I am so excited to announce the launch of my brand new podcast, “Relationship Truth: Unfiltered!” And I want YOU to be among its first listeners.
If you know me you know this isn’t the same “how to have a happy marriage” stuff you’ve heard so many times before. This is real, biblical advice you can actually put into practice now in any of your relationships… yes, even the destructive ones.
Now, you can access my latest teaching plus interviews with other relationship experts any time anywhere. Plus, you’ll hear real-life stories of women who have learned to grow stronger in the midst of their own destructive relationships, being empowered to stay well or leave well.
In this podcast, I will answer the tough questions with unapologetic, biblical truth.
Does the Bible teach you to forgive 70×7 no matter what? Even if they’re not sorry?
Does submission mean unquestioning obedience?
Is it okay to have firm boundaries? And, how do you still have compassion while keeping firm boundaries?
We will talk about marriage, divorce, parenting, sex, and so much more.
Some of my expert guests include:
- Chris Moles
- Gretchen Baskerville
- Elyse Fitzpatrick and Eric Schumacher
- Sherri Keffer
- Darby Strickland
If you want to see real change in your relationships, be sure to tune in, subscribe, and share this vital resource for relationships!
Go to www.leslievernick.com/podcast to find Relationship Truth: Unfiltered on your favorite podcast platform.
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Be sure to save your seat in our upcoming free training with Leslie on Tuesday, December 5th
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