Christian, do you feel that you aren't equipped enough to make a valuable, lasting impact in God's kingdom? Don't believe the lie! As Christians, we are the light of the world, Jesus says, and He tells us not to hide our lights but to let them shine.
The world is growing darker by the hour and now more than ever, God's people need to have the light of God's truth burning bright within them. Here at One Little Candle podcast, you'll find a variety of topics that will encourage, empower, and inspire you to be the light that God has called you to be by contending for the faith that God has entrusted to His people so that we may pass down, un-defiled, the truth of God's infallible word to the next generation.
As God's people, we all have a purpose and responsibility in advancing God's kingdom; standing for truth. When each of us, as a candle in God's kingdom, come together in unity and truth, a great light burns bright and dispels the darkness!
*Encouraging/inspirational stories and testimonies
Stop by every Monday for a brand new episode; some on the lighthearted side and some that tackle life's most controversial and challenging subjects. After all, isn't that what our Christian walk entails? A little of both?
Rebecca Berschwinger is the creator and host of One Little Candle Christian Podcast.
Several years ago, Rebecca responded to God's call to go forth and empower and encourage believers to know not just what they believe, but why they believe and to stand firm in God's transcendent truths.
She has had the privilege of teaching Christian Worldview classes to high-schoolers along with creating and teaching Bible studies to the male and female inmates at her local county jail.
She has served as a crisis pregnancy counselor for the Alpha Pregnancy Center and most recently as a Discipleship Coach for the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, and is currently a devotional writer for the Fruits of Faith Ministries Christian Group.
Along with studying Systemic Theology and for her certificate in Christian Apologetics, Rebecca enjoys her role as a wife, mom of four, and Nana to seven precious grandchildren. In addition to spending time with her family, Rebecca also enjoys reading, writing, creating Christian t-shirts, camping, and gardening.