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This week Lanie Beth Sinclair begins the book of 1 John. In this passage, we learn how to truly walk in the perfect light of God. Even though our hearts are filled with darkness and sin, we can still rejoice because we have a defender — Jesus Christ — whose sacrifice makes us pure and upright before God. The more we truly marvel at this truth, the …
 
This week Lanie Beth leads us through 1 Peter Chapter 3. In this passage we see so much truth shine through the text. Honor between wives and husbands, suffering well, giving an answer for the hope within us and much more. All these truths point to baptism so we might appear before Jesus holy, humble, and compassionate women with clean hearts for h…
 
In times of great trouble and distress we're often told that everything will be okay — but what if it isn't? In today's episode, Emily Vogeltanz leads us through 1 Peter chapter 1, where we'll learn to take heart during whatever trial or circumstance we find ourselves in. Thankfully we have one source of peace and comfort, regardless of the chaos a…
 
Join us for another Our Tuesday live event as Lanie Beth guides us through Acts 17 — a passage in which Paul chose dialogue over debate with the people in Athens. Sometimes the ultimate victory in sharing the Gospel with others is not the realization that we’ve won the argument, but the person. May we always be on the lookout for opportunities to m…
 
Romans 15 tells us that we have been justified by grace. But what does that look like in our daily Christian lives? How should we walk out the truth and grace we’ve been given? Enjoy this excerpt from the recent Our Tuesday live event and join Lanie Beth as she walks us through a useful note-taking method to help unpack passages like Romans 15 in o…
 
Join us as we continue our Psalms of Ascent series with Psalm 127, which tells us that unless the Lord builds the house, all of our labors are in vain. Psalm 127 Unless the Lord builds the house, the builders labor in vain. Unless the Lord watches over the city, the guards stand watch in vain. In vain you rise early and stay up late, toiling for fo…
 
Any day can be New Year’s Day. No matter what the calendar says, each moment is a new opportunity to experience the fullness and richness of God’s mercy and grace. In today’s episode, we take a brief break to mark the halfway point in our Psalms of Ascent series. With 2020 in the rearview mirror and 2021 on the horizon — it’s okay to simply pause, …
 
2020 has been a year of great stress, loss and uncertainty — but our tears are never wasted with God. Come along on our journey through the Psalms of Ascent as we dive into Psalm 126 — a song which tells us that those who sow in tears today will reap a harvest of joy and laughter in the season to come. Psalm 126 When the LORD brought back the capti…
 
Just as the mountains surround Jerusalem, so the Lord surrounds his people. Our Psalms of Ascent series continues with Psalm 125 — a passage which reminds us that those who trust in the Lord cannot be shaken — both now and forevermore. Psalm 125 Those who trust in the Lord are like Mount Zion, which cannot be shaken but endures forever. As the moun…
 
We take the next step in our Psalms of Ascent series with Psalm 124 — a song penned by David that reminds us to remember. Sometimes it’s only when we look back to see what God has brought us through that we can truly say: “Lord had you not been on my side, I don’t know where I’d be!” Psalm 124 If the Lord had not been on our side—let Israel say—if …
 
It’s OK to say we’ve had enough — in fact, scripture encourages us to cry out to God when we just can’t seem to endure any longer. We continue our Psalms of Ascent series with Psalm 123, which tells us to turn to the Lord for mercy in the midst of contempt. As believers, we can rejoice in knowing that our worth is not determined by the pointing fin…
 
Our 15-part pilgrimage through the Psalms of Ascent continues with Psalm 122 which reminds us to ascend the steps to the house of the Lord and to pray for peace and prosperity within its walls. Join Lanie Beth as she leads us through this Psalm of Ascent that serves as a beautiful reminder that the church is to be a shining beacon in the city cente…
 
2020 has been quite a journey to say the least — but there’s still more scripture to explore. Join Lanie Beth on a unique 15-part journey through the Psalms of Ascent (Psalm 120-134). This fascinating series will take place throughout the month of December. Today, we continue our series with Psalm 121. In this passage, we’re reminded that our help …
 
2020 has been quite a journey to say the least — but there’s still more scripture to explore before the year is through. Join Lanie Beth on a unique 15-part pilgrimage through the Psalms of Ascent (Psalm 120-134) which will take place during the month of December and into the New Year. Experience the joy, hope and encouragement of these 15 Psalms t…
 
Joy in Christ is infinitely sweeter than even the finest wine — and that’s a reason to rejoice. Join in the celebration as Lanie Beth walks us through the story of Jesus’ first miracle in John 2:1-11. Jesus Changes Water Into Wine 2 On the third day a wedding took place at Cana in Galilee. Jesus’ mother was there, 2 and Jesus and his disciples had …
 
Jesus doesn’t call us from death to life so that we can just get by — He calls us to take off the grave clothes and GO! The story of Lazarus resonates so deeply with believers because we’ve all been down in the pits at one point or another — but if we take the time to listen, we’ll hear His voice calling us up and out of that grave and into his mar…
 
If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that sometimes you have to change course. Join Lanie Beth as she shifts the focus of the podcast to in-depth Bible studies — much like the scriptural teachings of the Our Tuesday gatherings. We begin this new and exciting chapter of the podcast with part 1 of a series on Lazarus and John 11. We’ll learn that it’…
 
Optimism that isn’t grounded in substance can come across as overly-simplistic and out of touch to a grief-stricken world. So how can we as believers authentically convey a sense of hopefulness and confidence about the future to those around us? Join Lanie Beth as she discusses 3 ways to cultivate true optimism in this unique and challenging season…
 
Remember how things don’t always work correctly in quarantine? Add microphones to that list. Recovery and platform are usually pitted against one another, yet they’re actually closely linked. Everyone needs to recover from good and bad things in life — but it’s how we recover that informs what our platform looks like. In Psalm 27, David reminds us …
 
Things can go wrong quickly when we forget to set our intentions. Sometimes even something as simple as proper air fryer technique can cause conflict ... ahem … but thankfully, the Old Testament is full of examples of God's intentions for his people—from the Abrahamic Covenant to David’s prayers in Psalm 119. The way we view God’s intentions matter…
 
Sometimes we have to choose between quality and quantity when it comes to how we spend our time. But this past season has proven that it’s possible to walk in both. Quality and quantity overlap when ability meets opportunity. Follow us on social media @OurTuesday for the latest information about new podcasts, upcoming live talks, and more. Visit ou…
 
Join Lanie Beth as she unpacks John 3:1-21, which lays the foundation for one of the most famous verses in all of scripture—John 3:16. Come along for the journey and witness this passage transform from a well-known verse of the mind to a life-changing truth of the heart. Follow us on social media @OurTuesday for the latest information about new pod…
 
Unity is complicated and messy, but it's absolutely the heart of God. Join us as we pull the thread that unravels a story that takes us from a synagogue in Nazareth to a prophecy from Isaiah to a passage in Leviticus to an icon in our Nation’s history from 1751. We find that scripture preaches unity not uniformity as a way to bind together God’s pe…
 
Join us as Lanie Beth gives you some of the behind-the-scenes details of how Our Tuesday began. It’s a fun and lighthearted conversation about the beauty of staying faithful in the quiet seasons of life. Come on, let’s learn together! Follow us on social media @OurTuesday for the latest information about new podcasts, upcoming live talks, and more.…
 
We will walk through the structure of the entire Bible in one night. It’s wild and crazy and downright catchy. From how the books of the Bible are categorized to the movement of the 4 major covenants of God with his people, we'll see how all of history was waiting and yearning for the Messiah. The new Adam. King Jesus! Follow us on social media @Ou…
 
Unmet and unspoken expectations can be deadly in relationships. They change frustrations into resentment—and resentment builds into seemingly insurmountable obstacles. John the Baptist led an amazing life of faith and compelling conviction, but he also had some significant moments of doubt. In the book of Matthew, we'll learn the beautiful truth th…
 
Bitterness is an emotion we can all relate to. We’ve all felt it and have done our best to move past it—yet, at times, it can feel overwhelming and consuming. Take a walk through the waters of Marah in Exodus 15 with Lanie Beth as she teaches us that it’s possible to embrace a full life of Christ and live free from bitterness. Follow us on social m…
 
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