Hungering for Truth: A Conversation with Sam Sorbo (SE #69)

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Hungering for Truth: A Conversation with Sam Sorbo (SE #69)
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“The Bible is probably the very best book to read–just read over and over again. . .I do believe that the Bible is a book that reads you and so it can offer you insights into how to live a happier life.” ~Sam Sorbo

Self Evident is delighted to present our interview with Sam Sorbo, an authorproducer, tv show host–the list is endless. She graced our podcast back in April to discuss her latest projects, books that shaped her into the force she is today, and what Generation Z should focus on in life.

Witness by Whitaker Chambers 

Basic Economics by Thomas Sowell

Why Women Need Biblical Men (SE #68)

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Why Women Need Biblical Men (SE #68)
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In this episode, we feature remarks given by Kenna Rose at the 2024 IFI worldview conference.

A Long Expected Guest (SE #67)

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A Long Expected Guest (SE #67)
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This is a very special episode to the hosts of Self Evident. It is a dream come true to finally present our favorite content creator and Titus 2 wonder woman to you all: Rebecca Leland is a jacqueline of all trades–from audio engineering to singing, to leading young adult ministries to working in theatrical productions–if we list everything she is involved in, this description would go on endlessly. She is a dear friend of ours, and has supported our endeavors since day one.

In this podcast, the conversation focuses on building community, the glorious joy of embracing femininity, and why it is so vital to support–via social media and frequentation–local coffee shops.

To find Eve In Exile, click here. To find the From The Wings podcast, click here.

What Women Should Look For: A Dissection of Intentional Dating (SE #66)

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What Women Should Look For: A Dissection of Intentional Dating (SE #66)
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This is Part II of our conversation with Dr. Karl Benzio, a Christian psychiatrist and co-founder of Honey Lake Clinic in Florida. in this episode, Dr. Benzio expounds how different people are wired for dating, and much more.

John Van Epp: How to Avoid Marrying a Jerk: The Foolproof Way to Follow Your Heart Without Losing Your Mind

Literally Anybody Else: A Cultural Affairs Episode (SE #65)

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Literally Anybody Else: A Cultural Affairs Episode (SE #65)
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In this episode, Kenna Rose and Jenna welcome back Eliana, who has been MIA for a few months from the Self Evident team due to confidently conquering colleges and solo slaying dragons. The cultural news items they cover today span a new presidential candidate, abortion pill cases and solar eclipses.

A Psychiatric Evaluation of Community & The Dating Scene (SE #64)

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A Psychiatric Evaluation of Community & The Dating Scene (SE #64)
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“God built us for relationships, and we need to be in relationships in order to grow, to learn, to practice. . .to have a shoulder to cry on, to get encouragement, to get cheerleading. . .all those happen in relationships and when we lose that relationship, there’s a big void in our life, in that psychological growth process and resiliency.”

In this edition of Self Evident, Jenna, Alyssa & Kenna Rose interview Dr. Karl Benzio, co-founder of Honey Lake Clinic in Clearwater, Florida. As a Christian and psychiatrist, Dr. Benzio integrates faith and science to treat countless people with mental health issues and addiction struggles.

Dr. Benzio shares his passion in this podcast about creating community based in Christ, and provides sound dating advice from his perspective as a father and psychiatrist.

Reverence & Respect (SE #63)

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Reverence & Respect (SE #63)
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In this edition of Self Evident, we’re back on The Good Word Program! Radio host Paul Scott asks Jenna & Kenna their thoughts on John Piper’s coffee comments & studies about conservative parenting.

To contact us or listen to our podcasts, go to selfevidentpodcast.com.

A Covenant Community (SE #62)

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A Covenant Community (SE #62)
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“If your first identity is you are a son or daughter of God, then it’s gonna be really easy to go to your Father to find out how to do life.” ~Pastor Steve Cassell

This is the final episode featuring Alyssa’s & Jenna’s interview with pastor Steve Cassell of Beloved Church. Self Evident was greatly blessed and encouraged to meet and hear his story, learn more about his ministry and glean from his wisdom. This specific conversation heavily focuses on the purpose of covenant community, how that covenant community needs to have a foundation in Christ, and how our Sabbath is found in our Savior.

To listen to part one of our conversation (pastor Cassell’s testimony), click here. To listen to part two (Beloved Church standing alone against COVID shutdowns), click here.

To watch and listen more of pastor Cassell’s ministry, click here. To find pastor Cassell’s book, click here.

The Church That Refused To Close: A 2020 Story (SE #61)

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The Church That Refused To Close: A 2020 Story (SE #61)
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Alyssa & Jenna had the honor to hear Pastor Steve Cassell’s story last month during a 2 hour interview. This is part 2 of a series–if you’d like to hear the first episode, click here.

In this segment, you will hear how Beloved Church responded to Governor J.B. Pritzker’s shutdown of churches during 2020, and why generation Z should be aware of government overreach and speak out for their 1st Amendment rights.

To learn more about Pastor Cassell and his ministries, click here.

To visit Beloved church and listen to Pastor Cassell’s preaching, click here.

The Story of Pastor Steve Cassell (SE #60)

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The Story of Pastor Steve Cassell (SE #60)
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When Pastor Cassell walked into Self Evident’s recording studio, we had no idea what we were in for. Initially, we had extended an invitation to discuss how his church (Beloved Church) responded to Governor J.B. Pritzker’s shutdown of churches during 2020, and why our generation should be aware of government overreach. However, as we got to know him, we realized that his story needed to be shared and his wisdom tapped into.

What we thought was going to be a 45-minute interaction turned into a fruitful, multiple-hour conversation covering a vast array of topics. This is part one of a series you do not want to miss. Pastor Steve Cassell has a jaw-dropping testimony of how Christ has used him to further His kingdom, and we know you will be as encouraged as we were conversing with him. In this episode, Pastor Cassell shares his life story, and the definition of Churchianity.

To find out more, visit stevecassell.com