Asheritah Podcast Appearances

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Author Asheritah Ciuciu encourages listeners to study and embrace the four themes of Advent – hope, preparation, joy, and love – as a way of redeeming the Christmas season from the culture and making it Christ-focused. She also offers practical and fun suggestions to help families experience a meaningful Christmas. Podcast users, find today's related broadcast resources here: https://dbx.focusonthefamily.com/media/daily-broadcast/how-advent-changed-my-perspective-on-christmas Your feedback would be really helpful to us. Please visit http://www.focusonthefamily.com/podcastsurvey to take a brief survey (less than 5 minutes). Thank you!
Health and diet goals. How do you view and relate to food? The world has a lot to say on this topic! We are joined by Asheritah Ciuciu, and she reminds us that the gospel truly does impact every area of our lives: even the way we view and relate to food. She shares her personal battles with food and how the gospel does lead to true freedom. Because the truth is, the real issue may not be food but idolatry! In Christ, believers can experience true comfort and fulfillment, and in turn, rightfully enjoy the good gift of food.    Connect with us:  www.dailygracepodcast.com  www.thedailygraceco.com  https://www.facebook.com/thedailygraceco/  https://www.instagram.com/thedailygraceco/    Questions? Email us!  podcast@thedailygraceco.com  _______________________________  Resources mentioned in this episode:  Full: Food, Jesus, and the Battle for Satisfaction by Asheritah Ciuciu  One Thing Alone Ministries  40-Day Sugar Fast (starts January 6, 2020)  7-day Truth or Dare Challenge (FREE)  Illustrated Bible  Satisfy my Thirsty Soul by Linda Dillow  Women of the Word by Jen Wilkin  Bible and Breakfast by Asheritah Ciuciu    Scripture mentioned in this episode:  Psalm 63  Isaiah 55  1 Corinthians 10:31  Ephesians 5:18  Matthew 5:6  Galatians 5:16  1 John 1:9  Titus 2  Psalm 34:8    Connect with us:  Subscribe to Daily Grace: on iOS, go to our iTunes page and click subscribe.  On Android, click this podcast RSS feed link and choose your podcast app.  If needed, you can copy this link directly into your favorite podcast app (like Stitcher or Overcast).  Or follow us on Spotify!  We would love if you took a few minutes to leave us an iTunes review to help spread the word about Daily Grace!  We want to invite more women into our conversations!  Download The Daily Grace app: for iOS, click here to download.  On Android, click here to download.  Visit The Daily Grace Co. for beautiful products for the whole family that will equip you on your journey to knowing and loving God more.   Subscribe to The Daily Grace Newsletter and receive free Bible study resources in your inbox.   Like The Daily Grace Co. on Facebook.  Follow on Instagram for the latest updates on the podcast and The Daily Grace Co.   Engage with our Facebook community, “Lamp and Light”.   Read The Daily Grace blog for encouragement throughout the week that is steeped in biblical truths.  **Affiliate links used are used where appropriate.**  Thank you for supporting the products that support the production of this podcast!
The Joycast –Demystify and simplify your time with God. Make Scripture reading accessible and fun. For show more show notes and recipes visit: www.margaretfeinberg.com/joycast
In this episode, Asheritah unpacks this idea of "quiet time:" is it supposed to be quiet? How often should we spend time in the Word? How do we fit this into our routine? What's the importance of this part of our day? We answer all of these questions and more! We all have struggled in seasons with spending time with God every day. It may be infrequent for you, or nonexistent, maybe you don't know where to start or why you're evening participating. We've all been there! We hope you leave this episode with encouragement to start now, be frequent and encourage others to do the same. Show notes: behindtheblisspodcast.com/shownotes/70 BTB Instagram: instagram.com/behindtheblisspodcast Asheritah on Instagram: instagram.com/asheritah
Asheritah Ciu Ciu shares the powerful meaning behind the various names of Jesus used in Scripture from her book Unwrapping the names of Jesus.
Did you know that 66% of American women want to read the Bible more than they currently do? The top reason for lower Bible engagement? They feel too busy with life’s responsibilities, which—let’s face it—is a feeling that plagues most of us. Christian women often feel overwhelmed by all of the things demanding their time, attention, […] The post Asheritah Ciuciu: Bible & Breakfast appeared first on By His Grace.
Asheritah Ciuciu is an author and speaker who shares openly about her own struggle with food and finding satisfaction in Jesus alone. It starts with several mouthfuls of cake, morphs into orthorexia and ends in giving everything to Jesus. I know today’s broadcast will bless you. Here’s the book she spoke about in today’s episode, […] The post Asheritah Ciuciu appeared first on Mary DeMuth.
To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/327/29 Adam and Asheritah Ciuciu dig into "Unwrapping the names of Jesus." John Piper continues his message "Faith- Unique and Fruitful Effect of the New Birth."
Asheritah's book "Unwrapping the Names of Jesus: An Advent Devotional" is a GREAT way to reorient your family back to Jesus this Christmas. I especially love her balance between Jesus and Santa during Christmas. 2:00 Who do you want you girls to become? "God is my happiness" 4:00: Being strong in the Lord as opposed to allowing culture to define your strength. 14:00 Overcoming Christmas tension 12:00 The different names of Jesus 15:00 Jesus vs Santa 20:00 Why out kids need to see desperation 22:00 Ask God to make you brave 26:00 What “Fills my mama heart with joy”. 27:00 Quiet times for busy moms
Have you ever been asked what are you giving up for Lent? Or maybe you’ve wondered why people take part in the Lenten season? This morning we will be visiting with author/speaker Asheritah Ciuciu who walks us through the history as well as the practices of lent and how they’ve enriched her understanding of the incredible love and mission of Jesus.
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Today I’m joined by Bible study author Asheritah Ciuciu. Asheritah has such a heart to encourage women to pursue and form the habit of Scripture study and she has so many helpful tips for those of us who struggle to build a habit of being in the word. Asheritah’s newest book, Bible and Breakfast, releases on October 10th and it’s not just a Bible study book – it’s actually packed with gorgeous, delicious recipes for breakfast and ideas to help you look forward to your mornings.  Today, Asheritah and I talk about some of the methods of study and reading that have helped her as a young mom and ways we can encourage one another to stay in the word and abide in Christ. We’re praying this will spark some ideas and excitement for you as you build your own Bible habit or refresh the one you have – and also consider how you can connect with women in your own area to encourage one another to stay in the word. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/womenencouraged)
Join me today for a truly refreshing visit with my friend Asheritah as we visit about her search for joy in Christmas. She's sharing her journey toward joy in Jesus and a secret just between us. ;) This is one you don't want to miss.
In this episode, Asheritah Ciuciu shares her struggle with food fixation and how God broke the stronghold in her life.
In today's episode best-selling author, Asheritah Ciuciu joins us to talk about the Advent season and family devotions.  Asheritah has written a number of books, including the Advent devotional, "Unwrapping the Names of Jesus" which my family is going through as we prepare for Christmas. Asheritah encourages moms to bring kids into their devotions as they make the Word of God a beautiful part of every day.  She also shares the brain science behind how to establish new habits and how that can help us be more consistent with our Bible devotions.   Find podcast notes at:  www.monicaswanson.com/podcast Today's episode at:  www.monicaswanson.com/episode-34  
Is it possible to find joy in the small things? The boring chores? The tedious tasks that demand our attention?Can we really learn to do whatever God has called us with joy, even if it isn't the least bit glamorous?If that is your struggle, tune into this episode of the More to Be Podcast and be inspired to find joy with Jesus in the small things. On this episode, I'm joined by friend and fellow writer, Asheritah Ciuciui for a chat about missional work and motherhood. Asheritah is a writer and speaker passionate about leading women to find joy in Jesus, which is what she does daily at OneThingAlone.com. In this episode, she shares her story of growing up overseas, falling in love, surrendering her ministry dreams, and yielding to God's work. She always had a passion to be writer and majored in English in college, but didn't know how it would happen. She began blogging during her first pregnancy and confesses the hardness of transition.In our heart-to-heart conversation, Asheritah also relays how she's practicing her faith in her motherhood journey while balancing the passion and pull of missional work. So grab your clean load of laundry needing some folding and a sharpie marker. There's something you might want to put into practice after listening to our conversation, no matter what season in life you find yourself.  Scripture FocusMary & MarthaColossians 3Notable Links & MentionsOne Thing AloneFull: Food, Jesus, and the Battle for SatisfactionUnwrapping the Names of Jesus: An Advent Devotional He is Enough: Living in the Fullness of Jesus (A Study in Colossians)Deep Work: Rules for Focused Work in a Distracted World12 Ways Your Phone is Changing YouBeth Moore's post retelling about Priscilla Shirer's words of truth!Grab the R.A.W. Scripture Study Method and join us in the More to Be Tribe Facebook Group.Share & BlessListen on iTunes, Stitcher, and SpotifyIf you've been blessed by this podcast, then hope you'll show your support by share it with your friends and family! We would also be so grateful for you to rate and review our podcast wherever you listen.Show Your Support by Joining the Sisterhood CircleWe invite you to become a More to Be Sisterhood Circle Member as a way of supporting this podcast. With your membership support, you'll gain access to our signature courses and resources for FREE plus receive advance notification of new resources, trainings, and special sales.To get access to over $100 worth of bonuses, become a Sisterhood Circle Member by clicking here and upon check-out, enter coupon code “Podcast” to save an additional 20! For information regarding your data privacy, visit Acast.com/privacy
If you've ever struggled with food fixation or any form of idolatry, this podcast is for you! Join Asheritah Ciuciu and I as we talk about how she learned to cultivate a healthy relationship with food in exchange for a bigger appetite for God. We also talk about: learning how to live and make decisions by the Spirit; how surrender helps us claim the victory we already have in Christ; how a hunger for God can satisfy every longing of our stomach, heart and mind.
The problem women face in raising a family and growing in their faith is having a consistent “Quiet Time.“  Today’s guest, author, speaker and mom of three littles, Asheritah Ciuciu can relate. Lee and Asheritah settle in for the misnomer of time in Scripture needing to be quiet, and that hiding from our children during our time with the Lord can be counter productive.  Listen in for practical ways we can nurture our family’s love for the God’s word and how God can make our little effort much.        About our Guests: ASHERITAH CIUCIU is a bestselling writer and speaker, wife to her high school sweetheart Flaviu and mama to three spunky kiddos. She grew up in Romania as a missionary kid and studied English and Women's Ministry at Cedarville University. Her passion is helping overwhelmed women find joy in Jesus through creative and consistent time in God's Word.   Asheritah’s website: www.OneThingAlone.com
Devotions, quiet time, morning time, personal worship, Bible study, daily devos, meditations...the idea of spending time with God in His Word has taken on quite a few different monikers over the years. Perhaps it’s just semantics for really whatever name is used, the act of personal worship usually looks about the same. But sometimes it’s the name that we get hung up on. The words quiet and morning can feel like a weight. In most of our homes, things are only quiet for what feels like 2 seconds in any given 24 hour period. And for some of us, meeting God in the afternoon or evening ends up being much more meaningful.  We're joined today by Asheritah Ciuciu, author of Bible & Breakfast.  She'll be giving us some great encouragement on spending time in God's Word. 
This week on Real Talk with Rachael I talk with Asheritah Ciuciu, who is a bestselling author and speaker, wife to her high school sweetheart Flaviu, and mama to three spunky kiddos. She grew up in Romania as a missionary kid and studied English and Women’s Ministry at Cedarville University. She is the founder of One Thing Alone Ministries, an online ministry that helps overwhelmed women find joy in Jesus through creative and consistent time in God’s Word. Visit BibleandBreakfast.com for resources about the book, including the free lock screens discussed during the episode! Today we talked about: Free lock screens for your phone at Bibleandbreakfast.com Snacking on scripture and feasting on God’s word Getting over all-or-nothing thinking What holds women back from taking quiet time and getting into God’s word How you can be creative about being consistent The key to forming good habits Moody is giving away THREE copies of Bible & Breakfast! Enter either of these ways: Leave an iTunes review on the show!Text the phrase REALTALKGIVEAWAY to 44222 on your phone! You can enter both ways and that gets you more entries! Connect with Asheritah on her website and/or Instagram. Connect with Rachael on the website, Instagram and/or Facebook.
Asheritah is passionate about encouraging  and equipping women to develop a vibrant relationship with Jesus. Today we’re talking about Christmas. How do we find rest amid the chaos? Is it possible to get rid of the chaos altogether? How can we use this season to deepen our walk with the Lord instead of letting our to-do lists rule our lives? Asheritah wrote an advent devotional to help us do just that and we’re going to tell you all about it and even give you a chance to win a copy so stay tuned.
Understanding the names for Jesus used in Scripture can bring a deeper sense of connection with God. Author Asheritah CiuCiu helps us learn more about our coming savior this Advent from her book, "Unwrapping the Names of Jesus: An Advent Devotional."
Do you struggle with food?  Arlene interviews Asheritah Ciuciu about her new book, "Full: Food, Jesus and the Battle for Satisfaction."  Learn how you can finally put food in its proper place and break the hold it may have on your heart and health.  
See also:  Taste for Truth Christian Weight Loss Podcast. Click here for more info! Click here to view on iTunes. Do you ever feel like you can’t stop thinking about food? Or do you struggle with obsessing about losing weight, exercise, or eating healthy? If so, this interview with Asheritah Ciuciu on the Christian Habits Podcast will help! We’ll be visiting about how to overcome food fixation, which she discusses in her new book which goes on sale today,  Full: Food, Jesus, and the Battle for Satisfaction. I’ve previewed her book and it looks like a great resource. Here’s a description of Asheritah’s book on Amazon: “Have you ever felt stuck in a seemingly endless cycle of overeating, yo-yo dieting, and obsessive thoughts about food? Whether you feel defeated by your lack of self-control or overwhelmed by thoughts and longings for food, the answer to our food fixation does not lie in the $500 billion global diet industry. This is not a diet book and it’s not a healthy eating plan. Because at the core, our problem is not really what we eat. It’s why we seek fullness in something that will never satisfy. Join Asheritah Ciuciu as she shares honestly about her own battles with food and reveals the path to freedom. You’ll discover the joy of living free from food fixation so you can experience deeper satisfaction in Christ, gain a renewed sense of purpose, and yes, even enjoy good food (without regret). A healthier relationship with food through a stronger relationship with Christ—that’s the goal of Full.” Join us on the podcast as we discuss this book by Asheritah Ciuciu and the things in the book! Click here to see the book on Amazon. Free Christian Mom Summit (Also Great if You’re Not a Mom!) This is a great series of interviews with Dr. Eve Rosno that I’ve found very helpful! It will run from 1/2/17 to 1/14/17 and I’ll be speaking on mindful eating on the 11th. Click here for details! The post 32: Overcoming Food Fixation: Interview with Asheritah Ciuciu appeared first on Barb Raveling.
Do you struggle to meet with God each day, feeling like the tyranny of the urgent is ruling your life?Is getting into the Word something that you long for but can't quite find a routine that works for you?Maybe you think that you'll be just fine on your own without personal study of Scripture?This episode of the More to Be Podcast is filled with simple tips and practical strategies to shift your thinking and habits toward pursuing time with God each day and studying the Word for yourself. I'm joined by friend and fellow Bible study teacher, Asheritah Cuicui, for a heart-to-heart chat about integrating the discipline of daily Bible study into our morning routine.Asheritah's recent book, Bible & Breakfast, will inspire and guide you into a new habit of connecting with God. Filled with yummy and healthy breakfast recipes (oh my, the chocolate granola) alongside thought-provoking devotions, you'll discover that God's Word is the best thing you can feast on each day, whether you're a busy mama, working woman, or savoring a slower season in life. You can get a sneak peek of it at BibleandBreakfast.com and connect with Asheritah at OneThingAlone.com.Scripture FocusJohn 21Continue to GrowBible & Breakfast by Asheritah CiuciuConnect with Asheritah at OneThingAlone.com.Holy WholeLife Coach Training CourseLife Coaching for MomsBiblical Mentor Training CourseBecome a Sisterhood MemberIf you are blessed by our podcast and ministry, we invite you to become a Sisterhood Member as a way of supporting our podcast and ministry. You'll gain access to our digital library full of resources that will help you have a fresh encounter with God and His Word. For information regarding your data privacy, visit Acast.com/privacy
What are you unwrapping this Advent? Author Asheritah Ciucui joins Carmen for a conversation about her new book, Unwrapping the Names of Jesus. They talk about everything from why a quiet time matters to how to get focused on what really matters even if you have three kids under six (which she does!).  You can find the book at UnwrappingtheName.com and more resources from Asheritah at OneThingAlone.com Today’s name? Jesus! Then Carmen talks with Dr. David Aikman about the terror attack on London Bridge over the weekend and what we must learn about the ideology of jihadists.  From a Christian worldview it is essential to consider how a criminal justice system based on the rule of law and the rehabilitation of those who engage in criminal acts may be insufficient to the challenge of those ideologically committed to the destruction of the West. They also discuss developments in Hong Kong, North Korea, Iran and Iraq. http://tracking.feedpress.it/link/15795/13026691/12-02-2019-Mornings-with-Carmen-HR2.mp3   The post Advent | Asheritah Ciucui with Unwrapping the Names of Jesus | What we must learn from the London Bridge terror attack appeared first on The Reconnect with Carmen | Engaging Culture from a Christian Worldview.
Asheritah Ciuciu ushers us into greater joy and wonder of the Christmas season by unwrapping the different names for our Savior, Jesus.  Connect with Asheritah:blog// facebook// instagram// book Connect with Sarah this week on instagram for a giveaway of Asheritah's book! Complete show notes at sarahrieke.com/podcast 
Asheritah Ciuciu talks about her struggle with relying on food when she should be relying on Jesus. Listen to the full program here.
To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/327/29 Adam and Asheritah Ciuciu dig into "Unwrapping the names of Jesus." John Piper teaches"Faith- Unique and Fruitful Effect of the New Birth."
It’s easy to become fixated in your relationship with food...counting calories, overeating, or turning to certain meals for comfort. You’ll be challenged by Asheritah Ciuciu to identify possible “food fixations” and get help with understanding the spiritual, mental and physical reasons for those obsessions. Book by guest: Full
Political scientist Mark Caleb Smith provides insights into Trump's defense team's arguments before the Senate.  Asheritah Ciuciu, author of Bible and Breakfast, talks about how to be purposeful in starting your day nurturing body and soul.
To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/327/29 Adam and Asheritah Ciuciu dig into"Unwrapping the names of Jesus." John Piper continues his message"Faith- Unique and Fruitful Effect of the New Birth."
Somewhere along the line, this "most wonderful time of the year" overwhelms us, making our souls feel both stuffed and empty.  Want to bring back the wonder of Christmas? We can help. Grab your cocoa and listen in. Guests: Asheritah Ciuciu & Hannah Nitz Mentioned in this episode: Unwrapping the Names of Jesus
Mike Bryant shares how Grace Community Bible Church celebrates this season of hope, Asheritah Ciuciu unwraps the names of Jesus, and Eric Metaxas explains the comlicated situation for Evangelicals & Roy Moore. Plus, we have out December Pastor's Round Table with Daryl Merrill Jr, Chris Castaldo, & Derek Buikema.
Talking about one of my most favorite subjects... CHRISTMAS and all things Christmas - traditions and ways to make CHRIST the center of this magical season! Advent Book: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/unwrapping-the-names-of-jesus-asheritah-ciuciu/1125487647?ean=9780802416728#/
Author Asheritah Ciuciu talks about her family Advent devotional book Unwrapping the Names of Jesus.  World affair expert David Aikman looks at terror attack in London over the holiday weekend, as well China's response to US legislation in support of Hong Kong protesters.
To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/327/29 Adam Miller and Asheritah Ciuciu continue talking about her book "Unwrapping the names of Jesus." John Piper continues his message "Faith- Unique and Fruitful Effect of the New Birth."
Names have power – and there is One whose name makes an eternal difference! It’s easy to forget who Jesus is, not because we don’t remember but because our hearts cease to be amazed! On Equipped, Chris Brooks and author Asheritah CiuCiu will help you will discover the WOW factor in the names of Jesus given throughout Scripture.Join us as we prepare to worship the Babe in the manger who is our Savior, our Life, our King, and more!
​Many in today’s world feel like they start their day on empty and run on fumes. On the next Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman, learn how to kickstart your soul every day. Author Asheritah Ciuciu believes it all begins in the morning by feeding your body and soul. She says it will change the way you view life and the struggles you face. Bible and Breakfast—don’t miss the conversation on the next Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman. 
Do you want out of your love-hate relationship with food? This isn't a conversation about what you should or shouldn't eat, it's about breaking free from our tendency to seek fullness in something that will never satisfy. Join us at the coffee shop. Guests: Asheritah Ciuciu & Hannah Nitz Mentioned in this episode: Become a member at authenticintimacy.com/member Join the 40 Day Sugar Fast  
The first Sunday of Advent is December 3rd. How are you preparing room in your heart for the newborn King? Asheritah Ciuciu says we’re so busy that we don’t spend enough time on the real reason for Christmas. Her best advice—unwrap the names of Jesus throughout the scriptures. What’s your favorite name or title given Jesus Christ? Don’t miss the conversation on Chris Fabry Live.
With Christmas only weeks away, are we doing anything to prepare our hearts for the real reason for the season--celebrating Christ's birth? In this episode, we're talking to Asheritah Ciuciu, author of the book, "Unwrapping the Names of Jesus: An Advent Devotional." She's sharing what Advent is, why we should be celebrating it, as well as tons of really practical, hands-on ways we can celebrate.Support the show (https://equippinggodlywomen.com/podcast)
​Many in today’s world feel like they start their day on empty and run on fumes. On the next Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman, learn how to kickstart your soul every day. Author Asheritah Ciuciu believes it all begins in the morning by feeding your body and soul. She says it will change the way you view life and the struggles you face. Bible and Breakfast—don’t miss the conversation on the next Building Relationships with Dr. Gary Chapman. 
Asheritah Ciuciu offers women insight on how they can achieve and maintain a healthy relationship with food in a discussion based on her book Full: Food, Jesus, and the Battle for Satisfaction. She covers topics like the lies women believe about food, choosing truth over those lies, and finding ultimate fulfillment in God. Podcast users, find today's related broadcast resources here: https://www.focusonthefamily.com/media/daily-broadcast/craving-god-not-food Your feedback would be really helpful to us. Please visit http://www.focusonthefamily.com/podcastsurvey to take a brief survey (less than 5 minutes). Thank you!
During this hour with Marnie and guest, Asheritah Ciuciu, you'll discover: The 4 types of resolutionsHow to tell if your resolutions are biblicalThe secret of getting over past failuresThe 6 critical questions to ask yourself about your resolutionsThe 5 step formula for creating God-honoring resolutionsHow to align your resolutions with the will of God for your lifeStrategies to help you overcome initial setbacks in your resolutionsThe 2 simple questions to identify your life purposes and goalsSecrets to help you make SMART resolutions you'll actually keepThe #1 best way to keep your resolutions Asheritah Ciuciu is a writer and speaker. She grew up in Romania as a missionary kid and studied English and Women's Ministry at Cedarville University in Ohio. Her passion is helping women find joy in Jesus through a deeper walk with God, and she shares vulnerably from her own life experiences on www.OneThingAlone.com. She is married to Flaviu, a web programmer and artist, and together they raise their spunky children in northeast Ohio. 
Today on Karl and Crew Mornings, the team talks about finding victory in those sins that continue to haunt us. In Romans 7, Paul talks a lot about doing the things that he hates and not doing the things he wants to. This is a picture of trying to find victory by ourselves. Karl mentions that the section betweeen verses 7-20 contain the words "I" and "me" thirty times. When we encounter a sin that we just can't seem to beat, we must never try to handle it ourselves. It is only in full surrender to Jesus that we can find victory over sin. Asheritah Ciuciu, author of "FULL: Food, Jesus, and The Battle For Satisfaction,"  joins the conversation as well, while sharing her struggle with food addiction and her relationship with the Lord. To listen to the best parts of our show, click on the button below. 

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