Podcast Appearances

After Thought Podcast Guest Appearance Part 1: The Open Letter to Beth Moore


I had a super time chatting with Lauren Hereford on the After Thought podcast. Listen in to part 1 of this episode as Lauren and I discuss my testimony, the Open Letter to Beth Moore and more!


Listen to part 2 here.

You can also subscribe to After Thought on iTunes and Google Play. Be sure to check out Lauren’s blog, Biblical Beginnings, too, and follow along on Facebook and Twitter!

If you’d like to sign the Open Letter to Beth Moore you’re more than welcome to do so (click the link, scroll all the way to the bottom, and leave a comment in the comment box). Also mentioned in the podcast:

An Open Letter to Beth Moore – Timeline of Events

Living Proof You Should Follow Beth (No) Moore

Women and False Teachers: Why Men Don’t Get It, and Why It’s Imperative That They Do

Got a podcast of your own or have a podcasting friend who needs a guest? Need a speaker for a women’s conference or church event? Click the “Speaking Engagements” tab at the top of this page, drop me an e-mail, and let’s chat!

3 thoughts on “After Thought Podcast Guest Appearance Part 1: The Open Letter to Beth Moore”

  1. Great discussion. It is so good to hear TWO godly women at the same time! Looking forward to hearing part 2. There were many women in the SBC church I left that were permanently sucked into Beth’s vacuum of anecdotal theology. They were unreachable. I tried to talk to them, but mostly what I got was “Beth changed my life! I don’t want to hear it.” Notice that it was Beth who did the life changing – not Christ, or what they learned about Christ or the Scriptures through Beth. My heart breaks for these women. The church still continuously uses her “Bible studies”.

    I’m wondering why there was something that sounded like static through that entire audio. It sounded like really poor AM radio. Very distracting, but it didn’t detract from the message. Keep the Faith, ladies!


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