Care Ministry Podcast

Jacob's Well Eau Claire

Why is Self Care Important?

November 19, 2020

A conversation with Diane Bryant regarding the awareness of your own self care, being able to recognize the need for next steps in your own care, and how the current events of these times make this awareness important. Self care is an important step in one's journey with Christ.

Belt of Truth & Breastplate of Righteousness

January 16, 2021

As we look at part 2 of the Armor of God and self care, we will focus on the Belt of Truth and the Breastplate of Righteousness and how they apply to us.

Shoes of Peace & Shield of Faith

January 25, 2021

The Shoes/Boots of Peace and the Shield of Faith, how God provides them for us as part of our self care.

Helmet of Salvation

January 27, 2021

This is our 4th and final part of our Self-Care series. Talking about the Helmet of Salvation and the Sword of the Spirit.

Communication & Active Listening

May 6, 2021 • Tauna Stibor

Communication is key in any relationship, when caring for others they want to be heard. Good communication includes verbal and non verbal (body language) skills, as well as Active Listening, which is the most important piece for good communication.

Discussion on Boundaries

August 18, 2021

Tauna Stibor and Cassie Draper talk about boundaries in relationships–The importance of setting healthy boundaries when caring for others, with simple suggestions and tips to try today!

The Relationship Dance, Part 1

August 2, 2021

The Relationship Dance, Part 2

August 3, 2021

Continuing with the Relationship Dance, Gina Young talks about some of the dance patterns that may arise in marriage. Beginning with the healthy steps of pursue-pursue, problems begin to arise when the couple begins to fall into the pursue-withdraw pattern. If these problems are not addressed, a withdraw-withdraw pattern might emerge.

The Relationship Dance, Part 3

August 4, 2021

In this final segment of the Relationship Dance with Gina Young, the message addresses those marriage relationships in unhealthy patterns. Using the acronym TEMPO (Trigger, Emotion, Meaning, Protective action, and Organize), Gina encourages individuals to identify what they are experiencing and to have conversations with your spouse.

When Helping Hurts

March 4, 2021

Have you been in that situation when someone you know or love has gone through a traumatic event such as divorce, loss of a loved one, or chronic illness and you don't know what to say or do? Through this podcast we will offer you some helpful ideas and suggestions of what helps and hurts in some of these situations.