Restory Show Inventory


In case you’d like to know ALL the Restory Show episodes, here’s a list from the current to the first. Season Three Season Three Episode 3 Thomas Umstattd Season Three Episode 2 Rachel Anne Ridge Season Three Episode 1 Mary DeMuth Season Two Season Two Episode 20 Paul Lanum Season Two Episode 19 Aaron Graham […]

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3-11 – Jeanette Hanscome

jeanette Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSJeanette Hanscome is an author and friend who has an amazing story. She’s legally blind, and she’s walked through some rough things the past few years. One of those trials is reflected in her book, Suddenly Single Mom: How Our Stories Intersected Jeanette and […]

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What happened to holiness?


Holiness means set apart, to be different. But as I scan the landscape of the church, so often I see sameness with our culture. The divorce rate is the same. People are sleeping together before marriage without so much as a blink of conscience. You see Christians swindling others (one stole our house when we […]

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I’m excited to announce that the second annual Restory Conference will happen Saturday, September 16th from 9 am – 1 pm at Lake Pointe Church in Rockwall, Texas. I would love to see you there! Registration is not yet open, but watch here for details. This is the Restory Conference 2.0, and the focus will […]

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3-10 – Hope Harris

hope Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSHope Harris is someone I met years ago at a conference. She was speaking (sharing her testimony) right before I went on stage to speak. My daughter Sophie was with me, and we both had the privilege of talking more and becoming friends. Hope […]

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The Inconvenience of Victims


My husband sent me this story last week, and I’m now able to respond to it. Trustee Albert L. Lord wrote this about the aftermath of the former Penn State president’s guilty verdict (one charge of child endangerment) in regards to the Sandusky case. “Running out of sympathy for 35 yr old, so-called victims with […]

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3-9 Lea Ann Garfias

leaann Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSLea Ann Garfias is someone I met at my favorite restaurant in town. (We share how it all came about in the episode). She’s written a memoir/self help book that I had the privilege of reading. She is honest, and she has a good […]

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3-8 – Sandra Glahn

sandra Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSDr. Sandra Glahn is a dear friend who is a professor at Dallas Theological Seminary, an author, and a mom and a wife. She writes killer fiction (there are killers involved AND doctors), infertility resources, and Bible studies. In fact, my favorite Bible study […]

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3-7 – Jed Ostoich

jed Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSJed Ostoich is an editor (his twitter handle is @thejeditor!) and writer who lives in the Dallas area. He’s a husband and father, and he attended Dallas Theological Seminary. How Our Stories Intersected Jed and I met through my daughter Sophie. They are coworkers […]

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A Huge Difference between Good Advice and the Good News


Patrick and I have lots of talks, and I’m grateful we land in the same place theologically (most times!). In the course of life, we come across messages given to audiences that stir us, cause us to repent or see the kingdom of God in a new light. These thrill us! I love pondering deeply […]

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3-6 – Anna Le Baron

anna Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSAnna LeBaron is a woman with an amazing story. We met at a writers conference a few years ago before she started writing this book, The Polygamist’s Daughter. I’ve had the privilege of reading and endorsing this book, and I’m also thankful for my […]

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