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Soul Talk: Taking Accountability to the Next Level (Step #1)

Last Updated: November 3, 2020

Luke Gilkerson

Luke Gilkerson has a BA in Philosophy and Religious Studies and an MA in Religion. He is the author of Coming Clean: Overcoming Lust Through Biblical Accountability and The Talk: 7 Lessons to Introduce Your Child to Biblical Sexuality. Luke and his wife Trisha blog at IntoxicatedOnLife.com

Covenant Eyes Radio – Episode 53

Covenant Eyes equips people to find good accountability relationships in the fight against Internet temptation. Our accountability software is a unique tool that helps people to shatter the anonymity of Internet use and be open to others about the choices we make and the temptations we face online. However, Internet accountability reports are only as good as our friendships with the people who read them. We need accountability partners who are engaged with us in a life-changing way.

Larry Crabb 2We are in the middle of a podcast series featuring Christian psychologist Dr. Larry Crabb. Last week Dr. Crabb spoke about the need we have for Biblical friendships and community that help us to become more like Christ. This week he will talk about the battle against sin that rages inside all of our hearts and how we are meant to “Think Beneath” the surface in our conversations with one another, getting to the root of sin and stiring up holy desire.

For more information about these principles check out Dr. Crabb’s book, Soul Talk: The Language God Longs for Us to Speak, or visit his website at NewWayMinistries.org.

Listen to more of this interview: Intro, Step 2, Step 3, Step 4, and Step 5

Listen to more Covenant Eyes Radio on iTunes

Music for today’s podcast is “Holy is the Lamb” by Chad Markley

  • Comments on: Soul Talk: Taking Accountability to the Next Level (Step #1)
    1. Justin Joseph on

      I’ve really enjoyed these recordings so far; it’s shaping into a most excellent series! I especially love how Dr. Crabb emphasized last time how the community should be able to stir up within us a love for the facr that we ‘get’ to obey God…not just we ‘have’ to. That’s what happens for me when with brothers and sisters. Christians can never have enough spiritual recharges, when frankly we need them constantly..

      Keep it coming :)

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    2. Sam on

      Thanks for this amazing series of conversations with Dr. Crabb! It has blessed and encouraged me so much! I will be sharing the link with my men’s group to encourage this sort of soul talk.

      Reply

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