpit Schedule [pdf]

Is Satan Stealing Our Families?” [Brie Gowen]

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Episode 86: A Powerful Phrase for Moms, Phases in Parenting, and More! [Podcast]

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On this week’s podcast, Adam and Leah share an article with a great phrase for mothers to connect with other mothers, a post about the phrases of parenting, a good Bible reading resource, and some fun banter.

(But no music, due to a wild internet week.)

Enjoy it all–except the music–and find the resources below.

Resources

The Most Powerful Thing You Can Say to Another Mom” (PopSugar)

There’s More to Life Than This Temporary Phase” (Your Mom Has a Blog)

Bible Reading “Time” Chart (Facebook)

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Episode 85: Technology in Worship, Modesty for Kids, Marriage Myths…and More! [Podcast]

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On this week’s program, Adam and Leah take some time to discuss three very important subjects. What about kids have tech in worship? Why modesty for kids really matters? What are some common myths our culture tells us about marriage?

The links to these articles can be found below.

Resources

Children and Technology in Church” (PreachingHelp)

He Looked Down: A Powerful Lesson on Immodesty and Respect” (A Legacy of Faith)

5 Myths Our Culture Tells Us about Marriage” (Of the Hearth)

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