Why Do We Still Sin After We Become a Christian? with Jamie Ivey

For Episode 031...

Jamie Ivey joins us to talk about sanctification, confession, and what we can do when we overreact at times with our kids.

You can listen to the Questions Kids Ask episode answering Why Do We Still Sin After We Become a Christian? on iTunes, Stitcher, and Google Play, or listen below.

   
  
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  Jamie just released a book called  If You Only Knew  that I think is great, and has been hosting her podcast,  The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey , for four years. Long before she did either of these two things, though, she got married to Aaron who is the worship pastor at The Austin Stone Community Church and birthed or adopted her four kids who are 10, 12, 12, and 14. I have to say, Jamie is seriously the real deal. She knows and lives her theology and is seeking to walk how Jesus would have her to walk.

Jamie just released a book called If You Only Knew that I think is great, and has been hosting her podcast, The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey, for four years. Long before she did either of these two things, though, she got married to Aaron who is the worship pastor at The Austin Stone Community Church and birthed or adopted her four kids who are 10, 12, 12, and 14. I have to say, Jamie is seriously the real deal. She knows and lives her theology and is seeking to walk how Jesus would have her to walk.

Today we talk about discipline and how it's so difficult with our kids, why we continue to sin even after we become a Christian, and why confession is so important and not talked about enough in our churches and our families. 

Jamie tells a story about finding out one of her kids was using an app in a way that she didn't approve, and how she didn't handle the situation like she wished she had. Make sure to listen in, as there's so much wisdom there.

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