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Cultivate with Kelly Minter

English, Religion, 1 seasons, 58 episodes, 1 day 6 hours 41 minutes
The Cultivate Podcast is all about deepening our understanding of Scripture for a deeper love of Jesus. That’s my simple hope. Yet we live in a crazy busy culture that makes it hard to prioritize Bible study. Not to mention, for many of us the Bible can be plain confusing or intimidating. That’s why I’m so excited about this podcast! We’ll get to study God’s Word together. Absolutely nothing has gone after every crevice of my heart like Scripture. It’s the most relevant and alive book on earth and I can’t wait for God to meet you exactly where you’re at as we open the Bible together. I also happen to love cooking, gardening, having people over, and deep relationships. So I’ll always do my best to keep it real, practical, and personal. Whether you’re brand new to the Bible or a seasoned student of Scripture, I hope you’ll join me on this hopeful journey.New episodes air every Tuesday. Make sure to subscribe so you never miss an episode. About Kelly MinterHi There. My name is Kelly Minter and I’m a Bible study author and teacher. I’ve written several Bible studies for Lifeway, including Finding God Faithful, All Things New, No Other Gods, Ruth, and a few others. I love to teach the Bible at my Cultivate Events across the country and also locally at my home church. I have a passion for missions, which is why I also work in the Amazon jungles of Brazil and the Eastern European country of Moldova with Justice & Mercy International. I wrote a book about my work in the Amazon called Wherever The River Runs. It’s dear to my heart. I also love cooking, gardening, and having people to my house. It turns out, I pretty much wanted to write about that too, so a cookbook called A Place at the Table was born. Mostly, I love engaging with people as we study God’s Word together, which is why I’m especially excited about the brand new Cultivate Podcast. For a free 21-day devotional called The Blessed Life visit me at Also, I’d love to connect with you on Instagram and Facebook.
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Ep 57: Answering God's Call On Your Life

We’re back in the book of Ezra, walking with the exiles who answered the call to return to Jerusalem. For most of them, staying would have been easier. Just like the Jews in the Old Testament it’s easy to stay in our comfort zones, forgetting the privilege of sacrificing for God's call on our lives. In today’s episode, we’re talking about the high call of studying and obeying God’s word, living a life worthy of our call, and giving our all for Christ. And we’ll remember that nothing can be accomplished without the grace of God in our lives.  Episode Points You can only obey what you know, and you can only teach what you’ve obeyed.  God’s call on your life will require sacrifice. But it’s worth it!  Since we’re called to handle holy things, we must live holy lives. Your calling can only be accomplished by God’s grace.  Scripture References Ezra 7:1-6, 10  Ezra 7:13, 27-28  Ezra 8:15 
33 minutes 31 seconds
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Ep 56: When God Is Doing A New Thing

It’s all too easy to hang on to the old when God is doing a new thing. In today’s episode, we’re looking at the exiles’ return to Jerusalem to rebuild God’s temple. Some had hoped God would help them rebuild what they had before. What the people didn’t understand is that God was doing a new thing. Like the exiles, sometimes we look around at what’s broken-down or overgrown in our lives, and we can’t imagine that God wants (and is able) to do something new. Today’s episode will encourage you to embrace “the day of small things,” to get going with what God wants you to do even if things aren’t “just right,” and to remember that just because we face opposition, it doesn’t mean God’s call on our lives has ceased.
33 minutes 20 seconds
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Ep 55: The Power of Forgiveness (And Why It's So Hard)

Today we’re talking about the power—and challenge—of forgiveness, and why it’s so essential. Unforgiveness causes division in our relationships, is a strategy of the enemy, and disrupts our intimacy with Christ. On the positive side, Jesus empowers us to forgive, desires that we’re free from bitterness and anger, and loves reconciliation. Also, He is able to bring about justice. If forgiveness is essential, why is it so hard? In this episode, we’ll examine three reasons that make it challenging, as well as several benefits. Ultimately we’ll discover that forgiving others isn’t only a gift to the person who hurt us, but it’s one of God’s gifts to us.
36 minutes 17 seconds
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Ep 54: When Healing Is Disruptive

Today we’re looking at the liberating healing of Jesus, and how that healing can sometimes be disruptive. Be encouraged, if the healing Jesus is bringing you is uncomfortable or even painful, you’re on the right path. If we’re honest, we often want His healing, but we want it on our terms. In this episode, we’ll confront the ways our unhealthy habits keep us from the good work He wants to do in our lives. Are we willing to abandon our own plans and comforts so that He can fully lead and have authority in our lives? Will we offer up all areas of our lives so that we can most experience His abundant life? We’re going to challenge ourselves to answer these difficult questions and find true freedom in giving it all over to Jesus, the One who is worth our all. I hope this episode will encourage you to surrender more fully to Him. Cultivate is sponsored in part by "When You Pray." Find out more at
29 minutes 52 seconds
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Ep 39: Christmas Series: Rethinking the Hallmark Christmas Ideal

Our expectations of Christmas can feel like they come from a Hallmark movie, which doesn’t do us a lot of favors (as much as we love them). The cultural ideal that we’ll be fulfilled and content at Christmas, that everything will fall into place, acts as a magnifying glass to the unmet expectations that we hold all year round.&nbsp; Through the lives of Elizabeth and Mary, we get a bit of a cultural reset when it comes to our Christmas ideals. What's so helpful about Mary and Elizabeth’s story is the realistic Christmas it portrays—one full of God’s promises being fulfilled in the midst of difficult seasons. By returning to this Scripture, we can sift through the romantic version of a cultural Christmas and see something truthful. A Christmas that celebrates God’s promises coming to fruition in the midst of a dark and waiting world in the person of Jesus.&nbsp; Don’t forget to sign up here</a
29 minutes 17 seconds
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Ep 19: The God Who Speaks

The Bible has absolutely changed my life and met me in the deepest places of my heart, but that doesn’t mean it’s an easy book to understand. If you feel like the Bible has grown distant or dry, or if you’re simply confused by what you read at times, you’re not alone! This week we’re going to join Nehemiah and the Jewish people of the day opposite the Water Gate in Jerusalem as God’s Word was brought back into the center of city life after a long exile. You’ll be amazed at the people’s reaction—they wept, celebrated, feasted, mourned, studied, and everything in between. God’s Word was and is so compelling.&nbsp; We’ll also discover that even God’s chosen people needed explanation and instruction about God’s Law. This should encourage us as we seek to grow in our understanding. Perhaps what excites me most is that the Word of God is meant to intersect with our daily lives all these years later. I can’t think of anything more meaningful than hearing God’s voice through its page
37 minutes 52 seconds
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Ep 38: Christmas Series: The Unexpected Family Tree of Jesus

I don’t know about you, but I’m fully invested in the Christmas season. Today, we’re diving into a series of Christmas episodes and to kick it off, we’re starting in the book of Matthew. Matthew spends most of the first chapter outlining the genealogy of Jesus. While a genealogy may not seem like the most show stopping opener, the cultural and historical implications of this chapter are deeply impactful. The genealogy of Jesus is countercultural. It is rare to find women listed in genealogies and the women highlighted here are not classified by their squeaky clean lives or heritages. The effects of shame, prejudice, disobedience, loneliness all permeate the lives of the women in Jesus’ line. As we look at these women, we can’t help but see reflections of our own hearts and stories. And in that reflection I pray we will see the all-encompassing salvation gift given to us through the life and death of Jesus.&nbsp; Don’t forget to sign up here for the <a href="https://onl
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Ep 27: Psalm 19: God’s Word Can Renew Your Life

Psalm 19 is all about God’s desire to speak to us! He not only communicates to our senses through His creation but He speaks directly to us through His Word. Sometimes we need to be reminded of how much God wants to commune with us. Psalm 19 reminds us! In this Psalm David tells us what God’s Word is: perfect, trustworthy, right, and full of light. And he also tells us what it does: renews our life, gives us wisdom, makes us glad, and lightens our perspective. All positive gifts!&nbsp; Maybe you grew up in a legalistic environment where Scripture came off as oppressive or only a list of rules. David tells us just the opposite—God’s Word is literally life-giving. He goes so far as to say it tastes sweeter than honey (and I am personally a ridiculous fan of honey). If you need encouragement about God’s Word, if you’ve ever wondered if it is truly good and trustworthy, pull up a chair at my dining room table for this week’s episode. And have some honey.&nbsp; For the full
34 minutes 37 seconds
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Ep 53: The Hope Of The Cross

Today we’re looking at the significance of the cross and what it means for us. What specifically did the cross accomplish? Why was it necessary? And what hope does it offer for the present? We’re going to dive in deep (get ready for some big words!) as we talk about how Jesus acted as our substitute, not only taking our sin upon Himself on the cross, but wiping it out completely. And by doing so, freely bringing us into relationship with Himself. You’ll be blessed by this closer look at Jesus’s death on the cross and His love for you.&nbsp; Cultivate is sponsored in part by "When You Pray." Find out more at
33 minutes 54 seconds
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Ep 45: Sermon on the Mount: Overcoming Obstacles to Prayer

Today we’re looking at prayer in Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount. So often we wonder if prayer works, if God really cares, or why even pray if God already knows what we need? Sometimes we even question whether the God we pray to is good. I’m excited for this episode because Jesus’ teaching addresses so many of our questions. And where our questions remain unanswered He goes out of His way to reveal the good heart of God toward us. I’m looking forward to wrapping up our short 4-part series out of Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount with you. I hope it will encourage you in your prayer life.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Looking for a new ONLINE Bible Study? Sign up at for the Encountering God Online Bible study. Registration is open from Jan 13 through March 1! To order the Encountering God Bible study, visit
29 minutes 20 seconds
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Ep 7: Chosen To Bear Fruit

Is living from a place of rest truly possible? How do we faithfully walk through seasons of pruning and discipline? What does it take to bear healthy fruit? The vibrant imagery used throughout Jesus’s teaching in John 15:1-5 powerfully depicts how, as Christ followers, our lives are meant to matter. Join Kelly as she walks through the 7th I AM statement of Jesus, “I Am the True Vine.” Your life was meant to matter. You’re called to bear much fruit—fruit that will impact generations.&nbsp; “The Master Gardener is perfect in His work. He is perfect in His pruning. He never makes a mistake; There is nothing that He is going to go after in your life that will not result in even more fruit.”&nbsp; Scripture References John 15:1-5, 16 1 John 2:19 Hebrews 12:11 John 15:7 Helpful Notes 1. We Bear Fruit when we’re attached to the True Vine Vine + Branch = Fruit 2. We bear more frui
31 minutes 35 seconds
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Ep 51: When God Wants To Do More Than You Hope For

In today’s episode, we’re looking at the story of a woman in Luke 8 who was healed of a physical illness. But Jesus did more than heal her physically. We’ll leave the details for the podcast, but Jesus stopped (in the middle of a pressing situation) and gave this woman more than she even knew to hope for. Jesus loved her too much to let her settle for mere physical healing. He wanted to take away her shame. Sometimes we ask Jesus for too little. Sometimes we come to Him for one thing but what we really need is something totally different. I hope today’s episode will encourage you to let Him have His way in your life. He knows what you need.&nbsp; Episode Points 1. God’s grace is not bound by time or location.&nbsp; 2. God’s grace can handle your whole truth. 3. God’s grace does more than we think we need. 4. The enemy comes to shame; Jesus comes to restore.&nbsp; Kelly’s first devotional book releases today, February 7th! The Blessed
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Ep 44: Sermon on the Mount: Worry, Anxiety, and Considering the Birds

Perhaps more than ever we’re living in a day of worry and anxiety. But this isn’t new. Over 2,000 years ago Jesus stood on the edge of the Sea of Galilee and addressed our tendency to let anxiety overtake us. We’re continuing to move through Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount where we’ll find real help for our anxious souls.&nbsp; A sneak peek at what’s in store? When we treasure the wrong things our hearts become anxious. But when our hearts value eternal things—our relationship with God and others—our treasures are secure. One of my favorite parts of Jesus’ sermon is when He tells us to look at the birds and flowers to see how He cares for them. How much more He cares for us! We’re unpacking all of this and more. I hope you’ll join me for some soul rest in this episode.&nbsp;&nbsp; Looking for a new ONLINE Bible Study? Sign up here for the Encountering God Online Bible study, starting January 1
33 minutes 27 seconds
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Ep 41: Christmas Series: The Promised Light Has Dawned

During the Christmas season it’s easy to get lost in the holiday swirl and lose sight of the promises that God has kept through Jesus. That’s why in this episode we’re looking at Zechariah’s song of praise. His words will give us hope and perspective no matter what we’re going through. As Zechariah recounts the history of Israel and the dawning redemption, our spirits will be lifted.&nbsp; As we go into a new year, remember that our God is a promise keeper and He is not forgetful of us or His promises. While this season may carry both joy and difficulty, we have good news! God kept His promise in sending a Savior into the world, Immanuel, God with us.&nbsp; Don’t forget to sign up here for the Encountering God Online Bible study, starting January 13, 2022. To order the Encountering God Bible study, click here.
31 minutes 41 seconds
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Ep 12: Following Jesus Into The Boat

What is something the Lord has healed you from? How can you serve and worship Him out of that place of healing? And are you ready to follow Jesus into the boat, even if it means storms? It’s the second week of our Jesus Changes Everything collection! This week we’ll be looking at the healing of Peter’s mother-in-law, as well as what it means to be a true disciple of Christ. We’ll be encouraged that it’s infinitely better to be in a storm with Jesus than it is to be in calm circumstances without Him. And we’ll consider what kind of disciple we really are. An under-eager follower who’s putting off a life with Jesus; An overeager follower who hasn’t counted the cost; Or one who’s in the boat with Jesus, leaning into His presence.&nbsp; Join me on this journey as we learn more about the healings and miracles of Jesus in this new collection of episodes called Jesus Changes Everything.&nbsp; For more from Kelly and to check out the full show notes visit <a hr
31 minutes 12 seconds
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Ep 42: Sermon on the Mount: Countercultural Blessings

As we begin a new series in the New Year, I’m excited to focus on Jesus’s Sermon on the Mount in this new four-part series. We’re starting with the Beatitudes where Jesus gives descriptions of what it looks like to flourish and thrive in this life because of the arrival of His kingdom. He gives us an entirely new way to live! And it’s inherently countercultural to what our world defines as blessing.&nbsp;&nbsp; The message of the Beatitudes is not reserved for those who have every materialistic luxury. In fact, Jesus initially taught this message to a group of people who were historically oppressed and marginalized. And the Beatitudes are not a to-do list for Christians, but instead a definition of Christ followers and how they walk in the newness of Christ’s kingdom. It’s a declaration–when you find yourself in these conditions and you’re a follower of Christ, you are blessed. As we go into a new year, remember that our God is a promise keeper and He is not forgetful
34 minutes 59 seconds
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Ep 8: The Blessings Of Friendship With Jesus

Has friendship with Jesus felt like a distant, almost-impossible relationship—especially when you can’t see, touch, or hear Him? Today Kelly is walking through John 15:9-17 where we’ll study a fascinating conversation Jesus had with His disciples. Jesus called His followers friends and He did so right before He left them. This isn’t the timing you would expect. But we’ll find that even in Jesus’s physical absence, He intended His disciples to continue experiencing the blessings of being in a real, vibrant relationship with Himself. And He offers us the same.&nbsp;&nbsp; Today we’ll look at the blessings that come from a rich friendship with Christ—love, joy, never being alone, answered prayer, and a life that matters. Also, we’ll discover what it means to dwell in the blessings of His love.&nbsp;&nbsp; “A life of being in Christ is a life where you are never alone” Scripture References John 15:9-17John 15:8&nbsp; Relevant Links</
31 minutes 26 seconds
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Ep 14: Following Jesus Into Sacred Spaces

Don’t settle for less than the healing Jesus wants to do in your life and heart! He often wants to bring us a deeper healing than what we’re even looking for. This week we’ll see Jesus not only heal a woman physically who had suffered for 12 years, we’ll see Him remove the shame and isolation that plagued her. We’ll also see His ability to operate outside of our timetables. A religious leader named Jairus will witness firsthand Jesus’ sovereignty over time, even in his most urgent trial. Lastly, we’ll follow Jesus and His disciples into a sacred space no one else was invited into. This episode is packed with the goodness and power of Jesus in our lives! Join me as we continue to learn more about the healings and miracles of Jesus in this collection of episodes called Jesus Changes Everything! For more from Kelly and to check out the full show notes visit
29 minutes 42 seconds
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Ep 18: Standing Up For The Powerless

It’s easy to get distracted from what God has called us to do especially in the culture we live in. And it’s tempting to rely on our own strength to accomplish a God-sized task even though we may be burning it at both ends. And how discouraging it can be when conflict isn’t coming from the outside but from within. Nehemiah faced similar struggles and gives us a compelling picture of how to walk through them with God as our strength.&nbsp; We have a great passage ahead of us today! We’ll see how Nehemiah took an active approach to dealing with injustice. How he was taken with what God had given him to do over taking his place at a fancy table. And how he refused to allow distractions to pull him away from the work God had entrusted to him. You do not want to miss this episode as we continue through the book of Nehemiah! There’s a seat waiting for you at my dining room table.&nbsp; For the full show notes visit ke
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Ep 24: Putting On The Character of Christ: Humility and Meekness

Humility and meekness can be two of the most challenging virtues to display but they are two of the most impacting. If you struggle with humility, we’ll see how what we’re grasping on to is often what’s keeping us from a humble posture. And if you’ve ever mistook meekness for weakness, it’s anything but. Meekness is power under control. It takes a great deal of strength to exhibit this particular virtue which is why it’s one of my favorites in Paul’s list.&nbsp; This series will impact our relationships, everyone from family members, friends, co-workers, people we love, even those who have hurt us. We’ll be working our way through Colossians 3:12-15 where Paul talks about putting on compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness, patience, along with forgiveness, love, gratitude, and peace. Also, for our Cultivate listeners, Kelly’s book The Fitting Room: Putting on the Character of Christ is 25% off if you’d like to go deeper. Just go to <a href="" target
33 minutes 27 seconds
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Ep 50: Positioning Your Heart For The New Year

A new year comes with much to do, plan for, and be excited about. But, at the start of these 365 days, it’s important that we take time to position our hearts before the Lord. It’s easy to focus on all of the doing, but what if we focus on the being—being at the feet of Jesus and listening to what He has to say to us? When we spend time with Him, our serving and productivity will flow out of that time.&nbsp; In this episode, we’re looking at Mary and Martha’s encounter with Jesus in Luke 10:38-42. He called them to a place of discipleship and a posture of choosing quality time with Him as superior to being anxiously busy for Him. Jesus invited these two sisters, as he invites us, to a deeper communion with Him. He said that this is the better choice because time spent with Him can never be taken away. Don’t we want to be about the things that can never be taken away from us?&nbsp; We don’t know what the year ahead holds, the hard times and the good times, but the quali
32 minutes 44 seconds
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Ep 32: Encountering God: The Spiritual Discipline of Worship

Get ready for a blast of an interview with the one and only Lisa Harper. No one brings the joy or laughter like Lisa. This week we’re talking about the spiritual discipline of worship and the many forms that worship takes. We discuss Jesus’ encounter with the woman from Samaria and the heartfelt ways she worshipped in spirit and truth—even after years of being discarded by men who didn’t love her.&nbsp; Lisa shares from her own places of past heartbreak and how she’s found healing and renewal through the spiritual practice of worship. Plus, Lisa’s just as real and fun as they come. Don’t miss this episode and be sure to share it with a friend. Your spirit is sure to be lifted!&nbsp; To pre-order Kelly’s new Bible study, visit and use the code CULTIVATE at checkout for 30% off. For the full show notes visit kellyminte
35 minutes 47 seconds
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Ep 2: Miracles In The Mundane

“The miracle took place somewhere in the midst of the servant’s obedience”Today’s EpisodeWe’re so glad you’re back for another episode of the Cultivate Podcast with Kelly Minter. Continuing to work our way down Kelly’s “Top Hits” of her favorite Scripture passages, today we’re getting dressed up and going to a wedding! Many of you are familiar with the story of Jesus turning water into wine, but Kelly will bring your attention to some overlooked characters who play a vital role in this joyous occasion. (No spoilers, though.)The word obedience can feel joyless and stifling. We want its benefits and blessings without the effort or surrender. But in John 2 we’ll see that the ones who obeyed Jesus were the ones who discovered the secret—the Source of the wine. We’ll discover how powerful and important even the smallest and simplest acts of obedience and servanthood can be, as Kelly invites you into the story of John 2 and the ways it has impacted
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Ep 40: Christmas Series: In the Waiting and Longing

Today, we’re unwrapping the story of Anna, the prophetess in Luke’s Gospel. She has a special place in God’s story of redemption, and she serves as a representative for all of us in seasons of waiting and longing. Widowed for 84 years, a woman of modest means, and from an exiled people group, we see God’s favor and grace shine through her life. Perhaps you feel disqualified from God’s grace. Or you’re struggling to keep sight of Jesus in a season of unmet longing. Anna’s story will remind you that God’s redemption is on offer for everyone. I hope her story finds and refreshes your soul today amid the craziness of this and every season. If you’re longing and waiting in the midst of hardship, allow Anna to be a reminder of what to do when you wait. And more importantly, who to trust in the waiting.&nbsp; Don’t forget to sign up here for the Encountering God Online Bible study, starting Janu
30 minutes 31 seconds
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Ep 25: Putting On The Character of Christ: Patience and Forgiveness

Patience can be such a difficult virtue because it usually costs us something, whether it be time, efficiency, or productivity. It means slowing down and forgoing something we want in the moment for the sake of someone else. And we all know forgiveness can be one of the most difficult responses especially when we’ve been deeply hurt or have lost something dear to us.&nbsp; We’ll be reminded that we show patience and offer forgiveness because this is what Christ has shown us. We’re in for a meaningful episode as we talk about these two interconnected displays of Christ likeness. And for Cultivate listeners, we’re offering 25% off Kelly’s book The Fitting Room: Putting on the Character of Christ if you’d like to go deeper. Just visit and use the CODE: Cultivatethevirtues For the full show notes visit
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Ep 26: Putting On The Character of Christ: Love, Peace, and Gratitude

We’re tying up our series on the character of Christ with three crowning virtues: Love, peace, and gratitude. We’ll see that without love all the other virtues fall apart—love is what holds them all together. Peace is more than just a settled internal state of being. Paul longs for us to live in peace with one another because it’s part of what we’ve been called to. And, lastly, he reminds us to be thankful. A heart overflowing with thankfulness will naturally be a spring from which the virtues of Christ flow. 1 John 4:7-11 I hope you’ve loved this series. If you’d like to go deeper we’re offering 25% off Kelly’s book The Fitting Room: Putting on the Character of Christ for our Cultivate listeners. Just visit and use the CODE: Cultivatethevirtues For the full show notes visit
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Ep 4: When People Aren’t Enough

“Though Jacob never chose Leah, God had chosen her.” Today’s Episode Have you ever thought, if only this person would change I’d finally be happy? Or if this person would choose me I’d be fulfilled? Sharing one of the more personal chapters of her story, Kelly will help us recognize idolatry in our own lives. Especially when it comes to the false gods of people. We’ll look at the lives of Rachel and Leah (Genesis 29-30) who had both made false gods out of people. Things like comparison, jealousy, anger, and manipulation had gotten the best of them. As a result, they often missed the pursuit and blessing of God in their lives.&nbsp; Leah and Rachel are relatable examples of what happens when we try to find our fulfillment in our relationships or our status we will always be let down. More than just trying to overcome jealousy and comparison, today we’ll see that the Lord’s timing is always better than our own. His pursuit of us is always richer t
30 minutes 56 seconds
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Ep 23: Putting On The Character of Christ: Compassion and Goodness

We’re hitting the ground with the first two characteristics of Christ that Paul tells us to literally put on; Compassion and goodness (sometimes translated kindness). Can you imagine how different our relationships might look if these were the first two qualities people met in us? We’ll take a look at what each word means in its original language and how it applies to our life today. We’re about to get super practical.&nbsp; This series will impact our relationships, everyone from family members, friends, co-workers, people we love, even those who have hurt us. We’ll be working our way through Colossians 3:12-15 where Paul talks about putting on compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness, patience, along with forgiveness, love, gratitude, and peace. Also, for our Cultivate listeners we have a special offer of 25% off Kelly’s book The Fitting Room: Putting on the Character of Christ if you’d like to go deeper.&nbsp; For the full show notes visit <a href="https://kellymi
29 minutes 45 seconds
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Ep 46: The Hope and Renewal of God's Word

The Cultivate Podcast is back! I’m so excited to be in my living room walking through 2 Timothy 3:16-17 with you. In this fresh episode, we’ll look at 4 ways God’s Word uniquely impacts our lives. One of my deepest hopes is to help you see how Scripture connects to the everyday challenges we face and the internal struggles we deal with. God’s Word has renewed my life, given me hope, and redirected me when I needed it—and He longs to do the same for you!&nbsp; In this episode, we’ll get to make these practical and hope-filled connections as we reflect on the encouragement that the Apostle Paul gave his younger friend Timothy. No matter where you are in your faith journey, today’s episode about the power of Scripture will be an inspiring listen.&nbsp;&nbsp; To go deeper, you can order Kelly’s "Encountering God" bible study. Cultivate is brought to you in part by the Dwell Bible App. Save 30% at<a
33 minutes 28 seconds
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Ep 22: Putting On The Character of Christ: Living From A Place Of Belonging

We’re starting a brand new series on the character of Christ and how to practically live out His virtues in our everyday lives. This series will impact our relationships, everyone from family members, friends, co-workers, people we love, even those who have hurt us. We’ll be working our way through Colossians 3:12-15 where Paul talks about putting on compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness, patience, along with forgiveness, love, gratitude, and peace.&nbsp; First, we’ll set the essential groundwork of living from a place of security, calling, and belonging. When we know we’re chosen, set apart, and dearly loved by God (Col. 3:12), it changes everything about how we approach the fruit of the Spirit. This is not about trying harder but about living like who Christ says we already are in Him. For the full show notes visit
33 minutes 54 seconds
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Ep 10: Stepping Out In Faith When It’s Your Turn

What will you do when God says to you, “It’s your turn”? We’ve all doubted our abilities, wondered if we have what it takes, or whether we can fill the shoes that came before us. No matter the unknowns, are you willing to trust God and step into His calling? Join me as we look at Joshua’s life and God’s call for him to lead the Israelites out of the wilderness and into the promised land. Moses left an enormous task behind, but God had called Joshua and promised to never leave his side. God equips us for what He’s called us to! No matter what challenges we face, God will never leave us or forsake us. Is it your turn? Are you willing to step out in faith believing God is able?&nbsp; For more from Kelly visit
29 minutes 56 seconds
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Ep 15: Finding Your True Fulfillment

Finding fulfillment and joy in life can be hard to come by. I struggled with this for the longest time, looking to be satisfied by my pursuits, pleasures, possessions… But my greatest fulfillment came when I followed Jesus into what He refers to as His harvest field. It’s a metaphor Jesus uses to describe serving and loving people in His Kingdom. You have a unique place in God’s mission to this world! And accomplishing His call on your life is where the joy and fulfillment comes!&nbsp; In this episode, we’ll also see that when our circumstances are the darkest we can sometimes see Jesus with the greatest clarity. I share a lot of my own personal experiences in our last episodes of the Jesus Changes Everything collection! So Join us today and invite your friends to listen along.&nbsp;&nbsp; For more from Kelly and to check out the full show notes visit
34 minutes 16 seconds
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Ep 11: Jesus Heals The Outcasts

If you’ve ever wondered what God is like, look no further than Jesus. And if you’ve wondered what Jesus is like, His compassion for the sick, forgotten, and outsider reveals His unmatched heart of love and kindness for people like you and me. Join me as we begin a brand new collection of messages called Jesus Changes Everything! We’ll be looking specifically at His healings and miracles. Today we’ll dive into the Gospel of Matthew where Jesus demonstrates not only His ability but His willingness to heal both a leper and a Roman centurion’s servant. We’ll be encouraged by Jesus’ power and compassion as we watch Him break down religious and social barriers to bring His “contagious holiness.”&nbsp; Don’t miss the first of this new collection of messages from Matthew 8-9! In the next several episodes, we will see 10 miracles of Jesus at work and the specific way that Matthew groups these stories together to illustrate the characteristics and life of Jesus.
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Ep 33: Encountering God: The Spiritual Discipline of Sabbath Rest

Who is ready for the one and only Kristi McLelland? Today we’re talking sabbath rest, and few know this discipline like Kristi. She’s a biblical culturalist who studies the Scriptures through a middle eastern perspective. In this episode she uncovers beautiful truths about how the Jewish people practiced Sabbath, how we’re to practice it today, and how when we choose rest it’s an active way of choosing Christ.&nbsp; While we live in a world of busyness and rush, setting aside time to rest is a way of renewing our souls, telling the Lord we trust Him to handle all of life’s worries, and celebrating our redemption in Christ! Who doesn’t want more of this? If you’re tired, worn down, and living without margin, this is an episode that will be so encouraging for your soul.&nbsp; Sign up at for the Encountering God Online Bible study, starting January 13, 2022. Order the <a hr
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Ep 52: Lessons From The Jungle

I just returned from the Amazon jungle, where I spent a week with jungle pastors who serve along the Amazon river. I’ll talk about some of the lessons I learned from them in today’s episode. And how they helped me better understand Paul’s encouragement to run our race for the ultimate prize.&nbsp; Their encouragement to us will help us step out of our comfort zones and into the boat with Jesus (something the people on the Amazon River do literally). I hope today’s episode encourages you to run the race that Jesus has for you. He will lead you if you’re willing to follow Him. Episode Points 1. If we’re reaping spiritually, we should be giving generously. 2. We will only live spiritually disciplined lives if our prize is in focus. 3. “Following Jesus was worth it then, it’s worth it now, it’s worth it all.” Pastor Gioval Kelly’s first devotional book is available now! 'The Blessed Life' is for anyone willing to take a thoughtful, 90-day journe
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Ep 0: Introduction to the Cultivate Podcast with Kelly Minter

Welcome to the Cultivate Podcast which is all about deepening your understanding of Scripture for a deeper love of Jesus. We live in a crazy busy culture that makes it hard to prioritize Bible study. Not to mention, for many of us the Bible can be plain confusing or intimidating. That’s why we're so excited about this podcast, we’ll get to study God’s Word together . It all starts Tuesday, March 23, so make sure to subscribe now so you never miss a Tuesday episode!
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Ep 35: Encountering God: The Spiritual Discipline of Service

This week we’re looking at the spiritual discipline of service. Serving others and looking outside of ourselves is just good medicine. But if you’re anything like me, when you’re tired, discouraged, or feeling hopeless, the last thing you want to do is think about how you can help others. We want to turn inward, not outward. But Jesus constantly modeled giving His life away for others and He never lacked joy, peace, or contentment.&nbsp; I couldn’t be more excited to have my pastor and friend, Jeff Simmons, on the podcast today. He is one of the most servant-hearted people I know. We’ll be unpacking Matthew 20:20-28 where Jesus talks about what it means to be great in His kingdom—and, no surprises, it has to do with being a servant. Jeff and I will share from the heart and give practical examples of what it looks like to serve others in our modern, busy world. This episode is a breath of fresh air you don’t want to miss.&nbsp; Sign up at <a href="http://onlinestudy.lif
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Ep 17: The God Who Rebuilds

Perhaps you’ve wondered whether God can restore and rebuild what’s impossibly broken. One of my favorite aspects of the book of Nehemiah is that it is not a book about building but a book about rebuilding! Even though Jerusalem was broken down because the people had turned their back on God, God’s covenant of love with His people prevailed! This truth carries into our own day even more so through Jesus. He is passionate about rebuilding and restoring lives!&nbsp; In this week’s episode we’ll continue to see that we’re not called to do God’s work alone. All different types of people labored alongside the wall side by side. And perhaps my favorite element of this week’s passage is how even the rubble in our lives can’t ultimately stop us when God is with us and we’re doing what He’s called us to do. Join me for the second episode in our 6-episode collection on the book of Nehemiah! For more from Kelly and to check out the full show notes visit <a href="https://kellyminte
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Ep 37: Praying The Will Of God

How do we figure out what God’s will is for our life? How do we know how to carry that will out? And what do we pray when we’re not sure what to pray for? Today we’re looking at what the Apostle Paul prayed for the believers at the church in Colossae. And it’s as relevant today as it was then!&nbsp; I love this Scripture because I can pray it when I don’t have the words to pray. It serves as a guide I can trust, and helps me think God’s thoughts about my circumstances. It also reminds me of the many blessings we have in Christ: strength, joy, gratitude, redemption, forgiveness, and inheritance… And last but not least, It’s a go-to prayer I often pray for others.&nbsp;&nbsp; Don’t forget to sign up here for the Encountering God Online Bible study, starting January 13, 2022. To order the Encountering God Bible study, visit <a href="" target="_se
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Ep 16: God Can Use Your Broken Heart

Have you ever wondered what God is calling you to do? Or what your purpose is? Sometimes the very thing that breaks your heart is the area of ministry God is calling you to. This week we’re starting a brand new collection of episodes on the book of Nehemiah! We’ll take a look at how Nehemiah’s heart broke for the suffering Jews so much that he left the comfort of his Persian palace to restore their desolate community. It wasn’t easy but God was with him.&nbsp; Join me as we begin our new 6-episode collection on the book of Nehemiah. I hope that over these next several weeks you will be inspired to listen to what God has put in your heart to do. Let God break your heart for the hurting, because He often uses a breaking heart to restore the broken. For more from Kelly and to check out the full show notes visit
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Ep 30: Encountering God: The Spiritual Discipline Of Bible Study

We all struggle with wanting to draw closer to God while feeling like we don’t have the time. Our lives are busy. We want a more powerful prayer life, richer Bible study, more heartfelt worship, but we’re not even sure if this is possible. In anticipation of the release of Kelly’s new Bible study, Encountering God: Cultivating Habits of Faith through the Spiritual Disciplines, we’re focusing on 6 spiritual disciplines over the next 6 weeks of the Cultivate podcast. Each week, we’ll help you engage in these life-giving habits, while taking the fear and intimidation out of the way.&nbsp; Today, we’re looking at the spiritual discipline of Bible study. And we’re so excited about this next part—Kelly is interviewing Amanda Bible Williams from She Reads Truth to talk about this essential habit of the Christian faith. You won’t want to miss any episode of this 6-episode collection! For the full show notes visit kellym
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Ep 34: Encountering God: The Spiritual Discipline of Simplicity

We often think of the spiritual discipline of simplicity as a life of lack or being in constant want. But, actually, living simply is about living freely. It’s about greater availability to Jesus. And when we’re available to Him, when we’re not weighed down by all of our stuff, we’re free to live the greatest adventure of our lives. There is positively nothing on earth like following Christ.&nbsp; I can’t wait for you to meet my friend Sarah Rodrigues, one of my dearest friends and a co-worker with Justice &amp; Mercy International. She lives in the Amazon and serves the people of the river, many of whom live very simple lives. And, yet, their joy is boundless. She’ll be walking us through Jesus’ miracle of multiplying the loaves and fishes, reminding us that when we offer Jesus the little we have, this is when He often does His greatest miracles.&nbsp; Sign up at for the Encou
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Ep 13: Jesus' Power to Heal and Forgive

It’s easy to settle into patterns of darkness and dysfunction without even realizing it. This is what had happened in a Gentile region on the other side of the lake of Galilee. When Jesus brought His light and healing to the town, the people didn’t want the disruption of change. Perhaps you know the feeling. On the other side of the lake, Jesus responded to the faith of a group of friends. Have you ever considered how much your faith in Christ affects the people around you? It’s the third week of our Jesus Changes Everything collection in Matthew 8-9! In this episode we’ll see Jesus bring peace to two oppressed individuals, as well as heal a paralyzed man both physically and spiritually. Truly we’ll see the goodness and power of Jesus’ Kingdom coming on earth! Join me on this journey as we learn more about the healings and miracles of Jesus in this collection of episodes called Jesus Changes Everything. For more from Kelly and to check out the full show notes visit <a
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Ep 47: Created For A Life Of Goodness

We’re looking at a life of goodness in today’s Cultivate podcast. If you already feel disqualified or like you’ve totally missed that “good” mark you’re exactly who I hope will join me. Scripture is really interesting on the topic of goodness because in Romans Paul quotes the Old Testament by saying that no one is good, not even one. And yet he’s also the one who teaches us that we’re to display the fruit of goodness and that we’re created for good works. So which is it?&nbsp; In today’s episode we’re going to find out that it’s both. While we’re not saved by our good works, we’re definitely saved for good works. And the very grace that saves us is the same grace that fuels a life of goodness that doesn’t always come naturally to us. You were created for good works, and not only that, God prepared certain good works for you to do! I’m so excited about this episode as we dive into Ephesians 5:8-9, Ephesians 2:1-5, and Ephesians 2:8-10. My prayer is that you’ll find freedom fro
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Ep 6: Putting On The Character Of Christ

We’re breaking down the practical virtues of compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness, and patience in today’s episode. Kelly shares transparently about her own failings and how impossible these virtues are when we rely on our own strength. Kelly also points out Paul’s secret to the virtues—you’re dearly loved, chosen, and set apart because of Christ. So often we have this turned around—thinking that if we can do a better job of displaying the character of Christ then God will accept us, choose us, and love us more. How freeing it is to see what Paul actually writes in Colossians 3:12: Because you are chosen, holy, and dearly loved, you get to wear the virtues of Christ. Scripture Focus: Colossians 3:12Scripture ReferencesColossians 3:12-14; 2 Corinthians 1:3-4; Titus 3:3-5; Philippians 2:3, 5-6, Isaiah 66:1-2;1 Peter 3:3-4; 1 Peter 5:5; Mark 14:47; Galatians 6:1; 2 Timothy 2:25; 1 Peter 3:15; Matthew 11:29; 1 Timothy 1
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Ep 31: Encountering God: The Spiritual Discipline of Prayer

Prayer is one of the most needed practices in our lives, but how often do we get distracted when we pray, or give up hope when we don’t feel like God is answering? We have so many questions about prayer—does God really hear us, is He good, and how do we know if we’re praying God’s will? Also, how do we pray when we’re absolutely heartbroken?&nbsp; Dr. Knut Heim and I touch on these important questions in this week’s podcast. Dr. Heim is one of my seminary professors at Denver Seminary and, oh my goodness, does he bring an absolute word for us this week! If you’re discouraged, wondering if God hears your prayers, or trying to figure out how to make prayer part of your daily rhythm, do not miss this episode!!!!&nbsp; To pre-order Kelly’s new Bible study, visit and use the code CULTIVATE at checkout for 30% off. For the full show notes visit <a href="
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Ep 48: Which Way Will You Weep

During difficult seasons, we can be tempted to turn back to our old ways of numbing pain. We can begin to question if God is actually good and if he cares about us. But these are not the times to forfeit what we have with Him. These are the times to struggle and weep with our faces pointed toward the Lord, trusting who he is when we can’t see what lies ahead. I can hardly wait to start studying the book of Ruth with you in today’s Cultivate podcast. As we look at the first chapter, we’ll see three women showing us different ways of weeping. One goes back to her old life, the second turns toward God with bitterness, and the third turns toward Him with total commitment amidst the unknown. Her story–the story of Ruth–is a beautiful picture of how God is not limited by our impossible circumstances.&nbsp; Weeping will come for all of us, but the direction we weep in is what makes the difference. I hope this episode will encourage you to turn toward Jesus, continuing with th
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Ep 36: Encountering God: The Spiritual Discipline of Thanksgiving

We’re celebrating Thanksgiving this week with the spiritual discipline of thankfulness! (Look at how that worked out). The Cultivate podcast is back at my kitchen table, and I’m ready for you to pull up a chair. As we prepare our Thanksgiving menus, this is a week to also prepare our hearts. We’re looking at 1 Thessalonians and how Paul specifically gives thanks to God for the PEOPLE in his life and ministry. And also his reminder for us to give thanks in all situations. As we approach this holiday season surrounded by friends and family, how much more meaningful it will be if we give thanks for how the Gospel is working in those we love.&nbsp; Sign up here for the Encountering God Online Bible study, starting January 13, 2022. To order the Encountering God Bible study, visit
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Ep 20: How To Find Change When You’re Stuck

What do you do when you’re stuck? Or when you’re in bondage to something you don’t know how to get free from? We’ve all been there at different times. I certainly have been. That’s why I’m especially encouraged by Nehemiah 9 because it gives us specific details about how the Israelites moved from being stuck to being changed. They worshipped, remembered, confessed, and ultimately this led to much-desired change. This pattern will look different in each of our lives but the principles hold true. Because we have been set free by Jesus Christ, we are given the power to walk in that freedom. No matter how stuck you are, change is possible because of Him. I hope you’ll join me as we look at how the Israelites participated with God and went from a place of bondage to one of freedom—how much more does Jesus want to lead us to change today? For the full show notes visit
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Ep 29: For Such A Time As This: Lessons from Esther

We often wonder if our lives have a specific purpose in our specific place and time. Does God want to use our positions, backgrounds, giftings, personalities… for such a time as the one we’re living in? In this week’s episode we’ll look at the life of Esther, a woman whom God providentially used to save an entire population of Jews. God used her heritage, upbringing, relationships, and position to bring this to pass. But, mostly, I believe that God used Esther’s trust in Him to bring deliverance however He saw fit.&nbsp; We’ll talk about facing our fears, how to determine if something is God’s will, executing plans within community, and trusting the sovereignty of God. You don’t want to miss this episode!&nbsp; For the full show notes visit
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Ep 28: Your Fruitfulness Is Based On God’s Faithfulness

Sometimes we feel like our less than perfect pasts disqualify us from being used by God. Or, we want our lives to have impact and meaning but we wonder how and when God is going to produce fruit in our lives. Perhaps we remember when God spoke a promise to us through His Word, but we haven’t seen it come to pass yet. I can’t wait for today’s episode as we trace through Genesis God’s promise for our lives to bear fruit. We’re going to discover that while we get to participate with God, having a life of impact and meaning is something He’s responsible for!&nbsp; So often in the Old Testament men and women felt like God had forgotten them or their lives didn’t matter. They tried to “help” God fulfill His promises to them, like Abraham and Sarah did. We’re going to see that no matter what, our fruitfulness is based on God’s faithfulness. And how resting in that truth makes all the difference.&nbsp; For the full show notes visit <a href="" ta
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Ep 43: Sermon on the Mount: Salt and Light

We’re diving into the images of salt and light that Jesus uses in this section of the Sermon on the Mount. Both of these are elements we all use every day, but by looking at the historical and contextual implications of these metaphors, we can get a better idea of what Jesus meant when He called us to be these agents of impact.&nbsp; Salt is a preservative that slows down decay. Salt is on the defense while the light is on the offense, dispelling darkness from areas wherever it’s present. How does this apply to us? Why does Jesus call us to live like this? Join me as we talk about these metaphors and other Scriptures that remain timeless and applicable today! Don’t forget to sign up here for the Encountering God Online Bible study, starting January 13, 2022 at Order the Encountering God Bible study.</p
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Ep 21: Living And Finishing Well

Have you ever asked the question, “How in the world did we get here?” Whether the circumstances are good or bad, often the answer is little by little. We’re in our final episode in the book of Nehemiah and its end is perplexing (but oddly hopeful). The people of Judah aren’t in the best spot, especially given their previous accomplishments under Nehemiah. But despite its awkward ending we’ll discover a hopeful future to which all this frustration was pointing!&nbsp; This is a really practical week as we explore four areas that the people of Israel let slide—areas we want to pay attention to in our own lives. And, ultimately, we’ll be looking at the hope of a new heart and new way of life that Jesus lives to bring us.&nbsp; For the full show notes visit
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Ep 5: God’s Healing God’s Way

Have you ever wanted God to bring you healing but on your own terms? Today, Kelly walks us through Naaman’s story in 2 Kings 5. Naaman had wealth, power, and position. He also had an incurable skin disease that none of his resources could remedy. When God’s servant Elisha offered Naaman a prescription for healing, Naaman refused. Why should he, a powerful man with status from a land of clear flowing rivers, dunk himself in the dirty water of the Jordan River? Naaman needed more than physical healing on his own terms; He needed an encounter with the living God. And so do we. We hope you’ll join us for this meaningful episode about seeking God’s healing His way. “When God brings about our healing we will know that it is Him and only Him.”Scripture References 2 Kings 5:1-16 James 4:6 John 1:29 Colossians 1:21-22 Relevant LinksTo find out more about Kelly’s work in the Amazon jungle with Justic
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Ep 9: Finding Jesus In Your Desperation

Have you ever sought Jesus out in your pain only to feel disappointed or offended by Him? Have you wondered if staying with Him is worth it? In this week’s episode we’re looking at a Canaanite woman who ran to Jesus in utter desperation (Matt. 15:21-28). But rather than writing her own story and asking Jesus to sign off on it, she responded to Him from within His story! She saw what others couldn’t see and valued what others didn’t value. We may not know the Canaanite woman’s name but we have so much to receive from her story. Are you willing to surrender your story to Jesus? For more from Kelly visit
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Ep 49: Surrendering Your Holiday Expectations

It’s Christmas time, and we all have expectations this season. Some are material—what gifts are we going to receive? What experiences are we going to have? Some are relational—will we finally get engaged? Will the grandbabies be visiting?&nbsp;&nbsp; Expectations are fine as long as we manage them instead of letting them manage us. If we’re not careful, unmet expectations can turn us into people we don’t want to be. Who do you want to be during the holidays? In this episode, two women–Elizabeth and Mary–are going to give us an incredible, real-life, non-sugar-coated example of who we can be this holiday season. We find them in Luke chapter 1, right before the first Christmas. At their meeting, we see their mutual joy in being in each other’s presence because of God’s work in their lives. These women show us it’s a gift to be in community without jealousy, to bless other people with our words and welcome them into our hearts.&nbsp; When we remember Christmas isn’
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Ep 1: When God Turns Pain Into Blessing (Life of Hannah)

“It’s in our year after year pain, that the God we’ve known from a distance becomes our Lord Almighty.”Today’s Episode Welcome to our very first episode of the Cultivate Podcast, with Bible teacher and author Kelly Minter! We’re starting off the first few episodes with a highlight reel, of sorts. Think of it as Kelly’s Top Hits when it comes to narratives in Scripture, and how God has used these characters in His Word to teach her clear truths about her own life.Today Kelly is talking about the Lord’s faithfulness to turn pains that inflict us year after year into blessings that call us to praise Him year after year. How do we respond to people who intentionally harm and provoke us? How are we supposed to worship God in the midst of heartbreaking pain? Where does prayer fit in when God seems to be the one behind our pain? Hannah’s story in 1 Samuel is a powerful picture of this redemption and comfort that God offers us. Join us for this honest
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Ep 3: Trusting Jesus With Everything

“She sat at His feet in the good times, she fell at His feet in the hard times.” Today’s EpisodePerhaps you’ve wondered how you can have a relationship with Jesus so intimate that you trust Him with all you hold dear. Today, we’ll trace Mary of Bethany’s story through the Gospels. She was the one who anointed Jesus’s body before His burial. She’s also the one who sat at His feet while her sister Martha worked in the kitchen. And she’s the one who lost her brother Lazarus when Jesus could have saved him.The question for us is how did Mary get to the place where she was willing to trust Jesus with everything? What are you and I missing about the Savior that makes what we’re holding onto seem so powerful? What of our alabaster jars are we still clutching? In today’s episode we’ll ponder these questions as we reflect on Mary’s relationship with Jesus. When we see Him for who He truly is we’ll want to give Him everything. Let’s follow Mary’s lead a
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