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157. John Stange: The Compassionate Influencer

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Release Date: 07/17/2023

171. Unnoticed show art 171. Unnoticed

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If you've ever felt unnoticed, invisible or insignificant, then the news of the Samaritan woman that Jesus empowered, will give you all you need. People like her were thought outcasts and even inferior, but so were many who were attracted to Jesus anyway. Do you even feel the gratification of honor? Many don't. This episode is a glance at the true possibility that this Samaritan woman, disregarded as nothing, could have very well been the first evangelist - telling others of "the man who told me everything I've ever done." There is no "one size fits all" in the Kingdom. Praise God for the...

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170. Scattered, Covered and Smothered show art 170. Scattered, Covered and Smothered

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Sue Duffield's experience with Waffle House is such a fun and meaningful encounter - almost like church! Are you "scattered, covered and smothered?" The thought here is, she surely hopes you are! When we ask God to forgive us, His forgiveness comes not because we say, “I will do better”, but only on the basis of what Jesus did on the cross. No matter how awful we've been, the blood of Jesus is ENOUGH to cleanse, purify and save you...kind of like scattering your sin, covering your heart and smothering you with His goodness! God, the Father sent Jesus to suffer, bleed and die so that He can...

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169. Being Quirky Can Be An Advantage show art 169. Being Quirky Can Be An Advantage

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How to be quirky - well, just be yourself with a little twist. Jeff and Sue Duffield know their quirkiness, and actually thrive in it! Quirky people are described as being unusual in a likable and endearing way. To give off a more quirky vibe, you may need to change the way you think, dress, and act. The main thing to keep in mind is to always be yourself and to enjoy things that you genuinely like, even if they're not well understood. If you embrace the things that make you different and start thinking more creatively, you can be quirky!  Exactly. And there are even examples in the bible...

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168. Your Story Isn't Over show art 168. Your Story Isn't Over

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We know God is in control. We know He is able to heal, but right in the middle of the messy and the painful, many of us tell God what we believe to be our own carnal truth: We don’t always understand His love or His mercy in stressful times, and often that’s when our faith is severely tested. Your story isn't over. God’s not finished with your story just yet. No matter what. For the year of 2024, host Sue Duffield will be teaching and training women HOW to write their own faith story. This will happen at a few retreats that she'll be speaking for this year. And just because we start...

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167. The Sequential Order of Things show art 167. The Sequential Order of Things

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Sue Duffield has always loved the thought and plan of the sequence of songs on albums by all kinds of artists. There's plan; there's a reason, especially in the concept album department. But there's also another kind of order too. And with a little levity and inspiration, this episode may just become a favorite for 2023. If you want to grow in your faith, you must step into the divine ordering of things for your life. You must, by the Spirit of God, walk in the divine ordering of things so that your life will forever be joined to a God of order. Be encouraged, that even today has it’s roots...

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166. Bending the Rules A Bit show art 166. Bending the Rules A Bit

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The blessing and critically acclaimed story of the "daughter of Abraham" found in Luke chapter 13, is best described as the "bent over woman." Sue Duffield has shared this story with thousands of women with the power of God's word through Luke, giving women hope for their own divine healing. We just have to listen to HIS voice. www.sueduffield.com

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165. Ellie Oswald and Faith to Action for Orphans show art 165. Ellie Oswald and Faith to Action for Orphans

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Elli Oswald is the Executive Director of the Faith to Action Initiative, a coalition of organizations seeking to promote best practices in global orphan care.  She has served as a missions pastor at Bethany Community Church in Seattle and as part of World Vision International’s Child Protection Technical Team, specializing in community-based care for children deprived of parental care.  She has a B.A. from Pepperdine University and a M.A. in Cross Cultural Studies and International Development from Fuller Theological Seminary. Family-based care for orphans world-wide is the...

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Host Sue Duffield is presented with the question often, "Aren’t you just too busy? How do you do all the travel, the conferences, the podcasts (4), recording, the followup with events - let alone spend quality time with those you love, etc. etc.?" And to that she usually responds, "I dunno." But her gauge is always IF she's too busy doing what she loves or feels called to do, and IF she falls into anyone of those five definitive categories mentioned in this episode, then maybe it IS time to take a good look at the difference between busyness and productivity.  Take time to reflect,...

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When God promises that we will lack no good thing, He means we will lack nothing that would bring us more of God. We will have absolutely everything that will bring us more of God. But disappointment is rampid right now, even among believers and leaders within the church. It's as if we've given ourselves permission to "assume" that everything WILL go our way, if we do everything right. But that's not always the case. This episode with host, Sue Duffield, shares how the feelings of inadequacy and disappointment is one of the enemy's greatest tools to keep you from doing God’s will. We surely...

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162. Every Woman Every Season show art 162. Every Woman Every Season

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Sue Duffield has a passion for teaching women to thrive and not just survive the seasons of life. This season of abundance will get you through your tough times, to teach you how to  give when you have nothing left to give; to love when you have no one to love; to share when your table is bare; to sacrifice and serve, even when your body is tired. This is the season. And it happens in every season for every woman. [email protected]  

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There aren't too many John Stanges around. They just don't exist. Now, John would say, "Well, that's a good thing, LOL!", but most who know him know that this world would be even MORE enhanced and blessed in just about every publishing, virtual-producing, podcasting and platform-creating outreach - if there WERE MORE just like him.

Host, Sue Duffield, recalls the first time meeting this young leader as far back as the Pocono Mountain Bible Conference days, remembering just how special John was and is to this day. What an entertaining, enjoyable, informative and connecting conversation this episode is.. Take notes.

John holds degrees in Bible, Education, and Counseling, is a certified speaker, trainer and coach with the John Maxwell Team, and serves as the Lead Pastor of Core Creek Community Church in Langhorne, PA. John is also an adjunct professor at Cairn University, where he teaches courses on church planting, theology, and counseling, and he serves as the Director of the National Mission Board which is a ministry that is focused on church planting and church health.

John hosts four podcasts, "The Chapter-A-Day Audio Bible," “Daily Devotions with Pastor John,” "Dwell on These Things," and "Platform Launchers." At present, his shows have been downloaded over 8 million times by listeners throughout the world. John's books are focused on spiritual growth, leadership, marriage and the practical and applicational aspects of following Jesus. He recently signed with Penguin Random House to publish his latest book “Dwell on These Things” which was released on May 25, 2021. 

John has been married to Andrea since 1998 and they have been blessed with four children.

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