Behind the Veil: Exposing the Evil of Domestic Oppression — The Parker J Cole Show

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Domestic oppression…what is that? Did you know that domestic oppression is the seedbed for every other form of abuse that takes place within families and churches? And did you know that the quantity of people who suffer under domestic oppression within the church is staggering in its pervasiveness?In Behind the Veil: Exposing the Evil of Domestic Oppression and Providing Hope, pastor and biblical counselor Warren Lamb pulls back the veil on an evil that has been too long misunderstood and overlooked in Christian circles.I

Join me as I talk with Pastor Lamb about how to:
:•Identify domestic oppression and its sufferers among us;•Become rescuers comforters of the oppressed

;•Confront and, where possible, call to account those who oppress their families;

•Provide oppression-free churches for God’s children to thrive in;

•Become the safe haven for the oppressed and exploited that Christ intends for it to be.It is high time we effectively partner with Jesus Christ to “proclaim release to the captives…and to set free those who are oppressed.” (Luke 4:18b)

You can call in at 929-477-1965 and press 1 to be live on air. Or, click on the link here: http://tobtr.com/s/11389221.


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A “recovered psychologist,” Warren Lamb has been serving as a pastor, Bible teacher, Biblical counselor, and theology professor for over 30 years.

Experienced in counseling a broad spectrum of troubles, he specializes with survivors of trauma and abuse, abandonment and neglect, domestic oppression and violence, kidnapping and sex-trafficking, and kidnapping.

He also works extensively with the sexually broken, including those struggling with unwanted same-sex attraction. He provides specialized training for churches, including shepherding churches through the aftermath of a leader’s moral failure.

A frequent keynote and workshop presenter at conferences, Warren serves as director of the International Association of Biblical Counselors Training Center at Vancouver Bible Institute in Vancouver, WA. He also serves as director and Lead Counselor at Truth in Love Biblical Counseling Center, and as Lead Teaching Elder at Truth in Love Fellowship.

He and his wife Connie relocated to Orange County, CA, in 2017, so he now personally ministers in both Washington and in California. The current goal is to establish an IABC Training Center in Orange County.

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**SPECIAL EDITION** Men in Love — The Parker J Cole Show

meninlove3Men in Love is a special show — it’s all about love, marriage, romance, and faith all from a male perspective. Dr. Mike Spaulding of Soaring Eagle Radio guest hosts this edition of the Parker J Cole show.

This week, we celebrated Valentine’s Day. A holiday usually steeped in romance, from chocolate hearts, red roses, intimate dinners, and togetherness. However, in celebrating this holiday, marriages are broken, divorce rates skyrockets, and professions of love are only skin deep. For some people, they mean absolutely nothing, empty words for empty hearts.

As an author, I have access to authors from all over. I wanted to hear words of love and what love means from a male perspective. There’s a lot of misandry out there so I wanted to talk to men who used words effectively to show what love meant to them. Several men answered the call and their thoughts are for you to enjoy. Yet, I didn’t want to just say words. We NEED a biblical context for love, romance, marriage, and faith.

So, I reached out to Dr. Mike Spaulding of Soaring Eagle Radio. I’ve been a follower of his show, his blog, and have had the honor of having him talk to us about Men in Love and what it truly means. His concise and poignant commentary is one that I hope will encourage and uplift you. Listen in at 929-477-1965. Or, click on the link here: http://tobtr.com/s/11202903.

The Adulteress Principality, Part 2 — The Parker J Cole Show

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Last month, we began our series on the Adulteress Principality, Join us for part 2 with Rebecca Bruner.

She is everything a woman wants to be — glorious, beautiful, and vivacious. All men want her. She is captivating, exciting, and desirable that men can not help but succumb to her charms.

Hiding among the pages of a magazine, pictured on the billboard of the freeway, or clicked on by a mouse, the Adulteress Principality exists only to destroy the first relationship God created: marriage.

The Adulteress Principality has existed for eons, changing shape and form. She has been a woman of ample proportions. She has been a woman of slim proportions. She changes with changing dictates of the culture and what unattainable beauty demands we place upon ourselves. With silken words, she reaches out and embrace we women with words of cunning. “You do not look, act, or talk like me. I will take him from you and there’s nothing you can do.” To the men, she whispers sweet-honeyed words, “Stolen water is sweet.” With such words she entices the men to her canopied bed. Under the auspices of pleasure, she latches chains of bondage meant to steal, to kill, and to destroy.

The Adulteress Principality is not the ‘other woman’ who make take on her guise. She is a spirit who seeks to destroy not just marriages, but self-esteem, virility, and more.

Join me as I chat with my returning co-host Rebecca Bruner as we continue to discuss the Adulteress Principality. You can call in at our new number 929-477-1965, press 1 to be live on air.

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Marriage Booboos — The Parker J Cole Show

Parker J Cole BannerSome time ago, my sister came over to visit. We sat for a while talking about any and everything like sisters do. The subject eventually turned to our appearance. My twin said, “I’m fatter than you.” To which I said, “No, I’m fatter than you.” Delightfully arguing about why each of us was the bigger twin, suddenly my husband got up and walked by us on his way to either do something manly like playing video games or to escape. I’ll never be sure. “Baby,” I called out to him, “be honest: which one of us is fatter? Me or her?”

I’ve never seen a man look more like a deer caught in headlights while trying to avoid the aim of a hunter’s gun. “Like he’s gonna pick either one of us as the fattest!” My twin roared with laughter as hubby rushed down the hall and away from us. “No matter which way he answered that, it was gonna be wrong.”

Oops! I made a marriage booboo.

Sometimes they’re small little faux pas like the one I mentioned above. Other times they’re bigger and more serious, like hurtful words and actions. Perhaps they’re precipitated by internal things like insecurity, jealousy, or unforgiveness. Perhaps it’s a secret we haven’t shared. Whatever it is, marriage booboos happen. Can we survive them?

Anna Aquino is a preacher, teacher, writer, wife, speaker, and ninja mom wrapped up in a quirky, no-nonsense faith which is direct as well as gentle. Like a piercing sword and a gentle feather. A writer for the website Charisma, she speaks to how Christians can live in victory despite what life, sin, and the enemy throws at it with scripture, wit, and honesty. Join me as we navigate the land mine of marriage booboos. You can call in at 646-668-8485, press 1 to be live on air. Or, download Stitcher on your mobile device. Or, click on the link here: http://tobtr.com/10247627.

The Parker J Cole Show — Empowering Women about Purity with April Kelsey

Parker J Cole BannerJoin me for the month of March as we discuss women’s empowerment in various aspects of life as we celebrate Women’s History Month

The purity movement in the evangelical church is in and of itself a worthy cause. Children of knowledgeable years are encouraged to stay pure or abstain from any premarital sex. They wear promise rings, make sure their clothes are modest, and ensure that time with members of the opposite are limited to group activities where there is not hint of a chance of sexual impropriety.

Unfortunately, the purity movement hasn’t really done much to make our children pure. In fact, the burden of purity is such to where most of those promise keepers tend to break their promise. They’re left feeling guilty, unworthy of God’s love and forgiveness and are given a set f rules to follow that simply adds to the problem.

On this edition of the Parker J Cole show, we’ll be discussing how women can be empowered by purity regardless of their sexual state and how the Church can advocate purity without subjecting our children to a rule book no one can follow. To unfold this topic with me is April Kelsey, blogger of Revolutionary Faith.

You can call in at 646-668-8485, press 1 to be live on air. Or, download the Stitcher app on your mobile device. Click on the link here: http://tobtr.com/8347233.

The Parker J Cole Show — Relationship Month: Husbands & Wives

Parker J Cole BannerPeople make the world go around. That’s a fact. Without people, we really would be a ‘pale blue ball’ like Sagan once said. How we interact with each other helps to build families, communities, and cultures. All this month on the Parker J Cole show, we will be discussing relationships — from husband and wives to friends and siblings. Each week, our commentary will focus on particular aspect of the relational wheel.

This week, we’ll be discussing husbands and wives. This is a particularly hot topic, especially in the Church as various views of what a husband’s and wife’s role is according to biblical teaching. So we’re up for the challenge. Join me as I talked with Pastor Mike Spaulding from Soaring Eagle Radio and the Transforming Word as we talk about the first relationship God ever made — husband and wife.

Call in at 646-668-8485, press 1 to be live on air. Or, you can listen in here:  http://tobtr.com/s/8280731. TUNE IN!

The Parker J Cole Show — The Taboo of Intimacy

It is a known fact that our Western culture is over saturated by sexuality. From advertising to kids’ show, sensuality of some sort makes its way into our brain. Unless you live a place where it isn’t propagated, chances are you’ve been exposed.

Within this culture, there is a purity movement of the church that seeks to have young children and young adults abstain from sexual relations and promote purity, abstinence, and the like. However, in spite of these well-meaning programs, chances are most of these attendees into the programs will likely enter into sexual relationships in their teens despite their promise not to.

So on one hand you have the world telling you to ‘just do it’. On the other hand, you have the Church saying ‘don’t do it’. Where is the balance?

Join me as I give my take on the taboo of intimacy in both the world and the Church on this episode of the Parker J Cole show. You can call in and chat at 646-595-2083, press 1 to be live on air. Or, you can click on the link here: http://tobtr.com/s/7953747. Or, you can download the WLUV radio mobile app. Tune in!