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Breaking Bread Podcast

Around the meal table, needs are met. As participants we celebrate the common solution to our physical need - bread. While we do so, bread of another type is broken as well. Help, hope and encouragement are shared to meet the needs of our struggles, heartaches and questions. Breaking Bread is reminiscent of these life giving conversations. This podcast strives to meet some of our common needs through our common solution – The Bread of Life.
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Sep 18, 2016

Marriage is to oneness as singleness is to sufficiency.  Both are visible testimonies of separate and critical concepts of the gospel. In this episode, we hope to explain how singleness uniquely and wonderfully supports the longer narrative of Scripture and the impact that it should have on the church. 

Sep 4, 2016

Singleness [sing-guh l-nis] n. the state or quality of being single. Like trying to paint detail with a broad brush, the term “singleness” falls short in painting the finer points of the life of our unmarried brothers and sisters. Amber Miller, interviewed by Matt Kaufmann, exposes these finer points and attempts to paint a more accurate landscape of singleness in the church. This is the first episode in a podcast series devoted to redeeming the topic of singleness in the church.

Aug 20, 2016

Yes or no? At some point in the decision making process we have to decide. Once we do, we rest in a God who has a long history of blessing and redeeming the decisions of man. This episode will highlight the final principles of biblical decision making: seeking wise counsel, walking with God, and God’s sovereignty.

Aug 7, 2016

Biblical Decision Making part 2 addresses three more decision making principles and the corresponding misconceptions.  Most would agree that in Christian decision making prayer is necessary. Faith is essential. Waiting is inevitable. God wonderfully uses these principles in the decision making process for gains which are often overlooked.

Jul 24, 2016

The story of our lives in many ways can be chronicled by the many decisions we make. Biblical Decision Making is a podcast series that considers principled truths as well as common misconceptions in decision making. In Part 1, Breaking Bread host Matt Kaufmann interviews Arlan Miller and together they lay a foundation for God’s purposes in decision making.

Jul 9, 2016

To see joyful living exampled, we need only to look at children. Laughter and smiles are a part of their every day. Brian Sutter and Kaleb Beyer suggest learning from children can provide a pleasant relief in our serious lives. Living with childlikeness is the last of five encouragements on living the joy filled life.

Jun 26, 2016

It is natural for thanksgiving to come on the eve of blessing. But how about from the ashes of difficulty?  Kaleb Beyer and Brian Sutter suggest that gratefulness is an ear mark of the joyful life, not only because joyful living sends us to thanksgiving but thanksgiving sends us to joy-filled living. Living with an appreciative heart is the fourth of five encouragements contained in the “Living Joyfully” podcast series.

Jun 12, 2016

It is a great relief to know that a believer can live joyfully in spite of difficult circumstances. In this podcast, ACCFS clinicians Kaleb Beyer and Brian Sutter unpack two more practical helps for living joyfully – living in the present and living with acceptance. The Christian will understand that their faith in Christ sets them free to apply these techniques regardless of their difficult surroundings.

May 29, 2016

We should be joyful, however, all too frequently the believer in Christ is not. Living Joyfully is a 4 part podcast series which provides the biblical framework and practical helps for living joyfully in a not-so-joyful world.  In the first episode, ACCFS staff Kaleb Beyer, Brian Sutter, and Matt Kaufmann explain how to live intentionally and how such living can restore joy.

 

May 15, 2016

In years gone by, the Scriptures provided meaning to the word “membership.”  Since then, culture adopted the term and has emptied it of its meaning.  Now we commonly use the term out of biblical context. This podcast endeavors to restore biblical meaning to the term “member.”  In so doing, we believe, each member of Christ’s body will be encouraged.

May 1, 2016

The Bible is full of examples of expectations going unmet.  When we peer into these examples we find a common redemptive theme – God uses our failed expectations to meet His expectations for our good and His glory.

Apr 17, 2016

Solving the problem of unmet expectations is impossible, if the solution requires meeting our expectations.  However, if we position unmet expectations in a larger understanding of the gospel we find them redeemable.  Episode two is the second of a three part series on unmet expectations that carefully lays out this larger understanding.

Apr 3, 2016

More often that we would like, our expectations go unmet. Unmet expectations are unique losses that give rise to unique grief. From significant to trivial issues, unmet expectations are all too familiar and commonplace. The first episode of the three part series will construct an awareness of unmet expectations and an understanding of the loss and associated grief that rise from them.

Feb 23, 2016

Family worship does not come without opposition. To be sure, Satan wants to thwart our efforts. Yet, great hope can be offered to the struggling family when we find opportunity and redemption in these areas of opposition and struggle.

Feb 15, 2016

Careful intentional teaching concerning family worship is good practice.  What forms does it take?  ACCFS staff encourages parents in this sometimes daunting task.  Resources, techniques, attitudes and strategies are shared to equip parents in this endeavor.

Feb 8, 2016

Much of worship is caught.  Our children witness our lives day to day.  They see our devotion and catch our patterns.  Do we let them in on our worship?  ACCFS staff discusses this critical component of worship development in our families.

Feb 1, 2016

As parents, God has equipped us to lead family worship.  Corporate Family Worship is the first of 4 episodes in a series of conversations concerning the topic of family worship. Specifically in this first episode Matt Kaufmann interviews ACCFS counselors Craig Stickling and Brian Sutter on the topic of family worship in the context of Sunday worship.

Feb 1, 2016

A short explanation of why we at ACCFS chose "Breaking Bread" as the name of our podcast.

Oct 29, 2015

Challenges and problems will arise when adolescents are using cell phones. How should parents react to these challenges? ACCFS counseling staff presents the power of the cell phone contract.

Oct 29, 2015

ACCFS counseling staff carefully unpack the necessary teaching that needs to accompany an adolescent who has a cell phone.

Oct 29, 2015

Is your child ready to have a cell phone? Counselors Craig Stickling and Brian Sutter, interviewed by Matt Kaufmann help coach parents on the significance of cell phone use among our adolescents.   

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