On this episode of the Pinecone Podcast: Wes has returned! He joins Art and Lacie to talk about the life of the prophet Elijah, dealing with isolation and suffering, and God's working in every situation.
On this episode of the Pinecone Podcast: Art and Lacie join with Daniel and Alysa Hampton (Art's Daughter and Son-in-law) to discuss the joys and challanges of working together as a young couple in ministry.
In this episode Art and Lacie join April Gillispie and Mallory Griffin from Isaiah 117 House Sevier County. Isaiah 117 House provides physical and emotional support in a safe and loving home for children awaiting foster care placement.
If you are interested in hearing more about our local Isaiah 117 House project here in Sevier County you can find more here: https://www.facebook.com/isaiah117seviercounty/
If you want to know more about Isaiah 117 House ministries you can go here: https://isaiah117house.com
In this episode of the Pinecone Podcast: Art, Lacie, and special guest Maria Daley discuss homeschooling life. They take a deeper look at the constructive culture and beautiful relationships that can develop through homeschooling, as well as some local resources and requirements for those looking into homeschooling.
"Veiled in flesh the Godhead see
Hail the incarnate Deity
Pleased as man with men to dwell
Jesus our Emmanuel"
On this week's episode Wes, Art, and Lacie talk about the incarnation of God in the person of Jesus Christ.
It's the Pinecone Podcast Christmas Special!
In this episode, Wes, Art, and Lacie discuss their favorite movies of the season, hardships that come with the holidays, and how we can get more Christ out of Christmas.
Thanksgiving is not just a holiday, it's a way of life. In this episode, Art, Wes, and Lacie discuss how we can turn thanksgiving into a habit. If we can do this, the benefits are great. Gratitude is the best way to develop a life of joy that enables us to serve God and others well.
One of the most painful experiences a couple can go through is infertility. On this podcast, Lacie, Art, and Wes discuss how the church can be more sensitive to this issue. They go on to talk about how we process struggles and pain in our life and the hope that God offers to us in the Gospel.