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Media Savvy Moms is a podcast by ParentsAware, an organization dedicated to helping parents talk to kids and teens about pornography and healthy sexuality. Who knew honest conversations about parenting and pornography could be so laid-back and fun? Join in for a series of chats and interviews to help parents tackle this challenging topic with their kids. These two ladies take a light-hearted, down-to-earth approach you will love. With more than a decade of experience between the two of them ...
 
Welcome to the Anointed Hearts Ministries Media Network flagship station, Supernatural Worship! We are so thankful that you decided to stop by. This station exists for the worship and praise of our God's name, Jesus Christ. This place serves as a platform for the proclamation of the Gospel. It is filled only with the God's word and truth. The joy and peace that comes with having a relationship with the Lord gives a follower of His endurance and strength. You may be going through a time of st ...
 
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The Bible's message is truly shocking: The Son of God becomes The Son of Man to give His life for the enemies of His Father who sent Him...and truly glorious. Sermons Archive RSS Matthew 21:33-46 Acts 14:15-17 Romans 2:4 Philippians 2:8 Sermon Discussion Questions: Why is the plan Jesus' outlines in vs. 21 so shocking? What is the background from t…
 
The Covid-19 pandemic put vaccine scepticism in the spotlight around the world, especially in France. Even before the epidemic turned our worlds upside down, France was one of the most vaccine hesitant countries in the world. It’s a real paradox in a nation that was home to scientist Louis Pasteur and his pioneering discoveries in immunology. In th…
 
Raising kids in the digital age means there is no escaping the question about screens. Actually, it’s a long list of questions. How much screen time is ok? Does it depend on the activity? When should my child get their own tablet, device, or smartphone? What’s healthy? What’s not? And what is meant by clean vs toxic tech habits? In this episode I t…
 
With his crooked boxer nose, mischievous grin and ever-present cigarette, Jean-Paul Belmondo was one of the most popular figures of French cinema. With a career spanning 60 years and more than 80 films, he was loved by all generations. For many people, he represented the quintessential Frenchman: charismatic, seductive, classy and laid back. As Fra…
 
There’s a lot of pressure on parents to get their kids a smartphone and the latest social apps. What if you’re not ready to give in but your child’s insisting they need a phone to feel included. Is this a valid reason? If not, how do you say no? This episode is part of our #DearSavvy series. Sometimes you just want a quick answer to a burning quest…
 
In the end Jesus Christ will reign...He will win...is this amazing truth a fleeting thought for you are a deep source of hope, boldness, endurance and even compassion? Sermons Archive RSS Acts 4:10-12 Revelation 11:15 2 Samuel 7:12-13 Daniel 7:14 Luke 1:31-33 1 Corinthians 15:24-26 Revelation 12:11 1 Corinthians 6:2-3 Sermon Discussion Questions: W…
 
Paris is famous around the world for its beautiful sights and towering monuments, but it's also somewhat infamous for its driving culture. Parisian drivers are the first to admit that manoeuvring the streets can be quite a harrowing experience. Over the years, Paris's authorities have taken steps to limit traffic in the French capital and encourage…
 
There’s a trend that has coaches worried. Participation in youth sports is down across the board. And the steady decline seems to correlate with the rise of smartphones and other technologies. For many coaches, the concern goes beyond the field, pitch, or pool and are urging parents to pay careful attention to their kids’ confidence, self-esteem, a…
 
There is 1 fact that once a person acknowledges it to be true… changes everything… for the Good! This sermon examines that fact. Sermons Archive RSS Matthew 16:13-28 Daniel 7:13-14 Hebrews 1:1-3 John 14:9 John 14:6 1 Corinthians 1:30 1 Peter 1:13 Ephesians 1:3 John 20:30-31 1 John 1:1-3 1 Corinthians 2:2 Sermon Discussion Questions: Why did Jesus u…
 
French history has been marked by several bloody revolutions. We often think about the big one in 1789 which profoundly transformed French society and inspired other countries around the world. But other uprisings have shaped modern-day France as well and handed the French somewhat of a rebellious reputation. In this episode of French Connections P…
 
Back to school is the perfect time to review safety strategies with kids. One that’s simple and effective is asking your child or teen to come up with a list of trusted adults to add to their Safe Network. Having a Safe Network is a concept we highlight in our 5 Body Safety Tips for Kids guide. That’s something you’ll want to print out and stick on…
 
This passage shows Jesus as a powerful and compassionate Shepherd...but it also shows Sheep who are slow on the uptake and just don't seem to "get it". This leads to the repeated admonition..."little faith". How can we move from that to "great faith" is the question we will explore. Sermons Archive RSS 1 Corinthians 1:22-23 Hebrews 2:1 Hebrews 5:12…
 
Ever heard of Only Fans? It’s an online platform where content creators get paid directly by their followers, a.k.a. fans, for the photos and videos they share. But the site is rife with porn and exploitation. And worse, it’s targeting young women in droves with promises of turning likes and follows into instafame and fortune. In this episode, I sp…
 
Most change involves adjustment, and can be hard. The change from Old Covenant to New with the coming of Jesus lead to many adjustments and refocusing of priorities. Within that is much for us to rethink about ourselves. Sermons Archive RSS Mark 7:19 NASB John 4:22 John 1:11-12 Acts 2:22-24 Romans 1:16 Acts 13:45-48 Romans 3:1-2 Romans 9:4-5 Sermon…
 
In this episode, I share not one but six ways to transition casual conversations to the topic of pornography. These tips are designed to help you talk openly with extended family, neighbors, and close friends. We know that pornography grows in the shadows. It thrives in secrecy. When we stay silent, it wreaks havoc on people's lives. This is about …
 
As we watch Peter lose focus, take his eyes off Jesus and begin to sink… we immediately see ourselves. This message helps us stay focused and go from “little-faith” to “great-faith”. Sermons Archive RSS Matthew 14:13-36 Luke 9:11 James 1:2-4 Romans 10:14 Romans 10:17 Acts 4:13 Sermon Discussion Questions: Why did Jesus need to spend time alone? To …
 
Christians have been deeply motivated and sustained by the hope of "Our Inheritance". But this doesn't seem to be the case today among many in the body of Christ. Besides the culture's pressure to focus only on the here and now, perhaps we simply don't know enough about our inheritance to be hopeful and persevering. Sermons Archive RSS Galatians 4:…
 
Sermons Archive RSS Psalm 116 Luke 12:29 Acts 12 Questions for reflection: How was Peter able to rest while imprisoned and facing death? Where did he find his peace of mind? Why did the church pray even as they harbored doubts that God would rescue Peter? What is the lesson for us as we approach God in prayer?…
 
Matt. 13:53- 14:13: Jesus called us to be "All In"...to sell all for the pearl of great price. In this sermon both Jesus and John the Baptist model for us the "Cost of Being All In" Sermons Archive RSS Sermon Resource: LIVE NOT BY LIES ALEXANDER SOLZHENITSYN Matthew 13:53- 14:13 Mark 3:20-21 John 7:1-5 Mark 6:5-6 Matthew 11:11 2 Timothy 3:12 Sermon…
 
What's most important to you? What is your purpose in life? What gives you happiness and meaning? If you achieve it all, how long will it last? Jesus told parables to help us know what to pursue. And how to be "all in" for something that will last eternally. Sermons Archive RSS Matthew 19:16-30 Matthew 13:36-52 Luke 14:33 Philippians 3:7-9 2 Timoth…
 
In this week's French Connections show, we find out who you should call if you find yourself in an emergency situation here in France. There's a French particularity here, namely the large number of emergency numbers available. So what are the main emergency numbers? Should France have just one number? Why are firefighters and emergency medics divi…
 
In two simple, but profound Kingdom parables, Jesus give us much to be excited about in terms of what God is doing in our world. That is a well needed antidote to so much sadness and concern for the state of the world. We will also look at how we can do our part to advance His Kingdom. Sermons Archive RSS Daniel 2:31-49 1 Corinthians 1:18-31 Daniel…
 
Paris has been a source of fascination for centuries and the French capital is one of the most visited cities in the world. By day or by night, it’s a beautiful city packed with towering monuments, inspiring museums and romantic cafés and yet, tourists often say Paris would be so nice if it weren't for the Parisians. So where does this bad reputati…
 
Filters installed. Devices monitored. Online safety taught. All of this, and children can still make poor choices—like sending nudes. So, how do we respond when we learn of this behavior? This episode is part of our #DearSavvy series. Sometimes you just want a quick answer to a burning question. These shorter episodes are designed to give you just …
 
We know the term cyberbullying. So do our kids. But what about cyberstalking and sextortion? Not so much. Yet, these are serious online threats putting more kids at risk than most of us realize. What do we need to know to empower kids to be internet safe? In this episode, I speak with Matt Richardson, an awesome dad of two and founder of the Digita…
 
In this week's French Connections, we focus on the upcoming regional elections. Traditionally, these polls are not as followed as closely as the presidential or municipal elections. So what's the purpose of them and what power do French regions have? Turnout during regional elections is often low, but this year they're receiving a lot of attention …
 
Dandelions. Clover. Weeds! Most agree that these invaders are to be eradicated from our lawns and gardens ASAP. If not they will spread and take over. Similarly, we want to root out pornography before it takes hold. Today, Lisa Whitsitt and I are having a conversation about weeds and pornography. Lisa is our Director of Educational Outreach and is …
 
Two Kingdoms are flourishing and at war with each other on earth. The nature of them is seen in the controversy in Jesus’ life with the religious leaders of His day. It is seen today as well. There is something frightful and also glorious about these realities in the text opened up in this message. Sermons Archive RSS Matthew 12:14-50 Matthew 4:1 M…
 
French is the official language of France, but the country also counts dozens of regional languages. So what are they and who speaks them? While many regional languages are alive and well, time and time again they cause a national debate. Recently a law aimed at protecting regional languages was partially repealed by France's Constitutional Council…
 
Do you know a teen who is struggling to quit porn? The reality is that many kids get caught in a porn trap. They want to quit. They try to quit. Yet, they find themselves returning again and again. Imagine, what if there was a tool that could help fortify teens against pornography? In this episode, I am joined by Clay Olsen, Co-founder of Fight The…
 
How do you know Christianity is true? What answer would you give if someone asked you this question? Jesus was asked something similar to this and He pointed to "One Sign"...one overriding evidence to prove He was Messiah. We will examine that Sign and it's practical implications for our faith. Sermons Archive RSS 1 Corinthians 15:1-34 1 Corinthian…
 
You might picture the stereotypical French person wearing a beret, a glass of wine in one hand and a cigarette in the other. But does France deserve its chain-smoking reputation? While many tourists say large numbers of smokers are one of the first things they notice, statistics show their number is dropping dramatically in France. What steps has t…
 
We keep scratching our heads trying to figure out why young kids are sexting. But the fact is the formula is pretty basic: (curious kids + digital devices) x (sexualized media) = sexting normalized. So, the question is not if I need to have this conversation but how do I talk to my child about sexting without being awkward. This episode is part of …
 
Porn harms families. No question there. So what do you do when a parent struggles with sexual addiction? Instinct may be to keep it hidden. Your spouse knows—but not the children. You reason the truth would be too painful. Better that they never find out. And yet, experience and research show that children actually suffer more from the weight of hi…
 
Jesus said the 1st and greatest command is to love God. This sermon explores "Why We Love God"...it fills in the sentence "I love God, because... Sermons Archive RSS Ephesians 3:14-21 Romans 8:31-39 Ephesians 1:3 1 Peter 1:3 John 1:1 John 1:3 Colossians 1:16 John 3:16 1 John 4:10 John 15:13 Sermon Discussion Questions: Why is God "amazing" ? descri…
 
Education, like so many other sectors, has been profoundly affected by the coronavirus pandemic. It's been an unusual year for students, especially high school students getting ready to pass the national school leaving exam known as the "Baccalauréat" or "bac". For exceptional times, the French government has put in place exceptional measures. So w…
 
Involved parents worry about their child or teen’s safety online. And rightly so. The nature of the internet means harmful content could come across their screen at any time. Dangerous situations seem to be lurking around every corner. So, many parents wonder, how often should I monitor my child’s smartphone? Should I check it daily? And is that re…
 
Any Bible reader will be thrown into concern and maybe fear when he or she reads about an unpardonable sin. In this message we will open up the meaning of that sin and will look at the destructive nature of sin. Sermons Archive RSS Numbers 15:30-32 ESV 30 But the person who does anything with a high hand, whether he is native or a sojourner, revile…
 
This year marks the bicentenary of Napoléon Bonaparte's death, but two centuries on, his legacy remains controversial. Was he a heroic reformer or a racist, misogynistic tyrant? While he contributed massively to the modern French state, there are also darker aspects to his legacy, such as his reintroduction of slavery to islands in the Caribbean an…
 
Every mom is amazing! There’s no question there. Yet, we are often our own worst critic. When things don’t go according to plan, the negative self-talk comes flooding in. So, how can we start to believe in ourselves again? And how can building mom confidence change the dynamic we have with our kids and their tech? In this episode, I ask Leah Davids…
 
What if a discouraged private got a chance to look over the general’s shoulder and see a glorious battle plan for victory? Jesus gives us such a glimpse of the Kingdom of God and it’s power, in order to encourage and embolden us! Sermons Archive RSS Acts 19:13-14 Matthew 7:22 Luke 11:20-22 John 12:31-33 Colossians 2:14-15 James 4:7 1 Peter 5:8-9 Ep…
 
When it comes to taxation, France has a bad reputation. Perhaps that’s because the stereotype is true: French people pay a lot of taxes. In fact, France frequently tops the podium when it comes to the amount of tax taken in compared to the size of the economy. So what are the main taxes that individuals pay? And how do the French feel about this he…
 
It’s normal. It’s natural. Everyone goes through it! And every kid has LOTS of questions. Yet, for many families talking about puberty still feels awkward and embarrassing to mention—leaving kids to sort through confusing information on their own. Often, that’s whatever media and friends throw their way. That doesn’t seem fair or terribly healthy, …
 
Why is it so hard to love people who are unlovable and to love our enemies? It shouldn’t be so hard to extend grace given how much the God, who is Love, has extended grace to us. Sermons Archive RSS 1 Peter 1:22 Mathew 5:46-47 Matthew 5:44 Romans 5:10 Romans 8:7 GNT “And so people become enemies of God when they are controlled by their human nature…
 
Are you a mom to boys? Do you worry about helping them mature into sexually responsible teens and adults? How often do you defer to dad for “The Talk?” Have you ever questioned, can moms talk to boys about pornography? If so, you’re not alone. This episode is part of our #DearSavvy series. Sometimes you just want a quick answer to a burning questio…
 
What happens when you expect one thing from someone and they do the unexpected? What if that Person is God? This sermon will explore how the greatest Man ever to live (every human being will say He is Lord one day), wields His power, lived His life, and inaugurated a Kingdom that is very unexpected. Sermons Archive RSS “What are we to understand by…
 
France's elite finishing school ENA (National School of Administration) was created in 1945 by Charles de Gaulle with the aim of opening up the country's civil service. Among its illustrious alumni are former presidents as well as countless prime ministers and ministers. Attending ENA is seen as a pathway to power in both the public and private sec…
 
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