Author: Angie Wagner

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Even on Cloudy Days

Some days it’s all I can do to keep everyone alive and heat up some food for them to eat. Some days it’s all I can do to fold the laundry and help with homework. The dishes are left behind...

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The Lord Will Rescue Me

  You know those days where you have to be extra intentional about putting one foot in front of the other to get something done? I’m having one of those. So grateful for God’s promises and the hope I have...

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Shoving Aside My Pride and Creating a Donate Button

After a couple of days of wrestling with this dumb microphone and troubleshooting for hours, I finally just borrowed the equipment I needed to finish the episode I was trying to complete.   Meanwhile it became apparent that I would...

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50: Baptized Into Christ, Interview with Pastor Jordan Cooper

This week I get to share my interview with Pastor Jordan Cooper about his book Baptized Into Christ! He shares insight on a number of things including intimacy with Christ, Jesus as the example, and being holy and sinful at the...

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49: What Does the Gospel Package Include?

Is theology relevant to everyday life? Of course! That’s why I’m here. She Finds Truth is all about finding the truth of how Scripture applies to our lives.  The Bible is a story about who God is and about how...

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48: God Is in the Business of Restoration

The mess, the restoration, and the Scripture we lean on.     You don’t have to listen to 46: My Christ and My Chaos episode before you listen to this one, but this show technically is a response to that...

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47: Here I Stand

Welcome to the 2017 Fall Season of She Finds Truth!    [click here for an alternative link to this podcast episode that might be more mobile friendly] I’m calling this a new “season” of podcasts plus I’m giving it a...

Where does your confidence come from? Mine is misplaced. 0

My Hope and My Refuge: A Few Psalms Before Bedtime

I’m in a self-esteem slump again. Those are always such a nuisance. The lies are relentless. The despair can be maddening. Last night middle child’s Bible reading before bedtime was a few Psalms. At a used bookstore I found a...

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Raising Our Kids Alongside the Calves

When we were dating I specifically asked Brad if he had any intention of being a farmer. No, he said unequivocally. Oh good! I did not want to marry a farmer. The seasons are long. The work is hard. The...

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