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Emaniel Brifil reviews Compelled, Calmer and Cold-Case Christianity. By Emaniel Brifil

Acute, episodic and chronic are three words with heavy meaning. April is recognized by healthcare professionals as Stress Awareness Month. The things we go through can have a major impact on how we think, feel and/or act. Stress is not an easy thing to manage; dealing with the challenges of life is not an easy thing either. This podcast seeks to break down barriers that people have when it comes to holding on to things and not sharing what they are dealing with on the inside.  

 Your story is not an accident, so don’t treat it as one. The things that you have been through, good, bad or indifferent, continue to shape you. God is constantly transforming the lives of people who want to know Him on a deeper level. This podcast gives us a glimpse of individuals who are boldly declaring the power of God and bravely sharing their stories.

There is no topic under the sun that Thom, the host, doesn’t cover when it comes to being positive or finding ways to be productive. He asks questions to get you thinking about your daily words or actions. He does a great job of getting straight to the point and keeping the episodes relatively short. This is a good start to a podcast journey and hopefully it helps keep you calm.

Some people blindly believe what they hear while others go out and do the research to fact check what’s being shared. Apologist and homicide-detective J. Warner Wallace does a lot of investigative work and research to share God’s existence, the reliability of the Bible and the truth of the Christian worldview. He also does not hold back on addressing current issues and subjects that are on the hearts and minds of many people.

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