Women’s Hope Podcast

What Does It Mean to Be Pure?

Shelbi and Kimberly continue their series on Titus 2 by using key passages in the Old and New Testaments to unpack what it looks like to live in such a way as to please a Holy God. One major takeaway: purity is a matter of the heart.

An Interview With The Wife of Imprisoned Alberta Pastor James Coates

In this episode, Kimberly has a conversation with special guest Erin Coates. Erin is the wife of James Coates, who is a TMS alumnus and a pastor at GraceLife Church in Alberta, and who is currently jailed for defying health department restrictions. Erin discusses the...

Portraying a Sensible Heart in a Sinful World

Paul’s encouragement in Titus 2:4 for women to be “sensible” may seem like a simple and innocuous command, but there is untapped richness to what this word means. Shelbi and Kimberly look at this verse and other passages to explore the nuances of this command,...

Delighting in Doctrine

Shelbi and Kimberly interview special guest Rebecca Stark, longtime blogger and author of the...

What About Me? Part 4

What About Me? Part 4

Are you looking at self-care biblically or selfishly? Join Shelbi and Kimberly as they wrap up their series on self-image, and self-esteem, and identity with this practical and biblical look at the hot topic of self-care!

What About Me? Part 3

What About Me? Part 3

Join Shelbi and Kimberly for a four-part series on self as they look in part three about self-image, self-esteem, identity, and self-care. How we view God and the truths of Scripture will determine how we view ourselves.

What About Me? Part 2

What About Me? Part 2

Join Shelbi and Kimberly for a four-part series on self: self-image, self-esteem, identity, and self-care. How we view God and the truths of Scripture will determine how we view ourselves.

What About Me? Part 1

What About Me? Part 1

Join Shelbi and Kimberly for a four-part series on self: self-image, self-esteem, identity, and self-care. How we view God and the truths of Scripture will determine how we view ourselves.