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A weekly sneak peek behind the scenes of one Southern New Mexico couple’s journey of church replanting while still staying focused on investing in their marriage and family. Dusty Marshall and his wife Elizabeth sit down to discuss the work, trials, joys, triumphs, laughs, and tears of the church replanting process as they seek to pour into the local body of believers, invest in the community, and still find time for date nights. Subscribe to get your weekly dose behind the scenes action. If you have questions, comments, concerns, or just want to say hi email us at marriedandreplanting@gmail.com

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Everyone who has placed their faith in Jesus Christ is called to spread the message of hope and salvation that He brings. However, for a lot of people this is a daunting task. Evangelism often triggers nervousness, fear, and anxiety in people. This week Dusty and Elizabeth share some thoughts on how they have worked to create a culture of evangelism in their home and family as well as how they are working to lead the congregation they serve in to be more evangelistic. They share some ideas on making it a family affair and some ideas for providing tools to those around you to better share the gospel message. 

Grab a cup of coffee or tea, and join us as we discuss ways to engage in sharing the gospel in your family, church, and community. 

 

Resources mentioned in today's episode are:

When Sinners Say I Do by Dave Harvey

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February 17, 2021

Ep. 028: The Parent Trap

Serving in vocational ministry is a challenge no matter where God may have led you. I can be an even bigger challenge with God leads your family to be members of your congregation as well. When your in-laws or your parents are active members of your congregation there is a fine like that has to be walked and sometimes knowing where that particular line is can be difficult. This week Dusty and Elizabeth are joined by Elizabeth's parents, John and Sharon Holmes, to discuss what this dynamic looks like and share some of the things they have learned when it comes to how to support their children who have been called into the ministry. 

Grab a cup of coffee or tea, call up your parents  and join us as we discuss ways parents can support their children in the ministry.  

 

Resources mentioned in today's episode are:

Reclaiming Glory by Mark Clifton

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It's no secret that people are always busy. This is no exception for ministry life. Sometimes in order to ensure that everything is handled the way it needs to be handled a little bit of planning ahead is necessary. When it comes to making sure your family is eating healthy, well balanced meals in a timely manner planning ahead is imperative. This week Elizabeth shares her meal planning method that helps to ensure the family is eating well and the budget is staying in check. 

On the other side of the microphone Dusty shares some resources he has used to help make his job in ministry more manageable. Dusty shares how he uses e-books and audiobooks to get his daily does of reading done. He also shares how he finds time to be  poured into through the use of sermon podcasts throughout the week so he isn't trying to pour into his congregation from an empty vessel. 

Grab a cup of coffee or tea, and join us as we discuss ways and resources we use to help make life flow a little easier. 

 

Resources mentioned in today's episode are:

My Meal Planning Process-A Wise Woman in Progress

Meal Planning: Digging Deeper-A Wise Woman in Progress

Plan To Eat

Build a Menu

First Baptist Church of Alamogordo Messages

Mayhill Baptist Church Sermons

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Distractions are all around us. We live in a world where we are instantly connected to so many things around us and sometimes it is hard to take our eyes off the social media news feeds, the instant messages, and the funny or heartwarming videos right at our finger tips. But sometimes we have to stop, evaluate, and refocus in order to accomplish the tasks set out before us. This week Dusty and Elizabeth talk about some of the things they are distracted by (hello Facebook) and how they work to combat that in order to ensure they are living out a life that is glorifying to God. Refocusing isn't always easy but with a bit of help and some intentionality it can be done. 

 

Grab a cup of coffee or tea, silence social media, and join us as we discuss some of the things that distract us and how we can work to combat those distractions. 

 

Resources mentioned in today's episode are:

The Pour Over: tinyurl.com/4y3nwyll

Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life by Donald S. Whittney: tinyurl.com/plqt9sq3

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January 27, 2021

Ep. 025: Keep It Simple

"Bigger is better." 
"You have to have that Wow factor." 

These are phrases that are heard a lot but sometimes that is just not the case at all. Sometimes, especially in a church replant, trying to do the job God has called you to do requires a "less is more" kind of attitude. Same goes for finding ways and time to connect with your spouse in meaningful and significant ways. This week Dusty and Elizabeth talk about some of the simple things that they have done to stay connected with church members, move the ministry forward, and stay connected with one another. Sometimes the big, extravagant, fancy, and expensive methods aren't always the best used to get the job done. 

Grab a cup of coffee or tea and join us as we discuss some of the simple yet effective tools to stay connected with church members as well as with your spouse. 

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People are relational. That is how we are created, but sometimes it is necessary to set boundaries in order to ensure safe, healthy interactions. The problem is sometimes it can be really difficult to know when and where to set those healthy boundaries. This week Dusty and Elizabeth talk about the importance of setting boundaries both in your marriage and in the ministry. They talk about some of the pitfalls to avoid while doing so also. Setting boundaries isn't always the easiest thing to do but when it is done well and with a loving heart and mind set everyone benefits in the long run. 

Grab a cup of coffee or tea and join us as we discuss setting healthy boundaries in all the areas of our lives. 

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January 13, 2021

Ep. 023: Let’s Be Real

We are only 2 weeks into 2021 and it has already been a year for the history books. The pandemic still rages on and now what lawmakers and news outlets can only describe as an attempted coup has taken place right here in America. To say that emotions have run high over the last few days would be and understatement. Far to often in ministry and in marriage we like to pretend that everything is just fine and we hide or bottle up our emotions and feelings. But the truth is that is neither helpful nor healthy. This week Dusty and Elizabeth talk about being real and authentic with ourselves, with our family, and with our congregations as we attempt to navigate the confusion, frustration, hurt, and fears that we are all experiencing while remembering that God is still on the throne and God is still in control. 

Grab a cup of coffee or tea and join us as we discuss being real and authentic with the people around us in 2021.

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Happy 2021! The new year is officially here. This week Dusty and Elizabeth dive in to the difficult topic of Spiritual Drought. Let's be honest, we all long to be as close to God as we can possibly get. We want to know we are walking hand in hand with the Lord, but the truth is at some point everyone goes through a season of spiritual dryness. These are the moments that we just don't really feel God's presence. We don't hear God's voice. We have little to no motivation to read the Word, pray, or even attend church or other gatherings with our brothers and sisters in Christ. These seasons are hard but when you make the conscious choice to continue on, one step at a time, day by day in time the season will end. This week Dusty and Elizabeth talk about some times in their lives they have dealt with spiritual dryness and how they found themselves coming out on the other side. 

Grab a cup of coffee or tea and join us as we discuss walking through a season of spiritual drought. 

Resources mentioned in this episode: 

A Wise Woman in Progress Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/awisewomaninprogress

God Will Carry You Through by Max Lucado: https://rb.gy/ocxopp

 

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Happy New Year. After the year that has been 2020 it is almost hard to believe that the end is drawing near. Last week Dusty and Elizabeth discussed the importance and the process of goal setting for the new year for personal, marriage, and family growth and development. This week they turn their focus to the church. They discuss the importance of setting goals for the local church body as well as how to incorporate the other leaders and members of the congregation. Though there is no one size fits all, cookie cutter mold for how to go about goal setting the one thing that is most important when planning ahead, both short and long term, is ensuring that the decisions that are being made are wholly glorifying to God. 

Grab a cup of hot chocolate and join us as we discuss goal setting for the local church for the coming year.

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The year is quickly coming to an end and with that comes the time for planning and preparing for the year ahead. If there was ever a year for setting new goals and looking toward a new and productive year this would be it. This week Dusty and Elizabeth take time to discuss the importance of setting goals for the home and family. They break down why they feel it is important to set small, easily achievable goals together rather than focus on a big overarching hard to attain goal. Elizabeth shares the S.M.A.R.T method of goal planning that is widely known and used while Dusty chooses to take the less conventional route coined by professional wrestler turned yoga master, Diamond Dallas Paige. He uses the acronym S.M.A.C.K.D.O.W.N. No matter what method of goal setting is used it's important that the whole family is on the same page. 

Grab a cup of hot chocolate and join us as we discuss goal setting for the home and family for the coming year.

*SMART method of goal setting:

S-Strategic or Specific

M-Measurable

A-Achievable or Attainable

R-Results Oriented or Relevant

T-Time Bound

 

The SMACKDOWN method of goal planning:

S-Specific

M-Measurable

A-Attainable

C-Compatible

K-Keep Going

D-Do It

O-Own It

W-Write It

N-Now!

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