Slowly Unraveled with Rachel Craddock
Is the Gospel really changing your life? We know it should make a difference, but if we are honest, change is hard and messy. On today’s episode, Rachael Craddock joins Karen Hodge to talk about how the gospel has been slowly unraveling her past, to make her a new creation in Christ.
- What is the difference between shame and guilt?
- In Ephesians 4, what are you to put off and put on?
- Describe a time when your plans went out the window, and you had to trust in God’s plan.
- How do you identify with Rachael’s struggle with control?
- What Bible verses apply to your area of struggle?
- Who can you lean on to help you hold on to the truth?
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About the Speaker:
Rachel Craddock is a graduate of Eastern Kentucky University (05’ B.A. Education) and a first-grade teacher at heart.
Rachel has been in the PCA since she became a Christian through the ministry of Campus Outreach during her time at Eastern Kentucky University. She has served in children’s, youth, and women’s ministries in the local churches she has attended over the years. Rachel currently serves as the Women’s Ministry Coordinator at North Cincinnati Community Church and is a writer and speaker. She writes on her blog and speaks at women’s events and retreats out of a desire to encourage women in a relatable way to practically apply the gospel to their daily lives.
When not busy serving in her community as a substitute teacher in the public schools or parenting her four fun children Ezra (9), Asher (8), Caleb (6), and Lydia Jane (4), Rachel enjoys reading, dark roast coffee, trail running, traveling, date nights, and blogging. She and her family are members of North Cincinnati Community Church in Mason, Ohio where her husband serves as lead pastor.
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