Daily Grace exists to encourage and equip women to seek God in His Word. Our goal is for women to know that deep Bible study, sound doctrine, and rich theology are not just for the seminary student or pastor, but are accessible and transformational for all believers. We want to invite women to join us in our conversation about our great God, and be encouraged to seek a deeper knowledge of God that leads them to live their lives for God glory as they grow in love and awe in response to who He is. Daily Grace is a weekly podcast brought to you by The Daily Grace Co.
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This podcast is amazing, their blog is amazing, their journals are amazing. Praise God for all the ways the Daily Grace Co serves women!
I enjoyed this podcast until they began promoting homophobic and transphobic books. God loves everyone and I feel that they are misleading the listeners in their theology. There is enough hate and division in the world. Let us lead with love and accept people as they are just like Jesus loves us!
I just want to show gratitude for the topics you engage on. They have helped me mould myself in the right time and in absolutely the right way. I am in a phase of recommitment in an all or nothing kind of way. I landed on your podcast and had a few weeks of listening and each have helped change my perspective but also encourage me in my walk with Christ ❤️
Loved when you guys spoke about loving them anyways because Christ loved us when we were hard to love. Sometimes we need that reminder to humble ourselves.
Very concerning that Kat went on and on about Beth Moore. Please research what Beth Moore stands for - and her daughter Amanda. I appreciate your passion for the Lord but it is imperative that in these days we are careful to promote those who stand for TRUTH.
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Daily Grace launched 4 years ago and published 244 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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