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"allie beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

04:41 min | Last month

"allie beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"But don't feel like you're stuck if you're not really stuck so that's my recommendation. Pregnancy and birth. There are things that i would have done differently. I probably would have exercised more and Eat more salads. Although i did a much better job second time than the first time you know. They're variety of things like like that but my recommendation is to find a good support team and to be as educated as possible and to understand that god has you in his hands and that At the end of the day as much as birth does matter as much as the experience matters. You will you holding that baby in your arms will be ultimately ultimately what matters most all right and then just some other little tips that i have for what i've experienced so far in my two years of having babies earth side is do not wait for your child to go to preschool or to mother's day out or certainly kindergarten to teach them what. I'm amazed by how much i've been able to teach my oldest two years old bites. We started learning the alphabet and learning numbers learning shapes and learning all kinds of memorization before she was one years old and because of that like she has a large vocabulary and she has a great understanding of things That i would say probably most two year olds don't because we have been very very diligent her whole life and teaching her things and that's not just because she's brilliant. Although of course. I think she is. It's actually i think because kids are sponges and we think that they can't learn things that they actually can. And so. I have resources on my website. By the way i will link in the description to this podcast. Allie beth stuck dot com. I've got like a list of resources. The i recommend for kids not just teaching them the alphabet and things like that but also categorizing your kids. So that's like you ask a question. They answer with some sort of scriptural response For example like the first the first one of our kids catechism is who made you. Answer is god. God made me. And i think that's like as far as we've gotten so far but it's just a great way to kind of build that foundation singing songs to them helps them learn. And just don't assume that your baby and your toddler can't learn their learning all of the time and so i've just found that repetition and challenging them with things that maybe they can't quite understand yet but can go back and think about on their own has been really helpful and i'm just constantly impressed with what she is able to pick up in so you don't have to be some you know mathematician or wordsmith to teach your toddler things about the bible or you know just basic things that they need to know. I would say if you can set them up as well as they can before they go to school And then also kind of piggybacking on that disciple disciple them share the gospel with them in a way that's age appropriate As much as you as much as you possibly can..

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"allie beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

03:34 min | 2 months ago

"allie beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

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"allie beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

03:10 min | 2 months ago

"allie beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"You've got to <Speech_Female> be willing to <Speech_Female> represent your views <Speech_Female> with boldness <Speech_Female> in kindness without <Speech_Female> embarrassment or shame <Speech_Female> when <Speech_Female> people say that you can't <Speech_Female> bring religion <Speech_Female> into this you get <Speech_Female> bring religion <Speech_Female> into politics. <Speech_Female> What they mean is <Speech_Female> your religion. <Speech_Female> Progressivism <Speech_Female> has its own religious <Speech_Female> dogmas <Speech_Female> and it just doesn't <Speech_Female> want to tolerate yours <Speech_Female> but that's <Speech_Female> too bad. 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"allie beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

02:14 min | 4 months ago

"allie beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"Dr miller. Thank you so much for joining me again. You are such a voice of encouragement for me. As i listen to you on a daily basis in trying to make sense of really what can only be described as confusion and chaos. That something that you describe it as often as well whether it's coming to gender identity and the sexual and moral revolution that you talk about so much you're just the intricacies of policy in court decision so first of all. Thank you for that. Can you give a little bit of first briefing. Courage meant to christians who really just want to bury their head in the sand and to not look at. What's going on culturally and politically and just pretend like none of it's happening because we don't know what to do about it. Do you think it's important for us to kind of keep abreast on what's going on and why looks great to be with you. Allie beth and yes. I do want to offer that word of encouragement to christians not to stick our heads in the sand and try to ignore or be oblivious to what's going on because it's not just that we we have to be faithful to christ in the midst of our times we. We have to understand what we're up against there but it's even more importantly out of love for christ's church for fellow believers for our own children and grandchildren need to be thinking through these issues even ahead of the culture in order to be faithful when the culture throws the the next the next weapon at us and frankly they're coming fast and furiously and just love her own children and grandchildren and the determination that they grow up and be faithful to christ. It requires that we be very aware of the things going on around us. i understand. It's daunting and painful. And it's complicated. But the church of the lord. Jesus christ has all the resources we need to confront these issues with faith and without fear. That doesn't mean that that we don't understand what we're up against but we respond with faith and without fear. So that's a good word of encouragement knowing the truth is a good biblical. Principle and denying reality is never faithfulness.

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Speaking  & Living  the Truth in Love With Dr. Albert Mohler

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

02:14 min | 4 months ago

Speaking & Living the Truth in Love With Dr. Albert Mohler

"Dr miller. Thank you so much for joining me again. You are such a voice of encouragement for me. As i listen to you on a daily basis in trying to make sense of really what can only be described as confusion and chaos. That something that you describe it as often as well whether it's coming to gender identity and the sexual and moral revolution that you talk about so much you're just the intricacies of policy in court decision so first of all. Thank you for that. Can you give a little bit of first briefing. Courage meant to christians who really just want to bury their head in the sand and to not look at. What's going on culturally and politically and just pretend like none of it's happening because we don't know what to do about it. Do you think it's important for us to kind of keep abreast on what's going on and why looks great to be with you. Allie beth and yes. I do want to offer that word of encouragement to christians not to stick our heads in the sand and try to ignore or be oblivious to what's going on because it's not just that we we have to be faithful to christ in the midst of our times we. We have to understand what we're up against there but it's even more importantly out of love for christ's church for fellow believers for our own children and grandchildren need to be thinking through these issues even ahead of the culture in order to be faithful when the culture throws the the next the next weapon at us and frankly they're coming fast and furiously and just love her own children and grandchildren and the determination that they grow up and be faithful to christ. It requires that we be very aware of the things going on around us. i understand. It's daunting and painful. And it's complicated. But the church of the lord. Jesus christ has all the resources we need to confront these issues with faith and without fear. That doesn't mean that that we don't understand what we're up against but we respond with faith and without fear. So that's a good word of encouragement knowing the truth is a good biblical. Principle and denying reality is never faithfulness.

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Should Christians Support the Death Penalty?

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

02:05 min | 4 months ago

Should Christians Support the Death Penalty?

"Hey guys welcome to relatable. Today we are finally going to talk about the death penalty. I've been wanting to talk about this since january. Well i haven't been wanting shocked because it's a very sad subject to me. I don't like thinking about it. I don't like talking about it. But it is a very contentious at the moral and theological issue. That i think is important for us to be able to confront biblically and be able to talk about not just in the secular political sense by also with fellow believers with whom we disagree. This conversation was brewing. Back in january. Pretty heavily specially in christian circles due to the executions of several black americans that some people claimed were innocent or just claimed should not be executed. The trump administration actually reinstated the federal death penalty after several years of it. Not not being instated. There's been a lot of it. We've had talked about since december. So i just haven't been able to sit down in organize all the research that's required for it and even today we're not going to be able to get into every single argument for and against the death penalty. I really want to focus on whether or not there is a biblical backing for it or whether it is categorically biblically and morally wrong. This is a subject that i have been doing a lot of reading on a lot of research in fact when people were talking about it the most online. I didn't really talk about it that much. I was doing a lot of research. Because i knew what i thought that i believed but i hadn't really done a whole lot of reading into it in so like my husband can tell you i was up probably until like two or three a m one of the nights that all these conversations were going on online just reading this ethics book this christian ethics book That i have trying to understand all the different

"allie beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

04:42 min | 6 months ago

"allie beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"In the election in november one less important in two thousand five four democrat president. Jimmy carter joined with james baker order. Republican secretary of state and they'd together issued a report on voter fraud and what they found. Was that malin malice. Heading much higher degree of voter fraud this year. We had sixty five million ballots cast nationwide by mail which was a massive increase of more than doubling emily of previous levels of mail in ballots. And this is part of the reason why we had so many concerns so many late nights trying to figure out. The results are election or a modern democracy on the republic. We should not be waiting to figure out who wanted an election because we have no idea. Can't trust our election and republicans are rightly concerned about this. Of course we want the outcomes that we want. But i think more than anything people just want a transparent process that they can trust and of course we understand. All processes are fallible. Because they're made up of fallible human beings that can be prone to mistakes and unfortunately you know could commit some kind of fraud but for the most part we want to trust the integrity of our institutions. That our vote is going to count the way that it's going to count so i know you already mentioned a few reforms that you're pushing for. Can you give any encouragement to conservatives republicans that are already worried about the mid terms. They're already worried about twenty twenty four and they're wondering does it. Does it even matter. Like should i even vote. Should even care about this stuff. If basically we live in a country where the process is completely muddled. Good news is where you have states with governors legislatures. You believe in the rule of law. Believe what we believe. In good things are happening. Florida texas other states where we had actual sensible elections We were able to know a good results elections pretty quickly. We were able to have pretty strong faith in those elections. Now let me be clear. There's still work to be done. Let's make sure that we improve our voter rolls such know. Who's on them. Let's make sure as i'm going to do by introducing legislation soon to require the department of homeland security to work with states to ensure that we only have american citizens on voter rolls. We're gonna keep working to do that. Go work your state legislatures. If you're listening to this go down. Your state capitals. Made sure that this year this year they pass the kind of reforms that we need to pass to make sure we believe our system..

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What Is Love? God Is

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

03:54 min | 7 months ago

What Is Love? God Is

"Let's talk about love. This might be the most bastardized word in english language. The most misused the most misunderstood the most misapplied manipulated word that we have whether it's abusing lost in love or jealousy in love or tolerance in love. We confuse it and get it wrong a lot. And it's not just the secular world. It gets it wrong. We christians get it wrong. The church can sometimes get it wrong. We can idolize certain types of love and it's really important that we get this right. What love really is particularly as christians because we are constantly told by non christians that what we believe is not actually loving that it is not loving to believe in john fourteen six for example that she is the way the truth the life and that no one comes to the father except through him. We are told that it's not loving to believe in romans. Three twenty three for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of god. That it's hateful colson. What god called. Sin to call truth what god calls truth to share the gospel to do mission work to be a christian in any way that his counter cultural year told often today lease is hateful. The only type of christianity that is acceptable to much of the world. Today is the one that looks downs so much like the world that own indistinguishable so we have the same views on abortion as everyone else on marriage on sexuality on gender on morality on politics on media and entertainment on truth as longest christians look and sound just like everyone else are considered acceptable in lami. But anything any doctor any practice that just outside of what secularism approves of many considered to be hateful and wrong. I'd not everyone who doesn't share our faith of course believes this way By the way but increasingly it seems many do. Our responsibility is not to be considered lobbying by the world but rather to conform ourselves. To god's definition of love his definitions. I should say of love. Upper sean poor eight says god is love their people in an outside of the church that is their. This is their favorite verse. Almost everyone knows this verse. first john. four eight god is love. God's very essence is love everything he does is therefore love. Everything he says is love every decree every law every action. Every non action is defined by motivated by characterized by love. Love is everything that god is in everything. Love truly is can be found in god that means if we get wrong. What love actually. Is we get wrong. Who got actually is and we get wrong. Who got is we get wrong. What love to know. God is to know true love in those who don't know god can have glimpses of forms of love because it's a gift of what we call common grace. He's given to someone who is not a christian for example of course can love their friends while loves their family. Love their spouse their kids their country. We are made in the image of god which means that we are all made with the capacity to love passionately. Selflessly even the triune. God is in constant communion father son holy spirit all embody log self sufficient in their love and we made in the image of the triune god also long for this kind of eternal love in fellowship. We were not made to be an isolation we were made for love to receive and to give love

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Snapchat will terminate Trump's account on Jan. 20

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

02:06 min | 8 months ago

Snapchat will terminate Trump's account on Jan. 20

"You don't know what's been going on over the past week hopefully listen to the other episodes this week we've talked about you. Know the story in the capital and all the craziness and all of the illegality the criminality that went on last week and kind of how we've been wrestling through that there has been a backlash not just in your reaction of people not just a political backlash but there's also been a big tech backlash so after all of this happened. Trump's personal twitter account got suspended twitter deleted tweets written by trump from the account so the police account is used by every president it so they didn't take down the police account but he can't access it anymore in all of the tweets that he did send from that official police account president of the united states. If you didn't know were taken down. Facebook permanently banned trump so ready twitch shop fai twitter. Google youtube facebook instagram snapchat. I know it would be hilarious. If snapchat didn't ban donald trump and that was how he was communicating with the american people and used all the filters and all that great stuff that would have been really twenty twenty one. But that's how it happened. He was also banned from tiktok. That would have also been a hilarious way for the president to continue to communicate with the american people if he was like doing the dances and popping up and trying to send his messages through tiktok dances again. Unfortunately we do not. We don't get to enjoy that. Dan from apple banned from discord pinterest stripe amazon cloud hosting now. You would think the everyone on the left is applauding. This and a lot of people on the left are applauding. This even the so-called champion of free speech in the media class or applauding. This saying that this is a great and wonderful thing. Even some people on the right. You're saying this is a good thing now. The aclu actually came out against banning trump from twitter. Which is surprising because the aclu has been on the liberal side of most issues for the past at least thirty years

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"allie beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

03:45 min | 9 months ago

"allie beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"I mean there's just the whole snowflake thing and i think about my father in law who worked to get an worked on his engineering degree while he had three children and worked full time to pay for them. But now we don't want to do that's too much at once. I can't do that right so we just don't have a vision for how people can work harder in differently. And of course it's against the law for me to hire a fifteen year old to runs a school. Yeah even that was very very common. One hundred years ago right there has been a push against public school. I'm not sure if you saw the article that came out by a harvard. Professor named elizabeth bartha latte quite a few months ago and it didn't come out of a vacuum. It had been talked about and has been talked about for a long time. And we're seeing this actually around the world push against homeschool because if the idea that parents shouldn't have that kind of quote authoritarian control over their kids they shouldn't be able to dr name them and You know kids really need to understand public values in things like that. Have you felt and your own experience with homeschool the political the political opposition to parents educating their their children. Well that's been the case. We started in the early eighties right. It's come and gone. There's been different things that we've had to battle that were battling now. But that's always you know been around. I the first misconception. I think that they have is that they should have. Their parents worldview well. I'm pretty sure that our children should have our view. There are children and they've been given to us to educate and to explain. Hopefully pass on our christian faith in our values. children are going to have some buddies values right. So why should somebody else define. Who's going to be. Why would the parent not be the one that you would come to first. And then we none of us live in a bubble we all live neighborhoods and we go to church and we go to the grocery store while we used to but is people who are can see what's going on right. That's really really rare. were get. There's extreme cases where thirteen kids are locked in the basement. That doesn't happen among homeschooling families often but it happens at a higher percentage with public school families and then you look at the The abuse of their mind if they're not taught well nobody ever talks about that. You know when you're going to school if you come out of there unable to read write and do basic arithmetic. Why are you not suing the school. Right right exactly. So there's always an authority and we have to decide who's going to be the authority and so sometimes as a culture you have great institutions. That do that like look. What's happening now. With covert in science. Science is god instead of an institution in become scientism and it's just totally used out of proportion to how science normally would have been looked at until like even two years ago. It's really kind of bizarre out quickly. it's happening. Yep and so it's like you're taking a picture and house going periods in general. Want the best for their children. Sure there's days where you're like you could just go to public school. I've had it up to here with you right but but we can't Relinquish our responsibilities. And it's a really wonderful. Because i've had a bad day. Don't allie beth. I go to sleep. And i rise again and i see his mercies are new and i can start over but every evening..

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"allie beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

05:38 min | 9 months ago

"allie beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"Well it's really hard to have a conversation with twenty or thirty people right. That's that's the first thing. So just. Institutionally doesn't set you up for this. Then another thing is school was either to school. Anything regarding with children is either easy for the kids or easier for the adults. So what the school systems have done. It put together really good systems for the adults to operate in to work at well. If it's efficient for the teacher it's not going to be efficient for the child. So that's something that was just in the way right. It's all about the nea in the unions and the leadership an individual teacher of course might care very very much about her children the children in the classroom but a lot of things constrain that teacher then another thing is we have lost our cultural heritage right. That's what this election sprint. showing us. All we don't even remember what the constitution says alone. That even you know that there is one of the tearing down the monuments and all that kind of stuff so what happens is institutional education slowly but surely has taken the responsibility of parents away from their children. Don't do that. we'll do this at school for you but that's also made it so we've lost our heritage And so what was interesting. Things for kids to talk about is their heritage. Don't they wanna hear stories about what they're granddad did in world war two or how. Their grandmother had to churn butter with their daddy. Does it work each day that connects to children right. Well there's nothing to connect to in the classroom except the peers right because if it used to be. I'm old enough that we had homeschool homeroom. When i was in school and i had detailed all day. Long right. Now if i'm a second or third grader. I might have three or four adults who are helping with education every single day and the next year go to another grade and they disappear and it's a few other adults but who comes with me. Allie beth the other kids there who i could trust. They become my community so it's no surprise that act like i'm a child longer and longer because education is about rearing children to know how to live in the adult world while the adults disappear every year. Many kids coming back and so it's It's not a good plan that we've put together the one room schoolhouse back in. You know a hundred two hundred years ago was a lot more efficient than what we do now and what about for parents who say okay. That might sound good. But i think that you know there are some socialization benefits to my kid going to school rather than just spending time with parents all day. I've heard this said. And obviously i disagree with him but i want to hear the opposition from youtube. That kids who are home schooled. Well they become weird because they don't spend enough time with other kids and at least at school you know. They're not only spend time with their kids but they're learning about different people's views and their views are sharpened by confronting different world. Views of other kids. What do you say to people. Like who say things like that well. I'm pretty sure. I knew some weird kids that went through public school..

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Mnuchin makes $916 billion offer to Pelosi for COVID relief bill

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

03:48 min | 10 months ago

Mnuchin makes $916 billion offer to Pelosi for COVID relief bill

"A nancy. Pelosi has refused. The white house's offers on stimulus deal multiple times so this was in october. This is according to business insider quote over the weekend. The white house proposed a one point eight trillion dollar measure. The white house proposal includes a four hundred dollar boosting weekly unemployment insurance twelve hundred dollar direct payments for us adults and thousand dollar payments for each child. The washington post reported democrats have pushed for six hundred dollar increase in weekly unemployment benefits and twelve hundred dollar payments for child. Dependence is well substantially more funding for state and local governments the democratic proposal. Also though it comes up it includes left-wing policies and left wing proposals. That have nothing to do with the virus or with mitigating the risk. So there's lots of left-wing pork in there that the republicans understandably do not want and are not going to let pass so it's not just a matter of numbers. The disagreement here but pelosi has rejected time and again any good compromise. Coming from the white house are coming from republicans for months plus insisted that a covid relief bill would have to be at least two point two trillion dollars. She turned down. Like i said a bipartisan. Deal one point five trillion dollars in also trump's one point eight trillion dollar deal but now now interestingly she has decided that she would support a nine hundred billion dollar covert relief bell which is obviously last in the one point eight trillion dollar trillion dollar bill that trump offered in his negotiation and she was asked about this. Cnn's menu rajoo. Ask pelosi if it was a mistake to shoot down the previous compromises the previous bills and she became very agitated. She was very annoyed by this question. This question of okay. Why are you supporting a nine hundred billion dollar deal now and you rejected the one point eight trillion dollar deal that trump offered you a couple months ago she got very annoyed and said. Do not characterize my actions as a mistake if you want me to answer your question. Here's a video of that over two months ago when he said i will not accept. Apple's tastes characterize what we did before as a mistake as a preface to your question if you want an answer. That was not a mistake. It was a decision and it has taken us to a place where we can do the right thing without other. Shall we say considerations in the legislation that we don't want so we're very pleased at where it is as i say with a democratic president committed to a scientific solution for this with the idea that we will have a vaccine. It's a complete game changer. From them so she basically admitted at the end of that clip and we kind of splice together. Different parts of her answer will include the link to the full press conference in the description but she basically says look you know don't characterize that as a mistake it wasn't a mistake. We had other considerations and other considerations she kinda reveals at the end of that is that now they have a democratic president. And so it's okay if they pass a bill so long as trump doesn't get the credit for it and because we have a vaccine now. We're able to give people less support than we wanted to. Before the fact of the matter is she just didn't want to negotiate with trump. She didn't care the people were suffering. She didn't care. small businesses. Were being closed down and people's lives were being ruined and families being put a very desperate situation. She didn't want to give trump any credit for the relief. They very well could have offered.

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"allie beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"allie beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"Hey guys welcome to relatable. Happy Wednesday hope everyone has had a wonderful week so far. I'm going to answer some questions that you guys sit me on instagram. You sent me so many wonderful ones and there are a lot of questions I got that I've addressed on the podcast before, which is totally fine. I don't have any problem with that a lot of you who are following me on Instagram or who are listening to the. podcast you are new and you have no idea that I've talked about some of the subjects that I have I am working on categorizing it takes a long time but I've got someone helping me now working on categorizing all of my podcast episodes on my website Allie Beth stuck dot com, and then once I finished that it's going to be a lot easier for you guys to navigate. I'll be able to point you guys exactly to. The leak and you're just going to be able to go there and to find the podcast that you're looking for however in the meantime. All you have to do is scroll through and typically the titles are pretty self explanatory or you can just search in the PODCAST APP I get a lot of questions. For example, have you ever talked about predestination? You could try type name relatable predestination. There's an episode titled Predestination. Some people ask me about women pastoring churches. There's an episode titled Women In the Church You can type in relatable women in the church. You can even Google that with the name Allie Duckie and something is going to come up the episode will come up. You can also just scroll through some people ask me about my testimony. How I got to do what I'm doing well, I definitely first of all, recommend you read my book you're not enough in. That's okay. Escaping the toxic culture of self love I tell you a lot about how I landed where I am now what my testimony is how? The Lord saved me, and so you can read my book for those details but I've also talked about on this podcast way back win. So just scroll back a lot of people just kind of binge listen to my podcast once they find it and a lot of the podcast episodes are evergreen like last summer when I was on maternity leave pre recorded a bunch of evergreen topics or evergreen episodes. Monday idea idea to theological topic and Wednesday. I did a political topic on Friday. I did an interview and so I kind of go back to the basics they talked about why a reformed Christian and why I believe the things that they do and I also talked a little bit about you know ask Atallah G. and then on Wednesday talked about how Liberals and conservatives view the constitution and how we view things like socialism and all of that so you can go all the. Way Back to last summer..

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"allie beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"allie beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"For for the faith community is a huge thing because as I said, one of the biggest things playing American day is narcissism on Al. do a great job talking about this in your book and and if we can't fight for all of those things, right? Judeo Christian beliefs, capitalism and free markets to me trump has done all those things all of those things in front of the freedoms, the constitution every single day. While he's in office DO I have issues? I do I think trump is a perfect person. Now Do I. Think Trump is perfect person or what we are going through in American society today Yes. The the ideological war do think he is the right person to lead us You know at this moment in time? Yes. Do we need a president trump forever boisterous person like this? No. Do we need a president trump right now? Absolutely. And it it just had to be settled with his character. So I fully support him in I hope he wins in a landslide. It would feel really great for all of us who have been going. On in America right right right. Well, tell everyone where they can buy your buck and anywhere else you want to send them as well. Yes anywhere that sells books you Kendall on Amazon. If they're on backward right now, Barnes and nobles a great place to go But you'd walk into any book store and pick it up and thank you guys all sorts of think, everybody this has been a huge dream of mine. To be published bestselling author and it's we know reality. Exciting. Yeah. Yeah. Well, congratulations thank you so much for taking the time to talk to me. You have been all over Fox in the major networks in all that good stuff, and I, just hope that you sell millions and millions of copies. So thank you so much and congratulations again. Thank you allie thanks for having me. Guys, I hope you loved that conversation make sure that you go pick up her book. She mentioned my book at the end of that conversation you're not enough in. That's okay. Escaping the toxic culture of self love about pairing with this book I, would say you can go to Allie Beth stuck dot com slash book to pick that up if you're interested Join Women's book club with Allie's on. facebook. We are going through a discrimination and disparities with Thomas Sole Right now, which actually is talking about a lot of the principles and concepts that candice talked about today and talks about in her book. So again, another great book to go with the other books that I've suggested I hope that you have a great rest of your day and a great weekend we will be back here on Monday..

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"allie beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"allie beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"You can type in relatable immigration it should come up and I did go into more detail than I will today about what the United States immigration system looks like what are some of the problems why Republicans Democrats have failed on this the different Republican and Democrat positions and we will go into some of that today. But we don't have time to go into all of it because I have to compare the two tickets, and as I've also said on some other election episode I, it's not just the two tickets or it's not even mainly the two tickets that I'm looking at is the two parties that I'm looking at because remember we are voting not not mostly for a person we are voting for a party we are voting for an administration we are voting for an entire platform and most of all we are voting for a world view. I I want to talk through some facts about immigration in the United States Before I do that I just WanNa remind you guys about my book you're not enough in. That's okay. Escaping the toxic culture of self. Love. We do talk about politics actually a little bit. In this book, we talk about social justice versus real justice. We talked about cancel culture we talked about socialism versus capitalism the importance of hard work. But this book is about a Worldview, a world view that is centered on yourself in white is going to fail you and why believing these messages that sound good feel good. These messages of self love actually leads you. To a faulty worldview that will not only make you miserable but we'll breakdown society if we all buy into it so I encourage you to pick up the book. If you haven't already, you can get Allie Beth, sticky dot com slash book, join my book club on facebook where we discussed this all the books that we've read together it's Women's book club with Alli Sake where reading a book by Thomas Oh right now discrimination and disparities if you are a woman who wants to join with love for you to do that. But again, go to Allie Beth duckie dot com slash to pick up my book if you.

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"allie beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"allie beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"Can't even want your neighbor staff that is how important it private property is according to God's word. So the author who says in defense of looting, that's just a Western prescribed personal property is just so western prescribed white supremacist. No, that's actually God's idea that eats back a lot longer than America has we know that justice according to God's Word is four things it is truthful it is proportional. It is direct in it is impartial and we have talked about the verses that point to that. So you can go back and you can listen to some of the episodes that we've done on justice. I think last Monday we didn't episode on justice can go back and listen to that. So yes. We we do justice according to Mike six Eight, but we know what justice looks like and it is not. It is not what the world has. It looks like the world's definition of justice is what proverbs one looks like. The description of the centers going out into the streets and Killing people and? Looting and plundering and causing chaos. That is not what justice looks like according to God's Word and it makes me sad there are people within the church who are weak on this and to are teaching the theories like critical race theory that is actually just exacerbating this in justifying this instead of preaching the Gospel, which is the only thing that unifies and is not even preachy every pastor by the way. needs to preach. needs to preach on justice. What is justice according to God's word? What is the role of the government? What is the role of the family? What is the role of the Church? What is the role of the individual? Every pastor needs to be preaching that that God's justice has a definition that God's role of the government is defined as the gods rule of the family. That God's role of the Church that God's role of the individual is defined. What does it mean for these entities to seek God's justice and unfortunately a lot of people that are quoting mica six. H To do justice in love mercy they're not walking humbly with God and so they take this word justice in name misconstrued and they define it how they want to define it. But we know that understanding what justice looks like according to proverbs one, it starts with a fear of the Lord. So that was a little bit rambling. I know we kind of went down several different avenues but those are the thoughts that I was having over the weekend as I am just continually saddened by the lack of discernment that a lot of professing Christians have in this area bind into a false narrative in using worldly prescriptions. For spiritual problems and it's just not we are called to do as I've said several times. Christian. You are bound to the truth. Okay that's all. I have today if you have not picked up my book, your not enough in that's okay. Escaping the toxic culture of self love please do Allie Beth stuck dot com slash book. You can also pick it up at your local barnes and noble independent bookstores maybe even at your local.

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"allie beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"allie beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

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"allie beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"allie beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"We talked about the corruption of a large portion of the public school system and teachers, unions, and the dire need for school choice, especially for poor and vulnerable communities. If you have not listened to that conversation yet, go back and listen to Friday's episode such an important interview and I learned so much, and I really hope that you learned a lot, too. I got a lot of good feedback. Thank you guys for that. Definitely, go listen by the way. If you love this podcast, it would mean a whole lot to me. Me If you left me a five star review on Apple podcast. You can tell me why you like the show. You can give me suggestions on your review, or you don't have to do that at all. You can just leave five stars. Whatever is easiest for you, but thank you guys so much to those of you who have left me those positive reviews. It really means a lot to me also if you are watching on Youtube, you see that I have the final copy of my new book. You're not enough in. That's okay. Escaping the toxic culture of self love, which comes out August eleventh, and I am going to have it. Right here next to me at four. Probably I know the next month and a half, or so just to remind you guys to. The book preordered the book. If you'd like to you now, you can go to Allie Beth sticky dot com slash book and you can see all the places. You can find it if you are international. I've gotten this question a lot. You're not going to be able to purchase it just straight from the Amazon link. That I have on my website. You're going to have to go to like the Canadian domain. Domain or the Australian demeanor. UK Domain, whatever it is in order to be able in order to be able to buy it. You can buy internationally, but you just have to go through the right medium to do in a reminder if you are a woman and you join my women's Book Club with Alli Stuck on facebook, we will be going through this book together and I will be publishing videos that are exclusive to this book club that is going to be that are going to be walking through a study on the book so. Anyone can have access to the study guide that can accompany the book, but only the women who are in this online book club on facebook are going to have access to the videos that I'm going to be putting out leading that discussion. We're going to start the discussion a couple of weeks after the comes out, so make sure that you preorder right now. If you haven't already make sure that you join that Book Club, and if you've already done all of those things you can, you can invite your friends to join the book club. Club, also, if you preorder email alley, be stuck at Penguin Random House..

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"allie beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"allie beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"My instinct is to retreat because I am scared for myself and for family, and all of that, but you're absolutely right is that the love of Christ compels us to run into situations with the fruit of the spirit, which you reiterated so well so many times today if you could. Could please tell everyone you know where they can find you or any other resources that you would like to direct people to? Yeah, thank you Allie Beth yeah focus on the family is focus on the family dot com, or you can call one eight, hundred eight family and I think one of the one of the great things that focus does as we have free counseling. We have counseling. We'll provide you initial counseling call. It's hard to point to a single resource i. mean focus is a resource treasure chest that we've. After forty years of ministry have answers to almost every question, it's rare that we get a question nowadays that we haven't heard and I think. I it just needs to be seen like that were like the web. MD for the family. Come to US and get input. Yeah, and get just about anything. We have a marriage assessment over a million people have taken it. It just points out your strengths and weaknesses. We have the same for parenting. You can come in and do that. Free assessment just says hey, here. You go here the things to work on Dad, don't be so rules oriented. But you know whatever it might be work on your loving skills Yeah, so it's just whatever you need. Just call us. We'll put something in your hands is awesome. I know a lot of people are going to benefit from that. Thank you so much for taking the time to talk with me today. You Bet Alabama and your mom and dad must be super proud of you. You'RE A. Young Lady, thank you so much. They're a great moment debt. Thank you so much for everything that you do and for the resources that you provide for us in really how you guys helped. Shape my parents and then consequently helped shape my life growing up, so thank you. That's great. That's great. Take care..

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Explained: Why New York has emerged the epicenter of the US’s COVID-19 outbreak

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

03:44 min | 1 year ago

Explained: Why New York has emerged the epicenter of the US’s COVID-19 outbreak

"York is suffering more drastically than any other state. By far as of right now there has been tragically. Three hundred sixty thousand confirmed cases of coronavirus virus in New York and over twenty three thousand deaths by the time. I am recording this. That is in a state of nineteen million people. Now let's do some compare and contrast in Florida a state of over twenty one million people and a large a large elderly population. There has been only about fifty thousand confirmed cases in only about twenty two hundred deaths so twenty to one hundred deaths in Florida versus over twenty three thousand deaths in the state of New York and Florida is more populous and Texas state with twenty nine million people has had about fifty four thousand cases with only about fifteen hundred deaths again. Fifteen hundred deaths versus twenty three thousand deaths in New York and these states have also had much less restrictive lockdowns. Now there is no doubt that New York is different. It is more densely populated a lot more public transportation. That's much more used than in places like Florida and New York are places like Florida and taxes And I especially true of course in in New York City where most of its cases are but cannot really be the only reason it couldn't possibly be that maybe leadership has fumbled that. Maybe they haven't done as good of a job as the media has said that they are doing. So let's review some facts about Cuomo state and examine. Why possibly they have run into so much trouble. We've talked about this in the past. It bears repeating so the state of New York was facing a budget crisis before all of this happened back in November. The New York Post reported that New York face a six point one billion hole in their budget for this year and Cuomo's planning on making cuts to Medicaid rates for hospitals and nursing homes. They fail to present a real plan. Criticized Dave Free Del of the Citizens Budget Commission. A fiscal watchdog group. They've known about this for a long time but the plan they did present is really one part. Gimmick he added his analysis shows. The state was already in trouble after pushing off a one point. Seven BILLION DOLLAR MEDICAID BILL IN MARCH Two thousand nineteen into Into two thousand twenty which grew into the four billion dollars according to an article in the nation. A left-wing commentary magazine. Obviously I don't agree with a lot of what they write but they can be pretty good at holding Democrats accountable. This is an article by Ross Bark. Entitled Cuomo Helped Get New York into this mess. Governor Cuomo has long mismanaged the budget and the Medicaid Program program in the state and has reduced the size of hospitals. Here's some excerpts from the article in which he argues that some of the budgetary abyss has been the CUOMO administration's own making postponing Medicaid payments and failing in the past iron out inefficiencies. Like the state's pain Medicaid costs for relatively wealthy. Private hospitals are relatively wealthy private hospitals. That don't need the aid in the first place. What's more this has lost. More than twenty thousand hospital beds over the last twenty years Cuomo who has governed for almost half that period CUOMO has governed since two thousand eleven. Never advocated for any kind of expansion of hospital beds until last month he now says New York needs one hundred. Ten thousand says this is a couple months ago more than double the current capacity. He has never been a forceful advocate for keeping hospitals open in fact he is empowered bureaucrats who have argued aggressively to shudder them in two thousand.

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"allie beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"allie beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"Those who are dishonest those who are who who oppress those who dehumanize unborn who exploit the poor who didn't who do not enact proper justice do so for one reason they don't no god equations four seventeen through twenty four now this i say and i testify in the lord that you must no longer walk as the gentiles or non-christians do in the futility of their minds they are darkened in their understanding alienated from the life of god because of the ignorance that is in them due due to their hardness of heart they have become callous and have given themselves up to sensuality greedy to practice every kind of impurity but that is not the way hey you learned christ assuming that you've heard about him and were taught in him as the truth is in jesus to put off your old self which belongs to your former manner of life and is corrupt through deceitful seats desires and to be renewed in the spirit of your mind into put on the new self created after the likeness of god in true righteousness and holiness so there's a difference between those who know god and those who do not those who know god those who are those who do not know god those who are not in christ are darkened in their understanding. They are ignorant. They are alienated from the life of god. Their hearts are hearted. They are callous. They give into sensuality to agree to impurity that is not true for those who are in christ. We are to put off those things which belong to our old selves to be made new to be like god in righteousness and in holiness and i would say if i can be so bold to extend that to say injustice in sacredness in rightness and being set apart now. This doesn't mean that there aren't moral people who are not christians in the sense that there are people who follow god's moral law without calling themselves christians that is a gift of common grace that is extended to all people that all people can know god's moral law follow it and still come across as biblically minded or or moral people there are people like that but essentially but essentially the people who who practice these kinds of atrocities that we've been talking about do so because they don't know god in no one is righteous really apart from christ. It is the gospel that changes lives lives. It is the gospel that ensures real justice and encourage israel justice. We cannot separate justice from the gospel. You very rarely will hear someone who is a part of the social justice. Even religious laughed also say that jesus is the only way the only truth and the only life in that no one comes to the father except through him why because because they've adopted this social gospel <hes> liberation theology thing that says basically the only thing that we need to do is not tell people about jesus but just to make sure that they are loose from their earthly chains whatever that is they see everything through the lens of the oppressive versus the oppressor but that's not biblical are most important calling our highest colleen is the sharing of the gospel of the love of jesus christ. Jesus christ came to die to safe centers that he rose again three days later conquering sin and debt that is the thing that changes hearts that changes the world no matter what happens with our government no matter what happens with our society our culture we preach the gospel no matter what so that's where i'm going to today hope you guys enjoyed it. If if you do like this podcast please leave me a five star review on itunes and if you don't subscribe to my channel allie beth sucky on youtube do that and feel free you to follow me on social media as well and i'll see you soon..

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"allie beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

08:31 min | 2 years ago

"allie beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"Hello relatable listeners. This is my hundred episode one hundred at the cells of relatable, that's pretty amazing. We started last March doing one week, and then we started last summer doing too weak. And then now, of course, we do three a week Monday Wednesday Friday, it has been really fun. I've learned a lot since I started doing this podcast. And you guys have helped me thank you so much to those of you who have been listening from the beginning to those of you who just recently started listening, no matter when you started listening to relatable, I really appreciate you a lot. I love doing this podcast. There are a lot of things. I love about my job, but getting to interact with you guys getting your emails giving your message as getting your feedback about the podcast and being able to talk to you about the things that matter that means so much to me. So thank you so much for listening for all of these. Hundred episodes. If you haven't listened to the beginning of the relatable podcast. I encourage you to go back and listen because we kind of lay the foundation for a lot of what we believe in. Why we talk about the things that we talk about on this show. It might help you give you a little bit of context in to these conversations. But anyway, thank you so much for listening. If you have not listened to Monday's podcast yet. You definitely should we talked about black liberation theology? At this doctrine debt is posited as a Christian viewpoint biblical viewpoint. The similarities that it has to pricing lead to nation of Islam. And how both of these things are founded in Marxism, which we know is a secular ideology that has led to the suffering of at least a hundred million people over the past century and why we should be on the walkout a four. These kind of collectivist viewpoints seeping into the gel coach so we use scripture to back up our analysis of. Of these things in how we can actually push back on the lies that are indeed infiltrating our pulpits today. We are going to talk about the mini controversy surrounding congresswoman Ilhan, Omar. And we're going to talk about the first amendment as our elites to her and the criticism surrounding her as well as the plight of identity politics now that is defining our dialogue in white truly is so damaging I I do want to talk about or just touch on Notre Dame Notre Dom, however you pronounce it, you know, exactly what I'm talking about. I had the privilege of vizino dedom- in two thousand thirteen when I was studying abroad as you guys know, I'm a Protestant in. So there isn't for me the extra layer of significance that there is of Notre dumb for as there is for Catholics. But of course, it is a beautiful piece of art that has been around since the maybe the medieval times that we can all admire and we can all. All respect the significance of for millions of people around the world. Unfortunately, it has been brought to my attention that there are reformed Protestant Instagram accounts. That are posting memes. Kind of making light of or trivial saying the burning down of Notre Dame that destruction of the cathedral and people have asked me what I think about that. I think that's terrible. Let's go back to the five SOLAS for a second. And look at one solo which is Sola scripture up by in scripture, alone or through scripture alone. We believe on the absolute authority of scripture above any other human authority while scripture tells us that Protestants say that we respect and that we adhere to scripture tells us in Romans that we are to more with those who mourn, and we are to rejoice with those who rejoice. And so we can still knowledge that there are serious doctrinal differences between Catholics. Between Protestants, and we can refuse for Justice seconds to make light of what is a tragedy in really it's not just a tragedy for people of the Catholic faith. It's really a tragedy to the people of France. This is actually a publicly owned building owned by the people of France that is in a way, almost least to the Catholic church is not owned specifically by Catholics. I've heard the excuse that the building of it was was paid for by indulgences, which of course, Protestants rightly believed that indulgences or on biblical. But that really to me does not justify the disrespect that I am seeing from some Protestant social media accounts. Posting memes about this. I mean guys that is completely on Christ. Like you were doing nothing to advance the gospel. You are doing nothing to demonstrate the love that crisis called us chill in. So maybe check your heart for just a second. If. You really believe in the five SOLAS if you really believe in tulip the way that the way that you Calvinism, and I'm included in that say that you do the maybe we should start demonstrating that faith in a way that a little bit more loving than posting a Meam about the destruction of a cathedral that millions of people find significant I wouldn't say that this is a happy time. Even if a mosque was burning down, I shouldn't even say, even if a mosque was burning down if a building of any person of any other kind of faith was burning down. And there were people who were morning, there were people who are hurting the right thing to do would not be to laugh at that. Would not be to say, well, they don't believe what we do. So it's all good. Really, you think that's what Jesus would done you think that's the best way to show what you believe to share the gospel ice, certainly don't think so. So for those of you who have messaged me about that and wondered my thoughts, those are my thoughts, and I'm so sorry. I'm so sorry. Especially for the Catholic people who are. Listening to this who see that in C in and think, oh, yeah. That's why there's so much animosity between us a look at it. Look at those Protestants and how much they hate us. No. That's not true. That's not an accurate portrayal. Unfortunately, people in the world can be extremely immature, and they think that anything is worthy of being laughed at and it's just not it's just not that's not the love of Christ. And I'm sorry for anyone who has been hurt by that. Now, speaking of Catholicism on Friday, I have met Walsh on my podcast. Matt Walsh of the mount Walsh show on the daily wire. And we are going to talk a little bit about the differences between Catholicism and Protestantism. But we're not really even going to focus on that. We're actually going to talk about heaven Hal, and what happens after we die, which should be a really interesting conversation is pretty timely actually because Friday, of course, is Good Friday. And so you can get a nice religious theological conversation that hopefully will get your theological wheels turning inside your own head. By listening to that podcast. So I hope that you will tune in that will be Friday morning, six AM eastern time. Make sure that you subscribe to my podcast or subscribe to my channel on YouTube. It's Allie Beth study, you can watch all of these videos typically, they come they come out in after noon. It's really easy way to share it to with people who don't listen to podcasts or with your parents, or with older people who don't understand podcast, everyone can watch YouTube video no matter what kind of phone. You have no matter. What generation you're in? So I would love a few subscribed to a YouTube channel one more shameless. Plug in ask before we actually dive into this stuff. If you guys love this podcast. If you do if you don't love this podcast, then you can just ignore me. But if you love this podcast, it would mean a lot to me if you would leave me a review and tell me what you think about it. Of course. I would love a great review. I would love a five star reveal. But I do want you to be honest. If you do have any constructive criticism. Feel free to Email me. I take that. Really seriously alley the conservative Moneo blog dot com. People who have given me criticism can tell you that I take their criticism to heart. Sometimes it's not real sometimes, it's not legitimate. So I don't apply it, but very often that constructive criticism constructive criticism. I received from you guys is true. And it is helpful. And it is right for me to apply, and you have no idea how much I appreciate that. So if you love the podcast, I would love for an for you to leave in itunes review, if you do have criticism or feedback

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"allie beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"allie beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"Like in this marriage or in in a in a marriage. You know, you have somebody. That's there to support you there loving you. But there are also. Give you a swift kick if you need it. And like, hey, I'm in a funk right now. You can can you remind me if I more like you naturally do that. Like, this is who you are. This is what you have this is you are in Christ, and knowing that you can still get over and still accomplish the things that you need to accomplish. Feeling really we both do that. For each other. We both tried to remind each other like you have so much potential and so much talent. God is giving you so much and you need to use. It we chart we try to encourage each other to be good stewards of all the things that got us graciously given us sometimes we're stupid, and we spent three hours watching Netflix. Instead. Order food from somewhere. Like, definitely happens. We're not. To encourage each other discipline. But yeah, I just I love the married. It's the best. Okay. Well, I guess that's a good note to end on. Thank you guys so much for watching and listening subscribe on YouTube. My channel name is Allie Beth sucky. So if you're listening to this you can watch it, or if you're watching this video make sure that you click subscribe, you can listen to this on itunes on Spotify on Google play all kinds of places you can follow me on social media. If you like this podcast, please consider leaving a five star review on. I tunes helps me out a lot. If you've gotten questions or constructive criticism. I take that stuff seriously. So please Email me Alliott the conservative millennial blog dot com in. I will see you guys on Monday.

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