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Ep. 59: Trampoline Hearts, Identity and Weeds

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Episode Summary

This week we talk a lot about our hearts; being weedy, making them like trampolines and wrestling with God as an identity. All of this naturally springs from our daily lives as parents of four kids. We also give you a recap of our Oregon trip, and talk about a KILLER Shawarma chicken recipe. We dive into a wee bit of pop culture with Amy Grant's "El Shaddai" (for those of you born in the 1900's.)

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notaboutnow
notaboutnow
06 de ago. de 2021

My older sisters were big Amy Grant fans so I was introduced to her music early in her career. (so I'm a younger old Amy fan - lol) Glad I'm not the only one who wondered what in the heck she was singing! Thought about it before I Googled and had the El Elyon part right but missed the little word na (am assuming you've looked by now!). and then there was what came after the second time she sings El Shaddai - seriously a mystery!

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J.R.
J.R.
04 de ago. de 2021

I’m very familiar with Michael card but didn’t know he was the original author! Very cool. I record on my computer and forget to turn notifications off 🤦🏻‍♂️

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Phil Wade
Phil Wade
04 de ago. de 2021

Hey, you kids. “El Shaddai“ is a Michael Card song. Amy Grant was the big star when she sang it, so it’s natural for people to remember it as her song. I’ve always sung the line you ask about as “air camkana, Adonai,” and I know I knew what it meant at one point. Something like never changing or ever faithful, Lord.

The power outage in today’s show makes me wonder how you record the podcast. I had thought it was one your phone, because several times notifications have sounded in the podcast.

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