Front Porch with the Fitzes, is a weekly chinwag featuring author Elyse Fitzpatrick and two of her three kids, Jessica Thompson and Joel Fitzpatrick. Sometimes some unexpected folks might even drop by and sit for a spell. Every week they’ll jibber about family life, things that interest them in culture or news, and what they’re learning about the Lord. Imagine sitting on the front porch of your ol’ Kentucky home, listening to three slightly off-kilter believers talk about life, do a lot of l ...
Worthy: Celebrating the Value of Women is a Christian show that celebrates the value of women in the church, home, and society. Hosted by authors Elyse Fitzpatrick and Eric Schumacher, the discussions you’ll hear on Worthy will promote respectful conversation on the value and roles of women. Along with their interview guests, Elyse and Eric won’t agree on everything, but they do agree that God is glorious, the Bible is true, women are valuable, and respectful conversation is essential in our ...
In this week's podcast Pop tells the story of a police chase that ended in an accident in their driveway. He also talks about playing World of Warcraft. Then Jess closes us out with a devotional on Psalm 65.By Fitzpatrick
Elyse and Eric interview author, speaker and daughter of Elyse, Jessica Thompson. She talks about growing up with Elyse as her mother and then we discuss her latest book How To Help Your Anxious Teen.
In this week's episode we fly through it trying to get to the Padres game... which of course they lost. Sad face. We laugh a ton. Elyse gives a great devotional.By Fitzpatricks
Megan Lively chronicles the heartbreaking story of her sexual assault and the mishandling of her report at a seminary. She chronicles the process she went through as she grappled with the reality of what occurred, shared her story publicly, and how continues to find mercy and healing in Christ.By Fitzpatrick, Schumacher
In this week's episode we answer some listener question's from Elyse's favorite podcast (The Worthy Podcast). We also talk about speaking to power and end with some practical types for communion.By Fitzpatrick
Megan Lively chronicles the heartbreaking story of her sexual assault and the mishandling of her report at a seminary. She chronicles the process she went through as she grappled with the reality of what occurred, shared her story publicly, and how continues to find mercy and healing in Christ. (Part 1)…
Well we start out slow talking about the Padres and gardening... again. But then Jessica shares a story about a current flight she went on. This of course sends Joel off on a story that will make you laugh and gross you out. Then he closes us out with an exceptional devotional that will give you hope.…
Elyse and Eric speak with Dr. Kristin Kobes Du Mez, author of Jesus and John Wayne: How White Evangelicals Corrupted a Faith and Fractured a Nation.
In this week's podcast the crew is back together after three weeks. It is exactly what you expect it to be. We laugh a lot. Then Pop closes us out with a good word concerning Coronavirus.By Fitzpatricks
Darby Strickland, author of Is It Abuse?: A Biblical Guide to Identifying Domestic Abuse and Helping Victims talks with Elyse and Eric about domestic abuse and counseling.By Fitzpatrick, Schumacher
Eliza Huie, Director of Counseling at McLean Bible Church and Dean of Biblical Counseling for Metro Baltimore Seminary, joins the podcast to talk about biblical counseling, therapy, and abuse.By Fitzpatrick, Schumacher
Joanna Meyer of the Dever Institute for Faith and Life speaks with Elyse and Eric about women and vocation. Links for show notes: "Called Together: A Biblical Look at Gender in the Workplace" "What COVID-19 Lays Bare: Implications for Women's Work"By Fitzpatrick, Schumacher
Maggie Combs joins us to talk about her new book Motherhood Without All the Rules: Trading Stressful Standards For Gospel Truths. We also talk about her farm and killing cows. Then she closes us out with a great devotional starting with Romans 7 and ending in glorious truth.By Fitzpatricks
Elyse and Eric speak with Jasmine Holmes author of Mother to Son: Lettters to a Black Boy on Identity and Hope.By Fitzpatrick, Schumacher
In this episode Michael Wear joins us to talk about The & Campaign. Micheal directed faith outreach for President Obama's reelection campaign. He talks about our ultimate allegiance being to Jesus. He closes us out with a great devotional on Matthew 8.By Fitzpatrick
Elyse and Eric talk with Phylicia Masonheimer, author of Stop Calling Me Beautiful, about women's ministry, social media, theology, sexual brokenness, and Amish romance novels.By Fitzpatrick, Schumacher
In this week's episode Dane Ortlund joins us to talk about he book Gentle and Lowly. Joel says this is on his top 10 favorite books he has ever read. The gospel goodness he brings will make your heart sing. He closes us out with an incredible devotional.By Fitzpatricks
Karen Swallow Prior, Ph. D., is Research Professor of English and Christianity and Culture at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. She is the author of several books.By Schumacher, Fitzpatrick
In this week's episode we revisit the story of "your cows are safe with us". Jessica talks about Wes leaving to go back to college. Then Elyse closes us out with a devotional on 1 Peter 1:13.By Fitzpatricks
Dr. Pamela MacCrae — Elyse and Eric talk with Pamela MacCrae who is a Professor in the Applied Theology and Church Ministry Department at Moody Bible Institute, where is the Program Head of Ministry to Women and Ministry to Victims of Sexual Exploitation.By Elyse Fitzpatrick, Eric Schumacher
Our friend Missie Branch joins us. Missie is a certified smart person. We talk about all the things that are going on right now. Then she closes us with such a beautiful word from Jude 24-25.By Fitzpatricks
Mary DeMuth — Eric and Elyse speak with international speak, podcaster, and author Mary DeMuth about her latest book We Too: How the Church Can Respond to the Sexual Abuse Crisis. Show note links: marydemuth.com, prayeveryday.show, wetoo.orgBy Schumacher, Fitzpatrick
In this week's episode the crew recounts some funny stories about the moves they all just went through. Then Jess closes out with a devotional Revelation 1.By Fitzpatricks
Brittany and Doug, co-editors of Co-Laborers, Co-Heirs: A Family Conversation, join the podcast.By Elyse Fitzpatrick, Eric Schumacher
Kristi is a speaker, an academic and an author, pursuing her PhD in philosophical theology. She speaks with Elyse and Eric about the value of women the academy and using such gifts in the local church. "more TRUTH: Searching for Certainty in an Uncertain World” — https://amzn.to/2y5l2s6By Elyse Fitzpatrick, Eric Schumacher